Armand Duplantis breaks pole vault world record for seventh time,
Armand Duplantis Achieves Seventh Pole Vault World Record
Armand Duplantis made history at the Diamond League Final by breaking the pole vault world record for the seventh time in his career. After clearing 6.23 meters, he celebrated with a victory lap.
This event in Eugene, Oregon, also witnessed Ethiopia’s Gudaf Tsegay breaking the women’s 5,000-meter record with a time of 14 minutes, 0.21 seconds.
Duplantis, representing Sweden, effortlessly cleared 6.23 meters on his first attempt, surpassing his previous record by one centimeter. His historic jump placed him well ahead of second-place finisher Ernest John Obiena from the Philippines, who managed 5.82 meters.