A good jump in the Olympics is about 8.30 meters (a little more than 27 feet) and greater for a medal.
Dwight Phillips of the United States won the men's long jomp event in the 2004 Olympic Games with a jump of 8.59 meters and Tatyana Lebedeva of Russia won the women's long jump with a jump of 7.07 meters.
Long jump was started in original Olympics in ancient Greece.
the length of how long you can jump
The long jump has a long history. It was invent during the tiem of the ancient olympics.
High jump or long jump.
The bronze medalist in the Men's Long Jump event at the Rio 2016 Olympics was Greg Rutherford.
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The gold medal in the Men's Long Jump event at the Rio 2016 Olympics was given to Jeff Henderson.
Luvo Manyonga received the silver medal in the Men's Long Jump event at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
History has not recorded when the long jump was invented, however, it is known that the long jump was an event of the first ancient Olympics held in 776 BC. Participants were required to hold weights in each hand as they jumped. The long jump has been a part of the Modern Olympics since they were first staged in 1896.
Greg Rutherford won a Long Jump Gold Medal with a Jump of 8.31
The country that won the gold medal in the Men's Long jump at the Rio 2016 Olympics was the United States.
The silver medal winner in the Men's Long Jump event at the Rio 2016 Olympics was South Africa.
The country winning the bronze medal in the Men's Long Jump event at the Rio 2016 Olympics was Great Britain.
Men's long jump 1968.
they are the ones who record the length of you jump.
The long jump has been around for over 2800 years and was one of the original events in the ancient Olympics. Click on the 'History of the Long Jump' link below to learn more.
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Yvette Williams won gold in the long jump at the 1952 Games in Helsinki. She became the first New Zealand woman to win gold at the Olympics.