I wouldn’t call that low but it’s definitely not a big booming jump like Powell or Phillips in their hayday. As has been said, speed at takeoff is overwhelmingly the biggest factor influencing the measured distance. But, if a slower jumper wants to jump as far as a faster jumper, they either have to get faster or be able to have a greater takeoff angle; the latter of which is difficult without creating a further discrepancy in speed at takeoff. Thanks for the video. That’s a great angle to take a look at his takeoff. If only the video were a little less shaky.