Jubon Harrison (24, USA), currently ranked No. 1 in the men’s high jump world ranking, will only participate in the ‘high jump’ at the World Championships in Athletics in Budapest.
On the 8th (Korean time), the US Athletics Federation released the names of 139 athletes who will compete at the World Championships in Budapest.먹튀검증
Harrison, who competes in long jump and high jump, was selected only as a high jump representative this time.
Harrison won the men’s high jump and placed third in the long jump at the last U.S. Championships.
Harrison, who holds personal best records of 2m36 high jump and 8m47 long jump, ranked 5th in the long jump (8m15) and 7th in the high jump (2m33) at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
As Harrison focuses only on the high jump at the World Championships, a fiercer competition is expected with co-gold medalists at the Tokyo Olympics, Basim and Tamberry, and Woo Sang-hyeok.
Sidney McLaughlin (24), considered the best athlete in women’s 400m hurdles history, decided not to challenge for a second straight 400m hurdles world championship and only participate in the 400m event and 1,600m relay.
While men’s 100m Fred Curley and 200m Noah Lyles are attempting to win their second consecutive event, rising female sprinter Shah Carey Richardson is about to make her world championship debut.