So far as I know, no one has ever done this to an Olympic discus thrower.
Jeremy Hunt has introduced a new sport to the Games, to go with the discus, shot put, javelin.
Burly Drake cast the discus one hundred and thirty-four feet.
They were taught to box, to wrestle, to throw the discus, and to hurl the spear.
The throwers of the discus and the hammer were naturally at some disadvantage.
And we'll discus it in the presence of nobody, if ye, please.
The grandsire of all creatures is half my body; I am called Narayana, and I am bearer of the conch-shell, the discus and the mace.
Like throwing the discus, it calls for strength, speed and courage.
While he was in the air, he beheld a lofty stone pillar in front of a temple, with a discus on its summit.
The principal figure is on horseback with a discus round his head.
1650s, from Latin discus "discus, disk," from Greek diskos "disk, quoit, platter."
discus dis·cus (dĭs'kəs)
n. pl. dis·ci (dĭs'kī', dĭs'ī')
A flat circular surface; a disk.