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Japan’s Yuki Hashioka came sixth in the men’s long jump on Monday at the Tokyo Olympics as Miltiadis Tentoglou brought Greece its first gold in the event.

Hashioka leaped 8.10 meters in his sixth and final attempt, while Tentoglou went 8.41, also with his last try, to match Juan Miguel Echevarria’s record, edging the Cuban on a superior second-best distance. Maykel Masso of Cuba was third with 8.21.

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