Junior Women's Hammer Throw:
Madison Throws Club's own Angela Boushea, Monona Grove '10, was looking to add a top 3 podium finish to her 6th place Shot Put throw from friday. She new it would be tough throwing against a field of Junior Women who all competed in the Hammer g their high school throwing years and into their freshman years of college. Angela has fallen in love with both the wieght and hammer throw in her Freshman year at Wisconsin, yet she admits she has a lot of reps to catch up on. Angela did a great job competing and finished 4th in the event with a throw of 161'0". Just qualifying for the event after less than a year of training is remarkable. I'm so excited to what Angela will do as she continues to work on improving in the weight indoors and hammer outdoors next year.

Junior Men's Discus:
Former MADISON THROWS CLUB thrower Justin Barber, Homestead '10, just completed a redshirt year throwing the University of Minnesota qualified for the event and finished 14th. University of Wisconsin redshirt Frosh, Alex Thompson had his best throw of the day on his final throw to finish 2nd. His throw of 183'0" moved him from 3rd to 2nd and qualified him for the U.S. Junior team that will compete in the PAN AM GAMES in July. Good Luck Alex!

Senior Women's Javelin:
Alicia Deshasier who trains in Madison year round finished 3rd in the Javelin for the second consecutive year. The wind was rough on the javelin making it hard for anyone to come close to their season bests. Alicia is still looking for a World 'B' standard to qualify for the world team and I wish her the best as she pursues the 59 meter mark.

The premire event of the NATIONAL MEET may be the men's Shot Put. With 7 men in Flight 2 good enough to make the World Team and only 3 spots it will be exciting to see who is ready to THROW FAR. Follow throw by throw updates on

More results, pics and videos soon.
Throw far,
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