found that the standing long jump values in 11- year-old boys were 166.5±20.6 cm, and those values in girls were 157.5±20.2 cm. Standing long jump values in 12- year-old boys were 174.6±17.8 cm and they were 161.4±20.6 cm in girls. The same value was 182.4±22.1 cm in 13- year-old boys and 169.6±20.6 cm for girls.... see details ›
Arianna Montgomery, unattached, broke the record for the 13 year old Girls Long Jump with a 5.31m (17'5”). The previous record was 5.19m (17'. 25”). Kiaeem Thomas from Track 757 Track & Field Club crushed the Boys 17-18 year old High Jump, jumping a 2.03m (6'8”) and breaking the meet record of 1.91m (6'3”).... see more ›
According to Norms for Fitness, Performance and Health, 13- to 14-year-old boys can use the following scale to assess their jump: The average, or 50th-percentile, jump is about 17 inches. The 10th to 20th percentiles run from 12.3 to 13.8 inches.... read more ›
But when he soared 17 feet, 2¾ inches last Friday, it was farther than anyone his age had ever long jumped before. His leap occurred at the United Age Group Track Coaches Association Invitational at Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania.... see details ›
Standing jump 1.616 m
On 13 May 2016, Evan Ungar (CAN) leapt from a standing position on to a platform measuring 1.616 m (5 ft 3.6 in) high.... view details ›
In the 7 to 12 years old range, girls jumped a distance between 1.2 and 1.6 m, and boys 9 to 14 years old jumped a distance between 1.4 and 1.9 m (Haubenstricker and Seefeldt, in Malina et al., 2004).... see details ›
Gallaugher has clocked 11.72 seconds for the 100m, faster than any one in his age group in the US or Australia.... read more ›
Internationally, American Randy Williams holds the world long jump record for junior athletes of 8.34 meters, or 27 feet 4.5 inches. For women, the junior world record is 7.14 meters, a little more than 23 feet 5 inches, which is held by Heike Drechsler of Germany.... see details ›
While Reilly finished eighth in his heat, his time of 4:19.01 broke the 14-year-old age group world record of 4:19.73 set in 2010 by Ryan Silva, an Arizona native and now a Stanford graduate. The first Redtrack.... continue reading ›
|1.||12||22' 3.75 (2.6)PR|
|2.||15-16||21' 11 (.7)PR|
|3.||11||21' 2.75 (1.2)PR|
|4.||11||20' 10 (.4)PR|
|Athletics Long jump|
|A long jumper at the 2007 Military World Games|
|Men||Mike Powell 8.95 m (29 ft 41⁄4 in) (1991)|
|Women||Galina Chistyakova 7.52 m (24 ft 8 in) (1988)|
17-10 is an excellent jump at that age.... view details ›
99% of players will never have a 40-inch vertical, no matter how hard they train. And it's highly unlikely you'll double your vertical jump with those programs in the next 12 weeks. Anyone who tells you different is out to SELL YOU something (that probably doesn't work as advertised).... continue reading ›
|above average||20 - 24||41-50|
|average||16 - 20||31-40|
|below average||12 - 16||21-30|
|poor||8 - 12||11-20|
Average Vertical Jump For Various Sports.
|Sport||Average Vertical Jump (inch | cm)|
|NBA Basketball||29.0 | 73.7|
|MLB Baseball||30.0 | 76.2|
|Men's Soccer||26.5 | 67.3|
|Women's Soccer||18.5 | 47.0|
The world record for having the most number of children officially recorded is 69 by the first of two wives of Feodor Vassilyev (1707-1782), a peasant from Shuya, 150 miles east of Moscow. In 27 confinements, she gave birth to 16 pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets and four sets of quadruplets.... see details ›
