• Drouin Soars 2.40m at Drake Relays

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The 2012 Olympic bronze medalist in high jump, Derek Drouin, set a new Canadian Record at the annual Drake Relays in Des Moines Iowa on Friday (25) with a Jump of 2.40m. Droiun's mark is the best in the world this year and #5 all time in the history of Jump.

Results Drake Relays Men's High Jump

  1 Derek Drouin                 Nike                     2.40m    7-10.50

  2 Erik Kynard                  Nike                     2.35m    7-08.50

  3 Dusty Jonas                  USA                     J2.35m    7-08.50

  4 Trevor Barry                 Bahamas                  2.25m    7-04.50

  5 Mickael Hanany               Nike                    J2.25m    7-04.50

  6 Garrett Huyler               Zensah                   2.21m    7-03.00

  7 Jessie Williams              Nike                    J2.21m    7-03.00

  8 Geoff Davis                  USA                      2.16m    7-01.00

  8 Mike Mason                   Canada                   2.16m    7-01.00

  8 Jamaal Wilson                Bahamas                  2.16m    7-01.00

 11 Donald Thomas                Bahamas                 J2.16m    7-01.00

 12 Donte Nall                   Unattached               2.11m    6-11.00

 -- Brendan Williams             Dominican Republic         DNS

Men´s All Time Top 10 Outdoor High Jump Performances

1 2.45 Javier Sotomayor CUB Salamanca

27 Jul 1993

2 2.42 Patrik Sjöberg SWE Stockholm

30 Jun 1987

3 2.41 Igor Paklin KGZ Kobe

4 Sep 1985

4 2.41 Bogdan Bondarenko UKR Lausanne

4 Jul 2013

5 2.40 Rudolf Povarnitsyn UKR Donetsk

11 Aug 1985

6 2.40 Sorin Matei ROU Bratislava

20 Jun 1990

7 2.40 Charles Austin USA Zürich

7 Aug 1991

8 2.40 Vyacheslav Voronin RUS London

5 Aug 2000

9 2.40 Mutaz Essa Barshim QAT Eugene OR

1 Jun 2013

10 2.40 Derek Drouin CAN Des Moines

25 Apr 2012


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