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Renaud Lavillenie: Out-Vaulting Bubka - Track and Field - About.com
A brief athletic biography of French pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie, the 2012 Olympic champion and world record-holder.
2013 World Championship Review: Men's Jumps - Track and Field
France's Renaud Lavillenie was the clear favorite in the men's pole vault, but his opening miss during qualifications, at 5.65/18-6½, foreshadowed a difficult road ...
World Indoor Championships Men's Jumps Review - Track and Field
The absence of France's Renaud Lavillenie hung over the event, as he suffered an injury after breaking the world record just a few weeks before the ...
The Top Finishers in the 2012 Men's World Indoor Track and Field ...
SILVER Christian Taylor, USA, 17.63. BRONZE Lyukman Adams, RUS, 17.36. Pole Vault GOLD Renaud Lavillenie, FRA, 5.95. SILVER Bjorn Otto, GER, 5.80
Men's Olympic Records - Track and Field - About.com
Renaud Lavillenie, France, 5.97 meters. August 10, 2012. The London Games marked the third straight in which the Olympic pole vault record was broken.
The Best 2013 World Championship Men's Jumpers - Track and Field
Defending Olympic champion Renaud Lavillenie of France has dominated men's pole vaulting in 2013 and enters the World Championships as the clear favorite ...
Introduction to the Pole Vault - Track and Field - About.com
His outdoor best of 6.14 meters (20 feet, 1¾ inches) still stands as the outdoor world record. But Renaud Lavillenie of France broke Bubka's indoor mark in 2014, ...
Men's Pole Vault World Records - Track and Field - About.com
That was a fortunate change for France's Renaud Lavillenie. Jumping in Donetsk in 2014, with Bubka watching, Lavillenie cleared 6.16/20-2½ on his first try to ...
Pole vault - Track and Field - About.com
A brief athletic biography of French pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie, the 2012 Olympic champion and world record-holder. Free Track & Field Newsletter! Sign Up.
Men's Track & Field World Records by Event - Track and Field
Renaud Lavillenie, France, 6.16 meters (20 feet, 2½ inches). Competing in Donetsk, Ukraine - the home town of former world record-holder Sergey Bubka - and ...