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Commonwealth Games 2018: Athletics Men's High Jump Final, India's Tejaswin Shankar fighting for gold, Live Updates

The action is scheduled to start at 3:35 pm at the Carrara Stadium High Jump A
Updated: 11 April 2018 16:32 IST - Published: 11 April 2018 14:23 IST
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Nevertheless, great effort from the young Indian athlete as he finished 6th in his CWG debut. 
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Tejaswin fails to clear the 2.27m mark for the third time. He is out of the competition 
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Tejaswin and Mason back out for their third attempts
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Donald Thomas and Allan Smith clear the bar. 
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Starc and Thomas clear the 2.27m mark. 
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Tejaswin fails to clear the 2.27m mark on his second attempt as well
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Allan Smith fails as well. Everyone except Jamal Wilson onto their next attempts!
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Lovett, Mason, and Thomas fail to clear the mark!
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He fails to clear the 2.27m mark for now. He'll get two more attempts. 
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Jamal Wilson clears the bar. Tejaswin up next
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2.27m is the mark now! Brandon Starc up first. He fails to clear the mark!
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Lee is out!
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Baker is out!
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Baker and Lei will get one more jump each to clear the mark 
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Lovett also clears the mark. Chris Baker and Hup Wee Lei both failed in their second attempts as well.
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Thomas the third athlete to clear the mark in his second attempt
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Starc and Wilson clear the mark in their second tries. 
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Allan Smith clears as well! 2.24m is a Seasonal Best for Smith
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Allan Smith the only athlete remaining to make his first jump. Only Tejaswin and Mason have cleared it so far!
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Baker, Lee, and Lovett fail on their first attempt as well! 
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Shankar and Mason, the only athletes to clear the 2.24m mark so far. 
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Donald Thomas fails as well!
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Brandon Starc and Jamal Wilson both fail to clear the mark in their fist attempts 
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TEJASWIN CLEARS 2.24m! HE MOVES TO THE TOP FOR NOW!
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TEJASWIN IS HERE TO ATTEMPT HIS JUMP!
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2.24m is the height now. 4m below Tejaswin's personal best
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On to the next round!
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Smith clears it!
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Allam Smith the last high jumper remaining in the 2.18m range as he attempts his third jump. 
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David Smith, Robert Grabarz, and Randhawa are out!
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Shankar is safe for now. As things stand, he is in the 5th position. 
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Baker and Mason clear the mark 
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Mason, David Smith, Alan Smith, Chris Baker, Robert Grabarz, and Randhawa all fail to clear the 2.21 mark. They will get two more tries each 
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David Smith, Michael Mason, and Chris Baker fail to clear the mark. 
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HE CLEARS IT!

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Tejaswin is out to attempt his first jump at 2.21m!
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Jamal Wilson clears 2.21m 
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12 out of 13 athletes moving forward with Wijesekara as the only one out of the competition so far
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Baker clears but WIjesekara cannot and he is out!
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Wijesekara fails his second attempt as well. Baker and Wijesekara are the only athletes remaining who have failed to clear the bar. Both onto their 3rd attempts
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Chris Baker fails to clear 2.18 on his second attempt as well. 
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TEJASWIN CLEARS 2.18 ON HIS SECOND ATTEMPT!
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Scottish Alan Smith is the last one of the batch to attempt his first jump. He clears it as well. 
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Canadian Django Lovett is able to clear the bar with a jump of 2.18m 
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Robert Grabaz, Hup Wei Lee fail to clear 2.18m 
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Wijesekara drops the bar on his first attempt as well
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Chris Baker of England fails to clear the bar. Meanwhile, Sri Lankan Wijesekera is next. 
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Michael Mason and David Smith both clear their attempts at 2.18 
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He fails to clear his first attempt at 2.18m 
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TEJASWIN SHANKAR IS HERE!