Nikola Lomnicka
blank Nikola Lomnicka
Hometown:
Nitra, Slovakia

High School:
Sports Grammar School

Height:
5-5

Event:
Throws

2012: Outdoor - Let go of a season-best hammer throw of 211 feet, 9 inches to take seventh place at the NCAA Championships on the sixth throw of her competition and final attempt of her collegiate career to earn a First Team All-America certificate for the third consecutive year...Launched a season-best attempt of 210-10 to win the hammer at the NCAA East Prelims and lock down her spot at the national finals...Won her third consecutive hammer throw title at the SEC Championships after her opening attempt traveled a season-best distance of 205-9...Was ninth at the Triton Invitational with a top effort of 200-8...Returned to action in the hammer throw and finished fourth with a mark of 201-4 at the Spec Towns Invite.

2012: Indoor - Did not compete while recovering from an injury.

2011: Outdoor - Had a season-best throw of 212 feet, 10 inches on her third attempt to earn All-American honors and take third in the hammer at the NCAA Championships...Took third in the hammer at the NCAA East Prelims to earn a shot at defending her national title in the event...Captured her second straight hammer throw title at the SEC Championships after reaching 208-4, which gave her a 19-foot victory...Took third in the hammer (206-4) at the Drake Relays...Exploded for a season-best effort of 212-3 to win the Georgia-Missouri dual meet and was named the SEC Field Athlete of the Week...Returned from an offseason knee injury to win the hammer throw at the ASU Invite after building to a fifth throw of 209 feet.

2011: Indoor - Redshirted for the Lady Bulldogs.

2010: Outdoor - Won Georgia's 11th NCAA outdoor title in program history and became an All-American for the first time after launching the second-longest hammer throw mark of her career (215 feet, 1 inch) at the NCAA Championships...advanced to the NCAA meet after earning runner-up honors in the hammer at the NCAA East Prelims...captured her first league title after winning the hammer throw at the SEC Championships with a top mark of 207-7...won at the Georgia Invitational with a mark of 207-8...won her fourth straight meet after having a mark of 207-8 at the Spec Towns Invitational...launched a career-best mark of 216-9 to cruise to a victory at the Florida Relays...had a personal-best mark of 211 feet to win at the Arizona State Invitational, improve her No. 3 spot in the school record books and earn the SEC Field Athlete of the Week award for the second straight week...opened her outdoor career at UGA by winning the hammer with a mark of 206-7 at the Georgia-Georgia Tech dual meet and was named the SEC Field Athlete of the Week.

2010: Indoor - Named an All-American at the NCAA Championships after her fifth of sixth throws traveled 66 feet, 8 inches to give her a fifth-place finish, besting SEC rival Kristin Smith of Kentucky by three spots and a foot and ah half...named to All-SEC Second Team after taking second in the weight throw (63-6.25) at the SEC Championships...won the weight with a personal-best mark of 67-6.75 at the Tyson Invitational...launched a career-best mark of 65-10.25 to take second at the Virginia Tech Elite...improved her career-best mark to 63-11.75 to win at the Hokie Invitational.

2009 (Clemson): Was the runner-up in the hammer throw at the ACC Outdoor Championships...Had the seventh-best hammer throw on the NCAA performance list...Finished third in the weight throw at the ACC Indoor Championships...Took fifth at the European Under-23 Championships.

High School: Finished fifth in the hammer at the 2009 European Under-23 Championships in Kaunas, Lithuania...Member of both the Junior and Senior Slovak National Teams...Took 10th place at the 2007 European Junior Championships in Hengelo, Netherlands...Was 13th at the 2006 World Junior Championships in Beijing, China...Personal-best throw of 208 feet, 8 inches in the hammer and 61-9 in the weight.

Personal: Born August 16, 1988...Daughter of Viera Lomnicka...Brother, Marcel Lomnicky, won the 2009 NCAA Division I championship in the hammer throw for Virginia Tech...Majoring in pre-Business with intentions of graduating with a degree in Sport Management.

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