Athletics at the 2019 Pan American Games – Women's triple jump

The women's triple jump competition of the athletics events at the 2019 Pan American Games took place on the 9 of August at the 2019 Pan American Games Athletics Stadium. The defending Pan American Games champion is Caterine Ibargüen from Colombia.

Women's triple jump at the XVIII Pan American Games
VenueAthletics Stadium
DatesAugust 9
Competitors14 from 11 nations
Winning mark15.11 m
Medalists
Gold medal   Venezuela
Silver medal   Jamaica
Bronze medal   Cuba
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SummaryEdit

With Caterine Ibargüen not competing after participating in the long jump, Yulimar Rojas took the lead with her first jump that no the competitor would beat. Along the way to gold, her fourth attempt was 15.11 m (49 ft 6+34 in), making her the number 16 jumper in history. Silver medalist Shanieka Ricketts displayed amazing consistency with three jumps within 1 cm of her best.

RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan American Games records were as follows:

World record   Inessa Kravets (UKR) 15.50 Gothenburg, Sweden August 10, 1995
Pan American Games record   Caterine Ibargüen (COL) 14.92 Guadalajara, Mexico October 28, 2011


ScheduleEdit

Date Time Round
August 9, 2019 17:50 Final

ResultsEdit

All times shown are in meters.

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best DQ Disqualified

FinalEdit

The results were as follows[1]

Rank Name Nationality #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Mark Notes
  Yulimar Rojas   Venezuela 14.90 x 14.67 15.11 x x 15.11 +0.6 GR, NR
  Shanieka Ricketts   Jamaica x 14.76 14.76 14.43 14.70 14.77 14.77 +0.7 PB
  Liadagmis Povea   Cuba 14.39 14.60 14.16 14.10 14.38 14.29 14.60 -0.6
4 Kimberly Williams   Jamaica x 14.15 13.82 13.87 12.23 13.64 14.15 +1.4
5 Tamara Myers   Bahamas 13.54 x x 13.96 x 13.84 13.96 -0.2 SB
6 Liuba Zaldívar   Ecuador 13.64 x 13.63 13.78 13.42 13.37 13.78 +0.3
7 Ana José Tima   Dominican Republic 13.58 13.41 13.75 x 13.16 13.04 13.75 -0.2
8 Thea LaFond   Dominica 13.70 11.44 x 13.60 13.42 13.31 13.70 -0.5
9 Yosiris Urrutia   Colombia x x 13.35 13.35 +0.1
10 Davisleydi Velazco   Cuba x x 13.32 13.32 +1.2
11 Silvana Segura   Peru 13.27 12.83 12.28 13.27 +1.0
12 Sandisha Antoine   Saint Lucia 13.15 12.75 12.84 13.15 +0.8
13 Kelly McKee   United States x x 12.68 12.68 +0.3
14 Bria Matthews   United States 12.13 x x 12.13 +1.9

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Final Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-08-10. Retrieved 2019-08-10.