Canada's Camryn Rogers unleashed a hammer throw yesterday that soared straight into the history books. (Photo - Athletics Canada/Twitter)
Canada's Camryn Rogers unleashed a hammer throw yesterday that soared straight into the history books.
The 23 year old from Richmond, BC, threw 75.52 metres to win silver at the world track and field championships in Eugene, Oregon.
It was not only Canada's first world medal in women's hammer, but the country's first women's podium finish in a field event.
American Brooke Andersen won the gold and Janee Kassanavoid of the U.S. claimed bronze.
Jillian Weir of Kingston, Ont., was fifth with a throw of 72.41.
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