Alin Firfirică breaks his own record with ATE Slo-Spin discus

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Alin Firfirică breaks his own record with ATE Slo-Spin discus

The Romanian discus thrower, who won a gold medal at the 2015 European U23 Championships and silver at the 2017 European U23 Championships and 2017 Summer Universiade, had a personal record of 66m22.

This weekend he improved himself with over a meter and set his new personal record at 67m32 while using the ATE distance rated Slo-Spin discus with black RIM for extra grip.

With the World Championships in Doha and the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 coming up,
Alin has shown with this distance that he is a medal candidate.

Watch his throw

Tags: Alin Firfirică, ATE, Slo-spin, discus, record, Tokyo2020

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