Here are the top 10 highest pole-vault jump record holders in history
In Pole vaulting or pole jumping, an athlete uses a long and flexible pole as an aid to jump over a bar. The pole is usually made from fiberglass or carbon fiber so that it wouldn’t break even if stretched too far.
This article will tell you about the top 10 longest pole-vault jump record holders in history. Can you guess who among the women holds the record of longest pole-vault jump in history?
Highest Pole-Vault Jump Record Holders
- Armand Duplantis – 6.18m
- Armand Duplantis – 6.17m
- Renaud Lavillenie – 6.16m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.14m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.13m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.12m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.11m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.10m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.09m
- Sergey Bubka – 6.08m
On 15 February 2020, Swedish athlete Armand Duplantis became the highest pole-vault jump record. He surpassed Renaud Lavillenie’s record of 6.16m who held the record for 6 years after creating it in 2014.
Sergey Bubka is considered as one of the greatest pole-vault athlete of all time. He broke his own record for 6 times one after the other until he reroded his highest jump of 6.14m.