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Abigail Kwarteng wins women's high jump at Jamaica National Championship Meet

Abigail Kwarteng wins women's high jump at Jamaica National Championship Meet - 
Ghana's high jump record holder Abigail Kwarteng has won the women's high jump 
at the 2022 Jamaican Athletics National Senior Championships meet. 

She cleared the bar at 1.90m. She narrowly missed 3-attempts at 1.96m which is 
the World Championships' automatic standard qualification. 

Jamaica National Championship Meet 
JAAA National Senior & Junior Championship - 6/23/2022 to 6/26/2
                       National Stadium                        
Event 48  Women 20+ High Jump SENIOR
NATIONAL REC: N 1.97m  4/15/2022   LAMARA DISTIN               
  WORLD QUAL: M 1.96m                                          
    Name                     Age Team                    Finals
  1 Kimberly Williamson       29 Unattached               1.88m
     1.75 1.80 1.85 1.88 1.90                                  
        O    O   XO    O  XXX                                  
  2 Lamara Distin             22 Texas A&M Un             1.85m
     1.75 1.80 1.85 1.88                                       
        P    O   XO  XXX                                       
  3 Daniella Anglin           20 Uni. of S. Dakota        1.80m
     1.75 1.80 1.85                                            
        O    O  XXX                                            
 -- Ramona Hylton             21 Swept Track Club            NH
 -- Abigail Kwarteng          24 Ghana                   X1.90m
     1.75 1.80 1.85 1.88 1.90 1.96                             
        P    O  XXO    O    O  XXX                

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