Armand Duplantis (24, Sweden), the holder of the world record for pole vaulting, broke the previous record by 1 cm in seven months after winning the men’s pole vault indoor competition .
Duplantis surpassed 6m22 in the pole vault at the 2023 World Athletics Federation Indoor Silver Tour All-Star Perche Meeting held in Clermont-Ferrand, France on the 26th, breaking his previous combined indoor and outdoor world record of 6m21 by 1cm. 스포츠토토
Duplantis succeeded in 6m01 in the first period and confirmed the championship early. The second place was Curtis Marshall (Australia), who exceeded 5m91. Du Plantis, who continued his challenge with 6m22, failed in the 1st and 2nd rounds, but overcame it in the 3rd round and set a new world record in his fourth race of the year. It has been seven months since setting a new combined indoor and outdoor world record over 6m21 at the 2022 Outdoor World Athletics Championships held in Eugene, Oregon, USA in July last year.
As of 2020, Duplantis, who has risen to the top of the pole vault history, has set five indoor world records, three outdoor world records, and six combined indoor and outdoor world records. The first to third places in the outdoor men’s pole vault are Duplantis’ 6m21, 6m16, and 6m15. Even in indoor games, Duplantis made all-time records (6m22, 6m20, 6m19, 6m18, 6m17) from 1st to 5th.