Capital senior Britt Ipsen, shown competing in the high jump at last year’s district meet, participated in the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York in March. Ipsen placed sixth in the championship division of the long jump (23 feet, 0.5 inches), 10th in the high jump (6-7) and won the emerging elite division of the triple jump with a meet record of 48-2.5.
Capital senior Britt Ipsen, shown competing in the high jump at last year’s district meet, participated in the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York in March. Ipsen placed sixth in the championship division of the long jump (23 feet, 0.5 inches), 10th in the high jump (6-7) and won the emerging elite division of the triple jump with a meet record of 48-2.5. Darin Oswald Statesman file photo
Capital senior Britt Ipsen, shown competing in the high jump at last year’s district meet, participated in the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York in March. Ipsen placed sixth in the championship division of the long jump (23 feet, 0.5 inches), 10th in the high jump (6-7) and won the emerging elite division of the triple jump with a meet record of 48-2.5. Darin Oswald Statesman file photo

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