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ANALYTIC EXPLANATION OF THE HOP, STEP AND JUMP
George De Carvalho
August 31, 1959
Da Silva Hops, after a 114-foot run-up to the take-off point, off his right foot (white shoe). He lands on the same foot, about 20 feet out, immediately takes a long STEP to the opposite foot, adding some 15 feet to his distance, springs off that opposite, or left, foot and JUMPS an additional 17 feet before landing on both feet in the pit. Total distance: 52 feet and up.
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August 31, 1959

Analytic Explanation Of The Hop, Step And Jump

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Da Silva Hops, after a 114-foot run-up to the take-off point, off his right foot (white shoe). He lands on the same foot, about 20 feet out, immediately takes a long STEP to the opposite foot, adding some 15 feet to his distance, springs off that opposite, or left, foot and JUMPS an additional 17 feet before landing on both feet in the pit. Total distance: 52 feet and up.

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