Copepods are the world's best animal jumpers, suggests a new study that determined these tiny crustaceans jump with greater muscle power than kangaroos, frogs and all other impressive animal leapers. Mackerel, herring, jellyfish and countless underwater predators feed on copepods.... continue reading ›
17-10 is an excellent jump at that age.... continue reading ›
Standing jump 1.616 m
On 13 May 2016, Evan Ungar (CAN) leapt from a standing position on to a platform measuring 1.616 m (5 ft 3.6 in) high.... see details ›
In the 7 to 12 years old range, girls jumped a distance between 1.2 and 1.6 m, and boys 9 to 14 years old jumped a distance between 1.4 and 1.9 m (Haubenstricker and Seefeldt, in Malina et al., 2004).... see more ›
Internationally, American Randy Williams holds the world long jump record for junior athletes of 8.34 meters, or 27 feet 4.5 inches. For women, the junior world record is 7.14 meters, a little more than 23 feet 5 inches, which is held by Heike Drechsler of Germany.... read more ›
Age Divisions * 8 & Under (previously Sub-Bantam)9-10 (previously Bantam)11-12 (previously Midget)13-14 (previously Youth)15-16 (previously Intermediate)17-18 (previously Young) *Note: Per USATF Competition Rules (300.1 b-d), Youth age divisions are determined by an athlete’s year of birth.. EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m13.69Nolan HickmanAuburn, WAWichita, KS07/31/11200m28.13Sidi Njie---Jacksonville, FL08/01/15400m1:03.30Sidi Njie---Jacksonville, FL08/02/15800m2:29.55Brandon Leacock---Jacksonville, FL08/01/151500m5:08.52Daniel Skandera---Jacksonville, FL08/02/154x100m Relay56.74Miami Northwest Express---Jacksonville, FL08/01/154x100m Relay56.74(Therman Hawkins, Tareek Rankine, Phillip Rawlings, Laurenz Colbert)4x400m Relay4:52.00Carolina Elite T&F---Baltimore, MD07/29/124x400m Relay4.52.00(Anthony Vincent, Byrum Brown, Silas Denmary, Kailen Perry)Long Jump4.46 m / 14' 7¼"Kendrick Law---Baltimore, MD07/26/12Shot Put 8.39 m / 27' 6½"Angelo Allen---Baltimore, MD07/29/12Mini Javelin Throw33.29 m / 109' 3"Maalik MurphyInglewood, CABaltimore, MD07/25/12 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m12.73Richard Washington Inglewood, CAChapel Hill, NC07/28/91200m25.83Rannell HallMiami, FLMiami, FL08/02/03400m58.74Jules NoelBoynton Beach, FLBaton Rouge, LA07/25/97800m2:19.74Robert AmickSunnyvale, CAIndianapolis, IN07/30/051500m4:43.70Robert AmickSunnyvale, CAIndianapolis, IN07/31/051500m Race Walk7:13.01Tristan RuossFayetteville, ARAuburn, AL07/02/924x100m Relay51.63Miami Metro-DadeMiami, FLMiami, FL08/03/034x100m Relay51.63(Leo Simmons, Darryl Brown, Shaquille Kearse, Rannell Hall)4x400m Relay4:10.69Speed City TC---Wichita, KS07/30/114x400m Relay4:10.69(Jalen Johnson, Darien Mars, Tyson McDonald, Joshua Wilcox)High Jump1.56 m / 5' 1¼"Sean LeeRancho Santa Margarita, CASacramento, CA07/31/10Long Jump4.97 m / 16' 3¾"Thomas JohnsonDallas, TXEugene, OR07/29/04Shot Put 13.40 m / 43' 11.75"Dylan Carter---Baltimore, MD07/28/12Mini Javelin Throw44.87 m / 144' 11"Eugene Brooks IVLas Vegas, NVSacramento, CA07/27/16Triathlon1236Ashton Allen---Baltimore, MD07/24/12 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m11.68Jordan Byrd---Baltimore, MD07/27/08200m23.37Bryce LoveWake Forest, NCGreensboro, NC08/01/09400m50.75Bryce LoveWake Forest, NCGreensboro, NC08/02/09800m2:06.51Elias GedyonLos Angeles, CAIndianapolis, IN07/30/051500m4:30.87Elias GedyonLos Angeles, CAIndianapolis, IN07/31/053000m9:38.52Chris DominicSan Lorenzo, CASeattle, WA08/01/9880m Hurdles11.74Kenny LambeHilton Head, SCBaton Rouge, LA07/26/971500m Race Walk6:44.01Tristan RuossFayetteville, ARAuburn, AL07/02/924x100m Relay47.75Glenarden TCUpper Marlboro, MDGainesville, FL07/31/944x100m Relay47.75(Bruce Haigler, Kenneth Lewis, Howard