Top Combined Jumpers: Jasmine Moore's Continued Success

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Jasmine Moore jumping at the UIL 5A - District 10 championships in Lancaster, Texas, on April 13 

Jasmine Moore from Mansfield Lake Ridge High School in Texas is hands-down the best jumper in the nation this year. Moore has wind-legal jumps of 20 feet 7 inches this year in the long jump and 44-1 in the triple jump. Both of those top wind-legal marks she hit at the Texas Relays. Combining both her wind-legal long and triple jump marks, she has jumped over 64-8. Combining both of her top all-conditions marks from this year, she has jumped 65-1.25. 

Other strong jumpers with wind-legal marks include Sydnee Larkin from Cherokee Trail High School and Kaia Gant-hatcher from St. Mary's College High in California. The two are the only other jumpers who have combined jump totals over 60 feet. 

Larkin sits at second on the list with her combined mark of 61-3 while Grant-hatcher is third on the list with a combined mark of 61-2.75.

Check out the full wind-legal and all-conditions top jumpers in the links below. 

Top Wind-Legal Combined Jumpers | Top All-Conditions Combined Jumpers