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" Foul throws, which shall not be measured but which shall count as throws, are as follows: 1. Letting go of the hammer in an attempt. 2. Touching the ground outside the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in hand. 3. Touching the ground... "
Walter Camp's Book of College Sports - Page 297
by Walter Camp - 1900 - 298 pages
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The Tribune Book of Open-air Sports

Henry Hall - Linotype - 1887 - 492 pages
...touching the ground outside of the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in hand and touching the ground forward of the front half of the circle with any portion of the body before the throw is measured, constitute fouls, and the accompanying performances are not measured but count as...
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Walter Camp's Book of College Sports

Walter Camp - College sports - 1893 - 329 pages
...Touching the ground outside the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in hand. 4. Touching the ground forward of the front half of the circle with any portion of the body before the throw is measured. Each competitor will be allowed three throws, and the best three men in the first...
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Track Athletics in Detail

Albert Lee - Athletics - 1896 - 147 pages
...touching the ground outside the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in hand ; or touching the ground forward of the front half of the circle with any portion of the body before the throw is measured. The principal thing for a beginner to realize is that it is necessary to assume...
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The Book of School and College Sports

Ralph Henry Barbour - Athletics - 1904 - 438 pages
...attempt. 2. Touching the ground outside the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in hand. 3. Touching the ground forward of the front...the circle with any portion of the body before the throw is measured. Each competitor shall be allowed three throws, and the best four men shall each...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention ..., Volumes 4-5

National Collegiate Athletic Association - Athletics - 1909
...attempt. 2. Touching the ground outside the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in hand. 3. Touching the ground forward of the front...the circle with any portion of the body before the throw is measured. The competitor shall leave the circle by its rear half, which shall be that directly...
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Athletic Training

Michael C. Murphy - Athletics - 1914 - 174 pages
...Touching the ground outside of the circle with any portion of the body while the hammer is in the hands. (3) Touching the ground forward of the front half...the circle with any portion of the body before the throw is measured. There is one serious drawback to hammer throwing: it requires a big field for practice,...
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