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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 ...
Men's Indoor Track and Field World Records
12. Pole Vault. Renaud Lavillenie, FRA, 6.16 meters (20 feet, 2½ inches). February 15, 2014. 13. Long Jump. Carl Lewis, USA, 8.79 (28 feet, 10¼ inches).
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 5.65/18-6½, foreshadowed a difficult road ...
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 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 6.16/20-2½ on his first try to ...
2011 World Championships Recap: Jumps - Track & Field - About.com
Cuba's surprising Lazaro Borges also cleared 5.90 – on his third attempt – to earn the silver medal, while pre-Championships favorite Renaud Lavillenie took ...
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
Introduction to the Pole Vault - Track & Field - About.com
But Renaud Lavillenie of France broke Bubka's indoor mark in 2014, clearing 6.16/20-2½. Lavillenie's mark is accepted as the overall world record. Women's ...