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    Oslo, Norway – The women’s High Jump promises to be one of the most competitive events on the world calendar this season and the opening meet of the IAAF Golden League in Oslo, Norway on 15 June is set to provide a prelude to the fireworks that are expected at the 11th IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Osaka, Japan, later in the year.

    The ExxonMobil Bislett Games have pieced together one of the finest ever fields of female high jumpers as the competitors all strive for that precious first victory in the Golden League, which offers at least a share of a $1 Million Jackpot to anyone who wins at all six meetings this summer.

    Looking for the “buzz” from the intense Bislett crowd will be a field of the kind of depth and quality which one usually expects at an Olympic Games or a World Championships, with no fewer than 8 athletes whose personal bests are in excess of the magical 2m bar.

    IAAF article

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