Mariya Lasitskene, a Russian athlete, won the women's high jump final at the 2019 European Indoor Athletics Championships with a time of 2.01 meters. This made her the fourth athlete in history to jump over 2 meters the most times, behind Stefka Kostadinova (197 times), Blanka Vlašic (166 times), and Kajsa Bergqvist (70 times). Heike Henkel and Mariya Lasitskene are tied for fourth place with 63 jumps each.
A 26-year-old Russian athlete won the gold medal in the women's high jump final of the 2019 World Athletics Championships. She jumped 2.04 meters, but was unable to jump 2.08 meters. She was the world champion in 2015 and 2017, and is now the champion again. Videos of her jumps of 2.02 and 2.04 meters can be seen online.
A 27-year-old Russian high jumper set a new personal best record by jumping over 2.04 meters in Moscow. This is the highest jump anyone has made indoors this year.
A 25 year old Russian athlete won the gold medal in the women's high jump event at the 2018 European Athletics Championships with a time of 2.00 meters. This was a great accomplishment and she should be proud of her achievement.
A Russian athlete set a new world record for the best indoor time of the year in Moscow, jumping 2.04 meters. He was trying to jump even higher, but he couldn't quite reach 2.06 or 2.07 meters. He did match his own personal best though.
Mariya Kuchina is a Russian high jumper who was born on January 14, 1993. She is 1.80 meters tall. In 2017, she got married to a Russian journalist named Vladas Lasitskas, who was born in 1981. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Mariya won the gold medal in the women's high jump event. She jumped 2.04 meters, which was higher than the other competitors, Nicola Mcdermott (2.02 meters) and Yaroslava Mahuchih (2.00 meters).
A high jumper born in 1993 is one of the top contenders for a gold medal in the 2020 Olympic Games. He has jumped 2.06 meters in his career, which is the current Olympic record, but the world record of 2.09 meters has not been broken since 1987.
A Russian athlete competed in the 2019 Diamond League at Stanford and was able to jump over 2.00, 2.02, and 2.04 meters. She was ranked third in the list of women who jumped over 2 meters the most, with 70 jumps, behind Stefka Kostadinova and Blanka Vlašic. For the full list, see the High Jump/@pedeshtrian.