Pole-vault

The meeting record is 5,62 m (Mark Hollis and Jeremy Scott / USA, 2010).

Konstadinos FILIPPIDIS / GRE

personal best: 5.83 m

World Champion 2014 (i)

Lazaro BORGES / CUB

personal best: 5.90 m

Vice-World Champion 2011
Nr. 2 World Rankings 2011

 

Sergey KUCHERYANU / RUS

personal best: 5.81 m

Finalist World Championships 2013
Olympian 2012

Edi MAIA / POR

personal best: 5.70 m

Nr. 15 World Rankings 2014 (i) Olympian 2012

 

Igor BYCHKOV / ESP

personal best: 5.65 m

Olympian 2012
Participant World Championships 2011

Dimitris PATSOUKAKIS / GRE

personal best: 5.62 m

Nr. 6 World Rankings 2014

 

Mareks ARENTS / LAT

personal best: 5.62 m

Olympian 2012
Participant World Championships 2013

Marquis RICHARDS / SUI

personal best: 5.40 m

Finalist WC Juniors WM 2010

 

Lukas WIRTH / AUT

personal best: 5.15 m

Finalist EC Juniors 2013
Austrian Record holder Youth and Juniors

Hussein AL-HIZAM / KSA

personal best: 5.32 m

Nr. 1 World Rankings Youth 2013
Saudi-Arabian Record holder

canceled

 

Salto Nullo

Athletes who do not make a valid jump will get the "golden frog".

 

Heights:
4,98 m / 5,18 m / 5,38 m / 5,48 m / 5,58 m / 5,63 m (meeting record) / 5,68 m / 5,73 m / 5,78 m / 5,83 m (Nordketten-Trophy) and forward 5 cm

Nordketten Trophy:

If an athlete reaches the new "FlySwat" record of 5,83 m, he can see the northern mountain chain behind the Golden Roof. The existing "Fly Swat" record is with 5,80 m held by vice-world champion Björn Otto (Cologne 2013).

The Nordketten Trophy is doped with € 4.000,-. Are two or more athletes crossing this height, the premium goes to the overall winner.

In case that this height will not be reached, the advertised amount comes in a jackpot and will be raised in the coming year. 

We are grateful to the Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen for their support!