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Helga Radtke (born 16 May 1962 in Sanitz, Rostock) is a German track and field athlete. She competed from 1979 to the 1990s in the long and triple jumps. Until 1990 she represented East Germany. She won the bronze medal in the long jump at the 1990 European championship and was successful in many more indoor world and European championships
Sanitz is a municipality in the Rostock district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
Rostock is a city in the north German state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Rostock is on the Warnow river; the district of Warnemünde, 12 kilometres north of the city centre, is directly on the Baltic Sea coast. Rostock is the largest city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, as well as its only regiopolis.
Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Western Europe, lying between the Baltic and North Seas to the north, and the Alps to the south. It borders Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, France to the southwest, and Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands to the west.
Radtke belonged the Empor Rostock sport club and later to the LAC Quelle Fürth and Munich 1860. During her career she was 1.70 meters tall and weighed 64 kilograms.
Carolina Evelyn Klüft is a retired Swedish track and field athlete who competed in the heptathlon, triple jump, long jump, and pentathlon. She was an Olympic Champion, having won the heptathlon title in 2004. She was also a three-time World and two-time European heptathlon champion. She is the only athlete ever to win three consecutive world titles in the heptathlon, and was unbeaten in 22 heptathlon and pentathlon competitions from 2002 to 2007, winning nine consecutive gold medals in major championships.
Ineta Radēviča is a retired Latvian athlete, competing in the long jump and triple jump.
Šárka Kašpárková is a former Czech track and field athlete who specialised in the triple jump.
Siegrun Siegl is a retired East German athlete who specialised in the pentathlon and later long jump.
Erica Johansson is a Swedish former athlete who specialized in the long jump. She is the 1992 World Junior Champion, the 1993 European Junior Champion, and the 2000 European Indoor Champion. She also competed at the 2000 Olympic Games.
Galina Valentinovna Chistyakova is a retired athlete who represented the Soviet Union and later Slovakia. She is the current world record holder in the long jump, jumping 7.52 metres on 11 June 1988. She is the 1988 Olympic bronze medallist and the 1989 World Indoor champion. She is also a former world record holder in the triple jump with 14.52 metres in 1989.
Gyula Pálóczi was a Hungarian athlete who specialized in the long jump and triple jump. He won two medals at the European Indoor Championships, and due to his versatility the European Athletic Association has called him "the most successful jumper Hungary has ever produced".
Simona La Mantia is an Italian triple jumper. Her best result at international senior level was a gold medal at the 2011 European Indoor Championships.
Dr. Sheila Ann Hudson is an American former track and field athlete and Olympian, ranked among the all-time greatest U.S. competitors in the women’s triple jump. Throughout her career, she won nine U.S. triple jump titles, and set two world bests and nine American records. She previously held the indoor American record in the women’s triple jump (46-8.25) as well as the outdoor American record in women's triple jump (47-3.5) with a wind aided all time best jump of 48-1.25. Hudson won the silver medal at the 1994 IAAF World Cup, finished eighth at the 1995 World Indoor Championships, tenth at the 1996 Olympic Games and fifth at the 1998 IAAF World Cup.
Zita Ajkler is a Hungarian long jumper. She is all 16X times Hungarian national champion in long jump, triple jump, heptathlon and 100-meter hurdles. Her personal best is 676 cm in long jump and 13.99 m in triple jump, 13.75 s in 100-meter hurdles (wind-1.2), 8.35 s in 60-meter hurdles, and 5323 points in heptathlon.
Teddy Tamgho is a French triple jumper and long jumper. He specialises in the triple jump. He is the current triple jump world indoor record holder at 17.92 m, achieved in winning the final and gold medal at the 2011 European Indoor Championships. He is the world's fifth best ever triple jumper outdoors, with his best mark of 18.04 metres achieved in winning the final and gold medal at the 2013 World Championships.
Anna Iljuštšenko is an Estonian high jumper.
Ivana Španović is a Serbian long jumper, reigning World indoor champion and reigning European indoor champion. In 2013, she became the first Serbian track and field athlete to win a medal at the IAAF Outdoor World Championships. In 2018, she became the first Serbian track and field athlete to win a world senior gold medal at the IAAF Indoor World Championships. She is the Serbian record holder in the long jump, indoors and outdoors, and also she is the national indoor record holder in the 60 metres and in the pentathlon. Her coach is Goran Obradović and she is a member of the Athletic Club Vojvodina in Novi Sad.
Katja Demut is a German track and field athlete who specialises in the triple jump. She has represented Germany internationally at the European Athletics Indoor Championships and at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics. Her personal best of 14.57 metres outdoors and 14.47 m indoors are the German records for the event.
Jeffrey Henderson is an American track and field athlete who competes in the long jump and 100 meter dash. He has a personal record of 8.58 m for the long jump by winning the 2015 Pan Am Games gold medal. Other top results include becoming the 2014, 2016 and 2018 USA Outdoor national long jump champion, and is a member of the United States 2010 and 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships teams. On August 13, 2016, Jeff Henderson came through on his final jump to claim the gold medal in the men's long jump at the Rio Olympics. It's the first gold in the event for the USA since 2004. Henderson leaped 8.38 meters to edge past Luvo Manyonga of South Africa by 1 centimeter.
Xavi Porras is a Spanish paralympic sprinter and jumper who belongs to F.C. Barcelona and competes in the T11 / B1 category for blind athletes or athletes with a very reduced vision.
Andrea Geubelle is an American track and field athlete who competes in the long jump and triple jump. Andrea won the national title in 2013. She has personal records of 6.70 m and 14.18 m, respectively.
Frentorish"Tori" Bowie is an American track and field athlete, who primarily competes in the 100 m and the 200 m. She has a personal record of 6.95 m for the long jump, set in 2014. She is the 2017 100m world champion, a 2016 Olympian and a three-time Olympic medalist.
Keturah Orji is an American track and field athlete specializing in the triple jump. She has set a new US triple jump record twice.
Quanesha Burks is an American female track and field athlete who mainly competes as a long jumper. She represented her country at the 2015 Pan American Games and the 2017 World Championships in Athletics. She was the gold medalist at the regional 2015 NACAC Championships in Athletics. Collegiately, she competed for Alabama Crimson Tide and was the 2015 NCAA Division I champion in long jump.
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William James Mallon is an American orthopedic surgeon, former professional golfer and a leading authority on the history of the Olympic Games.
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