New Zealander Kerr prevailed with 2.34 metres, the second best mark of the year

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the new zealand Hamish Kerr, bronze at the previous World Cups in indoor tracka, became the great hero of the meeting of the jumps of Banska Bystrica (Slovakia) after winning the height final with a record of 2.34 meters, the second best world record of the year.

Kerr, who improved her personal best by three centimeters to date, the 2.31 she jumped last year at the Belgrade World Cups, was four centimeters behind the course record best, held by Russian Danil Lysenko with 2, 38 meters.

A score that served the 26-year-old New Zealander to win the victory ahead of the Ukrainian Andriy Protsenkosecond with a better jump of 2.32, while third place went to the Mexican Edgar Rivera with 2.25 meters.

Rivera, who on February 4 jumped 2.27 meters in the Czech town ofHustopecehe failed in his three attempts at 2.28, although the second was the Mexican, seventh at Belgrade World Cups 2022is very close to passing the bar.

For his part, the Mexican too Erik Portillo he had to settle for a best attempt of 2.20 meters, three centimeters less than the 2.27 he jumped ten days ago in Hustopece.

In the women’s category, the current outdoor world champion, the Australian Eleanor Pattersonwho was injured in training on Monday, all eyes will be on the Ukrainian Yaroslava Mahuchkhgold in previous World Cups in indoor track.

But Mahuchikh, who on Saturday signed the best world record of the year in Metz with a jump of 2.02 meters, had to settle this time with a better jump of 1.97, which helped him to win. after failing in his three attempts at 2.04 meters.

Source: La Verdad

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