Penn State’s Max Rohn, fresh off winning double-gold in the 2016 Invictus Games, repeated his dominant performance on Friday at the ECAC Championships.
Rohn won both the discus and the javelin in a historic first-year appearance by Ability Athletics at the event.
The Navy veteran threw a distance of 50.21 meters in the discus, his second time throwing more than 50 meters (the first was earlier this week at the Invictus Games), and a distance of 43.73 meters in the javelin.
Close behind Rohn was Erik Doty, who earned second in the discus with a lifetime-best distance of 43.04 meters, and also earned second in the javelin with a distance of 41.69 meters.
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