Mac Wilkins Gold Medal Discus

by Mac Wilkins
Mac Wilkins Gold Medal Discus


Mac Wilkins, Olympic Gold Medal Discus Thrower. A student and a teacher. In this course, Mac will show you the skills you must learn and the attitude you must develop to become a winner in this demanding event. From beginners to advanced throwers, this course provides insight for throwers and coaches at all levels.


The Coach


Mac Wilkins

Olympic Champion & Former World Record Holder


Mac Wilkins
Olympic Champion and Four Time World Record Holder was one the best all around throwers in the world.  
As a coach he is sought by throwers of all levels from around the world for his knowledge and expertise.

1976  Olympic Champion - Gold Medal - Olympic Record - Ranked #1 in World 
1980  US Boycott  -  Ranked #1 in World
1984  Olympic Silver Medal 
1988  Olympic 5th Place 
(4)  Four Times World Record Holder  69.18m, 69.80m, 70.24m, 70.86m    1976
(5)  Five Times American Record Holder  70.98m  1980
(8)  Eight Times US National Champion Discus Throw 1973-1988
1977    US National Champion Shot Put - Indoor 21.06m
1973    NCAA Champion –Discus Throw, 3rd Place Shot Put 
14 Competitive Throws beyond 70 meters (229'9")...  
#4 All Time top ten competition average
Mac's PRs  -  World's Best Combination of Four Throws
Shot Put 21.06m, Discus 70.98m, Javelin 78.44m, and Hammer 63.88m.
High School Bests:  Discus 170' 10",  Shot Put 58',  Javelin 195"

Mac threw the javelin 78.44m, 257' 8" as a 19 year old freshman at the University of Oregon.  As a senior he was NCAA Champion in the discus and won the first of Eight US National Championships in the discus. 

Wilkins broke the World's Record Four times in his career. During his series on May 1, 1976 in San Jose, California, he set the world record on three consecutive throws of 69.80m, 70.24m, and 70.86m.        
Mac was US National Champion indoors in the shot put in 1977 with a best of 21.06m, 69' 1.5". 

Elite Athletes  
Mac provided significant time or guidance to the following throwers to help them achieve their success
2012  Krishna Poonia, India - 6th Place London Olympics 
2010  Krishna Poonia, India - Commonwealth Games Gold Medal, 
2010  Jason Young, USA - longest US thrower 2010
2009  Dani Samuels, Australia - World Championships Gold Medal 
2008  Stephanie Trafton, USA - Olympic Champion Gold Medal 
2008  Annie Hess, Concordia U. 58.69m, 192' Longest US College Woman Discus Thrower at any level in 2008, 3xNAIA National Champion (developed in 3 years from 45m)                
2001  Adam Setliff, USA - 5th Place World Championships                                                                
2000  Adam Setliff, USA – 5th Place Sydney Olympics

Collegiate Coach   2006 – 2013    Concordia University, Portland OR.                                    
In 8 Years Mac has developed 24 National Champions and 94 All Americans in javelin, shot put, discus & hammer.

In August 2013, Wilkins left Concordia University to coach for USA Track & Field at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista California..

Ratings and Reviews (4)


Great video, great teacher. $15 well spent!

Apr 10, 15 09:45 PM

Benng Koay

Good information and quality teaching. As a high school freshman, this is an advanced information for them.

Mar 2, 16 07:12 AM

SkyhawkTrack Coaches

The videos were quite old, which isn’t necessarily a problem, but at the same time wasn’t a great selling point either... The information was fine, but the same information can be found for free on other sites—even YouTube, with better video and more current analysis.

Mar 6, 18 07:06 PM


Good Drills, old school items that still can be used with young throwers. Needs updated with the spin tech in shot.

Mar 15, 18 08:19 PM

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Course Info

Rating: (4)
Caterory: Track and Field/Discus
Bookings: 137
Videos: 11