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This year, Lui Huihui, Kelsey-Lee Barber, Sara Kolak and Christin Hussong are the top women’s javelin throwers to watch in Doha. However, our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships winner predictions point to Lu Huihui as the athlete to walk away victorious in Doha.
This year, Doha will host the IAAF World Athletics Championships from 27 September to 6 October. Additionally, the women’s javelin throw event will be live from 30 September to 1 October. According to our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships winner predictions, the following athletes are top hopefuls to claim a win in Doha. Here’s how their chances of winning stand on Unibet Sportsbook:
Our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships winner predictions foresee a Lu Huihui win
Chinese athlete Lu Huihui currently has leading odds of winning the women’s javelin throw event at the Doha World Championships. Fortunately, with odds at 4/9 on Unibet Sportsbook, Lu Huihui can claim her first World Championships javelin in Doha. As a result, this would be a fitting honor for the athlete who achieved silver and bronze at the 2015 and 2017 Championships respectively.
Luckily, the athlete has been busy this year preparing for the Doha World Championships. This year, Huihui won both the National and Regional Championships in women’s javelin. Consequently, our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships winner predictions say Huihui can achieve the same success on the world stage.
Current women’s javelin throw World No. 2 Kelsey-Lee Barber looks to secure first World Championships win
Kelsey-Lee Barber is the second favorite athlete on Unibet Sportsbook to claim the women’s javelin World Championships win this year. According to our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships winner predictions, she can record a win with odds at 11/2. Additionally, the Australian stands a good chance to improve her World Championships record following her 10th place finish in 2017. Similarily to Lu Huihui, Barber’s 2019 Regional and National Championships win also make her one of the players to beat in Doha.
Sara Kolak eyes first major competitive medal following return from 2-year absence
Croatian athlete Sara Kolak is among the top 3 javelin throwers expected to win in Doha with odds at 9/1. In 2016, the athlete recorded an impressive javelin win at the Olympic Games. Unfortunately, when things started looked promising for Kolak, an elbow injury in 2017 resulted in Kolak taking time out to recover.
According to the online sportsbook news in the UK, Sara Kolak officially returned to competiting this year. Currently, our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships say Kolak can mark her return with a podium finish in Doha.
Christin Hussong looks to bounce back following poor 2017 World Championships record
German athlete Hussong will be hoping to bounce back at the upcoming World Championships with odds standing at 10/1. This comes after she placed 17th in the qualification round consequently failing to make it for the 2017 Finals. Fortunately, Hussong has proven to be a fierce competitor thanks to the following recent competitive record.
This includes wins at the 2018 European Championships and National Champions. Additionally, she also won the 2019 National Championships and more. However, the competition to win the women’s javelin throw event in Doha will be tight. Consequently, our 2019 Women’s Javelin Throw World Championships winner predictions foresee Hussong likely competing for a bronze medal in Doha.
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