Yulimar Rojas

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Yulimar Rojas Rodríguez (Also known as Yolimar Rojas; born 21 October 1995) is a Venezuelan athlete, holding the world record for women's triple jump. She is the current Olympic champion, a two-time World Champion (2017 London and 2019 Doha), and two-time World Indoor Champion (2016 Portland and 2018 Birmingham). Raised in a deprived area of Venezuela, she was successful in other sports as a teenager but could not continue to practice due to lack of facilities. She moved to Guadalajara, Spain, in 2015 to continue her athletics training. She is a recipient of the Venezuelan Order of José Félix Ribas – First Class. She holds both women's triple jump world records: her personal best of 15.67 m (51.4 feet), the world record, was set during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, on 1 August 2021, as her final jump in the final round. She beat the previous world record, set by Ukraine's Inessa Kravets in 1995, by 17 centimeters (6.69 inches).

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