The success came hot on the heels of another victory in the Jump Fest meeting in Bad Langensalza, Germany.
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EDEB stands for Bad Langensalza (airport code; Germany)
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TYNESIDE-based Chris Tomlinson improved his UK long jump record to 8:29 metres at an international meeting in Bad Langensalza, Germany.
Tomlinson moved to equal top of this year's UK ranking alongside Greg Rutherford after producing an eight metres nine centimetres leap in Bad Langensalza, Germany, on Saturday.
Tomlinson, with an 8m 9cm leap in Bad Langensalza, Germany, on Saturday moved to equal top of this year's UK ranking alongside Greg Rutherford.
Gateshead-based Tomlinson, with an eight metres and nine centimetres leap in Bad Langensalza, Germany, yesterday, moved to equal top of this year's UK rankings alongside Greg Rutherford.
Tomlinson, from Nunthorpe, signalled his return with an impressive eight metres nine centimetres leap in Bad Langensalza, Germany, yesterday.