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2018 European Athletics Championships – Women’s High Jump

Every year, there are different athletics competitions that take place in different parts of the world, and these competitions are a test of strength, endurance, fitness, perseverance, and team spirit. The best performers at events like this often get rewarded for their sportsmanship, and also become famous. One of such competitions that attract people from far and wide is the European Athletics Championship, which has been taking place biennially since 2010. However, in 2018, there will be a change, as it will now become part of a bigger event- ‘European Championships’ which will not just be for athletes alone, but a multi-sport event which will now happen every 4 years.

The European Championships was created to involve European Champions who are participants in the top sports around the world, including rowing, athletics, cycling, aquatics, triathlon, golf and gymnastics. The European Championships’ maiden edition is slated for August and will happen in Scotland and Germany.

The 2018 European Athletic Championships will happen between August 7 and August 12, and Berlin’s Olympiastadion will be used. The Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) is a popular one with prestige and known for its records and its wealth of history. The stadium is known to have hosted the 2006 FIFA World Cup Final, the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final, among other events.

Over 1500 athletes are expected to partake in the competition and will have in its attendance renowned international superstars like Dafne Schippers, Adam Kszczot, Anita Wlodarczyk, Sandra Perkovic, Mo Farah, GianmarcoTamberi, Nafi Thiam and Renaud Lavillenie. It does not leave out the homegrown athletes who will grace the event; some of them include Thomas Rohler, Christophe Harting, and Julian Reus.

This event will be packed with different track and field activities like throws, relays, middle and long-distance races, sprints, and road races.

Women’s High Jump

High jump dates back to the 19th century, in Scotland, and there were 2 basic methods to approaching the bar, and they were the scissors technique and the straight-on approach. However, as the sport began to improve, more methods were made.

Over time, the women’s high jump has continued to experience massive turnouts, as more women have begun to participate, and there has been a lot of wins for them. The 2018 European Athletic Championship is looking good for the women, more contestants are joining from different parts of Europe, and preparations are underway to ensure that it is a successful and colorful event.

The women’s high jump in the 2018 European Athletic Championships will be according to the general rules and regulations guiding the sport. There will be 2 rounds, and the entry standard is fixed at 1.90.  The first part of the Women’s high jump event will take place on Wednesday, 8th August 2018 at 18:25; the final will be on Friday, 10th August 2018, at 19:20. There will also be a Women’s High Jump Hep on Thursday, 9th August 2018.

This edition of European Athletics Championships is packed with a lot of activities and promises to be the best ever.