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Marisa Kwiatkowski -12.92m National Record Triple Jump
Marisa Kwiatkowski is a Filipino Triple Jumper who currently holds all the Filipino National and National Junior Records in Triple Jump. Including the National Record of 12.92m.
Marisa Kwiatkowski Sacramento Hornet Invitational
March 19, 2018
Meanwhile, at Sacramento, Marisa Kwiatkowski holds all 4 Philippine Triple Jump Records. Clocked 12.58 secs in the 100m and Jumped 12.18m.
SEA Games 4×100 Bronze medalist Zion Corrales-Nelson was 4th in the 200m in 24.72.
Marisa Kwiatkowski breaks the mark again, and Beram opens Season.
Article by Andrew Pirie
Marisa Kwiatkowski extended her Filipino Indoor Triple Jump Record again. And extending her 12.55. Jumping a series of 12.57 and then 12.58 at the University Washington Indoor at Seattle. She also registered 5.56m in the Long Jump.
Marisa Kwiatkowski breaks her Philippine Indoor Record in the Triple Jump
January 25, 2018
Article by Andrew Pirie
The second of two Philippine National Indoor records fell in the first month of 2018. Fil-Heritage Triple Jumper Marisa Kwiatkowski won the University of Washington Preview with a leap of 12.55m on January 13. The mark surpassed the old mark she had set at the Penn Relays last January of 12.45m.
Kwiatkowski is on an athletic scholarship at Stanford and has held a Philippine Passport since 2014. She currently holds all 4 Philippine Records in Women’s Triple Jump the National Record (12.68) and National Junior Record (12.63), National Indoor (12.55), and National Junior Indoor (12.23). Kwiatkowski is yet to represent the Philippines or compete at the Philippine National Champs.
Kwiatkowski jumps 12.63m back in 2015.
She was invited to join the Prestigious World University Games in Taipei last year, but she begged off due to a long season.
However, she is still like the last 2 SEA Games, a long way from the SEA Games Bronze medal mark of 13.32m.
The Philippines has never won the Women’s Triple Jump at SEA Games. I’m not even sure if they have even won a medal.
She also placed 5th at the same University Preview meet in 5.58m in the Long Jump, Well off her 5.89m PB set 3 years ago.
Marissa Kwiatkowski breaks Marestella Torres’s Triple Jump Record
29 May 2017
Fil-Heritage jumper Marisa Kwiatkowski, 20, broke the 13-year-old National Triple Jump Record of Olympian Marestella Torres. Also, Marisa has held a Filipino passport since 2014, coming through the PSC Fil-Heritage scouting program.
Playing in her first year of college. Kwiatkowski, who represents Stanford, leaped 12.68m (1.4) to place 26th in the NCAA Western Preliminary rounds.
However, she did not progress to the National Finals but, in the meantime, nabbed the Philippine National Record. In conclusion, the Top 12 qualified for the finals, with 13.08m being 12th place. Chaquein Cook of Oregon had the best leap of 13.51m to lead the qualifiers to the Finals.
The Record was held by Marestella Torres, who leaped by 12.67m (-0.5) in 2004 by 1cm. Hopefully, a big improvement is just the beginning as 1cm is quite a small improvement in this event in 13 years.
Also, Kwiatkowski has the National Junior Record at 12.63m and the National Indoor record at 12.45m.
It was only a matter of time for Kwiatkowski, who had leaped a wind-aided 12.68m (+3.3 m/s) in April. Felyn Dolloso of Dasmarinas had leaped 12.69m last PRISAA, but no wind gauge was present, and the meet was unsanctioned.
Marisa Kwiatkowski took the season lead from Angel Carino at 12.60m at the UAAP Championships. Kwiatkowski is looking at debuting in The Philippines at the World University Games in Taipei in August. In conclusion, she is a long way from the SEA Games bronze mark of 13.65m, the deadline for qualification for this event is July 1.
Meanwhile, her former club-mate Marissa Kwiatkowski competing for Stanford University, leaped 12.25m, just 1 km away from her National Indoor and Junior National indoor record.
Another National Indoor Record Holder, Marisa Kwiatkowski, 18, leaped 12.11m also meet as Donovant and Eric Cray outside her Record of 12.26m set the other week.
Kwiatkowski breaks National Indoor Record
Fil-Heritage teenager Kwiatkowski of Stanford leaped 11.99m to establish a brand new mark in the Women’s and Junior Women’s Indoor Triple Jump.
This was set at the University of Washington Preview at Seattle, where she also ran 8.12 in the 60m. The half-Polish beauty obtained her passport nearer the end of last year, so she is now eligible for Philippine Records.
Kwiatkowski is from the same track club as Alyana.
2015 January Kwiatkowski raises her Triple Jump Record
While Kath was out in Los Angeles doing her bit for the Philippines. Another young jumping star continued her impressive season.
18-year-old Marisa Kwiatkowski out at the Arkansas razorback meets improved her Philippine Indoor and Junior Indoor record (11.99m set last week) with a leap of 12.26m.
Kwiatkowski, who is born in 1996, has one more year left as a junior; the next target would be the Junior Record of 12.55m set by Felyn Sausa Dolloso in the 2012 PNG in Dumaguete.
Marisa held a PB of 12.58m in this event and did this last year before obtaining her Philippine passport in December 2014.
Another target might be the long-standing Long Jump Junior Record of Elma Muros 6.11m set 30 years ago in 1985. Marisa has not done a long jump yet this year, but her PB is 5.83m. She also clocked an 8.11 60m dash.
Meanwhile, Marisa former club-mate Alyana Nicolas, on the other side of the country, improved her PB to 3.50m indoors at the Armory in New York. Alyana (now 21), whose previous best of 3.47m back in 2013, surpassed the Philippine Junior Record; however, she did not have a passport back then.
Marisa Kwiatkwoski Age
Marisa Kwiatkowski Age, born in 1996, so 24 years of age as of December 27, 2020.
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