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Mondo Duplantis flies to new indoor Pole Vault World Document in France

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Sweden’s Pole Vault genius, Mondo Duplantis breaks his World Document for the sixth time in his profession.

It has been a very long time coming this season, and at last, he has accomplished it, as Mondo Duplantis units a brand new indoor World Document (WR) within the Pole Vault with a jaw-dropping new top of 6.22m on the All-Star Perche in Clermont-Ferrand France.

Duplantis entered the competitors at 5.71m and cleared that top on his first try. He then handed at 5.81m and managed 5.91m on his second strive. At 6.01m, he had the competitors gained at this level, clearing it on his first try.

Then it was time to strive 6.22m. He flew over the peak on his third try after failing the primary two tries.

<span class="description"> Duplantis soared to a brand new Pole Vault WR of 6.22m </span>

The 23-year-old now owns the highest six finest marks within the historical past of the occasion with 6.22m, 6.21m (WR outdoor), 6.20m, 6.19m, 6.18m, and 6.17m, every time breaking his WR.

Additionally, it is his sixtieth bounce over 6.00m in his profession, which speaks volumes of how unreal his expertise is within the Pole Vault.

Nonetheless having some meters to spare over the 6.22m mark, Duplantis should still attempt to try 6.30m earlier than the top of the season.

Duplantis within the 2023 indoor season

In his season debut, he cleared a world-leading top of 6.10m to win the occasion on the Mondo Traditional in Uppsala, Sweden. He tried a WR try at 6.22m however failed in all three makes an attempt.

<span class="description"> Armand Duplantis cleared over 6.00m for the second time in 2023 </span>

Nevertheless, it was his highest season debut in historical past and finest profession opener, that already gave a glimpse on what to anticipate for the remainder of the season.

Then in his second meet on the ISTAF Berlin, the WR holder would clear a brand new assembly report of 6.06m, bettering the earlier report set final 12 months by 3cm.