GWU Assistant Coach Andy Fryman Reaches 6th Place in Men’s Hammer Throw at 2012 Olympic Trials on Thursday - GWUSports.com—Official Web Site of Gardner-Webb Athletics
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Fryman threw 72.63 m in the Men's Hammer Throw Thursday at 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, good for 6th place among the nation's elite in the event.
Courtesy: Gardner-Webb
GWU Assistant Coach Andy Fryman Reaches 6th Place in Men’s Hammer Throw at 2012 Olympic Trials on Thursday
Courtesy: Gardner-Webb
          Release: June 21, 2012
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Beaverton, Ore. - Assistant track & field coach Andy Fryman rose up the standings at Thursday's Olympic Trials, reaching 6th place in the Men's Hammer Throw competition with a throw of 72.63 m.

The former University of Kentucky standout finished just .92 meters out of 4th place, as well as a mere 2.34 m behind 1st place finisher Kibwe Johnson. His throw of 72.63 m bettered his performance at 2011 USA National Outdoor Track & Field Championships where he threw an 8th best distance of 70.90 m.

The hard-working assistant coach of the Runnin' Bulldogs' track & field squad competed among the nation's best at the Nike World Headquarters, participating among upwards of 1,000 of the country's elite at 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials.




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