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San Diego Saturday Night Vaulting Announced

San Diego Saturday Night Vaulting Announced

TEAM EDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH SAN DIEGO MESA COLLEGE TO HOST FRIDAY NIGHT VAULT SERIES

Public Invited to Learn About Olympic Sport Among Vaulters

Team Edge In conjunction with San Diego Mesa College and our sponsor Vaulter Magazine has announced it will host its inaugural Saturday Night Summer Vault Series, it’s designed to encourage the advancement of Pole Vaulting at all levels.

The five-week…

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Luke Cutts going for pole vault Commonwealth gold medal in Glasgow

Luke Cutts going for pole vault Commonwealth gold medal in Glasgow

Luke Cutts is going for gold at the Commonwealth Games – and heading to Glasgow in 
confident mood.

The Thurnscoe pole vault star finished second in last weekend’s Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games.

And he is now aiming to go one better at the Commonwealth Games, which officially opened last night.

Cutts recorded a season’s best clearance of 5.60m in London. It was good enough for second place as he…

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Pole vaulter on the ascent after qualifying for Jr. Olympics

Pole vaulter on the ascent after qualifying for Jr. Olympics

Littered around the home of the Schafers family is a collection of motivational signs.

They include a variety of motivational messages — things like “Bigger. Faster. Stronger.” and the like —but many of them simply say ’13.’

The number has a particular importance for Summer Schafers, a rising junior at Olympia High School, as it represents a goal that she often trains more than five days a week…

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2014 All-Area Girls Track and Field: Beaufort High pole vaulter Jackie Barnes, BC coach Tyrone Pierce lead way

2014 All-Area Girls Track and Field: Beaufort High pole vaulter Jackie Barnes, BC coach Tyrone Pierce lead way

Jackie Barnes will tell you, with no pun intended, that the bar is set high.

Only a sophomore, the Beaufort High School pole vaulter won the Class 4-A state championship for the Eagles after placing fourth as a freshman. She briefly held the national record for her grade this past school year and took aim at the state mark at the S.C. High School League Class 4-A meet in May, coming up just shy.

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Draxler finishes 11th in pole vault at junior worlds

Draxler finishes 11th in pole vault at junior worlds

Wrightstown native Bonnie Draxler finished 11th in the 14-woman pole vault finals Thursday at the IAAF Junior World Championships in Eugene, Ore.

Alena Lutkovskaya of Russia won the event with a Junior World Championships record-tying vault of 4.5 meters. American Desiree Freier was second with a vault of 4.45 meters.

Draxler, one of two Americans who advanced to the finals, cleared 3.95 meters…

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Commonwealth Games Preview: Pole Vault

Commonwealth Games Preview: Pole Vault

If you’re looking for a bit of daring and danger in your Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games watching, nothing tops the high-flying pole vault, a sometimes risky and always entertaining affair.

What is it?
One of the more unique events in the athletics schedule, pole vaulting makes use of a long flexible pole to aid athletes in jumping over a suspended metal bar. Unlike other athletic events, the…

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Olympic Medalist Toby Stevenson Joins UK Track And Field Staff

Olympic Medalist Toby Stevenson Joins UK Track And Field Staff

LEXINGTON, Ky. Toby Stevenson, an Olympic Silver Medalist who also has credentials as an NCAA Champion coach and competitor will join the University of Kentucky track and field staff for the 2014-15 season.

Stevenson will work with the Wildcats’ vertical jumpers and multi-events competitors.

“I am thrilled to be coaching at the University of Kentucky,” Stevenson said. “It’s exciting to join Coach…

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Joel Leon Benitez breaks championship record in Birmingham

Joel Leon Benitez breaks championship record in Birmingham

Joel Leon Benitez breaks championship record in Birmingham

Joel Leon Benitez bettered the 19-year-old English Schools inter boys pole vault record by one centimetre with 4.71m in Birmingham on Friday.

The Notts athlete went on to attempt what would have been an overall personal best height of 4.83m but it wasn’t to be, though he was thrilled to have come away with gold and have written his name…

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UST-ESSX Offers $16,000 to New World Record Setter at Pole Vault Competition, 9/6

UST-ESSX Offers $16,000 to New World Record Setter at Pole Vault Competition, 9/6

BEDFORD, Texas, July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Never have the terms “COOL,” “CAVE,” “UNDERGROUND,” and “POLE VAULTING” come together in such a dynamic way. Saturday Sept 6 th, the weekend after Labor Day, when the final heat of summer is scorching the earth, you could be in the cool underground caves, just south of St. Louis in Crystal City, Missouri doing what you love the most: POLE VAULTING!

The…

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Teesside pole vault star Charlie Myers in best ever form

Teesside pole vault star Charlie Myers in best ever form

Tees pole vault star Charlie Myers was the stand-out performer at the English Schools Athletics Championships as he shattered his personal record to bring home gold.

The former Nunthorpe School pupil went into the two-day event having already pushed his PB up from 4.50m to 4.80m this term, picking up the Scottish indoor and North- east outdoor titles.

After winning silver as a junior in 2011, he…

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