Caribbean Women’s Triple Jump Final Breakdown at World Athletics Championships

Caribbean Stars Poised to Shine in Women’s Triple Jump Final

On the eve of the highly anticipated women’s triple jump final at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon, six talented athletes from the Caribbean region are set to showcase their prowess.

Leading the charge is Ana Lucia Jose Tima of the Dominican Republic, who enters the finals with the third-furthest jump and a new national record of 14.52 meters.

Jamaica’s triple jump contingent is especially formidable, boasting three strong contenders:

  1. Shanieka Ricketts, who recorded an impressive 14.45-meter jump in the qualifiers, will be looking to assert her dominance.
  2. Ackeila Smith, who personal-bested with a 14.36-meter leap.
  3. The experienced Kimberly Williams, who qualified with a 14.27-meter jump.

Representing Dominica in the triple jump finals is Thea LaFond, who soared to a 14.39-meter jump in the qualifying round. Rounding out the Caribbean contestants is Leyanis Perez Hernandez of Cuba, who secured her spot with a 14.30-meter effort.

“As the world’s top triple jump athletes converge on the global stage, these six Caribbean stars will undoubtedly be aiming to make their mark and potentially rewrite the record books.”

The electrifying women’s triple jump final promises to be a thrilling showcase of power, precision, and pure athletic excellence.

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