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A,D,E - out because of "at"

b/w B&C - C, might have an incorrect tense - "has jumped"..not sure. Would go with B
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I go with past tense 'jumped'. B.
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It has to be B.

In 1997 - means the sentence should be either in past or past continuous tense.
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