Jasmine Moore Goes All Conditions 45-4.75 At Texas State

Correction: Our original report that Moore's jump as a state record has been amended. 

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Mansfield Lake Ridge (TX) junior Jasmine Moore continued to show why she is one of the best high school triple jumpers of all time.

On Friday at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Championships in Austin, Texas, Moore jumped 45 feet, 4.75 (+3.8) inches to win the Class 5A triple jump at Mike A. Myers Stadium. The mark registers fourth on the all-conditions all-time list, but will not count as a new national record due to the wind reading being over the max of 2.0 w/s.  

The mark will also not count as a new Texas state record. 

On the all-time, all-conditions list, Moore now only stands behind Brittany Daniels of West High in Tracy, CA,
who went 45-7.5 and 45-5.5, and Ke'Nyia Richardson of Holy Names High School (CA) who marked 45-4.25.

Moore's best wind-legal triple jump this season was the new US No. 13 all-time mark of 
44-1 (1.5), which she jumped to win the Texas Relays in early March. She also ranks as the sixth best performer of all-time.  

All five of Moore's triple jump marks this season have been 40-10 or further. Moore also won the long jump on Friday morning jumping 20-8 (+3.5).

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