|Representing South Africa|
|2007 Algiers||Javelin throw|
|2011 Maputo||Javelin throw|
|2006 Bambous||Javelin throw|
|2010 Nairobi||Javelin throw|
|2012 Porto Novo||Javelin throw|
|2010 New Delhi||Javelin throw|
|2005 Izmir||Javelin throw|
|2011 Shenzhen||Javelin throw|
|2006 Athens||Javelin throw|
|World Junior Championships|
|World Youth Championships|
|2001 Debrecen||Javelin throw|
Justine Gail Robbeson (born 15 May 1985 in Benoni) is a South African athlete who specialised in the javelin throw. She previously competed in the heptathlon, achieving a personal best of 5868 in 2004. Justine attended Springs Girls' High School. She has completed her BSc degree in Nutrition and Human Movement Sciences, BSc Honours degree in Nutrition, and MSc degree in Sports Nutrition at North-West University, Potchefstroom, where she was a member of the athletics club coached by Terseus Liebenberg.
Her personal best javelin throw is 63.49 metres, achieved in February 2008 in Potchefstroom. It was an African record until July 2009, when her compatriot Sunette Viljoen threw 65.46 at the qualifying round of 2009 Summer Universiade in Beograd.
- "IAAF: News | iaaf.org". iaaf.org. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
- "IAAF: 60 Metres - men - senior - indoor - 2018 | iaaf.org". iaaf.org. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
- IAAF, 8 July 2009: 65.46m African record in the Javelin Throw for Viljoen in Belgrade – World University Games Day 1
- Justine Robbeson at IAAF
- 2008 Olympic Profile for Justine Robbeson at the Wayback Machine (archived 12 September 2008)
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