We met Fabrice Zango Hughes in the medal ceremony for the TJ in the Doha TJ Medal Ceremony, and he was being praised by Americans Christan Taylor (gold) and Will Claye (silver). Fabrice trains with Teddy Tamgho.
Hugues African record 17.77
PARIS (FRA, Feb 2): Burkina FasoÂ´s Doha medalist Fabrice Zango Hugues highlighted Meeting de Paris (EA Premium Indoor) with African record and World leading 17.77 in the triple jump. It is also better as outdoor African record 17.66. He equals so fourth best performer ever indoors. It is also best indoor triple result since 2011. British World indoor champion Andy Pozzi equalled the World lead with 7.52 in the 60 m hurdles beating European champion Pascal Martinot-Lagarde 7.66 with Aurel Manga 7.68 and FinlandÂ´s Elmo Lakka 7.69. US wins for Brandon Carnes in the 60 m 6.61 (second Hassan Taftian from Iran 6.67) and Christina Clemons 7.91 hurdles over former European indoor champion Alina Talay 7.97. French win for Cynthia Leduc in women 60 m 7.25. British record holder Holly Bradshaw cleared 461 in the pole vault to win on count-back over Ninon Guillon-Romarin 461. Then Alysha Newman and Angelica Bengtsson followed with 451.