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standing broad jump

noun, Track.
1.
a jump for distance from a standing position.
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  • The standing broad jump is made straight forward into a piece of soft earth which has been dug up for the purpose.

  • Oftentimes the boy with the shortest legs has the keenest desire to enter for the standing broad jump.

    Camping Alexandra G. Lockwine
  • Out on the athletic ground Grasshopper Backus was practicing the standing broad jump.

    A Quarter-Back's Pluck Lester Chadwick
  • There is but little to say about the standing broad jump except that practice makes perfect.

  • Axtell won the standing broad jump and set the mark at eleven feet, two inches.

  • Hang a half cabbage up just out of reach in the house on a stormy day and see them train for the standing broad jump!

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