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Who wins Men's Javelin throw at the European Athletics Championships 2018?

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Röhler and Vetter - Two German Rivals Gunning For Glory

The European Athletics Championship will bring some sports excitement as this major event will celebrate the highest honour in European sport and celebrating the defining moments that create Champions. One notable contest that will be an integral part of the European Athletics is the Javelin throw competition. One notable athlete that will take part of this unique event is the current Champion Johannes Vetter.

The German athlete is getting ready for the European Athletics in Berlin as he is aiming to improve his 94.44m from last summer. The European Athlete of the year is already qualified for the competition in Berlin and having the opportunity to perform in front of his own fans, friends and family will give him an additional motivation. Combined with that is his high level of calmness. A notable example for that was his performance at the European Throwing Cup in Leiria, Portugal where he had a notable throw of 92.70m. Moreover, the Dresden born Javelin thrower had some other notable results in the past. In July 2015, Vetter took part in the European U23 Championships as he finished on the 4th spot, throwing the javelin 79.78 m. In August 2015, he took part of the IAAF World Championships. He finished seventh with a throw of 83.79 m. However, Vetter is seen as one of the hot picks for the Javelin contest at the European Athletics Championship in Berlin, 2018.

Another notable athlete that will take part of the Javelin throw contest is Thomas Röhler. The German athlete had some notable results too. A year ago, Thomas Röhler was able to throw 91.78 at the Doha Competition and made history. However, this year he came short of that record as he reached 93.90m at the same competition in Doha. One notable result was at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, where he won the gold medal with a throw of 90.30 meters. However, his biggest regret was the fact that he narrowly missed the Olympic record of 90.57 meters which was set by Andreas Thorkildsen of Norway during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. At the 2017 IAAF World Championships, he finished fourth with a throw of 88.26 meters, six centimetres behind the third place. Heading in the European Athletics Competition, Röhler is on the right track and it seems that he is in a good shape which will be the catalyst for success.

All in all, the javelin contest at the European Championships in Berlin is one of the hottest picks in town. The anticipation of the home fans will be even greater as Röhler and Vetter will surely aim for the top at this contest.