Jefferson, Adrian Washington)4x400m Relay3:47.50Glenarden TCUpper Marlboro, MDGainesville, FL07/31/944x400m Relay3:47.50(Bruce Haigler, Kenneth Lewis, Howard Jefferson, Adrian Washington)4x800m Relay9:19.93Speed City TCCarson, CABaltimore, MD07/29/094x800m Relay9:19.93(J. Jackson, J. Levias, B. Scott, C. Wilcox)High Jump1.76 m / 5' 9¼"Sean LeeOrange County, CABaltimore, MD07/27/12Long Jump5.51 m / 18' 1"Matthew GreenBelle Vernon, PAIndianapolis, IN07/30/05Shot Put16.36 m / 53' 8¼"Elijah ZouchaOmaha, NESacramento, CA08/01/10Discus Throw40.81 m / 133' 10"Daniel RichardsonBakersfield, CASacramento, CA07/30/10Mini Javelin Throw53.30 m / 174' 10"Otis StatumRichmond, CASacramento, CA07/29/10Pentathlon (new)2854Jaiden WoodbeyFontana, CABaltimore, MD07/24/12Pentathlon (old)3120M.. Obea MooreLos Angeles, CABaton Rouge, LA08/01/93800m1:56.36Cody HarperAlbuquerque, NMSacramento, CA07/28/011500m4:05.25Elias GedyonLos Angeles, CAWalnut, CA07/29/073000m9:08.13Erik GarciaMcFarland, CABaton Rouge, LA07/31/93100m Hurdles12.94Tyrone ButterfieldMiami, FLChapel Hill, NC07/28/91200m Hurdles23.99Trey CharlesSmyrna, GAMiami, FL08/03/033000m Race Walk13:42.07Tyler SorensonLafayatte, CAOmaha, NE07/22/084x100m Relay43.25 Florida Elite Track ClubOrlando, FLMiami, FL08/03/034x100m Relay43.25(Walter Dix, Michael Dowdell, Joshua Wimbley, David Owen)4x400m Relay3:23.96LA JetsLos Angeles, CABaton Rouge, LA08/01/934x400m Relay3:23.96(Lonie Cruel, Aaron Dean, Patrick McCall, Obea Moore)4x800m Relay8:24.03Wildcat Youth Sports---Indianapolis, IN07/27/054x800m Relay8:24.03(T Wilson, S Warren, J Burkley, H Shephard III)High Jump1.94 m / 6' 4¼"Grayson GallowayBrevard, NCBaton Rouge, LA07/29/93Pole Vault4.28 m / 14' 0½"Bill LangeBridgewater, NJ1977Long Jump6.68 m / 21' 11"Javier RodriguezMiami, FLWalnut, CA07/29/07Triple Jump13.19 m / 43' 3¼"Kason CovingtonBoise, IDBaltimore, MD07/27/06Shot Put19.29 m / 63' 3½"Chris SpragueHouston, TX07/28/96Discus Throw58.32 m / 194' 4"Annthony DudleyEl Paso, TXSacramento, CA07/29/10Javelin Throw (new)56.63 m / 185' 9"Carlan NaisantTempe, AZHumble, TX07/25/14Javelin Throw (old)56.11 m / 184' 1"Brandon RaccaIowa, LASeattle, WA08/02/98Pentathlon3584Joseph DelgadoOntario, ORGreensboro, NC07/28/09 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m10.51Jeremy RankinAurora, COBaltimore, MD07/28/06200m 21.10W.. Obea MooreLos Angeles, CASan Jose, CA07/29/95800m1:50.51Howard Shepard IIIDallas, TXWalnut, CA07/28/071500m3:54.02Nathan MathabanePortland, ORWalnut, CA07/29/073000m8:27.0Billy HarperPhilomath, ORBaton Rouge, LA07/23/93110m Hurdles13.74Wayne DavisRaleigh, NCWalnut, CA07/29/07400m Hurdles51.56William WynneKennesaw, GABaltimore, MD07/30/062000m Steeplechase6:02.84Jason BrownProvo, UTGainesville, FL07/31/883000m Race Walk12:55.18Tristan RuossFayetteville, AROmaha, NE08/01/995000m Race Walk23:30.93Jared SwehoskySalem, ORMiami, FL07/30/034x100m Relay40.90LA JetsLancaster, CABaton Rouge, LA07/27/974x100m Relay40.90(Daniel Menthuhotep, Warren Rogers, Dashaun McCullough, Travon Walton)4x400m Relay3:13.40New Horizon "A"GeorgiaSacramento, CA07/29/014x400m Relay3:13.40(Lawrence Jackson, Cedric Goodman, Reginald Witherspoon, Michael Grant)4x800m Relay7:41.30Texas Stars TCWalnut, CA07/28/074x800m Relay7:41.30(Howard Shepard III, Sirron Warren, Jodale Burkley, Eric Gosset)High Jump2.15 m / 7' 0½"Eric BishopChatsworth, GALos Angeles, CA08/01/92Pole Vault4.90 m / 16' 0.75"Armand Duplantis---Jacksonville, FL07/30/15Long Jump7.35 m / 24' 1½"Steven HansleyEast Orange, NJ---1979Triple Jump15.08 m / 49' 5¾"Chris HerculesPalatine, ILSan Jose, CA07/29/95Shot Put19.29 m / 63' 3½"Chris SpragueEugene, ORHouston, TX07/26/96Discus