Western Kentucky thrower Tomas Guerra continued his breakout rookie campaign at the prestigious Penn Relays on Saturday, winning the javelin throw title with a personal-record heave of 230-feet-8 inches.
Guerra, a freshman, recorded the second-longest throw in school history and the longest throw in the Sun Belt Conference this season. Guerra leads the league in the javelin throw by more than 27 feet and ranks 16th in the NCAA as of Saturday. His 230-foot-8 inch mark was more than three feet longer than his next closest competitor.
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