The Venezuelan triple jumper, Yulimar Rojas, demonstrated her skills and was crowned two-time champion of the Diamond League on the track in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Creole managed a jump of 15.28 meters in length in the six attempts she registered to place herself in the first position.
Rojas's closest competitor was the Ukrainian Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk, who reached a distance of 14.96 meters.
The championship was a bit difficult for Yulimar, who missed three of his first four attempts. However, this was not an impediment to demonstrate his dominance.
The fifth jump also failed in its attempt, although the sixth and final registered a mark of 14.99 meters.
Rojas managed to maintain her reign in the Diamond League by being first in the world ranking.
Also competing in the final were the Portuguese Patricia Castor, the Dominican The Lafond, the American Tori Franklin and the Jamaican Shanieka Ricketts.
Let us remember that Yulimar Rojas highlighted her desire to enter the discipline of long jump or long jump, an area in which she also aspires to become number 1 in the world.
“I love the long jump…I have aspirations and purpose for the long jump. I would like to go to a big competition and reach the final of the long jump”, she expressed.
"For me it would be an honor and a pleasure to do it and I think that next year it will be very important to do a bit of long jump," he added.