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Pole vault record set in Poland

09.02.2020 11:45
Swedish pole vaulter Armand Duplantis has set a world record in a competition in Toruń, north-central Poland.
Armand Duplantis in action in Toruń
Armand Duplantis in action in Toruń Photo: PAP/Tytus Żmijewski

The 20-year-old Swede on Saturday cleared 6.17 metres at the Orlen Copernicus Cup, an indoor track and field competition.

Fans broke out in cheers, celebrating a historic moment in sport.

Duplantis beat records by the legendary Ukrainian Sergey Bubka, whose best stood at 6.15 metres, and by Frenchman Renaud Lavillieni, whose record was 6.16 metres.

Duplantis was congratulated on his achievement by Bubka, who said the young Swede had performed a “fantastic job.”


Source: onet.pl