English discus thrower drops the F-bomb about Aussie who beat him to gold at the Commonwealth Games

English discus thrower drops the F-bomb in unbelievable outburst at Aussie who beat him to gold on the Commonwealth Games – and the person from down below beloved it

  • Aussie Matt Denny has claimed the gold medal  within the discus at Birmingham 
  • It comes after fourth positioned finishes on the Olympics and Gold Coast video games
  • His rival was a person mountain that has been on a number of NFL group lists up to now
  • The Brit had some selection phrases for the Aussie, which he lapped up in victory 

Commonwealth Games gold medal winner Matt Denny is a redemption story for the ages, however it was the response from his former NFL rival after the Birmingham Commonwealth Games discus remaining that actually made him smile.

Denny claimed gold with a personal-best throw of 67.26m after the large Queenslander had beforehand completed agonisingly near an Olympic medal, lacking the rostrum in Tokyo by simply 5cm.

Denny celebrates after winning the gold medal in the men's discus at the Birmingham Commonwealth  Games at Alexander Stadium on Thursday night

Denny celebrates after successful the gold medal within the males’s discus on the Birmingham Commonwealth  Games at Alexander Stadium on Thursday night time

Denny was additionally fourth at his house Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and he additionally missed out on the current World Championships.

The consequence was no cakewalk, with Denny having to beat English thrower Lawrence Okoye, who holds the British discus document and was on the apply squad for a number of NFL golf equipment from 2013 to 2017.

And when Denny was being interviewed after beating the person mountain, Okoye could not wait to get his two cents in. 

‘F**ok this man, Matt Denny, Matt Denny!’ he jokingly screamed into the mic as Denny was being interviewed.

Denny replied: ‘You assume I’m huge, have a look at this dude. That’s a thick boy!’

The 26-year-old Aussie champion admitted that redemption had been firmly on his thoughts coming into the  Games. 

Denny winds up. All six of his attempts at the Birmingham Games were winning throws

Denny winds up. All six of his makes an attempt on the Birmingham Games had been successful throws

‘I felt fairly locked in from the beginning,’ he stated.

‘I knew with that first 65m and the way in which that it felt, I used to be actually in kind and I I knew I had been in kind this season.

‘Two weeks in the past for world champs was a bit disappointing. I had a sense of focusing a bit extra on redemption and attempting to get the performances I needed.

‘It was good to return out and be constant and get these performances that I needed.’

Denny has a bromance with fellow Australian athlete Brandon Starc, brother of Australian cricketer Mitchell Starc, who won silver in the high jump at the Birmingham games

Denny has a bromance with fellow Australian athlete Brandon Starc, brother of Australian cricketer Mitchell Starc, who gained silver within the excessive bounce on the Birmingham video games

Denny’s throw may have been sufficient to earn a medal at a significant meet just like the Olympics or World Championships and he has vowed to maintain pushing ahead and ship on an excellent larger stage. 

‘I believe to have that little bit of an announcement to repeatedly put it in and get these performances I believe I’m fairly positive that might have come near a medal at worlds,’ he stated.

‘That’s irritating. I’ve achieved it late however I actually delight myself on doing what is required when it counts and to do this six occasions in a row right this moment and to essentially dominate the comp has been nice.

‘This is simply the beginning, there may be extra of this to return.’

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