shot put


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shot put

n.
1. An athletic event in which contestants attempt to put a heavy metal ball as far as possible.
2. The standard ball used in this competition.

shot′-put′ter (-po͝ot′ər) n.
shot′-put′ting n.

shot put

n
1. (Athletics (Track & Field)) an athletic event in which contestants hurl or put a heavy metal ball or shot as far as possible
2. (Athletics (Track & Field)) a single put of the shot
ˈshot-ˌputter n

shot′ put`


n.
1. a field event in which a heavy ball or shot is thrown or put for distance.
2. a single throw or put of the shot.
[1895–1900]
shot′-put`ter, n.
shot′-put`ting, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shot put - an athletic competition in which a heavy metal ball is hurled as far as possibleshot put - an athletic competition in which a heavy metal ball is hurled as far as possible
field event - a competition that takes place on a field rather than on a running track
Translations
vrh koulí
kuglestød
kuulantyöntö

shot put

n the shot putil lancio del peso
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The results were: Under 13 Girls: Isobel Bullard 7th Shot Put 3.62m, 8th 75m 14.50; Lucy Fairburn 4th Shot Put 5.33m, 1st 1200m 4-14.4; Hannah Ford 5th 70m hurdles 17.70; Lucy Hardcastle 4th High Jump 1.05m, 6th 1200m 4-58.0; Hannah Price 2nd 70m hurdles 15.70, 6th 150m 23.80; Esme Stratton-Modeste 7th 150m 24.00; Mia Wood 5th Long Jump 3.47m, 2nd 75m 10.50; Sophie Wood 3rd 800m 2-59.5, 4th Long Jump 3.55m.
A Cook Islands athlete set to compete at the Commonwealth Games has revealed her unorthodox method for learning shot put and discus - she used to lob coconuts.
Kohat won four gold in 800m, discuss throw, javelin throw, shot put and long jump, three silver medals in 100m, 200m, 400m and 4X100 m reply with bronze medal in discuss throw, javelin throw, shot put.
The athletes of the match for 2016, from which the athlete of the season will be chosen, are: Fixture One: Andrew Knight (Morpeth) under-17 shot put (14:48m); Bobbie Griffiths (Morpeth) under-17 javelin (40:19m).
Meantime, another Iranian athlete ranked first in shot put throwing in Nottwil 2017.