- Wayne Pinnock sets world leading mark in long jump at the World Athletics Championships
- His leap of 28 feet, 0.25 inches ranks him No. 20 on the all-time world list
- Two other Razorback athletes, Carey McLeod and Jarrion Lawson, also qualify for the final
Razorback Wayne Pinnock, representing Jamaica, achieved the longest long jump in the world for 2023 during the qualifying round at the World Athletics Championships. Pinnock’s jump of 28 feet, 0.25 inches not only secured his place in the final but also moved him up the all-time world and collegiate lists. His impressive performance has fans excited for the final where he hopes to replicate his success. Razorback teammate Carey McLeod also qualified for the final, showcasing the team’s strength in the long jump event.
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