- Discus Throw Tutorial
- Discus Throw - Home
- Discus Throw - Overview
- Discus Throw - Playing Environment
- Discus Throw - Equipment
- Discus Throw - Important Terms
- How to Play Discus Throw?
- Discus Throw - Techniques
- Performance Techniques
- Discus Throw - The Rules
- Discus Throw - Champions
- Discus Throw Useful Resources
- Discus Throw - Quick Guide
- Discus Throw - Useful Resources
- Discus Throw - Discussion
Discus Throw - Equipment
Discus throw game is not equipment-heavy. You just need a couple of things to play the game. The discus throw equipment are available for amateur as well as for professionals. The main equipment in the game is the discus that comes in various materials and weights. The equipment in the playing environment such as the cage is also equally important for safe playing.
It is the primary object in the Discus Throw game. The discus can be made of various materials such as rubber, wood, and metals. It weighs in the range of 1 Kg to 2.5Kg. The beginners prefer discus with less weight for practicing the throw.
The discus is often paired with a case that protects the discus from damage and makes it easy for the player to carry.
Discus Dimensions and Weights
These are typical dimensions and weights of the discus used by men and women −
Types of Discus
There are various discus available in the market for the use by different genders and age groups. Here are the typical types of discus −
|Club||Made of solid wood, meant for all throwers.|
|Training||Adjustable weights, meant for beginners to start learning the throws.|
|Top Fly||Made of polycarbonate fibers, meant for professionals.|
|Swift||IAAF certified discus designed for workout session. Comes with galvanized steel rim of 80% of the total weight and side plates made from Polycarbonate material.|
|Ultimate||Meant for seasoned and professional throwers.|
|Target||IAAF certified discus designed for all throwers. Comes with galvanized steel rim of 70% of the total weight.|
|Rubber||Made of highly durable solid rubber that gives good grip. Meant for training sessions.|
There are a few more equipment required to conduct Discus Throw game −
Measuring tape − It is used for measuring length of the throw of the discus.
Marking Flags − They are used to mark several throws made by a single player.
Recording Sheets − They are required by the trainers or officials to record the scores and other details of the players.
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