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long jump

noun as in track and field event

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She excelled and was recruited to Harvard to compete in the 100 m, 200 m, long jump, and triple jump.

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More radically, a Mark Cuban-backed enterprise called the World 1 League is attempting to reinvent traditional Olympic events like the 100 meters and the long jump for the social media era.

Not some hyper-long jump, but we usually pick up the season within a day or two.

Here it became necessary for them to take the chance of a long jump.

He could trot along here quite a distance and then make a long jump into the woods.

I never come here without remembering Rhazon and his crew on that long jump.

I was off watch, waiting for cold-sleep—we're just about to make the long jump—when Vorongil came to my quarters.

In the long jump the athlete employs all the impetus he can acquire by a sprint of about 30 yards.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to long jump, such as: broad jump, running broad jump, and standing broad jump.

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