Conor McCULLOUGH (USA)1st in GROUP A - 76.05 Q
It’s going to take a really long throw (to win).
It went well. I came here and did what I needed to do, and so I’m happy and I’m looking forward to the final.
It’s an advantage in the sense that I don’t have to take more throws, but there’s another day and a half until the final, so it’s not too much of the benefit.
In the final, (my goal) is to put everything I have out on the field.
Kevin BOWMAN (CAN) - 15th in GROUP B - 54.51
It went all right, I guess. Nothing spectacular. Just being at World Juniors is a big privilege.
I just didn’t get my act together. I tried to make [my third throw] more smooth - not foul out.
A personal best would have been great, but you can't have everything.
It’s been a really good experience. There are a lot of tough throwers out there, and hopefully I can come back and make a bigger impact.
I can come back in two years, because I'm only 17.