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Commonwealth Games 2018: Men's High Jump, Tejaswin Shankar leads the way for India, Live Updates

Tejaswin Shankar is all set to get his campaign underway at 4pm.
Updated: 09 April 2018 07:15 IST - Published: 09 April 2018 01:49 IST
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Tejaswin clears 2.21m and will represent India in the event on the finals on Day 7
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The high jump finals will take place on 11th of April
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IT'S OFFICIAL! TEJASWIN HAS QUALIFIED FOR THE FINALS
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The event has concluded. Waiting for the official list to confirm the finalists. As things stand, Tejaswin will be in the finals on the 11th of April. 
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Qualification for the final is looking highly likely for Tejaswin as 7 athletes out of 20 have already bowed out
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The 19-year-old clears 2.21m on his second attempt to move on to 5th place for now
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TEJASWIN CLEARS 2.21m!
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A lot of athletes stuck on the 2.21m height. 
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Tejaswin fails to clear 2.21 in his first attempt
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Canadian Michael Mason fails to do so in his first attempt
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2.21m is the height the bar is set for now. Brandon Starc, Jamal Wilson, and David Smith have already cleared it
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Meanwhile all the remaining athletes have cleared 2.18m as well
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Shankar clears 2.18m and finds himself in 4th position

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SHANKAR CLEARS 2.18m!
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Breyton Poole of South Africa, Brandon Starc of Australia, and Manjula Wijesekara of Sri Lanka have all failed to clear 2.18m in their first attempts
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2.18m seems to be the height athletes are going for this time around

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Remember qualification will depend on either a clearance of 2.27m or by coming into the top 12
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There are 6 athletes currently in the 1st position. All of them have cleared 2.15m in their first attempts. Tejaswin is 7th on the board because he took two tries to clear the same height. 
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TEJASWIN CLEARS 2.15M!
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He fails to clear 2.15m in his first attempt. He still has two more attempts left to clear the bar
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Shankar is up next
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Athletes are clearing 2.15m now and Tejaswin will have to do so too to keep up
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Shankar currently holds the national record for a clearance of 2.28m 
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Tejaswin cleared 2.10m. There is qualification if an athlete is able to clear 2.27m or is one of the 12 best athletes out of 20.