Recap, photos, highlights and results from the women’s triple jump final at the World Athletics Championships 2022 on Monday. Rojas won the gold!
Video highlights of Yulimar Rojas’ 15.74m jump to break the world indoor triple jump record at the World Athletics Indoor Championships Belgrade 22.
Yulimar Rojas breaks the world triple jump indoor record with a jump of 15.74m in the last round to win her third successive world indoor triple jump title. She became the first woman to win three successive world indoor triple titles.
Yulimar Rojas and Shanieka Ricketts are strong gold medal favorites in the women’s triple jump and the pair will open competition at Tokyo 2020 Friday.
MADRID – Watch the video highlight of Venezuela’s Yulimar Rojas breaking the women’s world indoor triple jump record at the Meeting Villa de Madrid meeting on Friday (21).
World triple jump record-holder and Olympic champion Yulimar Rojas and Olympic champion Selemon Barega provided the featured highlights at the Villa de Madrid, the final World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold meeting of 2022, on Wednesday (2).
World records set by Karsten Warholm, Sydney McLaughlin, and Yulimar Rojas have been ratified by the World Athletics. Check out the report.
Yulimar Rojas of Venezuela bounded out to 15.67 meters to break the women’s triple jump world record at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Sunday.
MADRID – Blessing Okagbare posted a seasonal best to win the women’s 100m, while Yulimar Rojas impressed in the women’s Triple Jump at the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Madrid on Thursday evening (23). Nigerian sprinter Okagbare won the women’s 100m in a time of 11.09 seconds, as she continues to round back into shape…
Day 2 Wanda Diamond League Final results from the Weltklasse Zurich 2022 on Thursday (8) with several world-class performances highlighting the day.
The full 2022 Athletissima Lausanne Diamond League meeting results saw a few surprises, including Rasheed Broadbell winning the men’s 110m hurdles.
Here are the full 2022 Monaco Diamond League results from Wednesday (10) with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Noah Lyles, and Faith Kipyegon shinning.