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PUMA athletes shine at the 2022 World Athletics Championships

July 25, 2022

PUMA athletes shine at the 2022 World Athletics Championships

July 25, 2022

It´s a wrap! The 2022 WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPSare over and our PUMA athletes shone with world-class performances. We are celebrating 9 gold medals, 15 silver medals, 7 bronze medals & 1 (unbelievable) world record! 64 PUMA athletes made it to the finals of their respective disciplines and 24 medals were awarded to PUMA teams – what a fantastic achievement! Read the entire recap article to learn more!


Gold went to: Shericka Jackson in the 200m, Abby Steiner in the 4x100m relay & in the 4x400m relay, Jenna Prandini in the 4x100m relay, Mondo Duplantis in the pole vault (with a world record), Pedro Pichardo in the triple jump, Champion Allison in the 4x400m relay, Andre De Grasse in the 4x100m relay and Aaron Brown, also in the 4x100m relay.



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Silver went to: Shericka Jackson in the 100m, Brittany Anderson 100m hurdles, Yaroslava Mahuchick in high jump, Sandi Morris in pole vault, Shanieka Ricketts in triple jump, Kemba Nelson in 4x100m relay, Shericka Jackson in the 4x100m relay, Elaine Thompson-Herah in the 4x100m relay, Candice Mc Load in the 4x400m relay, Janieve Russel 4x400m relay, Cherokee Young 4x400m relay, Akeem Bloomfield 4x400m relay, Nathan Allen 4x400m relay, Christopher Taylor 4x400m relay, Marvin Liemarvin 4x400m mixed relay.



Bronze medals went to: Elaine Thompson-Herah in the 100m, Tatjana Pinto 4x100m relay, Ernest Obiena in the pole vault, Matthew Hudson Smith 400m, Simon Ehammer in the long jump, Dylan Borlee and Kevin Borlee in the 4x400m relay.



Our PUMA athlete & Olympic champion Mondo Duplantis provided us with a special highlight on the last day of competition to bring the championships to a worthy close! He added a centimetre to his own world pole vault record to claim his first outdoor world title, soaring over 6.21m. He already secured his victory in Eugene at 6.00m, but had the bar moved 21 centimetres higher and took the title in sensational style.

Mondo truly is #borntofly! 🦅


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