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Men's Triple Jump Final | World Athletics Championships Doha 2019

Watch Athletics Video: Men's Triple Jump Final | World Athletics Championships Doha 2019. Of all people, Will Claye knows best that a competition with Christian Taylor isn’t over until it’s over.

For the first half of the men’s triple jump final at the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019, Claye pretty much had it all his own way. The US jumper’s opening leap of 17.61m gave him the early lead and applied pressure on all the other finalists.

However, Christian Taylor flew out to 17.86m in round four to take the lead, taking off 15 centimetres behind the line. Claye responded with 17.74m, his best jump of the night up to that point, but it wasn’t enough to catch Taylor. Hugues Fabrice Zango, who is coached by 2013 world champion Teddy Tamgho, was delighted to win Burkina Faso’s first-ever medal at a senior global championships in third with 17.66m.

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