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Paula Funderburke of Tampa, Florida reached back to throw a 15.5 lb. stone during competiton in the Braemer women's put competition of Master's Womens division of the Scottish Highland Games at E.H. Young Riverfront Park in Riverside, Mo. on June 12, 2011. Funderburke, 42, had a best throw of 18 feet, 3/4 inches to place second in her division. The Braemer put is thrown with one hand from a stationary position while the athlete is not allowed to move his feet forward until after the stone leaves her hand.

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Paula Funderburke of Tampa, Florida reached back to throw a 15.5 lb. stone during competiton in the Braemer women's put competition of Master's Womens division of the Scottish Highland Games at E.H. Young Riverfront Park in Riverside, Mo. on June 12, 2011. Funderburke, 42, had a best throw of 18 feet, 3/4 inches to place second in her division. The Braemer put is thrown with one hand from a stationary position while the athlete is not allowed to move his feet forward until after the stone leaves her hand.