“I’m glad set the meeting record. It was fun, but I’m sorry I didn’t set the new world record.”
In his last competition before #Torun2021, @mondohoss600 cleared 6.10m in Belgrade last night.#WorldIndoorTour
— European Athletics (@EuroAthletics) February 25, 2021
Looking forward to the 2021 European Indoor Athletics Championships, March 4-7, 2021! We at @runblogrun will be covering the champs, day by day, hour by hour, event by event.
Mondo is ready
ðŸŒ 47 nations
ðŸƒâ€â™€ï¸ 733 athletes
ðŸ† 17 reigning champions
ðŸ“ˆ 9 2021 world leaders
Final entries for #Torun2021 are now available to view.
ðŸ“„: https://t.co/HTWy4bpNYy pic.twitter.com/f3DfexImNR
— European Athletics (@EuroAthletics) February 26, 2021
BELGRADE (SRB): World record holder Mondo Duplantis sounded optimistic after Belgrade 610 WL ahead of European Indoors in Torun. “I feel great. I had small tendon problems before, and that’s probably one of the reasons I got tired quickly. My legs were ‘dead’ and ‘tired,’ and you just have to be perfectly prepared for the world record. It’s great that I became the first in Serbia to jump over six meters. I want to jump over six meters in every country. As for the preparations for the Olympics, things are going in the right direction. I want to be ready for the European Championships first. I feel good and I feel that the world record is close, “Duplantis said.
A pretty special day huh?@airlavillenie https://t.co/eriBNtC93K
— Mondo Duplantis (@mondohoss600) February 15, 2021
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