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|Sunday, September 02, 2001, updated at 13:23(GMT+8)|
Russian Tatiana Dominates Women's Triple JumpRussia's Tatiana Lebedeva won the women's triple jump title with a Games shattering-jump in Beijing Saturday in the University Games.
The Russian jumped 14.81 meters, well outside of the previous Games record of 14.59.
Belarus' Natallia Safronava took the silver with a jump of 14. 57, in front of another Russian, Elena Oleinikova, 14.39.
Tatiana, 23, placed second after the first three attempts with a modest 14.55. Safronava led the table with a 14.57 second bounce.
While Tatiana found her rhythem and produced the winner in the fourth round, Safronava knew the best result for her to fight was a silver.
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