Throw54.58 m / 179' 1"David BlockHanover Park, ILWalnut, CA07/28/07Hammer Throw63.73 m / 209' 1"Bradley BoltonLake Forest, CAOmaha, NE07/22/08Javelin Throw62.90 m / 206' 4"Roman MitchellGarner, NCSacramento, CA07/31/16Decathlon7000Gunnar NixonEdmond, OKGreensboro, NC07/29/09 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m10.30Quincy WattsWoodland Hills, CAProvo, UT07/25/87200m 20.50Quincy WattsWoodland Hills, CAProvo, UT07/25/87400m45.63Jerome YoungHartford, CTSan Jose, CA07/30/95800m1:49.49Nick DavenportTexasBuffalo, NY07/27/001500m3:54.71Paul KinserGreensboro, NCChapel Hill, NC07/28/913000m8:41.25Jacob Smith---Wichita, KS07/28/115000m14:27.14Yong-Sung LealSan Leandro, CASacramento, CA07/28/01110m Hurdles13.41Booker Nunley---Omaha, NE07/27/08400m Hurdles49.77Kerron ClementMissouri City, TXOmaha, NE 07/29/022000m Steeplechase5:53.71Orla KastbergGrantville, NYDurham, NC07/29/833000m Race Walk12:54.88Kevin EastlerFarmington, MEGainesville, FL07/31/945000m Race Walk21:53:80Jared SwehoskyStayton, ORIndianapolis, IN07/27/054x100m Relay39.73Track HoustonHouston, TXSeattle, WA08/01/984x100m Relay39.73(R. Beard, B.. Gay, J. Harris, T. Williams)4x400m Relay3:06.22So Cal Running Cougars---Walnut, CA07/29/074x400m Relay3:06.22(Reggie Wyatt, Joey Hughes, Nevin Gutteriez, Jeshua Anderson)4x800m Relay7:35.27East Coast ClassicsLincoln, NELincoln, NE08/02/814x800m Relay7:35.27(Names not available)High Jump2.23 m / 7' 3¾"Maurice CrumbySan Francisco, CADurham, NC07/31/83High Jump2.23 m / 7' 3¾"Rick NojiSeattle, WASeattle, WA07/85Pole Vault5.31 m / 17' 5"Casey RocheLos Gatos, CABaltimore, MD07/30/06Long Jump7.60 m / 24' 11¼"Sheddric FieldsDallas, TXChapel Hill, NC07/25/91Triple Jump16.72 m / 54' 10¼"Kenneth HallBaker, LAEugene, OR0729/04Shot Put20.43 m / 67' 0½"Dwight JohnsonPhoenix, AZProvo, UT07/24/87Discus Throw63.20 m / 207' 4"Clint JohnsonOverland Park, KS---1979Hammer Throw77.67 m / 254' 10"Conor McColloughCanoga Park, CAGreensboro, NC07/28/09Javelin Throw66.94 m / 219' 7"Patrick RamseySimsboro, LABaton Rouge, LA07/26/97Decathlon7405Donovan KilmartinMeridian, IDSacramento, CA07/25/01 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m14.11Tarianna Jackson---Jacksonville, FL08/02/15200m28.48Tarianna Jackson---Jacksonville, FL08/01/15400m1:06.53Jada Edwards---Jacksonville, FL08/02/15800m2:38.26Lucea WrightSilverlake, CABaltimore, MD07/28/121500m5:32.33Dashana MorrisDurham, NCBaltimore, MD07/31/114x100m Relay1:01.01Track Houston TCHouston, TXWichita, KS07/30/114x100m Relay1:01.01(Jalen Elrod, Maryyah Hampton, Daja Maxey, Adaora Nwokeji)4x400m Relay4:58.22Los Angeles JetsLos Angeles, CABaltimore, MD07/27/124x400m Relay4:58.22(Eleya Brown, Sydney Holden, Kyli Dixon, Lucea Wright)Long Jump3.73 m / 12' 3"Azariayah Bryant---Baltimore, MD07/28/12Shot Put 7.34 m / 24' 1"Kimora Daniel---Baltimore, MD07/27/12Mini Javelin Throw23.15 m / 75' 11"Cameron Chapman---Jacksonville, FL07/30/15 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m12.85Angela WilliamsOntario, CALincoln, NE07/29/90200m26.50Robin ReynoldsMiami, FLEugene, OR07/31/04400m59.81Monique HendersonSan Diego, CABaton Rouge, LA07/30/93800m2:23.16Daesha RogersMiami, FLGreensboro, NC08/01/091500m4:51.62Daesha RogersMiami, FLGreensboro, NC08/02/091500m Race Walk7:30.8hElizabeth PaxtonCypress, CASan Diego, CA07/18/934x100m Relay52.91Miramar Optimist, TCMiramar, FLBaltimore, MD07/28/124x100m Relay52.91(Jada Bell, Amaya Strange, Myrka Cadet, Briana Williams)4x400m Relay4:19.0Fast Action TCLos Angeles, CABaton Rouge, LA07/29/934x400m Relay4:19.0(Angela Perkins, Nissa Rahim, Lashinda Demus, Quiana Powell)High Jump1.50 m / 4' 11"Victoria PlummerSan Fernando, CABaltimore, MD07/25/12Long Jump4.67 m/15'4"Margaux JonesRedland, LAWalnut, CA07/28/07Shot Put10.46 m / 34' 4"Amber CurtisMonroe, WISan Jose, CA07/28/95Mini Javelin Throw37.15 m / 121' 10"Mystasia AlexanderLynwood, CAWalnut, CA07/28/07Triathlon1511Cheyla Scott---Jacksonville, FL07/28/15 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m12.10Angela WilliamsOntario, CAWalnut, CA07/31/92200m24.47Angela WilliamsOntario, CAWalnut, CA08/01/92 400m55.01Robin ReynoldsMiami, FLIndianapolis, IN07/31/05800m2:13.12Raevyn RogersMissouri City, TXIndianapolis, IN07/30/051500m4:41.62Claudia FrancisLaurelton, NYIndianapolis, IN07/31/053000m10:12.47Claudia FrancisLaurelton, NYIndianapolis, IN07/29/0580m Hurdles11.94Jasmyne GrahamMoreno Valley, CAGreensboro, NC08/02/091500m Race Walk6:53.70Danielle SafranBrentwood, NYLincoln, NE07/26/904x100m Relay49.17Texas HeatFt.. Worth, TXHouston, TX07/28/964x100m Relay49.17(Chauntae Bayne, Genece Glover, Donette Chambers, Terrika Warren)4x400m Relay3:56.86Quiet Fire TCHawthorne, CASacramento, CA08/01/104x400m Relay3:56.86(Kayla Richardson, Lauren Williams, Kyla Richardson, Jeanette Paul)4x800m Relay9:38.94United Stars TCPhiladelphia, PAHouston, TX07/27/964x800m Relay9:38.94(Alish Jackson-Bowser, Tiffany Abney, Evelyn Dwyer, Alycia Williams)High Jump1.69 m / 5' 6½"Stacey DestinBoynton Beach, FLOmaha, NE07/24/08Long Jump5.52 m / 18' 1½"Myra CombsLake Charles, LAChapel Hill, NC07/27/91Shot Put13.51 m / 44' 4"Ashlie BlakeLas Vegas, NVOmaha, NE07/26/08Discus Throw37.46 m / 122' 10"Amber CurtisMonroe, WIBaton Rouge, LA07/24/97Mini Javelin Throw42.88 m / 140' 8"Hannah CarsonMesa, AZIndianapolis, IN07/28/05Pentathlon (new)3412Stacey DestinBoynton Beach, FLOmaha, NE07/23/08Pentathlon (old)3291Gayle HunterRialto, CASeattle, WA07/29/98 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m11.61Sanya RichardsPembroke Pines, FLOmaha, NE08/01/99200m23.41Kaylin WhitneyFLBaltimore, MD07/28/12400m53.40Brandi CrossHouston, TXOmaha, NE07/28/02800m2:08.17Raevyn RogersHouston, TXGreensboro, NC08/01/091500m4:28.61Jordan HassayArroyo Grande, CAIndianapolis, IN07/29/053000m9:35.12Jordan HassayArroyo Grande, CAIndianapolis, IN07/30/05100m Hurdles13.85Trinity WilsonOakland, CAOmaha, NE07/27/08200m Hurdles26.55Jasmyne GrahamMoreno Valley, CASacramento, CA07/31/103000m Race Walk14:46.46Anya-Maria RuossFayetteville, ARWalnut, CA07/30/924x100m Relay46.72North Texas Cheetahs---Jacksonville, FL08/01/154x100m Relay46.72(names not available)4x400m Relay3:43.90Rate of Motion TCLoganville, GAWichita, KS07/31/114x400m Relay3:43.90(Aliyah Abrams, Serenity Douglas, Venida Fagan, Alexandria Fuller)4x800m Relay9:15.68United Stars,Track ClubPhiladelphia, PAMiami, FL07/29/034x800m Relay9:15.68(La Vaugh Jones, Kameesha Worthington, Benita Taylor, Clara Vines)High Jump1.71 m / 5' 7¼"Sondra BiereDes Moines, IALincoln, NE07/27/90Pole Vault3.50 m / 11' 5¾"Meagan GrayKyle, TXWichita, KS07/28/11Long Jump5.84 m / 19' 2"Karynn DunnDiamond Bar, CAIndianapolis, IN07/29/05Triple Jump12.23 m / 40' 1"Jasmine Moore---Jacksonville, FL08/01/15Shot Put15.88 m / 52' 1¼"Kennedy BlahnikAlgoma, WISacramento, CA07/31/10Discus Throw43.69 m / 143' 4"Kennedy BlahnikAlgoma, WISacramento, CA07/31/10Javelin Throw (new)52.90 m / 173' 6"Hannah CarsonMesa, AZWalnut, CA07/26/07Javelin Throw (old)41.04 m / 134' 7"Katy PolanskiEugene, ORHouston, TX07/25/96Pentathlon3521Alyissa HasanWilliamsville, NYSacramento, CA07/24/01 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m11.34Angela WilliamsOntario, CASan Jose, CA07/28/95200m 23.06Bianca KnightRidgeland, MSEugene, OR07/31/04400m52.11Stephanie