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Olympics 2012 in infographics: track & field

The Graphic News guide to each sport in the Olympics, from running, javelin and shot put to walking

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Ariane Friedrich gegen Blanka Vlasic

Berlin vor dem Duell der Hochsprung-Königinnen: Wird es Ariane Friedrich oder bleibt es Blanka Vlasic?

RIO 2016: Olympic High Jump infographic

August 5, 2016 - August 21, 2016 - The 2016 Summer Olympic Games take place in Rio de Janeiro. infographic

How to High Jump (Track and Field)

How to High Jump (Track and Field). The high jump track and field event requires skill, agility and speed. After sprinting to gain momentum, jumpers launch over a high bar and land on a crash mat on the other side. For your own safety,...

High Jump Closer look at the high jump approach

Author - Goran Obradovic (Djordje Niketic, Branko Djuricic, Dragutin Topic, Gorana Miskov, Javier Sotomayor, Artur Partyka, Sergii Dymchenko, Jan Janku, Svat...

Plyometric Power Workout – How To Increase Your Vertical Jump

Whether you want to up your game in basketball or volleyball, or just need to grab stuff off the top shelf without dragging out the step stool out, a vertical...

High Jump Takeoff Technique

The takeoff is where the fun begins but if the approach wasn’t right, the fun won’t last long. Good takeoff technique is extremely important.

Analysis of Jumping Videos - High Jump Coach

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Dick Fosbury revolutionized the high jump when he was in high school by going over the bar headfirst and backward. The technique became known as the "Fosbury Flop." His new approach helped him win gold at the Mexico City Games in 1968, as he cleared 7 feet 4 1/4 inches.

Dick Fosbury revolutionized the high jump when he was in high school by going over the bar headfirst and backward. The technique became known as the "Fosbury Flop." His new approach helped him win gold at the Mexico City Games in 1968, as he cleared 7 feet 4 1/4 inches.

Dick Fosbury introduced the Fosbury Flop to win the high jump at Mexico City in 1968

Dick Fosbury introduced the Fosbury Flop to win the high jump at Mexico City in 1968