Nate Englin

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Nate Englin (born April 24, 1987) is an American shot putter from Shoreview, Minnesota, throwing for the Missouri Tigers.

International[edit]

Following Englin's freshman season at Missouri, he competed in the 2005 Pan-American Games (Junior) and the USA Track and Field junior games. He earned a silver medal in each competition.[citation needed]

College[edit]

As a sophomore in 2006, Englin qualified for the NCAA Championships in the shot put and was named all-Big 12 in outdoor shot put and weight throw (indoor). His best throw came at a meet in Los Angeles in the shot put, when he tossed 62​14 feet (18.90m). As a freshman in 2005, Englin earned two all-Big 12 honors, both in shot put (indoor and outdoor).

High school[edit]

He competed for Mounds View Track and Field and set the Minnesota state record in the shot put, 65–6 feet, as a junior in 2003; the record stood until 2012.[1][2]

Personal bests[edit]

INDOOR

  • Shot Put: 18.19m, 59-8¼, CMSU Open '06
  • Weight Throw: 19.82m, 65-½, Big 12 Indoor '06

OUTDOOR

  • Shot Put: 18.90m, 62-¼, UCLA Invite '06
  • Discus: 50.66m, 166-2, Arizona St Invite '06
  • Hammer Throw: 55.27m, 181-4, Big 12 '06

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vaque, David La (24 April 2012). "Andover shot-putter on way to 70 feet?". Star Tribune. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Vaque, David La (29 May 2012). "Record-holding throwers need more room - StarTribune.com". Star Tribune. Retrieved 11 January 2016.