Yulimar Rojas, 24, set a new three-time world record in the final of the World Athletics Hall on Friday night in Madrid.
The terrifying swarm of Rojas' last attempt carried 15.43 meters. The Venezuelan broke Tatyana Lebedeva's 2004 record by seven cents.
At the same time, the double-world champion's leap was two cents longer than his outer-world record. It is also the second longest leap in history, with the exception of both indoor and outdoor competitions.
The world record for triple jump outer tracks is a performance of 15.50 meters by Inessa Kravets of Ukraine in 1995 in Ullevi.