NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships – Men's javelin throw

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This is a list of the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Champions in the javelin throw. Measurements were conducted in imperial distances (feet and inches) until 1975. Metrication occurred in 1976, so all subsequent championships were measured in metric distances. International javelin design regulations were changed in 1986 with the center of gravity of the implement moved forward. As a result, throwing distances were in general shorter, flat landings fewer, and legal throws (tip-down) easier to attain post-1985.

Champions[edit]

Key
* = Old javelin
A = Altitude assisted
Year Name, (Country) Team Distance
1921 Flint Hanner Stanford 58.27*
1922 Howard Hoffman Michigan 61.65*
1923 Harry Frieda Chicago 58.37*
1924 not held
1925 Philip Northrup Michigan 61.54*
1926 Philip Northrup Michigan 61.21*
1927 Doral Pilling  Canada Utah 60.86*
1928 Lee Bartlett Albion 66.01*
1929 Jess Mortensen Southern Cal 62.07*
1930 Kenneth Churchill  United Kingdom California 62.23*
1931 Kenneth Churchill  United Kingdom California 65.53*
1932 George Williams Hampton 65.53*
1933 Duane Purvis Purdue 66.00*
1934 Robert Parke Oregon 67.35*
1935 Charles Gongloff Pittsburgh 67.44*
1936 Alton Terry Hardin-Simmons 68.95*
1937 Lowell Todd San Jose St 65.47*
1938 Nick Vukmanic Penn St 65.74*
1939 Bob Peoples Southern Cal 67.22*
1940 Marty Biles California 62.43*
1941 Marty Biles California 67.08*
1942 Robert Biles California 65.17*
1943 George Gast Iowa St 61.61*
1944 Bob Ray Wisconsin 53.04*
1945 Robert Patton Navy 58.24*
1946 Robert Likins San Jose St 60.62*
1947 Robert Likins San Jose St 63.73A*
1948 Franklin "Bud" Held Stanford 63.91*
1949 Franklin "Bud" Held Stanford 68.48*
1950 Franklin "Bud" Held Stanford 66.06*
1951 Charles Missfeldt Oregon 66.87*
1952 George Roseme California 69.71*
1953 Dick Genther Southern Cal 66.08*
1954 Leo Long Stanford 69.11*
1955 Les Bitner Kansas 75.01*
1956 Phil Conley Cal Tech 73.13*
1957 John Fromm Pacific Lutheran 75.62*
1958 John Fromm Pacific Lutheran 78.36*
1959 Bill Alley Kansas 73.29*
1960 Bill Alley Kansas 81.91*
1961 Chuck Wilkinson Redlands 75.50*
1962 Jan Sikorsky Southern Cal 76.00*
1963 Frank Covelli Arizona St 78.55A*
1964 Les Tipton Oregon 76.16*
1965 John Tushaus Arizona 76.34*
1966 James Stevenson Penn St 78.77*
1967 Delmon McNabb Louisiana St 80.29A*
1968 Carl O'Donnell Wash St 78.92*
1969 Mark Murro Arizona St 81.00*
1970 Bill Skinner Tennessee 82.50*
1971 Cary Feldmann Washington 78.94*
1972 Rick Dowswell  Canada Ohio 81.05*
1973 Sam Colson Kansas 85.27*
1974 Jim Judd Oregon St 82.68*
1975 Keith Goldie Long Beach St 76.25A*
1976 Phil Olsen  Canada Tennessee 83.26*
1977 Scott Dykehouse Florida 78.76*
1978 Bob Roggy Southern Illinois 86.48*
1979 Tom Sinclair Washington 79.64*
1980 Curt Ransford San Jose St 82.06*
1981 Mike Juskus Glassboro St 83.26*
1982 Brian Crouser Oregon 83.72A*
1983 Einar Vilhjálmsson  Iceland Texas 89.34*
1984 Einar Vilhjálmsson  Iceland Texas 89.62*
1985 Brian Crouser Oregon 85.66*
1986 Dag Wennlund  Sweden Texas 78.86
1987 Dag Wennlund  Sweden Texas 77.06
1988 Kenneth Petersen  Denmark NE Louisiana 76.56
1989 Patrik Bodén  Sweden Texas 77.82A
1990 Patrik Bodén  Sweden Texas 79.82
1991 Patrik Bodén  Sweden Texas 79.34
1992 Art Skipper Oregon 75.78
1993 Erik Smith UCLA 79.20
1994 Todd Riech Fresno St 81.32
1995 Greg Johnson UCLA 74.44
1996 Pål Arne Fagernes  Norway Arizona St 79.16
1997 Mats Nilsson  Sweden Alabama 74.90
1998 Esko Mikkola  Finland Arizona 81.86
1999 Matti Närhi  Finland UTEP 79.74
2000 Esko Mikkola  Finland Arizona 72.62
2001 John Stiegeler Oregon 77.07
2002 Scott Russell  Canada Kansas 79.85
2003 Brian Chaput Pennsylvania 78.69
2004 Gabriel Wallin  Sweden Boise St 80.71
2005 Gabriel Wallin  Sweden Boise St 78.76
2006 Justin Ryncavage North Carolina 74.18
2007
2008
2009
2010 Craig Kinsley Brown 76.29 m (250 ft 312 in)
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015 Sam Crouser Oregon 79.19 m (259 ft 9 in)
2016
2017 Ioannis Kyriazis  Greece Texas A&M 82.58 m (270 ft 11 in)

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