SmithMacon, GASacramento, CA07/29/01800m2:04.83Phillis FrancisLaurelton-Queens, NYOmaha, NE07/26/081500m4:25.57Suzy FavorStevens Point, WIBaton Rouge, LA07/22/843000m9:37.09Caitlin LaneGansevoort, NYIndianapolis, IN07/30/05100m Hurdles13.45Tia Jones---Jacksonville, FL08/02/15400m Hurdles58.26Ebony CollinsLos Angeles, CAIndianapolis, IN07/31/052000m Steeplechase6:56.97Eleanor FultonLone Tree, COOmaha, NE07/22/083000m Race Walk14:29.81Lisa KutzingPort Jefferson, NYSan Jose, CA07/30/955000m Race Walk 26:46.00Dana VeredParamus, CAEugene, OR07/28/044x100m Relay45.51Dallas Gold TCDallas, TXOmaha, NE07/26/084x100m Relay45.51(Keondra Mallard, Jerneshia Mergerson, Tiffany Hines, Ashley Collier)4x400m Relay3:38.37United StarsPhiladelphia, PAIndianapolis, IN07/28/054x400m Relay3:38.37(Dominque Darden, Tiffany Abney, Tiffany Bradley, Evelyn Dwyer)4x800m Relay8:54.95United StarsPhiladelphia, PAIndianapolis, IN07/27/054x800m Relay8:54.95(Devon Williams, Channelle Price, Syeeda Gee, Benita Taylor)High Jump1.82 m / 5' 11½"Shanay Briscoe---Walnut, CA07/29/07Pole Vault4.00 m / 13' 1½"Katie VeithFort Wayne, INIndianapolis, IN07/29/05Long Jump6.15 m / 20' 2¼"Kathy HarrisonEast Point, GASanta Clara, CA08/15/80Triple Jump12.94 m / 42' 5½"Ciarra BrewerUnion City, CAGreensboro, NC07/30/09Shot Put15.19 m / 49' 10"Michelle CarterOvilla, TXSacramento, CA07/27/01Discus Throw48.83 m / 140' 6"Josephine Schaefer---Jacksonville, FL07/31/15Hammer Throw46.84 m / 153' 8"Lauren ChamersAcworth, GAWalnut, CA07/26/07Javelin Throw46.53 m / 152' 8"Rachel Walker---Buffalo, NY07/29/00Heptathlon5052Shana WoodsLong Beach, CAEugene, OR07/29/04 EventPerformanceNameHome CityPerformance LocationDate 100m11.1hMichelle GloverPennsauken, NJ---1980200m 23.24Victoria JordanFortworth, TXWalnut, CA07/29/07200m23.24Cassondra Hall---Jacksonville, FL08/01/15400m51.31Monique HendersonCaliforniaBuffalo, NY07/27/00800m2:05.27Sarah BowmanKnoxville, TNIndianapolis, IN07/24/051500m4:26.39Cecilia HoppCos Cob, CTLincoln, NE08/02/813000m9:37.24Dana BoyleCarbondale, COSeattle, WA07/30/98100m Hurdles13.35April WilliamsDallas, TXBaltimore, MD07/29/06400m Hurdles57.67Turquoise ThompsonLakewood, CAOmaha, NE07/27/082000m Steeplechase6:54.37Alyssa AllisonHUC, MOOmaha, NE07/22/083000m Race Walk14:49.26Robyn Stevens---Buffalo, NY07/27/005000m Race Walk25:20.51Robyn StevensVacaville, CASacramento, CA07/25/014x100m Relay44.43Dallas Gold Track Club---Walnut, CA07/29/074x100m Relay44.43(Lakeidra Stewart, Alex Pedram, Brittany Carr, Victoria Jordan)4x400m Relay3:35.51United Stars "A"Philadelphia, PA Sacramento, CA07/29/014x400m Relay3:35.51(Evelyn Dwyer, Dominique Darden, Danielle Rogers, Tiffany Abney)4x800m Relay8:50.72United Stars---Walnut, CA07/25/074x800m Relay8:50.72(Ije Iheoma, Benita Taylor, Syeeda Gee, Channelle Price)High Jump1.85 m / 6' 0¾"Adrianne SimsFayetteville, NCBaton Rouge, LA07/25/96Pole Vault4.21 m / 13' 9¾"Natalie WillerOmaha, NEOmaha, NE07/25/08Long Jump6.36 m / 20' 10½"Angela HenryOmaha, NEGainesville, FL07/29/94Triple Jump13.01 m / 42' 8¼"Alicia BroussardHouston, TXHouston, TX07/28/96Shot Put16.41 m / 53' 10¼"Christina Hillman---Baltimore, MD07/25/12Discus Throw52.49 m / 172' 2"Cindy JohnsonMesa, AZLincoln, NE08/01/82Hammer Throw55.93 m / 182' 2"Emelda Malm-Annan---Jacksonville, FL07/29/15Javelin Throw52.30 m / 171' 1"Avionne AllgoodLas Vegas, NVWichita, KS07/31/11Heptathlon5365Diana PicklerSache, TXSacramento, CA07/25/01Pentathlon (new) = new scoring with 80m Hurdles
15 Feet 10.25inches is a 12-year-old’s record long jump. Also, what is the average 15-year-old’s long jump? The average distance in the long jump is around 10 to 15 feet.
