Radek Juška has set a new Czech record in the long jump for the second time this year. The athlete, who is 24, achieved a new best of 831 centimetres at the Summer Universiade in Taipei on Sunday. That distance was 2 centimetres longer than a jump he made in May.
Juška’s achievement in China was the seventh best jump in the world this year and the second best by a European.
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