Liu SHIYING

Liu SHIYING - China - Javelin silver medal at 2019 World Championships.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 01 October 2019

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Friday, 24 September 1993
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Yantai, Shandong, China.
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  • China
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Liu SHIYING - China - Javelin silver medal at 2019 World Championships.

The expression says it all. Lui Shiying, the Asian record holder, had thrown

65.88m to take the lead with her fifth throw. Then moments later Kelsey-Lee

Barber lands the javelin at 66.56m with her final throw.


Lui Shiying has one more throw to regain the lead and win the gold.

She could "only' manage a throw of 65.75m !  She walks back dejected.

 

2019 World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar.

Final women's javelin throw.

 

 1.  Kelsey-Lee Barber 
 Australia    66.56 
   
 2.  Liu Shiying  China   65.88    
 3.  Lü Huihui  China   65.49    
 4.  Christin Hussong  Germany   65.21    
 5.  Kara Winger  United States   63.23    
 6.  Tatsiana Khaladovich   
 Belarus   62.54    
 7.  Sara Kolak  Croatia   62.28    
 8.  Annu Rani  India   61.12    

 

9th.  Barbora Špotáková Czech Republic. Three times champion.

59.87m (three throws)

 

2020 Olympic Games. Tokyo. (2021)

Final women's javelin throw.

 

 1. 
Liu Shiying   China   66.34  SB  
 2. Maria Andrejczyk    Poland 64.61    
 3. Kelsey-Lee Barber     Australia     64.56    SB  
 4. Eda Tuğsuz Turkey 64.00  SB  
 5. Lü Huihui China 63.41    
 6. Kathryn Mitchell Australia 61.82    
 7. Liveta Jasiūnaitė Lithuania 60.06    
 8. Mackenzie Little Australia 59.9    
 

 

2022 World Athletics Championship. Oregon, U.S.A.

Final women's javelin.


 1. 
Kelsey-Lee Barber   Australia (AUS)   66.91  WL

67.70 PB in 2019

 2.
Kara Winger United States (USA) 64.05

66.67 NR in 2010

 3.
Haruka Kitaguch Japan (JPN) 63.27
(64.32 Q) SB   
66.00 PB in 2019

 4.
Liu Shiying China China (CHN)
63.25
(63.86 Q) SB 67.29 PB in 2020

 5.
Mackenzie Little Australia (AUS) 63.22
 PB



 6.
Līna Mūze Latvia (LAT) 61.26




 7.
Annu Rani India (IND) 61.12



 8.
Nikola Ogrodníková Czech Republic (CZE)  60.18



10.
Liveta Jasiūnaitė  Lithuania (LTU) 58.97

(63.80 Q) SB