17 June, 2019

Three Records broken in Pole Vault, long jump and discus throw

Jamaican Fedrick Dacres broke the record of the meeting International Mohammed VI with 70.78m, improving by the way his personal best.

Fedrick finished ahead sweden's Daniel Stahl (69.94 m), who scored 69.50 m, while Austrian Lukas Weissbaidinger has reached 68.14 m.

American Sandi Morris has taken the lead of the Pole Vault women category in the Meeting International d’Athletisme Rabat at 4.82 meters, developing her year’s personal time ahead of Russian Sidorova Anzhelika, who scored 4.77 meters,  while other American Katie Nageotte came held the third position at 4.67 meters.

Following Sandi’s footsteps, Cuban Perez Yami has broken the competition’s record in the discus throw women category after holding the battle at 68.28 meters. She has advanced Caballero Denia, who achieved the second position at 65.94 meters while her compatriot Sandra Perkovic secured the third position at 64.77 meters.

Ukrainian  Bondarenko Bohdan has won the 2.28 meters in the high jump, ahead of Japanese Tobe Naoto and Russian Ilya Ivanyuk at the same record.

In long jump men category, Cuban Juan Miguel Echverria has made the longest jump at 8.34 meters, developing his year’s time. South Africa's Luvo Manyonga was second at 8.21 meters and South African Ruswahl Samaii, who scored 8.16 meters.

The first Moroccan hero, Yahya Brabah has managed to secure the fifth place at 7.76 meters, ahead of Khoua Mouhcine, who finished held the sixth position at 7.64-meter jump, his best personal record this year.