2017 JAVELIN THROW WORLD TOP LISTS

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Rank Result Name Nat. BIrth Place Date
1. 93.90 NR
Thomas Röhler
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30 Sep 91
Doha
5 May
2. 89.68
Johannes Vetter
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26 Mar 93
Doha
5 May
3. 88.79
Andreas Hofmann
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16 Dec 91
Offenburg
13 May
4. 88.01 NUR
Ioánnis Kiriazís
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19 Jan 96
Austin TX
31 Mar
5. 87.91
Jakub Vadlejch
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10 Oct 90
Doha
5 May
6. 86.92 NR
Cheng Chao-Tsun
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17 Oct 93
Jiaxing
27 Apr
7. 86.71
Lars Hamann
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4 Apr 89
Offenburg
13 May
8. 85.85
Julian Weber
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26 Mar 93
Las Palmas
11 Mar
9. 84.57
Devender Singh
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18 Dec 88
Patiala
7 May
10. 84.36
Hamish Peacock
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15 Oct 90
Sydney
2 Apr
11. 84.26
Tero Pitkämäki
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19 Dec 82
Doha
5 May
12. 84.09
Rocco van Rooyen
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23 Dec 92
Parow
18 Mar
13. 83.45
Ahmed Bader Magour
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3 Mar 96
Sydney
2 Apr
14. 83.32
Neeraj Chopra
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24 Dec 97
Jiaxing
27 Apr
15. 82.90
Keshorn Walcott
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2 Apr 93
Dunedin
26 Feb
16. 82.84
Magnus Kirt
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10 Apr 90
Tallinn
19 May
17. 82.57
Huang Shih-Feng
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2 Mar 92
Kawasaki
21 May
18. 82.46
Jaroslav Jílek
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2 Apr 93
Kawasaki
21 May
19. 82.34 NR NUR
Adrian Mardari
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20 Jun 95
Las Palmas
12 Mar
20. 82.19
Waruna Lakshan Dayarathne
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14 May 88
Diyagama
9 Apr

Note: Colored bold letters indicate the latest results



WOMEN

Rank Result Name Nat. BIrth Place Date
 





1. 67.21 NR NUR
Eda Tuğsuz
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1 Mar 97
Baku
18 May
2. 66.47 AR
Liu Shiying
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21 Jun 91
Kawasaki
21 May
3. 65.88
Tatsiana Khaladovich
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21 Jun 91
Stayki
16 Feb
4. 65.23
Sara Kolak
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22 Jun 95
Split
25 Feb
5. 64.80
Kara Winger
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10 Apr 86
Austin TX
14 Apr
6. 64.52
Martina Ratej
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2 Nov 81
Celje
21 May
7. 64.10
Li Lingwei
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26 Jan 89
Taiyuan
9 May
8. 63.49A
Sunette Viljoen
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6 Jan 83
Potchefstroom
21 Apr
9. 63.23
Kathryn Mitchell
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10 Jul 82
Kawasaki
21 May
10. 62.30
Liz Gleadle
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5 Dec 88
Vancouver
26 Apr
11. 62.26
Katharina Molitor
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8 Nov 83
Offenburg
13 May
12. 61.91
Christin Hussong
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17 Apr 94
Halle
20 May
13. 61.60
Anete Kociņa
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5 Feb 96
Riga
19 May
14. 61.45
Lu Huihui
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26 Jun 89
Chengdu
27 Mar
15. 61.40
Kelsey-Lee Roberts
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21 Sep 91
Sydney
1 Apr
16. 61.32
Liina Laasma
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13 Jan 92
Tallinn
19 May
17. 61.07
Nikola Ogrodníková
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18 Aug 90
Tomblaine
7 May

Note: Colored bold letters indicate the latest results

Last updated: 24 May 2017