Looking Back at 2014: Men’s Rankings

Last week we started off the year-end review with a look at the top 10 women of 2014. We’ll continue with the men today which was even closer and more exciting than last year. The greatest rivalry in track and field right now in track and field is the men’s hammer throw. Krisztian Pars and Pawel Fajdek face off nearly every week during the season and it is a toss up who will win. It was literally a toss up as the average margin of victory was less than 10 centimeters (four inches).


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  1. […] moved up to third in our 2014 world rankings, but without a major championship in 2014 it was hard for him to really prove himself. This year he […]

  2. […] had the season of his career last year, finishing the year ranked third in our world hammer rankings. While his marks have dropped a little this year, he continues to be consistent as has been the […]

  3. […] – Pars vs. Fajdek. As I wrote in my world rankings, this is the best rivalry in track and field. The two are clearly ahead of everyone else in the […]

  4. […] but no one got the memo. A world record, area records, and more highlighted the 2014 season. My men’s and women’s rankings took a look at the top performers, but there were many more moments to […]

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