United States' Brittney Reese waves as she wears the U.S. flag after she won the women's long jump final during the World Indoor Athletics Championships, March 19, 2016, in Portland, Ore. Reese was attempting to claim her 11th national title on Saturday at the USA Track & Field outdoor championships in Sacramento, California.
United States' Brittney Reese waves as she wears the U.S. flag after she won the women's long jump final during the World Indoor Athletics Championships, March 19, 2016, in Portland, Ore. Reese was attempting to claim her 11th national title on Saturday at the USA Track & Field outdoor championships in Sacramento, California. Rick Bowmer AP
United States' Brittney Reese waves as she wears the U.S. flag after she won the women's long jump final during the World Indoor Athletics Championships, March 19, 2016, in Portland, Ore. Reese was attempting to claim her 11th national title on Saturday at the USA Track & Field outdoor championships in Sacramento, California. Rick Bowmer AP

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