Brooke Buschkuehl

Brooke Buschkuehl is an Olympic long-jumper athlete from Australia. She is the current Australian & Oceanic Record Holder and a two-time Commonwealth Games Silver medalist. She has a personal best of 7.13m.

Brooke Buschkuehl was born on July 12, 1993, in Box Hill, Australia. She started her career at the Nunawading Little Athletics Center at the tender age of 5. She also competed in athletics at school level for Caulfield Grammar School. Four years later she won the under-9 state title, as well as the gold at the 2007 Sydney Australian All Schools Championships, 2008 Canberra Pacific Schools Games, 2009 Melbourne Victorian Junior Championships, and 2009 Adelaide Australian Junior Championships. She also competed at the 2009 Bressanone IAAF World Youth Championships, where she placed 10th.

Brooke Buschkuehl dominated junior and youth champions in Australia in 2010. She won the gold at the Melbourne Victorian Junior & U18 Championships (winning gold also in the triple jump), Sydney Australian Junior Championships, and Melbourne Australian All Schools Championships. She also won the gold at the Richmond Kajaks Review International Track Classic and finished 6th at the Moncton IAAF World Junior Championships.

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In 2011, Brooke Buschkuehl won the silver at the Melbourne Australian Open Championships, proving her skills at the senior level. She won the gold at the Mannheim Bauhaus Junioren-Gala, Mannheim Bauhaus Junioren-Gala, Wellington Capital Classic, Palmertson North Cooks Classic, as well as Sydney Australian Junior Championships and several other championships. She competed also at the prestigious Sydney Track Classic, finishing 4th.

Brooke Buschkuehl took part at the 2012 Barcelona IAAF World Junior Championships and reached the finals, but with 6.42m remained only 7th. During the season she won the silver at the Melbourne Australian Open Championships and Perth Track Classic, as well as bronze at the Melbourne Track Classic.

In 2013, Brooke Buschkuehl made a strong season, winning silver at the Melbourne IAAF World Challenge, Sydney Australian Open Championships, and the Taipei Taiwan Open Championships. She also earned gold at lower rated Christchurch International Track Meeting, Melbourne Victorian Championships, and Melbourne Zatopek:10.

Brooke Buschkuehl won her first Australian high jump senior title in 2014 at the Melbourne Australian Championships with a result of 6.70m. She also won the gold at the Sydney Track Classic and Perth Track Classic.

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In 2015, Brooke Buschkuehl won the bronze at the prestigious Kawasaki Seiko Golden Grand Prix and silver at the Brisbane Australian Championships. She competed also at the Beijing IAAF World Championships but missed qualifying for the final.

Brooke Buschkuehl debuted at the Olympic Games at Rio 2016 Olympics, where she finished 7th in the final and was very close to winning an honor. During the season she also debuted in the Diamond League, finishing 4th at the Stockholm BAUHAUS Galan. Brooke Buschkuehl competed at the Portland IAAF World Indoor Championships, missing again the honor for a while, finishing 5th. During the season, she also won gold at the Sydney Australian Championships and silver at the Kawasaki Seiko Golden Grand Prix.

In 2017, Brooke Buschkuehl won her first Diamond League medal, winning bronze at the London Muller Anniversary Games. She competed at the London IAAF World Championships in Athletics but remained 6th in the final. Meanwhile, she won gold at the Lignano Sabbiadoro Meeting International Sport Solidarieta and silver at the Liege Meeting International de la province de Liege.

In 2018, Brooke Buschkuehl won bronze at the Ostrava IAAF Continental Cup and again a Diamond League bronze at London Muller Anniversary Games. She earned the gold at the Berlin ISTAF and silver at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Locally, she became again Australian champion.

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Brooke Buschkuehl continue improving her results and honors in 2019, winning Doha Diamond League bronze, Oceania Championships silver, as well as Queensland International Track Classic and Seiko Golden Grand Prix golds. She competed at the Doha IAAF World Championships in Athletics but remained 10th.

In 2020, she competed entirely locally due to the short season. She won the gold at the Sydney Track Classic, Jandakot Airport Track Classic, and AACT Championships.

Brooke Buschkuehl won the gold at the 2021 Australian Championships, the 2021 Queensland Track Classic, and the 2021 Coral Coast Carnival. She competed also in her second Olympic Games at Tokyo 2020 Olympics, remaining 7th in the final and again missing the honor.

In 2022, Brooke Buschkuehl won her second silver at the Birmingham XXII Commonwealth Games. She competed at the Eugene World Athletics Championships, but missed the medal for a while, finishing 5th. Meanwhile, she won gold at the BoXX United Manchester World Athletics Continental Tour and silver at the Sollentuna GP.

Brooke Buschkuehl started the 2023 season with a title at the Australian Championships and silver at the Seiko Golden Grand Prix.

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