Looking to see Ryan Crouser compete two more times indoors….
Where can @RCrouserThrows take the shot put world indoor record? Two more chances this season at least! @americantrack, @LewisJohnsonMG, @sandicheekspv, @trackdiddy, @DoyleManagement, #2021worldindoortour, @RunBlogRun, @LarryEder, @JeffBenjaminrun https://t.co/LAmNrsK56b
— RunBlogRun (@RunBlogRun) January 26, 2021
Crouser two more meets
FAYETTEVILLE (USA): Fresh World indoor record holder Ryan Crouser who currently lives in Faytteville explains that he plans to do two more meets in the series on January 31 and February 14. “When we set the schedule, U.S. Champs in Albuquerque was still on the table,” he explained. “We’ll have shot put at the first and the second [January 31]. So today, next Sunday, and then the third one is off and I’ll be back on for the fourth meet here [February 14]. That one was meant to be a tune up for U.S. Champs, but I’m still gonna stick with that schedule. So yeah, happy to have three meets here through the American Track League, and it’s been a really successful event, I think. I mean, it’s been run safe. We’ve had PCR tests, all of us yesterday, and really extensive wearing of masks. So I’m really happy with how the meet has gone, the energy we are still able to have with no crowd, and I’m excited to continue to have the opportunity to compete here in two meets,” he said for trackandfieldnews.com.
Revelation #1, ATL, @RCrouserThrows shows his shape, with amazing two throws past the iconic 22.66m by #RandyBarnes on Jan. 20, 1989), 22.82m and 22.70m!@americantrack, @trackdiddy, @LarryEder, @running_network, @DMSportsMgt,
,@WorldAthletics, @theshoeaddicts, @usatf pic.twitter.com/Elwwvo2pDb
— RunBlogRun (@RunBlogRun) January 24, 2021
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