Canada’s Camryn Rogers shattered the U.S. collegiate report in profitable her second NCAA hammer throw title on Thursday.
The 22-year-old from Richmond, B.C., threw 75.52 metres — the fourth longest throw on the planet this 12 months — to win gold.
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The junior on the College of California broke the earlier NCAA report of 73.32 together with her first throw of 74.97. She then crushed it once more with a 75.52-metre bomb on the ultimate throw of the competitors.
She will not compete on the Canadian trials later this month in Montreal. Athletics Canada has mentioned due to the 14-day quarantine guidelines for folks coming house to Canada, athletes need not compete at trials to be named to the staff.
Rogers gained the 2019 NCAA title. Final 12 months’s NCAA outside season was cancelled on account of COVID-19.