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Renaud Lavillenie: Out-Vaulting Bubka - Track & Field - About.com
Renaud Lavillenie mastered the fine art of pole vaulting at a young age, then turned promise into gold with a series of impressive victories in his mid-20s, ...
The Best 2013 World Championship Men's Jumpers - Track & 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 ...
World's Top 2012 Olympic Contenders - Track & Field - About.com
Renaud Lavillenie. The Frenchman never earned more than a bronze medal in World Championship competition until he won the World Indoor title in 2012, just  ...
2013 World Championship Review: Men's Jumps - Track & Field
France's Renaud Lavillenie was the clear favorite in the men's pole vault, but his opening miss during qualifications, at 5.65/18-6, foreshadowed a difficult road ...
Men's Indoor Track and Field World Records
12. Pole Vault. Renaud Lavillenie, FRA, 6.16 meters (20 feet, 2 inches). February 15, 2014. 13. Long Jump. Carl Lewis, USA, 8.79 (28 feet, 10 inches).
London Olympics Preview: Jumps - Track & Field - About.com
France's Renaud Lavillenie will cross the Channel looking for London pole vault gold after winning the World Indoor Championship and dominating the 2012 ...
Men's Olympic Records - Track & 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. Ads.
Men's Track & Field World Records by Event - About.com
Renaud Lavillenie, France, 6.16 meters (20 feet, 2 inches). Competing in Donetsk, Ukraine - the home town of former world record-holder Sergey Bubka - and ...
Pole Vault Men's Olympic Medalists - Track & Field - About.com
GOLD Steven Hooker, AUS 5.96. SILVER Evgeniy Lukyanenko, RUS 5.85. BRONZE Denys Yurchenko, UKR 5.70. 2012. GOLD Renaud Lavillenie, FRA 5.97
Men's Pole Vault World Records - Track & Field - About.com
That was a fortunate change for France's Renaud Lavillenie. Jumping in Donetsk in 2014, with Bubka watching, Lavillenie cleared 6.16/20-2 on his first try to ...
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