Once more duplantis Breaks Post Vault World Record

Tokyo Olympic gold medalist Armand “Mondo” Duplantis continues to soar to greater heights, breaking the pole vault world record once again. 온라인슬롯

The Swedish pole vaulter cleared a world record height of 6.19-meters/20′ 3 ¾” indoors in Belgrade, Serbia on Monday. Duplantis grazed the crossbar slightly going over and while it wobbled, it remained intact on the standards.

Duplantis won the meet with successful vaults at 5.61, 5.85 and 6.00 meters on his first attempts, and then raised the bar 19 centimeters of nearly seven inches. He cleared the world record height on his third and final attempt. 온라인바카라

“I think I’ve tried 6.19 50 times,” before finally clearing it,” Duplantis told reporters trackside in Belgrade. “It’s been a long time coming. I’ve never had a height quite give me the trouble like that ever my entire life, and I’ve been jumping for a very long time.

“I feel like I can jump a lot higher than I’ve jumped. I feel like this is just a start. I think there are a lot more barriers to push, getting into the 6.20s.” 안전놀이터

It marked the third time that the 22-year-old Duplantis has broken the world record over the past 25 months.

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