Caterine Ibargüen finishes tenth in the triple jump final of the Olympic Games in a day with a new world and Olympic record


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Caterine Ibargüen finishes tenth in the triple jump final of the Olympic Games in a day with a new world and Olympic record

The Colombian Caterine Ibargüen made her best time in 14.25 meters and gave up her status as champion in the triple jump of the Olympic Games. The gold was won by the Venezuelan Yulimar Rojas with 15.67; new Olympic and world record in Tokyo 2020.

She was the first to start the series among the 12 competitors. In that initial outing he achieved his best mark of the day: 14.25. A jump lower than the one obtained to classify this instance of 14.37.

In the other attempts, the Antioqueña 14.01 and 14.19 with which she finished in tenth place. The level of competition he faced was very high. On the day, the Venezuelan Yulimar Rojas set a new Olympic and world record with 15.67.

The winner was Rojas, followed by the Portuguese Patricia Mamona and the Spanish Ana Peleteiro.

In her four Games played, Caterine won two medals. It was silver in London 2012 and gold in Rio 2016.


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