NSAF will return to Iron Wood for another Classic!

After a tremendously successful inaugural Iron Wood Throws Classic last year, the NSAF is returning to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho in 2017 -- this time for a two-day affair that is also expected to include the javelin.

With the help of the NSAF, Iron Wood camp founder Bart Templeman has said he would build a javelin runway and it's anticipated it will be ready for the event. Hence, with all four men's and four women's throws, the format of the event has extended to two days.

The beautiful lakeside community of Coeur d'Alene is 30 miles east of Spokane, WA, and home of the prestigious Iron Wood Thrower Development Camp. Dozens of the nation's top throwers have trained or competed there during the past 27 years. Meet/camp director Jarred Rome was a 2008-2012 Olympian in the discus and the preps invited to join us this year will again have a first-class experience competing side-by-side with many of the top USATF athletes.  The NSAF will invite and fund athletes in each event, as it has done in the past here and when we were located in the Chicago area (Chicagoland Throws).

Stay tuned for more details this spring!

2016 in Review

The preps who competed with us last year at Iron Wood delivered some outstanding results, highlighted a mighty 74-4.5 shot put by NBNI champ Jordan Geist that stood as the national leader for the entire season. He won a great battle with Adrian Piperi (71-0), the NBNI runner-up who would later go on to win NBNO and represent Team USA at World Juniors. The Geist-Piperi rivalry has continued in '17 as both were juniors.

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