Gold medallist long jumper makes history by breaking the world record THREE ...

Gold medallist long jumper makes history by breaking the world record THREE ...
Gold medallist long jumper makes history by breaking the world record THREE ...
Gold medallist long jumper makes history by breaking the world record THREE times in just one hour at the Paralympics - as her incredible story of survival is revealed Long jumper Vanessa Low broke the world record three times in an hour Her jumps in the women's T63 long jump event at the Paralympics won the gold Low had competed for Germany before marrying Aussie athlete Shaun Reardon 'I'm a mess. I've never cried this much. It's so special,' Reardon said of his wife 

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An Australian Paralympian set an astounding three world records in just an hour as she claimed a gold medal in Tokyo.

Over six jumps long jumper Vanessa Low broke the world mark three times in the women's T63 event, beginning with her second jump of 5.16m.

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She then bettered the distance with jumps of 5.20m and 5.28m to claim the gold medal in the event by 14cm from Martina Caironi of Italy in the silver medal spot.

Over six jumps, long jumper Vanessa Low broke the world mark three times in the women’s T63 event at the Tokyo Paralympic Games

Over six jumps, long jumper Vanessa Low broke the world mark three times in the women's T63 event at the Tokyo Paralympic Games

Low's gold medal for Australia repeated her feat representing Germany in the T42 long jump at Rio 2016

Low's gold medal for Australia repeated her feat representing Germany in the T42 long jump at Rio 2016

Low, 31, previously competed for Germany before becoming an Australian citizen after she married

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