Michael Mason (athlete)

Michael Mason (Athlete)

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Michael Mason (athlete)

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Michael Mason (born 30 September 1986) is a Canadian high jumper.

He won the IAAF World Junior Championships gold medal in 2004. From Nanoose Bay, British Columbia, Mason is only the second Canadian to win a World Junior Championship gold medal, following Mark Boswell who won in 1996. Mason holds a number of provincial records previously held by retired Canadian high jumper and 1976 Olympic Silver Medallist Greg Joy, including the BC high school, junior and senior records. He holds a current personal best of 2.27 m achieved with his gold medal performance at the 2007 Canadian Senior Championships. Mason is also the current NAIA record holder and was the bronze medalist at the 2006 NACAC Championships.

In 2008 Mason improved his personal best during the indoor season, to 2.30 in January in Seattle. At the 2008 World Indoor Championships he finished eighth.



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