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Report: Anita Włodarczyk has a new coach

By Steve Campbell, World-Track

World Hammer Throw champion Anita Włodarczyk of will start the 2010 season under the guidance of a new coach, a report by EME News said.

The Polish thrower, who on her way to winning the world championships title in Berlin in August set a world record of 77.96m to best the previous mark of 77.80m, held by Russia’s Tatyana Lysenko, will start next season with a new coach Krzysztof Kaliszewski.

Włodarczyk had part company with previous coach Czeslaw Cybulski this past season, prior to the World Championships.

She will link up with former Olympic and world champion Szymon Ziółkowski also of Poland who is also under the guidance of Kaliszewski.

Ziółkowski, the gold medallist at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and world championships the following year in Edmonton, won a silver medal at the Berlin world champs in August.

Additional information came from Gary Smith

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