Daegu, South Korea, 23-25 March 2017.

Women’s Results:

W35:
1. Melissa Foster (Australia) 11.80m
2. Maria Munoz Cristobal (Spain) 11.52m
3. Yukari Kuze (Japan) 11.14m

W40:
1. Renata Szykulska (Poland) 11.04m
2. Anne-Catherine Clement (Belgium) 10.21m

W45:
1. Petersone Laila (Latvia) 11.10m
2. Ana Mrcic (Croatia) 10.36m
3. Kaori Nishizawa (Japan) 10.06m
4. Bertha Canedo (Mexico) 9.95m
5. Donita Dias (Brazil) 9.81m
6. Selina Ellis (Australia) 6.70m

W50:
1. Valentyna Krepkina (Ukraine) 10.79m (World Masters W50 Record)
2. Inara Fjodorova (Latvia) 10.03m
3. Geraldine Finegan (Ireland) 9.88m
4. Juliana Gumpil (Malaysia) 9.26m
5. Courtene Hightower McHarris (Spain) 9.20m

W55:
1. Maria Escribano Checa (Spain) 9.95m
2. Annie Dorina (France) 8.66m
3. Bokhee Joung (Korea) 7.86m
4. Lucy Yong (Malaysia) 6.46m

W60:
1. Toini Nousiainen (Finland) 7.86m
2. Dace Brakanska (Latvia) 7.41m
3. Karin Grummert (Germany) 7.37m
4. Yumiko Tamada (Japan) 7.27m

W65:
1. Akiko Ohinata (Japan) 9.86m (World Masters W65 Record)
2. Anne Deleiros (New Zealand) 7.10m
3. Norma Hudnall (USA) 5.60m

W70:
1. PATRICIA OAKES (GB) 6.30m

W75:
1. Frances Bayler (New Zealand) 5.85m
2. Frances Harris (Australia) 5.78m
3. Lynne Schickert (Australia) 4.86m

W80:
1. Christa Bortignon (Canada) 7.09m (World Masters W80 Record)

W85:
1. Gloria Krug (USA) 3.41m

Men’s Results:

M35:
1. Andreas Beraz (Germany) 15.03m
2. Adrian Olszewski (Poland) 13.83m
3. Lukasz Sobora (Poland) 13.32m
4. Krzysztof Ratajczyk (Poland) 13.26m
5. Ho Nung Marcus Mak (Hong Kong, China) 11.92m
6. Gudman Chala (Ecuador) 11.70m

M40:
1. Nils Portemer (France) 13.68m
2. Masashi Hiraiwa (Japan) 13.16m
3. Wen-Chin Hong (Chinese Taipei) 13.03m
4. Pawel Szewera (Poland) 12.37m

M45:
1. Mattias Sunneborn (Sweden) 13.59m
2. Stefano Tari (Italy) 13.16m
3. Gezim Dimnaku (Canada) 12.59m
4. KEITH NEWTON (GB) 12.44m
5. Chang-Yi Huang (Chinese Taipei) 12.33m
6. Florin Mircea Vladescu (Romania) 12.13m
7. Steffen-Oliver Wick (Germany) 11.44m
–. Ka Fai Lee (Hong Kong, China) NM
–. Rakesh Bhardwaj (India) NM

M50:
1. Alfred Stummer (Austria) 12.37m
2. John Araneda Galvez (Chile) 11.63m
3. IAN ALLEN (GB) 11.40m
4. Karl Hawke (USA) 11.15m
5. Philippe Poulain (Belgium) 11.12m
6. Tadashi Nomura (Japan) 11.06m
7. Emil Cotovanu (Romania) 10.72m
8. Han Joo Oh (Korea) 9.53m
9. Chansoo Lim (Korea) 8.14m
10. STUART WALKER (GB) 8.10m

M55:
1. Jose Quinaliza (Ecuador) 12.89m
2. Giorgio Spagnoli (Italy) 11.89m
3. Valeri Fedjushin (Estonia) 11.04m
4. Wieslaw Musial (Poland) 10.91m
5. RICHARD PHELAN (GB) 10.78m
–. Valeriy Kuzmichev (Spain) NM

M60:
1. Masanori Ie (Japan) 10.81m
2. Florencio Olivan  (Spain) 10.74m
3. Georg Werthner (Austria) 10.73m
4. Hasan Kasap (Turkey) 10.60m
5. Emilio Levin (Brazil) 10.33m
6. Yau-Ming Max Siu (Hong Kong, China) 10.28m
7. Yasuo Higuchi (Japan) 9.89m
8. Jouko Nikula (Finland) 9.50m
9. Wayne Marriott (Australia) 8.64m
–. Choi, Cheolha (Korea) NM

M65:
1. Klemens Grissmer (Germany) 11.53m
2. István Korösi (Hungary) 10.77m
3. Valdis Cela (Latvia) 10.55m
4. Yutaka Harama (Japan) 10.40m
5. Sylwester Lorenz (Poland) 9.68m
6. Takao Ogasawara (Japan) 8.43m

M70:
1. Jurgen Lamp (Estonia) 10.20m
2. Ero Vayrynen (Finland) 9.07m

M75:
1. Kunio Kuraoka (Japan) 8.70m
2. Janis Mankovskis, (Latvia) 8.46m
3. Jôel Ollivier (France) 6.79m
4. Reiner Goertz (Germany) 6.04m

M80:
1. Nobuo Ishikawa (Japan) 7.47m
2. Yujio Hamasaki (Japan) 7.05m

M85:
1. James Blair (New Zealand) 5.14m

Written by iTripleJump

A Triple Jumper for over 35 years - from an over-hopping junior to a county-level senior - I still enjoy jumping in national and international Masters competitions in the event that has gripped me since my first hop, step and jump onto a springless PE mat. Waiting for that perfect jump. That one perfect jump ...

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