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I saw this abbreviation (ND) in jumps result at a local championship. What does this stand for?

I am guessing something like did not meet the minimum length but would like to be sure.

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up vote 12 down vote accepted

No Distance - e.g. if a long jumper fails to perform a legal jump.

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What makes an jump ilegal: touching the line? – Gabriel Solomon Mar 3 '12 at 17:43

Yeah so like if you don't jump with the white line cause I had ND on all of my long jump experiences cause I was taught at another white line if that makes any sense.

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