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15/02/2014 French pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie sets a world record

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Renaud Lavillenie jumped 6.16 in Donetsk.Congratulations to him.

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Sergey Bubka's pole vault record broken by Renaud Lavillenie!

Lavillenie claimed the men's world record with 6.16 meters. Competing in the annual Pole Vault Stars meeting in Sergey Bubka's hometown of Donetsk, Ukraine, Lavillenie entered the competition at 5.76 meters and cleared that height as well as 5.91 meters on his first attempts before needing all three tries to get over 6.01 m.
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    • Essentials 

    • Personal 

    • 2008 

    • 2009: broke Jean Galfione's 10-year-old French national outdoor pole vault record 

    • 2010: first European Championships gold medal 

    • 2011: broke Jean Galfione's 12-year-old French national indoor pole vault record 

    • 2012: won the Olympic Games and World Indoor Championships gold medals for the first time 

    • 2013 indoor season: third consecutive European Indoor Championships gold medal 

    • 2013 outdoor season: third consecutive World Championships medal 

    • 2014 indoor season: broke absolute world record 

    • 2014 outdoor season 

    • 2020