You don't play with it because it is dangerous.
The world record for throwing a ball between two people is 193,108,628...
You have a long way to go!
Whitbread set the women's world record with a throw of 77.44 meters (254 feet, 3/4 inch) at the 1986 European Championships in Stuttgart.
One other British athlete has held the world record in javelin. That was Steve Backley who held the men's world record on three separate occasions, the first being in 1990.
The men's world record in the javelin throw is held by Jan Zelezny of the Czech Republic who threw the javelin 98.48 meters in 1996. The women's world record in the javelin throw is held by Barbora Špotáková of Czech Republic who threw the javelin 72.28 meters in 2008.
The men's world record in the javelin throw is held by Jan Zelezny of the Czech Republic who threw the javelin 98.48 meters in 1996. The women's world record in the javelin throw is held by Barbora Špotáková of Czech Republic who threw the javelin 72.28 meters in 2008. *All the record mentioned above are all done with the current model of the javelin. The new model was invented in 1991.
what do you mean by world record
I mean like in the guiness world record book and stuff, how many yoyo up downs is the world record??????????? PLEASE ANSWER THIS QUESTION ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The penultimate stride is the last step of your cross steps. It's more powerful and pronounced to allow you to land both feet in quicker succession as you throw. If you're right handed, your penultimate stride would be performed with your left foot. Thus, you would be pushing off of your left foot to land on right foot (your drive leg) and then your left leg once again (your block leg).
A track and field javelin is about 2.5 metres long.
metal and wood
It is called 'yabusame,' written in Japanese as: 流鏑馬
Detailed rules differ by state, but here are some general rules. The thrower is forbidden from stepping out of the circle until the official gives him clearance. Some areas allow the thrower to step ON the line as long as he is not OVER the line, but in many areas stepping on the line disqualifies the thrower. The discus must land within the two lines that form the throwing sector. If it lands outside of the line, it is called a scratch-aka it doesn't count. This is another area where the rules change depending on where you are- in some places the throw will count if the disc lands on the line; in other places that throw would be a scratch.
800 and 600 grams respectively
To put it simply, the athlete who throws the javelin the farthest throw wins. If there is a tie, the person whose next best throw went the farthest wins. If still tied after this, then compare the third-best distance of the tied athletes and the athlete with the greatest third-best distance is awarded the higher place.
usually around 800 grams
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Yes, it is a throwing event and therefore a field event.
1908. Olympic games in London
men throw a javelin between 2.6 and 2.7 metres in length.
you should ask a coach for an example
There are six keys movements of the discus throw: wind up, move in rhythm, balance, right leg engine, orbit, and delivery. The wind up is important aspects of the throw, because its set the tone for the entire throw. The wind up is both mental and technical. It is mental because the wind up sets you up for the rest of the throw. The following are the technical aspects: flat right foot, on the ball of your left foot, keep your weight evenly distributed between your feet, and do not over do it (being overly active can result in the waste of energy). Although the wind up sets the tone for the entire throw, the rhythm of the throw is the most important aspect. It is necessary to move in rhythm through out the entire throw. The best throwers contain the same amount of time in each phase while completing a great throw. Focusing on rhythm can bring about the consistency to get in the right positions that many throwers lack. To execute a sound discus throw with solid technique,it requires perfect balance. Due to the throw being a linear movement, combined with a one and a half rotation, and an implement at the end of one arm, a good discus thrower needs to maintain balance within the circle.
v The javelin must be held at the grip and thrown over the shoulder or upper part of the throwing arm.
v It must not be slung or hurled.
v You must not cross the throwing line even after your throw.
v The javelin must land within the sector lines.
During the throw, you must not turn completely round so that your back is towards the throwing line.
The umpire must be fair
by the way i only made these rules up so i wouldn't copy this
my daughter does javlin and she is 13. Her highest is 18m. in her class through the scoring ranks are
bronze - 8m
Silver - 12m
Gold - 16m