6m 23… Duplantis, new world pole vaulter

Armond Duplantis (Sweden), the pole vault record breaker스포츠토토 known as ‘Spiderman’, broke the world record once again.

Duplantis won the men’s pole vault event at the 2023 World Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League Final held at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, USA on the 18th (Korean time) by exceeding 6m 23. He is a new world record, breaking his previous combined indoor and outdoor record of 6m 22 by 1cm. Ernest John Obiena (Philippines) took second place with 5m 82.

Duplantis, who won three consecutive major championships, including the 2021 Tokyo Olympics (6m 02), the 2022 Eugene (6m 21), and the 2023 Budapest World Championships (6m 10), also won three consecutive Diamond League Finals (2021-2023). achieved. Duplantis, whose father was a pole vaulter and whose mother was a heptathlete and volleyball player, is ranked 1st to 4th in the outdoor world and 1st to 5th in the indoor world.

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