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Medal record Irving Saladino, Gold Medalist at Athletics World Championship 2007 Men's Athletics Competitor for  Panama Olympic Games Gold 2008 Beijing Long jump World Championships Gold 2007 Osaka Long jump World Indoor Championships Silver 2006 Moscow Long jump Irving Jahir Saladino Aranda (born January 23, 1983) is a Panamanian long jumper. He is the current Olympic champion, and Panama's first Olympic gold medallist. Saladino was born in Colón, Panama. At the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships he finished second with a new South American indoor record of 8.29 metres. In 2006 he won five (Oslo, Rome, Zurich, Brussels, Berlin) out of six Golden League events in the same season, which earned him a total of $83,333. His only defeat was in Paris where he was second. With 8.56 metres achieved in May 2006 he became the South American record holder. The 2006 world leader in the long jump, Saladino launched his 2007 season with the farthest leap of the year, 8.53m (-0.2 m/s wind), to capture the victory at the "Grande Prêmio Rio Caixa de Atletismo", held in Rio de Janeiro on May 13, 2007. On 24 May 2008, Saladino achieved a new personal record. During the FBK-Games in Hengelo, Saladino jumped with his first attempt to 8.73m (+1.2 m/s wind). He carried the flag for his native country at the opening ceremony of the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. On 30 August 2007 Saladino became the World Champion in Osaka. He led with the mark of 8.30 metres from his second attempt, then improved to 8.46 m, until the penultimate jump of the contest, when he was overtaken by Andrew Howe who set as mark 8.47 m. Saladino was able to earn the gold medal on the last attempt of the contest, in which he jumped 8.57 m. Saladino competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, where he made history in Central America and his country, Panama, by winning the Gold Medal in the long jump competition on 18 August 2008, with a jump of 8.34 meters, giving Panama their first Olympic medal since the 1948 Summer Olympics, and their first gold ever.[1]. This is also the first Olympic gold medal ever won in a men's event by an athlete from Central America. On 21 August 2008 after winning Olympic gold, he arrived to Panama a national hero. Government offices and public schools were closed in honor of him so that public servants were able to attend a parade through Panama City. At a welcoming ceremony, Panamanian boxing legend Roberto Durán presented the Olympic gold medal to Irving Saladino for a second time. Martin Torrijos, President of Panama, announced a decree to name a sports facility in the Villa Deportiva in Juan Díaz after Saladino and granted a check to him for 50,000 U.S. dollars. Also, Ruben Blades performed the song "Patria" (Motherland) in front of thousands of cheering Panamanians. Achievements Year Competition Venue Position Notes Representing  Panama 2003 South American Championships Barquisimeto, Venezuela 3rd 7.46 m 2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia 2nd 8.29 m (AR) Central American and Caribbean Games Cartagena, Colombia 1st 2007 Pan American Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1st 8.28 m World Championships Osaka, Japan 1st 8.57 m (AR) 2008 FBK Games Hengelo 1st 8.73 m (AR) Olympic Games Beijing, PR China 1st 8.34 m 2009 World Championships Berlin, Germany — NM References ^ Saladino leaps into history with Panama's first Athletics gold, Official Olympics site External links IAAF profile for Irving Saladino Sporting positions Preceded by Dwight Phillips Men's Long Jump Best Year Performance 2006 Succeeded by Louis Tsatoumas Preceded by Louis Tsatoumas Men's Long Jump Best Year Performance 2008 Succeeded by Dwight Phillips v • d • e Olympic Champions in Men's Long Jump  1896: Ellery Harding Clark (USA)  •  1900: Alvin Kraenzlein (USA)  •  1904: Myer Prinstein (USA)  •  1908: Frank Irons (USA)  •  1912: Albert Gutterson (USA)  •  1920: William Petersson (SWE)  •  1924: William DeHart Hubbard (USA)  •  1928: Ed Hamm (USA)  •  1932: Ed Gordon (USA)  •  1936: Jesse Owens (USA)  •  1948: Willie Steele (USA)  •  1952: Jerome Biffle (USA)  •  1956: Greg Bell (USA)  •  1960: Ralph Boston (USA)  •  1964: Lynn Davies (GBR)  •  1968: Bob Beamon (USA)  •  1972: Randy Williams (USA)  •  1976: Arnie Robinson (USA)  •  1980: Lutz Dombrowski (GDR)  •  1984: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1988: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1992: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1996: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  2000: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  2004: Dwight Phillips (USA)  •  2008: Irving Saladino (PAN) v • d • e World Champions in Men's Long Jump  1983: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1987: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1991: Mike Powell (USA)  •  1993: Mike Powell (USA)  •  1995: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  1997: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  1999: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  2001: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  2003: Dwight Phillips (USA)  •  2005: Dwight Phillips (USA)  •  2007: Irving Saladino (PAN)  •  2009: Dwight Phillips (USA)  v • d • e Pan American Champions in Men's Long Jump  1951: Gay Bryan (USA)  •  1955: Rosslyn Range (USA)  •  1959: Irvin Roberson (USA)  •  1963 – 1967: Ralph Boston (USA)  •  1971: Arnie Robinson (USA)  •  1975 – 1979: João Carlos de Oliveira (BRA)  •  1983: Jaime Jefferson (CUB)  •  1987: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1991: Jaime Jefferson (CUB)  •  1995 – 2003: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  2007: Irving Saladino (PAN) v • d • e Central American and Caribbean Games Champions in Men's Long Jump  1926: Alfonso de Gortari (MEX)  •  1930: Fernando Navarro (PAN)  •  1935: Norberto Verrier (CUB)  •  1938: Juan Luyanda (PUR)  •  1946: Lloyd La Beach (PAN)  •  1950: Francisco Castro (PUR)  •  1954: Claudio Cabreja (CUB)  •  1959: Deryck Taylor (JAM)  •  1962: Juan Muñoz (VEN)  •  1966: Wellesley Clayton (JAM)  •  1970: Abelardo Pacheco (CUB)  •  1974: Wilfredo Maisonave (PUR)  •  1978: David Giralt (CUB)  •  1982: Delroy Poyser (JAM)  •  1986: Jaime Jefferson (CUB)  •  1990: Juan Felipe Ortiz (CUB)  •  1993: Wendell Williams (TRI)  •  1998: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  2002: Sergio Sauceda (MEX)  •  2006: Irving Saladino (PAN) v • d • e IAAF World / Continental Cup Champions in Men's Long Jump  1977: Arnie Robinson (USA)  •  1979: Larry Myricks (USA)  •  1981: Carl Lewis (USA)  •  1985: Mike Conley (USA)  •  1989: Larry Myricks (USA)  •  1992: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  1994: Fred Salle (GBR)  •  1998: Iván Pedroso (CUB)  •  2002: Savanté Stringfellow (USA)  •  2006: Irving Saladino (PAN)  •  2010: Dwight Phillips (USA) Persondata Name Saladino, Irving Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 23, 1983 Place of birth Date of death Place of death