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Armand Duplantis’s impressive jump with which he broke his own record and created history at the World Championships in Athletics

Athlete created history in North Country

Swedish Armand Duplantis, what won his first world titlen world record pole vaulter, and Nigerian Toby Amuson, winner in 100 meters hurdles and with the best world record in semi finalFinalized the Athletics World Cup to be held in Eugene (Oregon).

Scandinavian athlete sealed 6.21 m. New world record with a jump of who improved their previous best score 6.20, And got the title that was missing in a race, despite 22 years old, It’s already legendary.

Tokyo Olympic Gold was left alone against the bar from 6 metropolis And achieved his new record in the second attempt. American Chris Nilssen and Filipino Ernest John Obiena they shared a brand 5,94 and shared the medal ceremony with Sweden, while the Brazilian thiago brazu, Olympic Champion in Rio 2016he stayed With 5.87 at the door of the medal.

duplantisThe son of an American pole vaulter and a Swedish heptathlete, already claims Olympic titles, world championships on indoor track and Europeans indoors and out.

other great heroes Eugene it was nigerian Toby Amuson, who has conquered World title in 100m hurdles and established New world record in the semi-finals with a score of 12.12

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The African, who was not among the favorites to reach the World Cup crown, improved on her own record in the final, but was achieved with her winning time (12.06). Illegal wind of 2.5 meters per second.

Athlete won a gold medal in the United States

Meanwhile, Jamaica Brittany Anderson rose with 12.23. silver medal withWith 5 thousandth profit on Puerto Ricans Jasmine Camacho-Quinney (12.23), while the American Kendra Harrison lived a bitter day: He lost his world record in the semi-finals and was disqualified in the final.

Previous tours had claimed spectacular victims like the defending champion, American Nia Ali, Who rolled the track in his chain, or his compatriots alaysha Johnson, with the second fastest of the year 12.35.

America Finished his first World Cup with great satisfaction thanks to his two relays 4x400mwho allowed their athlete Alison Felix round up to His crop of medals in 20 championship history.

The US team finished in command with medal numbers. Thirteen Gold, Nine Silver and Eleven Bronze, in front of Ethiopia, Jamaica You KenyaWho? 10 medals in total.

The women’s relay team is made up of Talitha Diggs, Abby Steiner, Britton Wilson and Sidney McLaughlin – Gold and world record in 400m hurdles – won the closing race with a mark of Ne 3:17.79, in front of Jamaica (3:20.74) and from Britain (3:22.64), who had a close fight for second place.

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In the men’s long relay, several years ago America He made his victory a mere formality. Homemade quartet this time Eliza Godwin, Michael Norman (gold in individual event), Bryce Deadman and Champion Allison won the eleventh title with a time of 2:56.17, Thus, the stage of the previous World Cup was repeated: Jamaica scored 2:58.58. won silver medal with You BelgiumDespite the efforts of his ultimate reliever, Kevin Borley is again third with 2:58.72.

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