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  • Watch Capital's Ipsen long jump 23 feet, 9 inches

    Capital High senior Britt Ipsen won the long jump and triple jump, and finished second in the high jump and 110-meter hurdles at the Boise Relays on Saturday at Dona Larsen Park.

Capital High senior Britt Ipsen won the long jump and triple jump, and finished second in the high jump and 110-meter hurdles at the Boise Relays on Saturday at Dona Larsen Park. Rachel Roberts rroberts@idahostatesman.com
Capital High senior Britt Ipsen won the long jump and triple jump, and finished second in the high jump and 110-meter hurdles at the Boise Relays on Saturday at Dona Larsen Park. Rachel Roberts rroberts@idahostatesman.com

Jumps come natural for Capital senior

April 08, 2017 10:43 PM