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García tallies world leading 8496 in Havana

Havana, Cuba – Twenty-year old Yordanis García improved his personal best by over 100 points to score a world leading 8496 points in winning the NACAC Combined Events Championships on Saturday (30) in Havana, his first international title since taking the World Youth gold in 2005.

Havana, Cuba – Twenty-year old Yordanis García improved his personal best by over 100 points to score a world leading 8496 points in winning the NACAC Combined Events Championships on Saturday (30) in Havana, his first international title since taking the World Youth gold in 2005.

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