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Series10 Oct 2016

First impressions – Ignisious Gaisah

Two-time world silver medallist Ignisious Gaisah has been among the best long jumpers in the world for more than a decade. The 2006 world indoor champion is the latest to ponder our first impressions questions.

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News02 Jun 2015

Global champions clash in the long jump in Oslo – IAAF Diamond League

Five men who have won gold medals at the Olympics or IAAF World Championships will line up in the long jump at the ExxonMobil Bislett Games in Oslo on 11 June, the sixth leg of the 2015 IAAF Diamond League.

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Report13 Sep 2014

Report: men's long jump - IAAF Continental Cup, Marrakech 2014

Ignisious Gaisah may have been a late replacement for world leader Greg Rutherford, but who needs the Olympic and European champion when you have a flying Dutchman?

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News12 May 2014

Olympic champions Harting, Lavillenie and Rutherford the first big names for Hengelo

Last year’s FBK Games in Hengelo played host to one of the biggest athletics shocks of 2013 as Piotr Malachowski ended Robert Harting’s 33-meeting winning streak. The two giants of the discus world will once again clash at this year’s edition of the IAAF World Challenge meeting on 8 June.

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News25 Jan 2014

Quality long jump clash set for Stockholm

Michel Torneus has won the long jump on home soil at the XL Galan for the past three years and he will be looking for a fourth consecutive victory at the IAAF Indoor Permit meeting in Stockholm on 6 February.

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Report16 Aug 2013

Report: Men's Long Jump final – Moscow 2013

Aleksandr Menkov rose to the occasion and had three jumps farther than anyone else, topped by a Russian record of 8.56m, to take the Long Jump title in front of his family and friends.

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