Donald Thomas (born 1 July 1984) is a Bahamian high jumper from Freeport, Bahamas. Thomas took up the sport in early 2006, having previously played basketball at Lindenwood University. He cleared 2.22 metres in his first meet, and just months later he placed second at the 2006 NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships with a height of 7-01.75 and finished fourth at the 2006 Commonwealth Games with a 2.23 m jump. In the 2007 indoor season he cleared 2.30 metres for the first time, and eventually jumped 2.33 metres in March in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In July 2007 he cleared 2.35 metres on the world record track in Salamanca, Spain. The result was a new personal best and the world seasons best at the time. He then won the World Championships in Osaka, again with a 2.35 jump. He also won gold at the 2007 IAAF World Athletics Final….. to know more, please go to wikipedia or IAAF Stats Link.
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