Entries by Riku Valleala

Sign up for Javelin Carnival 2021 is open!

We have good news – The sign up for upcoming summer’s Javelin Carnival 30 June – 4 July 2021 has been opened. You may hurry up as the price goes up after 1 June. We all are worried about corona virus situation during the summer. But, we will do our best to organize Javelin carnival […]

The 50th Javelin Carnival will be moved into summer 2021

The 50th Javelin Carnival will be cancelled from this year and postponed into summer 2021. The reason is corona virus and it’s consequences to mass events and people’s health. Dates in 2021 will be announced later. Children’s and their families health is priority number one for us, and that was the biggest reason for Javelin […]

48th Javelin Carnival starts on Wednesday

Top throwers and youngsters again heading to Pihtipudas Pihtipudas will be once again full of javelin throwers this week. The main competition takes place on Sunday 1st July and javelin school is carried out on the previous days from Wednesday to Sunday. Javelin school has been rolling on now over 40 years gathering around 200 […]

Youth Camp Competition and Para Thrower’s results 1 July 2017

Pihtipudas 1.7.2017 Boys 9 Javelin 1) Erkka-Voitto Heinonen JyväskKU 19,53 16,95  18,41  19,53 2) Valtteri Montonen PihtipTui 16,02 14,26  x      16,02 3) Miska Hokajärvi ViitVie 5,76 5,73   5,76   4,44 Kimi Kaustinen KaustPV DNS Girls 9 Javelin 1) Milla Aarnio NaantLöy 21,05 21,05  x      16,62 2) Sanni Siekkinen PihtipTui 14,89 14,89  14,20  14,80 3) Hertta Tikka […]

Atte Sailola mastered the 100 m javelin competition

The first ever combined throws competition was a success in Pihtipudas. The idea was a combined result of both hands throwing results. The winner was Atte Sailola with result of 110.52 meters. That is barely better than Julius Saaristo in 1912 with his Olympic gold medal result 109.42 m. Sija Sarja Nimi Oikea käsi Vasen […]