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For most American teens, the question would be, who cares that much about one track meet? But for this track meet in Mosoriot, Kenya, spectators witnessed something so incredible that it would be hard for the video not to go viral. Not only were both competitors able to clear the bar, which stood over six feet tall, but they were also able to complete the jump without a mat to land on. Um, wow. Cue the applause, please!
What’s the craziest thing you’ve seen at a track meet or school sports game? Tell us in the comments!
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