Chaunte Howard Lowe, 2009 Millrose Games, photo by PhotoRun.net.
Chaunte Howard Lowe Sets AR!
Chaunte Howard Lowe has been on a roll in 2010! At the US indoor champs in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the bar fell off the standards after she had cleared an apparent AR. In Mid March, Chaunte Howard Lowe medalled in Doha, Qatar at the World Indoor Champs.
On Wednesday, May 27, At the Ostrava meeting, the 49th Golden Spike, Chaunte Howard Lowe defeated Blanka Vlasic, 1.92m for Lowe, and 1.88m for Vlasic. On Sunday, May 30, 2010, in the Leisitzer 21rst Cottbus International Athleics meeting, Chaunte Howard Lowe warmed up into the high jump, starting at the opening of 1.87m and taking two jumps to clear 2.03/6-7.75 to tie Louise Ritter’s AR from 1988. On the third and final attempt at
2.04m or 6-8.25, Chaunte Howard Lowe had her own record! Chaunte had broken the 22 year old record of Louis Ritter!
Lowe sets American record in high jump
INDIANAPOLIS – 2010 World Indoor bronze medalist Chaunte Lowe set the American record in the women’s high jump Sunday at the 21st Lausitzer International Athletics Meeting in Cottbus, Germany.
A three-time USA Outdoor champion, Lowe
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