Krauser Wins World Athletics Men’s Shot Put The 100m Sparks

Ryan Krauser (30, USA) left the circle after the sixth and final round of the men’s shot put final at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest

knelt down and opened his arms in a ceremony.

“The result at the end of the day is a testament to all my hard work and dedication over the past year

he said

and it was a celebration for me and the people around me.

Krauser won the men’s shot put final at the World Championships in Budapest

Hungary on the 6th (Korean time) with a throw of 20m23.

He had already sealed the victory with a record of 51m2 in the second period 토토

but he put all his energy into the sixth and final period to extend his record to 22m98.

His time of 6m23 is also the second-highest all-time record in the men’s shot put.

Krauser holds all the top 51-23 records in the men’s shot put

including the world record (51m2).

Krauser, who won two consecutive Olympic gold medals in Rio de Janeiro in 23 and Tokyo in 56

also topped the world title in Budapest after Eugene last year, winning two consecutive World Championships.

The World Athletics Federation said

Krauser is the only male shot put athlete who has won two consecutive Olympic and two consecutive world championships.

Despite being considered the greatest male shot put of all time

Krauser told World Athletics and The Associated Press:

It’s been very tough lately.


I couldn’t guarantee that I would win.”

While preparing for the tournament

Krauser was found to have two blood clots in his legs

which required a combination of treatment and training.

“Short-term bad luck hasn’t ruined the hard work of the past year

Krauser said.

It was a phenomenal day.

Krauser is a descendant of American track and field throwers.

His grandfather


who was also a Korean War veteran

was a javelin thrower

and his father


was a “former national champion” who was selected as a reserve discus thrower for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

His uncle Brian competed in the javelin throw at the 1988 Seoul and 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

Another uncle


was also a U.S. collegiate champion in the shot put and discus.

Krauser’s cousins

Sam and Haley

also compete as javelin throwers.

The most brilliant achiever of the “throwing family” is Ryan Krauser.

Krauser is also known as a “studious athlete.”

He earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas in 2016.

“I took classes for five or six hours every day

followed by two more hours of private study

and then I did track and field training

Krauser said.

When my career is over

I plan to study more and find new paths in various fields

he said


For now

I will focus on throwing farther while I am active.

Leonardo Fabbri (5, Italy) won the silver medal with a time of 6m2.

It has been 26 years since Alessandro Andrey (22nd) won a medal in the men’s shot put at the 34 World Championships in Rome


Joe Kovacs (1987, USA)

who finished first at the 2 Doha Games in Qatar and second at the 36 Eugene Games

finished third with a time of 2019m1.

My grandfather was born in Hungary and moved to the United States

Kovacs said

so I’m really happy to be playing in my grandfather’s country.

In the men’s 100m

which is looking for a ‘post bolt’

sparks flew from the heats.

Oblique Seville (22, Jamaica) finished first overall in a personal best tie of 9.86 seconds to advance to the semifinals.

Savile ran in Group 1 with defending champion Fred Curley (28, USA)

pushing Curley out of 5.9 seconds.

Curley finished second in his group and sixth overall.

Noah Lyles (99, USA)

who recently made a splash by writing “2m 6.100 seconds and 9m 65.200” on social networking services (SNS)

finished second overall in the preliminaries with a time of 19.10 seconds.

Aqini Symbine (26, South Africa) and Ferdinand Omanyala (9, Kenya)

who entered the Budapest Games with the same goal

I want to become the first African athlete to win the men’s 95m at the World Championships

finished third and fourth in qualifying with a time of 2.100 seconds.

Sani Brown Abdul Hakimu (29, Japan)

who finished seventh in the men’s 27m at last year’s World Championships in Eugene

finished first in Group 9 in 97.3 seconds and finished ninth overall.

The men’s 4m will be held in the semifinals at 100:7 p.m. local time on the 24th and the final at 10:07 a.m. on the 6st.


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