CollegeMen's triple jump – 2023 NCAA indoor track and field championships diamond4 months ago191 mins Arkansas freshman Jaydon Hibbert set the collegiate record in triple jump on his first attempt, jumping 17.54m to win the title at the 2023 NCAA indoor track and field championships. Subscribe to the NCAA Championship YouTube channel: source Post navigation Previous: Sevanna Hanson Finishes 4th at NCAA ChampionshipsNext: IESA track and field ❤️ 19 thoughts on “Men's triple jump – 2023 NCAA indoor track and field championships” he just jumped a foot more on may 13 2023. Reply The outdoor U20 record is 17.50m so that even further than the outdoor U20 mark!!! Reply That is the U20 record 17.54m the old U20 record was 17.20m Reply only 12 strides in the runup, that's incredible, there is room for improvement with more strides therefore more speed Reply Another thing to consider is that Hibbert is only using a 12 step approach, whereas Taylor and Edwards used an 18 step approach. If Hibbert switches to a longer approach he can carry way more speed into his take off. If he's able to control that speed…look out. Reply Jordan Diaz ,Hibbert and 3rd ??? Reply Wow Congrats Jaydon🎉🎉🎉ñ Reply Right after winning the world juniors🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Reply Jaydon Hibbert is going to break the senior world record at the Paris Olympics or the Japan world champs. I'd be willing to stake my reputation on that. He really is a prodigy, and to think he decided himself that he wanted to do this over sprinting. Also, can world athletics disallow collegiate meets that use imperial units and force them to enter the 21st century? Reply He's still a U20 next year, so he's only gonna stretch it. Reply Amazing!! he just turned 18!! Reply 🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️ Reply Wow, no words. Just a freshman congrats Jaydon Reply Watching American athletics coverage is impossible with the endless use of imperial measurements! Reply Nahhh that boy different Reply Just one jump? 😑 Reply Damn his phrases are scary! He keeps it up, he could be the next great! 🔥 Reply He is special. Even greater things ahead for him. Congrats, Jaydon! Reply On a 12 step approach… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.