Aleksander Tammert

Aleksander Tammert

Aleksander Tammert

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Aleksander Tammert (born 2 February 1973 in Tartu) is an Estonian discus thrower.

Athletics career

Tammert competed at the 2004 Olympics and originally finishing fourth, but as gold medal winner Róbert Fazekas was disqualified, Tammert received the bronze medal. A month later he placed third at the World Athletics Final.

In 2005 Tammert placed fourth at both the World Championships and the World Athletics Final. Fellow Estonian Gerd Kanter won silver medals at both these events.

In 2006 he placed third at both the European Championships and the World Athletics Final. Kanter again won silver medals at both these events.

His personal best throw is 70.82m (232'3½"), set on 15 April 2006 in Denton, Texas.



Aleksander Tammert is married to Slovenian javelin thrower Elizabeta Randjelovič Tammert with whom he has two daughters.

His father, Aleksander Tammert, Sr. (28 April 1947 – 27 October 2006), was a retired shot putter and athletics coach. He won the European Junior Championships in 1966.


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