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- Nationality: United States of America
29/07/2021 · Ryan Crouser is the second generation of professional throwers in the family. He is a shot putter and a discus thrower who holds several records in both events. In addition, Ryan is the shot-put world record holder in both outdoor and indoor. The track and field athlete threw 23.37m (76 feet 8+1⁄4 inches) at the US Olympics trials on June 18, 2021. He had thrown 22.82 m (74 feet 10+1⁄2 ...
05/08/2021 · American shot-putter Ryan Crouser makes throwing a 16-lb ball look far too easy. Crouser won a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, setting a new Olympic record three times in the final, his longest throw coming in at 23.3 meters. He also owns the world record in shot put. In June of 2021, after setting the world record at the US Olympic trials with a throw of 23.37 meters, Crouser put into ...
24/08/2016 · Ryan Crouser's throw of 22.52m broke the Olympic record and earned him the men's Shot Put gold medal at Rio 2016.Subscribe to the Olympics & hit the bell! 🔔...
05/08/2021 · Ryan Crouser’s family watch on in Redmond, Oregon. Photograph: Nathan Howard/AP. Kovacs paid tribute to his wife and coach, Ashley, for his impressive performance. “The heat was a battle, I ...
05/08/2021 · Ryan Crouser wrote the note and brought it to the stadium just in case. Crouser's second straight Olympic gold medal was a tribute to his grandfather, Larry, who died shortly before Crouser left for Tokyo. “To lose him the week before the Olympics was obviously sad," Crouser said.
Ryan Crouser is an American shot putter and discus thrower. Pending ratification, he is the world record holder in the shot put, both indoor and outdoor. On June 18,... Wikipedia
- Sport: Track and field
- Event(s): Shot put, Discus throw
- College team: Texas Longhorns
- Club: Nike
- Personal best(s): SP: 23.37 m WR (2021), DT: 63.90 m (2014), JT: 61.16 m (2008)
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Follow CROUSER Ryan at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (Jul 23-Aug 8, 2021). VERSION: 22.214.171.1243 (06/08/2021) Skip to language selection Skip to main content