Yulimar Rojas, olympic champion in triple jump


Olympic glory for the Boat! Yulimar Rojas inmortalizó his name in the athletics

Published:1/08/2021 - 18:02h

Updated:1/08/2021 - 18:02h

Yulimar Rojas, athlete of the FC Barcelona, won the medal of gold and beat the world-wide record in triple jump; Adrián Ben and Carolina Oaks expect to make history

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The athletics of the FC Barcelona lived a historical day in the Olympic games of Tokyo. The Venezuelan athlete Yulimar Rojas heaved with the medal of gold of the feminine triple jump. The new champion beat the olympic record and the world-wide mark in his participation, with 15.45 and 15.67, respectively.

Rojas was the most stood out athlete in the feminine final of the triple jump. The Venezuelan imposed three marks that any of his rivals at least could brush. In his first attempt, the Venezuelan already beat the olympic record with 15.45. It followed the competition whereas the crack culé followed trying break his own mark. It approached in the fourth jump of six, with 15.25, and even so anybody dared to approach to the same.

It started destroying the maximum olympic, and the last would not be the exception. It was in the sixth jump in which the athlete of the Barça broke the world-wide record reaching the 15.67 metres… Historical! The Barcelona club possesses in his breast to the best athlete of triple jump of the world, that has grieve 25 years and that does not have direct competition at present.

Patrícia Mamona Was the athlete that more near was of the astronomical mark of Rojas, with 15.1. That is to say, the Venezuelan imposed three records, far of the Portuguese and of the Spaniard Ana Peleteiro, those who did with the medals of silver and bronze, respectively. It is important to highlight that Peleteiro and Rojas are mates of training, as they are under the direction of the medallista olympic, the Cuban Iván Pedroso.

Athletes culés

Likewise, the Galician Adrián Ben classified for the final of the 800 smooth metres and converted like this in the first Spanish man in competing by the medals in said discipline. By his part, the sevillana Carolina Oaks achieved his ticket to the final of the 3.000 obstacles after being recalificada luegos to having been victim in a fall during the semifinals.

After the historical success achieved by Yulimar Rojas, Adrián Ben and Carolina Oaks could reach the olympic podium in representation of the FC Barcelona. Definitely, a success that the Barcelona club and the barcelonismo celebrates, as the hopes in a future of gold, silver and bronze seem to be ensured in the olympic athletics, and clear, with stamp culé.

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