Iuliia Kaplina sets new WR - 6.96

EDITORIAL

Saturday, 21 November

The new Speed World Record holder is Iuliia Kaplina with 6.96. The Russian won the qualification in the Euro Championship ahead of Alexandra Kalucka 7.75. Complete results. © Leo Zhukov

Noteworthy is that this was the tenth time Kaplina has set a new WR and that she has won 12 World Cups.

A total of 31 women participated out of which a dozen non-Speed specialists with previous good WC results. Petra Klingler, who has qualified to Tokyo, was the fastest among those with 9.01.

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