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Today, we are writing about 2017 European Indoor LJ Champion, 2016 World Indoor silver medalist and 2016 Rio bronze medalist, Ivana Spanovic.
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Last March, at the Kombank Arena, I watched Ivana Spanovic complete the greatest series of indoor long jumps in three decades. The crowd, a local crowd for Ivana, and the sound was deafening!
In the World Indoors in 2016, Ivana took silver to Brittney Reese (who had a massive jump of 7.22 meters).
Ivana Spanovic took the bronze in the Olympic long jump, and after the European Indoor Championships gold, and was surprised by the fluidity of the long jump at the World Champs and a final jump by Dariya Klishina, with Spanovic finishing fourth.
Ivana Spanovic wants to medal in Birmingham. Heck, she wants to win, how could she not? And with her 7.24 meter indoor PB, Ivana Spanovic has the tools to challenge the Americans (Brittney Reese, Tianna Bartoletta ) and Russian star Dariya Klishina. This event will be one of the true highlights of the World Indoors in March 2018, so do not miss it.
ãƒ»ãƒ»ãƒ» The world’s longest jump indoors since 1989! ðŸ™Œ #TheMoment Ivana Spanovic thrilled the home crowd at the European Indoor Championships in Belgrade with this winning effort of 7.24m. Spanovic will be looking for another European title in Berlin this summer at the first multi-sport European Championships from 2-12 August.