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The great Janis Lusis

A cache by Hawky95 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/28/2011
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Slepnis ir Spanu stila micro konteineris, kas satur tikai logbuku. Panemiet savu rakstamo. !Sleepni nemiet tikai tumsa laika!

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Cache it self is a Spanish style micro container, which contains only logbook. BYOP. !Take this cache only at dark time!


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Lai dabutu slepni, nekur nav jaalien, jakapj, nekas nav jacelj, jabida!


Slepnis atrodas pie majas, kura vairakus gadus dzivojis izcilakais latviešu škepmetejs Janis Lusis. Janis Lusis (dzimis 1939. gada 19. maija Jelgava) ir bijušais latviešu škepa metejs, kurš visu savu sportista karjeru (no 1957. lidz 1976. gadam) parstaveja PSRS. 1964. gada Olimpiskajas speles izcinija bronzas medalu, bet pec 4 gadiem Mehiko vinš kluva par Olimpisko cempionu. 1972. gada Olimpiskajas speles Minhene vinš izcinija sudraba medalu. J. Lusis vel joprojam ir vienigais latvietis, kam izdevies izcinit visu tris kalumu Olimpiskas medalas. Vinš starteja ari 1976. gada Olimpiskajas speles Monreala, bet palika astotais un nolema beigt karjeru. Izcinijis ari 4 Eiropas, 12 PSRS un 1 Latvijascempiona titulu. Divas reizes labojis pasaules rekordu škepa mešana — 1968. gada tas bija 91,68 metri, bet 1972. gada 93,80 metrus tals. 1987. gada IAAF vinu atzina par visu laiku izcilako škepa meteju pasaule.[1]
Pec aktivas sportista karjeras beigam darbojies ka treneris un sporta funkcionars. Vairakkart meginajis iesaistities politika, piedalijies vairakas velešanas no socialdemokratiski orientetu partiju sarakstiem.
J. Lusis ir precejies ar škepa meteju Elviru Ozolinu (1960. gada Olimpiska cempione).[2]Ari vinu dels Voldemars Lusis ir bijis škepmetejs, piedalijies divas Olimpiskajas speles.[3]

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To find the cache, you do not need to climb anywhere or enter anything. You don't need to move anything!


Cache is at house, where several years the greatest Latvian javelin thrower Janis Lusis used to live. Janis Lusis (born May 19, 1939 in Jelgava, Latvia) is a Latvian (and Soviet) athlete who competed in javelin throw.
Lusis trained at Daugava Voluntary Sports Society and later at Armed Forces sports society. He competed in four Summer Olympics for the USSR team, winning bronze in 1964 Olympics, gold in 1968 Olympics and silver in 1972 Olympics.
The javelin competition at the 1972 Games was the closest in Olympic history. Germany'sKlaus Wolfermann had taken the lead from Lusis in the fifth round with an Olympic Record throw of 90.48 meters. Then, in the sixth and final round, Lusis let fly with a very long effort that measured at 90.46 meters - Wolfermann's two centimeter margin was, at the time, the smallest unit of measurement used in javelin competitions.
As of 2003, he remains the only Latvian who has won a complete set of Olympic medals. Lusis set two world records in javelin throw, of 91.68m in 1968 and of 93.80 m in 1972. He is also a 4-times European champion. In 1987 IAAF nominated him as the all-time greatest javelin thrower in the world.
After Lusis finished competing, he became an athletics coach. He is married to Elvira Ozolina, 1960 Olympic female champion in javelin throw. Their son, Voldemars Lusis, is also a javelin thrower who competed in 2000 Summer Olympics and 2004 Summer Olympics.
During the 2009 Latvian Sportspersonality of the year award ceremony, Lusis received the Lifetime Contribution to Sport award.


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