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Ivan Ukhov opens season with 2.37m in Hustopece

Hustopece, Czech Republic – European indoor High Jump champion Ivan Ukhov opened his 2010 season in style with a 2.37m clearance to highlight the first leg of the 6th Moravian High Jump Tour in Hustopece on Saturday (23).

It was a one-man show by the 23-year-old Russian. He opened his competition at 2.20m with a warm up jump, and continued with first attempt clearances at 2.28m, 2.30m, and 2.32m.

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After removing his warm ups, he sailed clear at 2.37m also on his first try, an early season world-leading performance, a new meeting record and the best ever indoor leap in the Czech Republic.

Competing before a capacity crowd of nearly 1000, he went on with three solid efforts at a would-be national indoor record of 2.41m. His first try was very close…..Read More

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