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Nelson Evora – ready to make history in Berlin?

Berlin, Germany – World and Olympic champion Nelson Evora is the natural favourite for defending his global title at the IAAF World Championships in Berlin. The Portuguese record holder is all set to become the first man ever to conquer two consecutive World gold medals in the men’s Triple Jump.

Last summer, triple jumper Nelson Évora was the only Portuguese athlete to return home from Beijing with an Olympic gold medal to his name. At just 24 years of age (he is born on the 20th of April 1984), Évora now has both the Olympic and the World titles among his trophies, as he is reigning World champion since Osaka 2007….Read More

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