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Looking Back at 2013: Men’s Rankings

moscow_mens_podiumThe end of the year means its rankings time. Athletics Weekly released their rankings last week and Track and Field News will be doing so shortly. While I may not have a team of experts behind my rankings, I do have an insider’s view. We don’t have the Diamond League in our event, and even all of our Hammer Challenge meets are not created equal since a few good marks are more important than lots of wins. Separating the best from the rest is not always an easy task. Using subjective analysis of lots of numbers, here is the third edition of my annual men’s hammer throw rankings.


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  1. […] With records, upsets, and lots of youth talent emerging, 2013 was a year for the history books. My men’s and women’s rankings took a look at the top performers, but there were many more moments to […]

  2. […] had it easy with my men’s rankings this year. Other than an upset finish at the World Championships, the rest of the season generally progressed […]

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