Olympic dating horse jumping long jump
The high jump for horses was included in the Olympic program only once, in 1900. There was a tie for first place, the winning horses were both able to clear six foot.
Horse jumping originated in the 18th century when English Lords were forced to erect fences on their land.
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In the second round, world bronze medallist Wang Jianan jumped into the fray with 8.17m and the other protagonists at this stage couldn’t improve, which meant that after two jumps just five centimetres covered the top five jumpers, separated in one-centimetre graduations.
Olympic motto : "Citius Altius Fortius" which means faster, higher, stronger.
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Wang could not improve but then Henderson uncorked a season’s best of 8.38m to snatch the gold medal away from Manyonga by one centimetre, the US jumper grinning with exhilaration as he left the pit. Rutherford gave everything with his last jump but possession of the Olympic title ended when he could only jump 8.29m with his final effort.
It did, however, move him from fourth to third which left Lawson, who had gradually slipped down the order to fourth, as the last man to jump.