Articles related to triple jump
Olympic Triple Jump Rules - Track and Field - About.com
Jumping area and rules. The runway is at least 40 meters long. Competitors may place as many as two markers on the runway. Jumpers take off in the “hop” ...
Introduction to the Triple Jump - Track and Field - About.com
The event requires a long-jumper's striding consistency, along with leg strength, as triple jumpers' legs take a pounding during each of the three jump phases.
Triple jump - Track and Field - About.com
Triple jump overview including triple jumping technique, rules and history.
Olympic Triple Jump Basics - Track and Field - About.com
What is Olympic Triple Jump? Often overshadowed by its athletic cousin, the more-glamorous long jump, the men's triple jump has a noble Olympic history ...
An Illustrated History of the Triple Jump - Track and Field - About.com
There is evidence that the triple jump, in some form, dates to the ancient Greek Olympics. The long jump was indisputably part of the Greek games, but some ...
Will Claye's Triple Jump Tips - Track and Field
Olympic silver medalist Will Claye discusses triple jump technique and offers advice for coaches and young jumpers.
Olympic Triple Jump Essentials - Track and Field - About.com
American James Connolly became the first champion of the initial modern Olympic Games when he won the triple jump in 1896. The challenging event, which ...
Olympic Triple Jump - Track and Field - About.com
A comprehensive look at the Olympic triple jump event, including rules, past results and photo galleries.
Men's Triple Jump World Records - Track and Field - About.com
The men's world record progression in the triple jump, from 1912 to the present day, as recognized by the IAAF.
Greatest Moments In Olympic Triple Jump
The greatest moments and top achievements in triple jump from the first Olympic Games in 1896 to Athens in 2004.