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Majewski takes home shot put gold

Tomasz Majewski beat some of the burliest athletes in track and field to become the first man since 1956 to retain an Olympic shot put title, so he was hardly going to let a pack of slender distance runners curb his celebration. The 30-year-old Pole extended his winning margin to a meager three centimeters with the last shot in the final on Friday night, then raced across the track...
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August 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Majewski wins shot put gold, defends Olympic title

Tomasz Majewski of Poland successfully defended his Olympic shot put title, winning the first gold medal of the track and field program at the London Games with a throw of 21.89 meters on Friday. The 30-year-old Majewski, who upset the odds to take gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, took the lead by 1 centimeter from world champion David Storl with his third attempt. He improved...
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