Daniel Stahl took the silver medal in the London WC in 2017. In Berlin, in 2018, Daniel Stahl, took the silver once again. In Doha, in 2019, Danile Stahl took the gold with a 67.59m throw. Stahl’s PB is 71.89m.
Daniel Stahl’s 71.37m throw today was a huge throw! Lets see what he can do at the Nurmi Meeting, being held on Tuesday, 10 August 2020, in Turku, Finland.
Stahl 71.37, Fabbri 21.57, Berglund 4:59.71
SOLLENTUNA (SWE, Aug 10): Folksam Grand Prix meet (also part of WACT Bronze) was highlighted in nice weather by superb World lead 71.37 in discus by Daniel Stahl. It his second best ever and 14th best ever result. His other valid throw was 68.38. The top throw was also first announced as a foul, but after a protest from Stahl it was reinstated. Second Simon Pettersson 66.51. Italian Leonardo Fabbri improved his outdoor PB to excellent 21.57 for second in current European lists. Another national record for Kalle Berglund in the 2000 m 4:59.71, improving the mark of Anders Garderud (5:02.09 back in 1975). Behind Andreas Almgren 5:00.23 PB and Briton Neil Gourley 5:00.73 PB. Andreas Kramer in the 800 m missed his own national record only by 0.02 with excellent 1:45.05 EL. Three Brits behind him went under 1:46. Elliot Giles 1:45.46, Daniel Rowden and Jake Wightman in a tie 1:45.55. Good Swedish jumps by Thobias Montler 805 (+2.5, legal 803), Erika Kinsey 192 and Fabian Delry 221 in high jump, Angelica Bengtsson 464 in pole vault over Michaela Meijer 444 and Khaddi Sagnia 644 (+1.5) in long jump. Fanny Roos won shot 18.37 and Linn Soderholm the 1500 m in 4:13.04 PB. Fast 2:00.56 PB for SpainÂ´s Esther Guerrero ahead of Briton Adelle Tracey 2:01.98. Darryl Neita won the 100 m in 11.65 against -1.5 wind.