The former hammer throwing world champion Betty Heidler is running out
theirs seven years after the London Olympics
Silver medal presented.

Frankfurt / Main (SID) – After a long wait, the time has come: The
former hammer throw world champion Betty Heidler is close to seven
Years after the London Olympics her silver medal
presented by IOC President Thomas Bach. On May 25, the
Frankfurterin honored in the house of sport, after the Russian Tatyana
Lysenko had been disqualified because of a doping offense. The
announced the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) on Wednesday.
Gold goes to the Polish world record holder Anita Wlodarczyk, the
also triumphed in Rio in 2016.

Heidler had ended her career in 2016. Your Frankfurt
Teammate Kathrin Klaas, who said goodbye to the European Championships in Berlin
had taken the international stage, moved up from fifth place
four ago. "On the one hand, I'm happy, on the other
I'm annoyed, "Heidler said with her 2011
achieved a world record of 79.42 m as before the German
Best Record holds, last said to the Medaillenneuvergabe. Everything
what about the awarding of a silver medal at the Olympic Games?
Games have been taken, it has been taken. That the correction
takes place so many years later, "makes me sad," said
the 35-year-old.

For the future, she hopes that such corrections by a
stronger and more effective doping struggle "does not happen at all
and the athletes this important moment of the award ceremony never again
can be taken ".