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Greggory Hart (born August 21, 1970) is a former [American discus thrower. He currently holds the US high school record for the 2 kg discus throw. While attending Homestead High School, Hart threw 216'9" which at the time was the 2nd farthest throw by any high school athlete, behind Kamy Keshmiri. While competing for US junior olympic team as a high school junior, he set the national high school record with the 2k discus throwing 181 feet (55.16m) breaking Charles Moyes record of 180'4" (54.96m). He would later raise this record to 201'4" as a high school senior, which still stands today.

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  • Greggory Hart (born August 21, 1970) is a former [American discus thrower. He currently holds the US high school record for the 2 kg discus throw. While attending Homestead High School, Hart threw 216'9" which at the time was the 2nd farthest throw by any high school athlete, behind Kamy Keshmiri. While competing for US junior olympic team as a high school junior, he set the national high school record with the 2k discus throwing 181 feet (55.16m) breaking Charles Moyes record of 180'4" (54.96m). He would later raise this record to 201'4" as a high school senior, which still stands today.
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  • Greggory Hart (born August 21, 1970) is a former [American discus thrower. He currently holds the US high school record for the 2 kg discus throw. While attending Homestead High School, Hart threw 216'9" which at the time was the 2nd farthest throw by any high school athlete, behind Kamy Keshmiri. While competing for US junior olympic team as a high school junior, he set the national high school record with the 2k discus throwing 181 feet (55.16m) breaking Charles Moyes record of 180'4" (54.96m). He would later raise this record to 201'4" as a high school senior, which still stands today. Hart attended Indiana University Bloomington, where he set the school's discus record throwing 205 feet, he would also win multiple Big 10 championships in the discus, and receive multiple All-American honors while competing. In 1995, he was inducted into the Indiana Track and Field Hall of Fame. Hart competed discus at the 1992, 1996, and 2004 Olympic Trials. He was ranked #8 in the US in 1994-1996 and #7 in 1997. He was 42nd in the world in 1996. After a dormant period he returned to the world rankings in 2002, ranking 120, 118 and 110 over the next three years.
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