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The Swede sets the record for outdoor pole vault; Thiago Braz is in 3rd place

Armand Duplantis made history on the Diamond League Stockholm stage this Thursday, 30

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Duplantis, 22, is making sports history

Armand Duplantis never stop overdoing it. The Swede broke the foreign record this Thursday, the 30th safe in Stockholm, Sweden, scene of Diamond League. He hit the mark 6.16 meters. The height, however, is four inches lower than the inner mark reached by Duplantis last March. The previous indoor record was held by Armand Duplantis himself. He had jumped 6.15 meters, in Rome, in 2020. With the following results, the Swede left behind the Ukrainian Sergei Bubka, who currently holds a position in the direction of Yaaf (International Athletics Federation). With another record broken indoors, Duplantis shows he will not rest until the end Paris Olympics. Despite winning the gold medal in Tokyo, the 22-year-old Swede was drowning unable to break the Olympic record, which belongs to the Brazilian. Thiago Braz (6.06 m), possible in Rio-2016.

The internal brand is distinguished from the external records because it does not accept weather interference, e.g. wind, which causes significant changes, especially in sports such as archery. Brazilian Thiago Braz closed the race in third place after jumping 5.93 meters. Opposite him was the American Christopher Nilsen, who also scored 5.93 meters. The podium in Stockholm repeated the Olympic placements taken in the Japanese capital last year. Now, athletes focus on World Athleticswhich takes place in Eugene, in the United States, from July 15th.

* With information from the Estadão Contents

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