Eleanor won the competition with a first-attempt clearance of 2.02 m. Although she was unable to clear the 2.04 m bar, it was still enough for her to defeat Yaroslava of Ukraine to claim the gold.
Eleanor Patterson is an Australian track and field athlete who specializes in high jump. Eleanor was in blazing form in Europe in early 2022, winning three of three contests and breaking the Australian Indoor high jump record of 1.99m. Her competitions had featured victories over her main rival, Tokyo gold medallist Mariya Lasitskene, and silver medalist Yaroslava Mahuchikh of Ukraine. Eleanor clinched the silver medal in the 2022 World Indoor Championships in Belgrade in March after setting a new Australian Indoor record height of 2.00m. In 2022, the height represented her second indoor Commonwealth, Oceania, and Australian record. It was Australia’s first World Indoors medal, and the performance would have earned her a gold at the World Indoor Championships in 2012 and 2016.
Patterson moved one step higher on the podium on July 19, 2022, in Eugene, winning gold and the global title with a personal best of 2.02m. Eleanor breezed through the qualifying round at the World Championships in Eugene in July, just her third outdoor competition of the year. Eleanor won the competition with a first-attempt clearance of 2.02 m. Although she was unable to clear the 2.04 m bar, it was still enough for her to defeat Yaroslava of Ukraine to claim the gold. She tied the national record for Australia and brought home the nation’s first high jump gold medal ever.
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Marco Fassinotti is an Italian track and field athlete who specializes in high jump. Marco is also the fiancé of Eleanor.
No, Eleanor Patterson and Marco Fassinotti do not have any kids.
Marco Fassinotti established a record of 2.29 meters on March 5, 2011, in Paris. On July 13, 2008, at Bydgoszcz, Poland, he placed seventh in the athletics World Junior Championships final. He participated in the inaugural European Championships in Barcelona in 2010 after joining the Centro Sportivo Aeronautica Militare sports organization and finished in ninth place with a best effort of 2.23 m. With a personal best of 2.29 m, Fassinotti placed sixth in the 2011 European Indoor Games in Paris. He works out with SAFA at the Club Primo Nebiolo in Turin. He represented Italy at the 2022 World and European Championships.