15 Feet 10.25inches is a 12-year-old’s record long jump.. The average distance in the long jump is around 10 to 15 feet.. Average 221-230 7′ 3″ 7′ 6.5″ under average 211-220 6′ 11″ 7′ 2.5″ Standing Long Jump Test (Broad Jump) rating (cm) (feet, inches) very good 241-250 7′ 11″ 8′ 2.5″ above average 231-240 7′ 7″ 7′ 10.5″ average 221-230 7′ 3″ 7′ 6.5″ below average 211-220 6′ 11″ 7′ 2.5″ what is a good distance for Triple Jump?. Long Jump Rules The athlete’s foot should not cross the front edge of the foul line.. Long jump Athletics Long jump World Mike Powell 8.95 m (29 ft 4 14 in) (1988) Olympic Bob Beamon 8.90 m (29 ft 2 14 in) (1988) Women’s records World Galina Chistyakova 7.52 m (24 ft 8 in) (1988) Men’s records World Galina Chistyakova 7.52 m (24 ft 8 in) (1988) Women’s records World Galina Chistyakova. A popular track and field event is the running long jump, also known as justthe long jump.. At the 1968 Olympics, BobBeamon broke the world record for long jump (8.90 meters/29 feet, 2.5 inches) at Mexico City’s altitude, which was one of Olympic history’s greatest achievements.. TheBroad Jump, also known as the Standing Long Jump, is a common and simple test of explosive leg power.. See more long jumping records.. The “hop” phase, the “step” phase, and the “jump” phase are the three phases of the jump itself.. For men, the running long jump record is around 29 feet (a little less than 9 meters), while for women, it is around 24′8′′.. Johnathan Edwards (with a jump of 18.29 meters (60 feet 0 inches) and Inessa Kravets of Ukraine (with a jump of 15.50 meters (50 feet 10 inches) are the current male and female world record holders.. Triple jump, also known as hop, step, and jump, is an athletics (track and field) event in which an athlete makes a horizontal jump for distance that incorporates three distinct, continuous movements: a hop, in which the athlete takes off and lands on the same foot; a step, landing on the other foot; and a jump, landing on any given foot.
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World Record Indoors: 8.79m Carl Lewis USA (1984, New York, USA). World Record M35:8.50m Carl Lewis USA (1996, Atlanta, USA). World Record M35: 8.50m Larry Myricks USA (1991, New York, USA). 23 Men over 8.50m (21 outdoors and 02 indoors)11 USA (07 in the all time top 12) 06 EUROPE (02 in the all time top 12) 02 CUBA (Ivan Pedroso and Jaime Jefferson) 01 PANAMA (Irving Saladino) 01 JAMAICA (James Beckford) 01 AUSTRALIA (Mitchell Watt) 01 SOUTH AFRICA (Godfrey Mokoena). Only 3 men have PBs of over 8.50m both indoors and outdoors.. Mike Powell, USA, the current long jump world record holder and longest jumper of all time with 8.95m (8.99m wind-aided) has actually jumped over 8.90m 4 times.. 8.79m World Indoor Record Holder 8.50m World Record Holder (M35 Age Group) 8.62m World Record Holder (19 Year Old Age Group) 2 World Championship Long Jump Gold Medals (1983, 1987) 4 Olympic Games Long Jump Gold Medals (1984, 1988, 1992, 1996) 7 Jumps of 8.50m or better indoors 8 Wind-legal jumps of 8.70m or better outdoors 8 Wind-assisted jumps of 8.70m or better outdoors 12 Wind-assisted jumps of 8.50m or better 32 Wind-legal jumps of 8.50m or better.. Carl Lewis (USA) 13 Seasons (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996) 2.. Carl Lewis USA, 8.87m and 9.86 for 100m Kareem Streete Thompson USA, 8.63m and 9.96 for 100m Ngonidzashe Mokusha ZIM, 8.40m and 9.89 for 100m Leroy Burrell USA, 8.37m and 9.85 for 100m Darvis Patton, USA, 8.12m and 9.88 for 100m Bruny Surin, CAN, 8.03m and 9.84 for 100m
List of world records for the long jump event
The standing long jump was a track and field event at the early Olympic Games, and the running long jump has been at all modern summer Olympics.. The standing Long Jump (which is also called the Broad Jump) was held at the Olympic Games from 1900 to 1912.. The jumper must stand at a line marked on the ground with his feet slightly apart.. Nowadays, Norway is the only country where the standing long jump is held as a national championship event.. See also the Standing Long Jump fitness test.. He set a world record for the standing long jump of 3.47m (11.4 ft) on September 3, 1904.
