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Women's Long Jump Final | World Athletics Championships Doha 2019

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Malaika Mihambo landed among the all-time greats after a dominating performance in the women's long jump final.

Sitting uncharacteristically in seventh place after the second round, the 25-year-old German blasted down the runway as she approached the board for her third attempt and sailed through the still, warm Doha air before landing farther into the sand than she ever had before. Looking up from the pit, a smile instantly appeared. She knew it was a good one. And it was, a 7.30m leap which, when the sandy dust had settled, landed the 25-year-old just one centimetre shy of the all-time top ten.

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