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Jasmine Moore had a most excellent weekend in Albuquerque, taking the WLs in the long and triple jumps. Jasmine also set the AR indoors in the Triple jump and the #3 all-time long jump for an American! 

INDIANAPOLIS — Winning jumps double at the NCAA Indoor Championships for the second year in a row and bettering the American record in the women’s triple jump, Jasmine Moore (Gainesville, Florida/USATF Florida) earned recognition as the ninth USATF Athlete of the Week award winner for 2023.

The University of Florida junior Moore, a Tokyo Olympian and Team USATF member at last year’s World Athletics Championships in Eugene, defended her titles in the long jump and triple jump at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships in Albuquerque with the best pair of performances in meet history, three times bettering the ratified American indoor record in the triple jump. Her winning mark of 15.12m/49-7.25 is also superior to the ratified outdoor AR and ranks her fifth on the all-time world indoor performer list.

All five of Moore’s legal marks in the triple jump were better than the existing AR, and she added a superb collegiate record in the long jump with a 7.03m/23-0.75 leap that moved her to equal third on the all-time U.S. indoor performer list. Both of her winning marks are world leaders for 2023. Moore also won the long jump/triple jump double at last year’s NCAA outdoor championships.

Other top performances from last week:

  1. Kay Glynn, 70, set masters women’s 70-74 American records in the pentathlon, pole vault, and triple jump at the USATF Masters Indoor Championships in Louisville. Glynn tallied 3,632 points to add more than 500 points to the pentathlon AR and cleared 2.90m/9-6.25 in the pole vault. Her 8.34m/27-4.5 in the triple jump added 44cm to the existing AR.
  2. Britton Wilson bettered the American record in the women’s 400m with a 49.48 at the NCAA Championships in Albuquerque and anchored Arkansas to the fastest indoor 4×400 relay time ever with a 49.14 split, also the fastest in indoor history.
  3. Kyle Garland shattered the collegiate record in the men’s heptathlon at the NCAA Championships, scoring 6,639 points and missing the world record by only six points. His score is the second-highest in history.
  4. Kallin Carolus Khan won the men’s USATF 50km Road Championships by more than two minutes in 2:52:50.
  5. Andrea Pomaranski was the women’s winner at the USATF 50km Road Championships, clocking 3:07:51 to win…

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