The July '02 edition of the Long & Strong Throwers Journal went out in Friday's mail. This issue features American Record Setter Anna Mahon on the cover. Below is the Table of Contents for this issue. LSTJ is available for $20 ($24 US for foreign) a year, or $100 ($120 US for foreign) for 16 back issues plus the upcoming year through July, 2003. Back issues are available for $5.00 per copy. Subscriptions are payable to Glenn Thompson (3604 Green Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110). I take checks as well as credit cards. If you have any questions, dont hesitate to drop me a line. Visit the website at www.longandstrong.com and click on the magazine cover, or e-mail me (Thrower60@aol.com ) for more information!
This is the biggest issue yet, with 56 pages, 40% larger than the standard 40. With each issue I set out to improve the product. To that end, I need your support. The larger the readership, the bigger the budget and the better the product. The more contributors/writers, the better the product. LSTJ is probably the only magazine of its kind. Although this is my project, I believe I am in partnership with the readership. We throwers often complain and moan about the lack of exposure for our events in print and television. Here is a publication geared just for you please get behind it!
Thanks to everyone who has given LSTJ a chance and supported it thus far! The journey has only just begun .I never would have made it this far without you!!! Do me a favor and give a few shout outs on The Ring and let people know what they are missing!
For those who are the least bit curious, I have posted the January 02 (Al Oerter) issue on the Long & Strong site in Abode Acrobat .pdf format. You can find it on the site, or plug in http://www.longandstrong.com/lstjv4I3.pdf into your browser, or click here. Youll need Adobe Acrobat to open it. It is a fairly large file (2.3 MB).
Train Your Brain!!!
Minister of Propaganda
Long & Strong Throwers Journal
Letter From The Editor
Ross Long, Robberts Big in Baton Rouge
An American Record and mens double highlight NCAAs
NCAA Divisions II and III
Meet reports from Texas and Minnesota
Throwers grab the spotlight at USATF Nationals
Nelson Leading Shot Craze
Adam, Godina, Toth and Cantwell all top 70
Powell Smashes American Record
Powell provides high note to U.S. resurgence
Coming Into Her Own
Anna Mahon has emerged from the shadows
Serene Ross found her throws destiny...and an American Record
All For The Best
Asthma derailed Kim Kreiner from the hardwood to the runway
The One, The Only...
One of a kind interview with discus legend John Powell
Developing a Javelin Runup
Maximizing the runway with Duncan Atwood
Common Sense Discus Solutions
Common problems, simple solutions
Throwing The Hammer
The Hammer from A to Z
Throwings unsung hero
Molder of Men
Jerry England has touched many inside the circle and out
Whats new with USATF online?
The Literalist weighs in
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