Évora scored the 7th place in the triple in Paris and qualified for the Diamond League final
Nelson Évora managed to validate only two of six jumps, registering 16.16 meters in the second and 16.82 in the third, which eventually earned him seventh place and the qualification for the Diamond League final.
The Portuguese athlete was seventh in the triple jump of the Paris Diamond League meeting in a race in which the American Will Claye set a new record in the Paris event.
2008 Olympic champion Nelson Évora scored nine points in the various races, joining Pedro Pablo Pichardo on the finalist list.
Claye, who has already jumped 18.14 meters this year, the best world mark of 2019, got a record of 18.06 in the French capital, beating compatriots Christian Taylor, second with 17.82, and Omar Craddock, third with 17.28.