MADRID -- Yulimar Rojas broke the indoor triple jump world record on Friday.
The two-time world champion from Venezuela had a jump of 15.43 meters, 7 centimeters more than the previous record held by Russian Tatyana Lebedeva since 2004.
"I'm over the moon," Rojas said. "I can't believe I'm the world-record holder. I want to get home and cry. I need to cry to release the adrenaline I have right now."
The jump at the Villa de Madrid meeting was 2 centimeters better than Rojas' outdoor personal best, and the second best overall behind the outdoor world record of 15.50 meters held by Ukrainian Inessa Kravets since 1995.