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  • Brad Walker 5m83 [19-1½]

    Hello,

    Does anyone of you have the ancillary serie of Brad Walker
    who won the Pole Vault yesterday in Phoenix with a jump of 5m83?

    Thanks in advance

  • #2
    Re: Brad Walker 5m83

    Code:
    5.50m	5.60m	5.70m	5.83m (19'-1 1/2")	6.00m (19'-8 1/4")	
    O	        P	   XO	           XO	            XXX

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    • #3
      Re: Brad Walker 5m83

      Anyone know how those 6m attempts looked? Was he close?

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      • #4
        Re: Brad Walker 5m83

        Brad Walker is puzzling.

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        • #5
          Re: Brad Walker 5m83

          Originally posted by DecFan
          Anyone know how those 6m attempts looked? Was he close?
          He said they were not great attempts.

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          • #6
            Re: Brad Walker 5m83 [19-1½]

            According to his twitter account, Lavillenie has now the WL as he cleared 5,84 from 8 steps using his home pole vault.

            And 5,53 for Valentin Lavillenie.

            This is more a joke (home pole vault is not an official event), but it seems lavillenie is in good shape.

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            • #7
              Re: Brad Walker 5m83 [19-1½]

              Is the 'wr' the home pole or the 8-step aspect?

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              • #8
                Re: Brad Walker 5m83 [19-1½]

                The record is for the home pole vault, of course it does not mean a lot, as Renaud and his teammates (Stanley Joseph and his elder brother Valentin) are the only ones who compete here.

                I do not know what is the record for the 8 steps.

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                • #9
                  Re: Brad Walker 5m83 [19-1½]

                  Originally posted by k3ck3c
                  I do not know what is the record for the 8 steps.
                  That's 4 lefts. A normal 'short-approach' is typically 5 lefts and a full approach is 8 or 9, so a 4 left jump that high is stratospheric. Anyone know what Bubka could do from short approaches?

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