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The first recorded high jump event took place in Scotland in the 19th century. Early jumpers used either an elaborate straight-on ...

High Jump history | Greatest Sporting Nation


Nov 29, 2009 ... The first recorded high jump event took place in Scotland in the 19th century. Early jumpers used either an elaborate straight-on approach or a ...

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Jun 27, 2014 ... Click here for all Olympic highlights and let the Games never end: http://go. olympic.org/watch?p=yt&teaser=b The Olympic guide to the history ...

History of the High Jump - Ben Challenger Ben Challenger


The high jump is one of three athletic jumping events. Unlike the pole vault, competitors must jump over a horizontal bar placed at measured heights without any ...

High Jump | iaaf.org


History. High jump contests were popular in Scotland in the early 19th century, and the event was incorporated into the first modern Olympics Games in 1896.

An Illustrated History of the High Jump - Track & Field - About.com


The high jump was among the events in the first modern Olympic Games, held in Athens in 1896. Americans won the first eight Olympic high jump ...

Historical evolution of high jumping technique - Indiana University ...


The Evolution of High Jumping Technique: Biomechanical Analysis. Jesús Dapena. Department of Kinesiology. Indiana University. U.S.A.. adapted from the  ...

How the High Jump Evolved: A brief history - Pinoyathletics.info


Jul 3, 2013 ... The First recorded High Jump was in Scotland within the 1800s. Early jumpers used either a straight on approach or a scissors technique.

Fosbury flops to an Olympic record - Oct 20, 1968 - HISTORY.com


On October 20, 1968, 21-year-old Oregonian Dick Fosbury wins gold—and sets an Olympic record—when he high-jumps 7 feet 4 1/4 inches at the Mexico City ...

high jump | athletics | Britannica.com


Jul 28, 2008 ... 7-28-2008 See Article History. Related ... High jump, sport in athletics (track and field) in which the athlete takes a running jump to attain height.