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Yulimar matched these legends of world athletics

The National atlhete continues to make history and extended her dominance in the triple jump

Yulimar Rojas, with her new title obtained in Oregon, extended her world championships to six, thus joining the group of athletes with the most universal crowns in their specialties.

Yulimar, barely 26 years old, shares a legend with the British Mo Farah, champion of the long-distance event, Sergey Bubka, the Ukrainian pole vaulter, and the American runner Michael Johnson.

Mo Farah

Mo Farah (Photo: Agency)

The British Mo Farah, has been orbital monarch six times between 2010 and 2017 in the 5.000m and 10.000m

In 2010, Farah became the great dominator of the distance on the track, in the 5.000 and 10.000 meter tests.

The Lluís Companys stadium in Barcelona, ​​in 2010, witnessed Farah's first continental double, European gold in both distances, in 2012 he would extend that feat with his first Olympic double at the London Olympics (2012).

He repeated those world doubles in Moscow 2013, Beijing 2015 and London 2017 as well as in the European 2014.

Also in Rio 2016 he added the double Olympic gold with which he closed his stage on the track.

Sergey Bubka

Sergey Bubka (Photo: File)

Pole vaulter Sergey Bubka, six times world champion in the open air and three times indoors.

Bubka was born in Ukraine and developed in different sports disciplines, until he competed in the one that would consecrate him in the history of world sports.

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In his impressive track record, there are 35 records (17 outdoors and 18 indoors).

Bubka officially retired from the sport in 2001 during a ceremony at the Donetsk Stars meeting. In 2012 he entered and inaugurated the IAAF Great Hall of Fame.

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson (Photo: File)

He is considered one of the best runners in the history of athletics.

Johnson was the first sprinter to win gold simultaneously in the 200 and 400 meter dash, a milestone achieved at the World Championships in Göteborg in 1995.

In 1996, the year of the Atlanta Olympic Games, he reached two Olympic gold medals and two Olympic records in the 400 and 200 meters.

He went to Sydney 2000 at the age of 33 and made it clear that he continued to reign in the 400 meters, in which he won gold twice, in the individual and in the 4 × 400 relay.

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