2017 World Championships in Athletics – Women's pole vault Jump to navigation Jump to search. The women's pole vault at the 2017 World Championships in Athletics was held at the Olympic Stadium on 4 and 6 August. Duplantis scales 6.15m in Rome, world's highest ever outdoor vault In the country where ‘Mondo’ means ‘world’, Swedish wunderkind Armand ‘Mondo’ Duplantis confirmed his status as the world’s greatest pole vaulter, jumping higher than anyone … Duplantis missed his next attempt, then Lisek decided to go for the win and saved his two remaining attempts for the next height 5.97 m (19 ft 7 in). World Athletics Championships Oregon 2022 15 Jul - 24 Jul 2022 Home of World … He made an adjustment to the placement of his standards then made it for new life. Patent nos. The club now boasts 24 members, including seven of the past eight Olympic champions in the event. • Made in USA! Ukranian pole vault god Sergey Bubka’s finest year was 1991. Armand Duplantis cleared it on his second attempt, matched by Piotr Lisek, but defending champion Sam Kendricks missed again, not only taking him out of the lead, but leaving him only one more attempt to be allowed to continue. It essentially took a clearance at 4.50 metres to make it into the final. Watch 20-year-old Swede Armand Duplantis break the pole vault world record after clearing 6.18m at the Athletics Indoor Grand Prix in Glasgow. The final was started on 1 October at 20:06. Then on 22 January 1989 – 32 years ago today – an unofficial ‘club’ of six-metre vaulters was formed when Rodion Gataullin became the second person to scale the height. Rio 2016 women's pole vault champion Katerina Stefanidi said on Twitter at the midway point "We need to raise the bar for the second part!!". In an exclusive interview with WION’s Sports Editor, Digvijay Singh Deo, Armand ‘Mondo’ Duplantis – World Athletics Male Athlete of the Year 2020 – spoke about his unforgettable year 2020, record-breaking spree in Pole Vault, registering new world record, expectations in Tokyo Olympics and much more. That year he completed a hat trick of world titles and set EIGHT world records. For pole selection help or vaulting tips, call us at 1-888-556-7464. Stefanidi leads social media reaction. Qualification: 5.75 m (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q). Mondo Duplantis, who last year broke the world record for the event, is one of the newest members of the club. [2], Before the competition records were as follows:[3], The standard to qualify automatically for entry was 5.71 m.[4], The event schedule, in local time (UTC+3), was as follows:[5]. The six-metre pole vault remains one of the most elusive barriers in elite athletics yet it is also one of the most universal. Between them, the group has won 13 world titles outdoors and 14 indoors. We stock the world's largest pole vault pole inventory, have the fastest delivery, and have the most knowledge! The six-metre vault: a universal yet elusive achievement | FEATURE | World Athletics worldathletics.org. Duplantis' achievements in 2020 won him World Athletics' male athlete of the year award Armand Duplantis says that he believes he can go even higher after setting a new pole vault … Renaud Lavillenie’s placid manner is a key component of his success. Pole vault world record holder Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia joins silver medallist Elizabeth Parnov of Australia (2nd L), gold medallist Angelica Bengtsson of Sweden (2nd R) and bronze medallist Ganna Shelekh of Ukraine (R) on podium during the medals ceremony of the women's pole vault at the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Singapore August 21, 2010. In the final, 2013 champion Raphael Holzdeppe and Olympic champion Thiago Braz bowed out, unable to clear 5.80m. Athlete of the year and master of the vault, but still room for improvement for Duplantis World Athletics - Official Site 16:07 7-Dec-20 Yulimar Rojas and Mondo Duplantis crowned 2020 World Athletes of the Year The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Press Release) 08:10 7-Dec-20 Pole vault legend … See more ideas about athlete, track and field, pole vault. The six-metre pole vault remains one of the most elusive barriers in elite athletics yet it is also one of the most universal. The six-metre pole vault remains one of the most elusive barriers in elite athletics yet it is also one of the most universal. The men's pole vault at the 2019 World Athletics Championships was held at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha from 28 September to 1 October 2019.[1]. And when European Athletics council member Marton Gyulai suggested a women's version with Sandi Morris, … At the end of the last century, pole vaulting was practiced with poles made of fir, ash or chestnut wood. At 5.87m, all three missed their first attempt. World Athletics 2013: Yelena Isinbayeva claims pole vault gold. • In stock ready to ship! He made his attempt, putting him into silver medal position. Renaud Lavillenie has just set his first world record aged, you guessed it, 27. Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema World Indoor Championships In Athletics Womens Pole Vault Final sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. FILE PHOTO: Athletics - World Athletics Indoor Tour - Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais - Stade Couvert Regional, Lievin, France - February 19, 2020 Sweden's Armand Duplantis during the Pole Vault … Plenty of athletes tuned in to watch the action unfold on the World Athletics live stream. And while certain nations feature prominently on the world all-time list, the global nature of the pole vault is highlighted by the fact there are 11 different nationalities in the group, spanning five of the six continental areas of the sport. He’s just a chiller. Athletics will get around lockdown restrictions tomorrow by staging an international competition - in back gardens almost 5,000 miles apart. And while six-metre vaults have now become commonplace for the young Swede, he will never forget his first 6.00m jump. Apr 13, 2020 - Explore Richard Perkins's board "Athletics", followed by 306 people on Pinterest. I'm supporting mando, but I'm for Reno as his lovely wife reminds me of holiday in France. “I’ll never forget it.”, Sergey Bubka (URS/UKR) 13 Jul 1985Rodion Gataullin (URS) 22 Jan 1989Okkert Brits (RSA) 29 Jul 1995Igor Trandenkov (RUS) 4 Jul 1996Maksim Tarasov (RUS) 16 Jul 1997Tim Lobinger (GER) 24 Aug 1997Dmitriy Markov (BLR/AUS) 20 Feb 1998Jeff Hartwig (USA) 4 Jun 1998Jean Galfione (FRA) 6 Mar 1999Danny Ecker (GER) 11 Feb 2001Toby Stevenson (USA) 8 May 2004Tim Mack (USA) 18 Sep 2004Paul Burgess (AUS) 26 Feb 2005Brad Walker (USA) 19 Jul 2006Steve Hooker (AUS) 27 Jan 2008Yevgeniy Lukyanenko (RUS) 1 Jul 2008Renaud Lavillenie (FRA) 21 Jun 2009Bjorn Otto (GER) 5 Sep 2012Shawn Barber (CAN) 15 Jan 2016Thiago Braz (BRA) 15 Aug 2016Piotr Lisek (POL) 4 Feb 2017Sam Kendricks (USA) 24 Jun 2017Mondo Duplantis (SWE) 12 Aug 2018Timur Morgunov (RUS) 12 Aug 2018.