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Caterine Ibarguen: Finding Her Jump - Track & Field - About.com
A summary of triple jump gold medalist Caterine Ibarguen's track and field career.
An overview of the track and field triple jump event - Track & Field
caterine-ibarguen-olymp12-adam-pretty.jpg - Adam Pretty/Getty. Caterine Ibarguen, the 2013 World Championship gold medalist, displays her triple jump form.
2013 World Championship Review: Women's Jumps - Track & Field
... followed by Columbia's Caterine Ibarguen. But Saladuha surprisingly couldn't improve on her distance in the final. She led after one round by leaping 14.42/x, ...
Profile of Triple Jumper Olha Saladuha - Track & Field - About.com
... opened the World Championship final with a leap of 14.94/49-0, which stood up to win the gold medal ahead of rivals Olga Rypakova and Caterine Ibarguen.
2011 World Championships Recap: Jumps - Track & Field - About.com
The remaining medals were settled in the fifth round, when Olga Rypakova leaped 14.89/48-10¼ and Caterine Ibarguen reached 14.84/48-8¼. Long Jump:.
Women's Triple Jump Olympic Medalists - Track & Field - About.com
2012. GOLD Olga Rypakova, KAZ 14.98. SILVER Caterine Ibarguen, COL 14.80. BRONZE Olha Saladuha, UKR 14.79. Back to Olympic Triple Jump main page ...
The Best 2013 World Championship Women's Jumpers - Track & Field
Caterine Ibarguen of Columbia is the other co-favorite. Ibarguen was third in Daegu and second in London. Ibarguen won the year's first three Diamond League ...
London Olympics Preview: Jumps - Track & Field - About.com
Colombia's Caterine Ibarguen, who earned a bronze in Daegu, has leaped 14.95 /49-½ at altitude, 14.85/48-8½ at sea level in 2012. Other contenders should ...
The Top Finishers in the 2011 Women's World Outdoor Track and ...
BRONZE Caterine Ibarguen, COL, 14.84. Pole Vault GOLD Fabiana Murer, BRA, 4.85. SILVER Martina Strutz, GER, 4.80. BRONZE Svetlana Feofanova, RUS, ...
Olympic Track and Field: Who's Going to Win London's Olympic ...
SILVER: Caterine Ibarguen BRONZE: Olga Rypakova. Men's shot put. GOLD: Reese Hoffa SILVER: Christian Cantwell BRONZE: David Storl. Women's shot put