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I've known a couple of javelin throwers, and usually, the D1 throwers throw around 150 ft (45 meters) by the end of their freshman season and progress roughly 5 meters each season. I've been throwing javelin for a while (6 years) and am also a freshamn in hs, and I can throw maybe 40 meters right now but am aiming to hit 50 meters (170 ft) by the end of the season
If one person can throw on an average 10 mts ...perhaps u might need ten persons effort in throwing that distance.
As a javelin throw myself I would have to say that an average is 500 feet for a 17 year old girl.
It depends, if you are still in middle school and throwing the 600 gram, the top prospects throw roughly 50 meters, but if you're in high school and throwing the 800 gram at 14, then probably around 45 meters would be good. If you want to be recruited you need to throw 180 feet minimum, but 60 meters or 200 feet if you want to make it big. I was one of the top u14 throwers in the country by throwing 50 meters, but a good thrower would throw 35-40 at 14 years old. Usually, there are 1 or 2 kids in high school that throw 70 meters, but 60 meters will get you basically anywhere.
If you're about 18 years, i would say 12 meters, if you've not had any javelin training. Given some technique and fitness training, you'll reach 15 meters pretty quick. __________ You have your numbers horribly messed up. Freshman to Sophomore ranges from 70(untrained)-150 (medium to well trained) feet on average (21 meters-45 meters). As a senior, you can expect throws to be 160+ feet on average, some top of the line seniors get up into the 200's and the farthest IRL throw i have seen is 225 feet (68 meters).
In the ancient Roman legions, one of the main weapons of their soldiers was the javelin. This we could call a spear as per the question. There were several innovations made to the javelin that made it a very effective weapon. One example of this was a javelin that after it struck a target, the head of the javelin would bend making it impossible for the enemy to throw the javelin back to the Roman soldiers.
Throwing a javelin at the optimal angle. Throwing a javeline at the optimal angle is throwing a javelin at the angle which the air flows efficiently around the javeline.The center of pressure is the aerodynamic force of drag and lift on the javelin.before the 1986 change in javelins , some of the best throwers in the world would throw the javelin with as little as 30 degree angle but greater speed because they were able to hold onto the javelin for longer , producing more force . Good throwers still use this method but the most commen method is releasing the javelin at about a 40 degree angles,causing a longer flight for the javelin.
A javelin would be like a spear.
In history, seeing as a javelin was originally used as a weapon, hunters and warriors would potentially use some type of spear or javelin to fight or hunt. In a modern, sporting context, javelin athletes would use a javelin for both practice and competition.
a heptathlete would compete in 200-800m runs, 100m hurdles, shot put, javelin throw high jump, and long jump
Since javelin is a competitive event you would need at least two players but the more you had the better the competition would be. At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, there were 38 athletes in the men's javelin event and 54 athletes in the women's javelin event.
60 or 100 m hurdles, long jump ,high jump,pole vault, javelin throw, shot put, and races of 200, 800, and 1000 m.
That would a feast fit for the gods.
Assuming that air resistance can be ignored, the answer is yes.
i would like to know myself
You would call him a god
right ppl wht u gotta do is run around on the field and wait for the javelin to hit u in ur foot or head bmt u would rele loveee being a javelin umpire so go ahead and try
The Olympian nectar and ambrosia.
Football thrown in a spiral
The javelin glitch has been patched but when it was used, it caused your virtual to explode upon dying. This would cause anyone within 30 feet of you to die.
There are a lot of questions that would be considered to be the best questions to ask an Olympian. One question would be 'What type of workout do you perform?'. Another good question would be 'What do you find most exciting about competing at the Olympic level?'