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Swedish Athlete Armand Duplantis Sets New Pole Vault World Record at Diamond League Finals


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New World Record Set in Pole Vault by Swedish Athlete

On September 18, Armand Duplantis, a Swedish athlete, achieved a remarkable feat at the Diamond League finals held in Eugene, United States. He broke the previous world record in pole vaulting.

Record-breaking Performance

Duplantis successfully cleared the bar at an incredible height of 6 meters and 23 centimeters. This achievement surpasses his previous world record of 6.22 meters, which he had set in February during a tournament in Clermont, France.

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An Accomplished Athlete

In addition to his recent record-breaking performance, Duplantis has an impressive track record. He secured the gold medal as the Olympic champion at the Tokyo Olympics. Furthermore, the 23-year-old Swedish athlete has also earned the title of two-time world outdoor champion and emerged as the winner of the 2022 World Indoor Championships.

A Glimpse of Duplantis’ Success

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