Discus thrower Cadée in final selection of the Netherlands for the world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics
Discus thrower Erik Cadée is part of the Dutch selection for the world athletics championships from 4 to 13 August take place in London.
Cadée is the only athlete yet been added to the provisional selection last week it was announced by the Dutch atletiekunie.
The discus thrower did not meet the kwalificatielimiet, but may of the international association of athletics IAAF still participate because fewer athletes than expected will qualify for the component.
Cadée came this season to a roll of 64,93 feet, 7 inches away from the world cup limit of 65,00 metres. The Dutchman was due to his 24th position on the world ranking to an invitation.
Cadée was also present at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS of 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013. He took no time for the finals.
Polsstokhoogspringer Rutger Coupler, this summer’s good for a height of 5.60 meters, made also win an invitation, but he was not high enough on the ranking, and has finally fallen off.
Marije van Hunenstijn (4×100 meters) and Nicky van Leuveren (4×400 meters) belonged to the pre-selection, but are still lost because they are not fit enough. The total number of Dutch athletes to London travel is now thirty.