|Ehsan Hadadi finishes 3rd in ERGO Games||
Iranian discus thrower Ehsan Hadadi finished at third place of the ERGO World Games on Friday.
In the competition which was held in Kose, a village in northern part of Estonia, local throwing giant Gerd Kanter managed to win in front of his home crowd with a throw of 64.64M. Erik Cadee (63.79m) and Ehsan Hadadi (61.58m) finished at second and third places respectively.
ERGO World Games brought together some famous names of discus throwing. Sixth in a row, ERGO Games was brought to live in 2006 by Aleksander Tammert, son of Estonia´s legendary thrower and coach Aleksander Tammert senior. The idea is to clarify the best discus throwing country in the world.
Hadadi won the silver medal of the London 2012 Olympic Games with a throw of 68.18 meters.
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