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You have to be careful what you throw around here. It may hit some harder than others.

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I was gonna change it but I thought the new word would have less impact.

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" What really struck me was..."

I see what you did there.

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He must have released to either side of the cage. If you release within the cage it should go within its zone. This is truly an accident.

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The training is countless hours by yourself. The guy who threw it has to be devastated.

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Yeah I got that. What really struck me was how possible it is that an accident like that could happen. Never seen it and had to be a horrible thing to watch.

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Oh hell yes no doubt.

I was remarking about how so many people are so far removed that they think "hammer throw" is people throwing "hammers", like - the Home Depot kind of hammer....

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In college for spring sports I threw the javelin and YES it could be very dangerous if the right precautions were not taken.

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So an athlete was killed by an errant hammer throw at a track and field event when it struck him in the head. That's the reality.

But.... OMG - the comments people are making! I don't think people understand that "hammer throw" is a long, LONG-standing track and field event. They seem to think the college is having a competition where people throw hammers (as in, claw hammers).

They are writing things like

Hammer throwing" contest....what kind of idiotic college is this?

I wouldn't call it bizarre, I would call throwing hammers stupidity....

Hammer throw? I have never heard of this event before but if lawn Jarts were banned for being dangerous, I can imagine throwing a hammer would be as well. It would never even occur to me to throw a hammer. Why is this even an event?

Throwing hammers, what could go wrong...

Hammer throwing competition? What kind of BS is that? Is there nothing else to do in that town? Let's take it back to basics... baseball, basketball, football, etc. Condolences to his family.

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People are so fucking stupid!!!

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This is a long one folks. I shortened it as best I could, and de-canadianized some of the terms. The tale of Naomi Shawana.....

At about 3:25 a.m. Jan. 21, 2016, two women wearing hoodies, scarves to cover their faces, and brandishing knives entered a convenience store in Sudbury, Ontario, and rushed the lone male clerk. The pair forced him behind the counter to the safe. About $800 was taken along with some cigarettes. The clerk was assaulted and slashed by the two women, resulting in a four-inch gash to the left side of his neck.

The two women were picked up by a taxi which left the area. Police found a Pepsi bottle, syringe and two knife sheaths in the driveway.

The taxi dropped the two women off. A homeowner later found clothing worn by Shawana in her recycling box.

Then about 1 p.m. Jan. 23, Shawana entered the Extasy Shop, selected two high-priced vibrators, went to the back of the store, and put the one worth about $190 in her purse. Shawana was confronted by a clerk who asked for the items to be turned over. But Shawana refused, told the clerk she had HIV, pulled out an uncapped needle from her purse that appeared to contain blood, and lunged at him, knocking items off the counter.

Shawana fled the store with both vibrators (the second was worth about $100) and left the area in a waiting taxi — her means of getting to the store.

The clerk provided police with information about the taxi and direction of travel. Shawana was also clearly identified on store surveillance video.

At the time of the robbery, Shawana was on a probation order from January 2015 and a bail order from December, 2015. She was arrested in North Bay in March, 2016 and later got bail.

Then on Dec. 13, 2016, Shawana visited an outdoors store, selected a Canada Goose men’s 2XL Expedition coat worth about $1,000, and left the store without offering to pay. She fled in a waiting Buick Rendezvous telling the male driver to “Go! Go! Go!”

Police attempted to stop the fleeing vehicle a short time later, resulting in a foot chase involving both the driver and Shawana. The driver was quickly caught, the jacket was recovered, and Shawana’s cellphone, which featured a text message that she had three coats, was also seized.

Shawana ended up at an apartment complex, forcing open a window to get in. She then left that apartment, knocked on the door of another one, barged her way past the 80-year-old female occupant when the door was opened, and went out a window.

Shawana then lost her shoes as she attempted to get on the roof of another building and was arrested. Shawana demanded to go to hospital, where she was cleared medically by EMS staff.

While in a cell in police custody, Shawana spat at a sergeant.

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