Neal leaps to DODEA-Pacific record in long jump

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Seoul American senior Alyse Neal reaches the peak of her northwest Pacific record-breaking long jump of 5.70 meters, breaking a record set 12 years ago and matched in 2010. Neal also holds the Far East meet record of 5.30 set last season.  COURTESY OF SEOUL AMERICAN
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Seoul American senior Alyse Neal reaches the peak of her northwest Pacific record-breaking long jump of 5.70 meters, breaking a record set 12 years ago and matched in 2010. Neal also holds the Far East meet record of 5.30 set last season. COURTESY OF SEOUL AMERICAN

Neal leaps to DODEA-Pacific record in long jump

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published: May 07, 2018

CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – Unbeaten throughout the course of this season and already the holder of the Far East meet record in the long jump, Alyse Neal on Saturday added a northwest Pacific record to her resume.

The Seoul American senior jumped 5.7 meters during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea “last chance” Far East qualifier. Neal shattered the record of 5.42, first set in 2006 by Amelia Clark of Jakarta International and matched in 2010 by Smriti Sridhar of International School Manila.

Neal topped her own personal best of 5.3, which stands as the current Far East meet mark; she set that last May 23 at Yokota.

All season, she said, she had been trying to breach that mark, but “to be honest, no, I didn’t think I would” break the old mark by that much during Saturday’s meet.

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