Good luck to all athletes competing today in Halle, Manchester + across the counties. I'd like to say I'm not jealous. However,I'd be lying.
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Great Britain's Goldie Sayers breaks her own national record to beat a top-class javelin field at the London Grand Prix. Her first round throw of 66.17 metres was enough to beat reigning Olympic champion Barbora Spotakova and world number one Sunette Viljoen, who finished second and fourth respectively. If you like this video please subscribe to my channel to see more videos like this. Also when you click 'Like' please share on Twitter and Facebook. Thanks
Goldie Sayers visits Thandi Wines in Elgin, about 80Km East of Cape Town, South Africa. Thandi is a Fairtrade producer. Present were Fairtrade's Faith Mall, a journalist from the PA, Helen William, Vernon Henn - Thandi General Manager, Charles Wenn - Thandi Assistant Manager, and Jan Skippers - Thandi Assistant Manager.
Watch Goldie practising for her next big competition, training hard to achieve a perfect throw, and realise her dreams of competing at a high level.
SPAR European Team Championships, Stockholm, June 18-19th, 2011 Women Javelin Throw - Final results: 1. Christina Obergföll (GER) 66.22m /world lead/ with Nemeth Classic 80m 2. Goldie Sayers (GBR) 64.46m /season best/ with Nemeth Classic 85m 3. Barbora Spotáková (CZE) 64.40m with Nemeth Classic 85m For more information please visit:www.nemethjavelins.hu or join us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NemethJavelins
Goldie has featured as the British number one javelin thrower for the past six years and has consistently been ranked within the world's top ten. She is consistent, always eager and cool under pressure. Despite a British record in the finals of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Goldie narrowly missed out on a medal after achieving a fourth placed finish. Next year she wants to put that right and here she tells us that desire and hard work are the foundation for success at the highest level.
Take a look behind the scenes as these four extraordinary British athletes, Beth Tweddle, Goldie Sayers, Ed Clancy and Jazmin Carlin, start their journey to realise their dreams on a world stage. First stop - Honda Head Office to collect their new personalised cars. Part of the Power of Dreams Team, we'll be following them throughout their extraordinary journey. - Find out more about the Power of Dreams Team here: bit.ly/jCYXXR
Goldie Sayers who set a UK javelin record of 65.05 meters a fortnight earlier, scored the biggest victory of her international career. Sayers, with a second-round throw of 63.59 meters, beat German European champion Steffi Nerius and the two women who accompanied her on the medal podium last year in Gothenburg, Czech Barbora Spotakova and Mercedes Chilla of Spain. (WCSN, WCSN.com)