Ukraine’s long jump and triple jump star M. Bekh-Romanchuk was born on July 18, 1995. In the 2019 World Championships, she took home the silver medal.
M. Bekh-Romanchuk placed fifth at the World Youth Championships in 2011, eighth at the World Junior Championships in 2012.
Third at the 2013 European Junior Championships, ninth at the 2014 World Junior Championships, and fifth at the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.
At 2013, she participated in the World Championships but did not get to the final round. During the 2016 competition in Lutsk, she jumped 6.93 metres, which is her personal best.
M. Bekh-Romanchuk Wins Emotional Triple Jump Title for Ukraine with 15.02m in Munich
M. Bekh-Romanchuk took a giant leap from the depths of despair to unbridled joy in the span of 24 hours.
When her triple jump tour de force won the first gold medal of the Munich 2022 European Athletics Championships.
Part of the larger multi-sport European Championships, for her war-torn country on Thursday (19).
After losing out on bronze in the long jump to Great Britain’s Jazmin Sawyers in the final round on Thursday night.
The 27-year-old Ukrainian struck a despondent figure as the session came to a close in the Olympic Stadium.
She laughed through the rest of the practise on Friday night, when her sixth and last attempt at a quadruple leap went horribly wrong because of her miscalculation of the runway’s rhythm.
It didn’t matter because he already had the title in the bag: the first of his career as a triple jumper. He won silver at the world indoor championships in March.
Bol Earns Unique European Athletics Championships Double as M. Bekh-Romanchuk and Muir Win Big
Here tonight at the European Athletics Championships, Femke Bol of The Netherlands completed a unique double in 52.67 seconds.
Setting a new championship record in the women’s 400-meter hurdles; Olympic champion and world record holder Karsten Warholm of Norway.
Retained his title in 47.12 seconds, setting a new championship record in the men’s 400-meter hurdles.
Defending women’s 200-meter champion Dina Asher-Smith had to settle for silver behind Switzerland’s Mujinga Kambundji.
While defending women’s 1500-meter winner Laura Muir won in dominant fashion.
M. Bekh-Romanchuk of the Ukraine was disappointed the night before when a minor foul disqualified her from the medals in the women’s long jump.
But she made up for it tonight by setting a new personal record in the triple leap with a distance of 15.02 metres.
In essence, M. Bekh-Romanchuk clinched the gold medal with her first attempt, which was measured at 14.81m, a substantial increase over her 2022 European lead of 14.59m.
That didn’t mean she wanted to rest on her laurels, though. In the fourth round, she leapt 14.80 metres against a headwind of 2.3 metres per second.
And then unleashed a monster 15.02 metres on her following attempt, her first attempt at a distance greater than 15 metres.