One of the top triple jumpers this season, US No. 2 Ahmir Johnson of Wissahickon (PA), has improved over five feet since his sophomore year.
That's a marked step in the right direction. Curious for more success stories? In three slides, we have tracked three separate progressions.
The first is the top 300 triple jumpers who have competed in the event since 2016; we compiled their best efforts in those years.
The next is the top 500 triple jumpers over the past two seasons, including current US No. 1 Kevin Snyder of Christ School (NC), logging their best efforts in 2018 and 2017.
And the last slide is our overall top 1000 triple jumpers in 2018.
3-Year Progression l 2-Year Progression l Top 1000 In 2018