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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Tom Walsh hopes to get some competitive shot putting in towards the end of the year

    Tom Walsh hopes to get some competitive shot putting in towards the end of the year


    The Diamond League has been cut until June, while the Olympics was this year pushed to 2021.

    Walsh says he's holding out hope for a adjusted programme.



    Walsh has some equipment at home to train during the lockdown and is close to a park with a throwing circle.

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