At the 1968 Summer Olympics Bob Beamon jumped 8.90 m (29 ft 2?1⁄4 in) at an altitude of 7,349 feet (2,240 m), a jump not exceeded for 23 years, and which remains the second longest legal jump of all time.
At the 1968 Summer Olympics Bob Beamon jumped 8.90 m (29 ft 2?1⁄4 in) at an altitude of 7,349 feet (2,240 m), a jump not exceeded for 23 years, and which remains the second longest legal jump of all time.. How many attempts do you get in long jump?. In modern competition, track and field contains four throwing and four jumping events, with a division for men and women in each event.. Long Jump.. Bob Beamon world record long jump at the 1968 Olympics (8.90 meters/29 feet, 2.5 inches), achieved at the altitude of Mexico City, was one of the great performances in Olympic history.. This is the world record for the longest fart!. The guy from London managed to sustain a fart for an officially recorded time of 2 minutes and 42 seconds!. Their bounding gait allows them to cover 25 feet in a single leap and to jump 6 feet high.. At the 1991 World Championships in Athletics (Tokyo), he broke Bob Beamon’s almost 23-year-old long jump world record by 5 cm (2 inches), leaping 8.95 m (29 ft 4¼ in).. The world record still stands, making Powell the fourth person since 1900 to hold the record for over 20 years.. The men’s long jump has been present on the Olympic athletics programme since the first Summer Olympics in 1896.. The women’s long jump was introduced over fifty years later in 1948 and was the second Olympic jumping event for women after the high jump, which was added in 1928.. The triple jump, sometimes referred to as the hop, step and jump or the hop, skip and jump, is a track and field event, similar to the long jump.. Olympic champion Renaud Lavillenie has broken Sergey Bubka’s 21-year-old pole vault world record with a 6.16m leap in the Ukrainian’s home city of Donetsk.. Javier Sotomayor (Cuba) is the current men’s record holder with a jump of 2.45 m (8 ft 0?1⁄4 in) set in 1993 – the longest standing record in the history of the men’s high jump.
Guide to record standing long or broad jump test score results of athletes
The standing long jump test , also called the Broad Jump, is a common and easy to administer test of explosive leg power.. The World Record for the standing long jump is held by Norwegian Arne Tvervaag, who jumped 3.71 meters (12' 2.1") (from Wikipedia).. The average score from the combine was 103.8 inches (2.64 m) (see the top 2012 NHL combine results ) The best score at the 2011 NHL scouting combine for standing long jump was 119.3 inches (3.03 m) by defenseman Jonathan Racine of the Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL) (see 2011 NHL combine results ) The average standing long jump recorded at the NHL entry draft scouting combine over the last few years has been 103.3 inches / 262.4 cm (2009), 102.8 inches / 261.1 cm (2010) and 103.8 inches / 263.7 cm (2011).. The best results for the Track & Field Standing Long Jump at the 2008 World Senior Games was by Donald Watson, Walnut Creek, CA, 9 foot and 10.5 inches (mens age 50-54), a new world record for that age group.. Brandon Buteaux (2014) We tested standing long jump every year at my college.. Every year I jumped at least 10'7" from the first year on.. Standing Long Jump / Men 50-54 years: 3.03m (1) Bendik Dale, Gjerpen IF (38) Gjerpen 10.02.1988 3.03m (1) Frank Furnes, Elverum IL (42) Rena 26.01.1992 Drew peacock (2017) when i was 6, i trained for a year doing standing long jump and managed by the time i was 7 to jump 65m.. Now to yrs later I still jump farther than 7 ft and only grew 3in in height Lewis hunter (2014) I'm in 7th grade with a 10ft 1in standing broad jump.. This is my first year of track and I'm doing long jump, super wish there was standing broad jump though.. Bruce S (2014) An 8th grade student of mine (in 1982) jumped 9' 3", believed to be a national record and possible world record for 14 year olds at the time.. Hold a freshman record (1948) 21feet (from ken crowell (age 83) record for standing and running long jump, June 2012) Im 14 and i don't train and i can jump a 7"10 is that good?. Never really maxed myself out with the standing long jump, I'm hoping to beat a local collegiate running long jump record at California State University Stanislaus.. (from Eynar Poulsen, Feb 2012) At 17, for a football combine I jumped 9' 3" in the broad jump.. What the years will do to you ... (from Alex K, Feb 2012) At age 12, i jumped 8ft 11in in boys standing broad jump in 8th grade.. (from marcellas cotright, Jan 2012) That sucks I'm 14 i got 210 cm and thought i was awesom (from grendel, Sept 2011) I'm 13 and i can jump 2m 43cm and there is a 14 year old in my class who can jump 2m 82cm so 6 cm is actually pretty bad for a 2 year span :P (from Tm, June 2011) Well I'm 16 years old and today i got 2 meters and 88cm, i am 5"11 and i have been training in parkour for several years ... is that good?