Duplantis Almost Break World Record As Chinjindu Ujah And Gina Bass On Fire

In PSD Bank Dusseldorf Indoor Meeting yesterday in German, the Swedish Armand Duplantis almost erase the World Pole Vault indoor record when he vaulted 6.00m narrowly missed the World by 17 cm.

In the 60m British Chinjindu Ujah was back to form by winning in 6.53s to 6.56s by American Brands Carnes. The Gambian Gina Bass hit a life time best by returning 7.16s. Tobi Amusa was lethargic to take 4th in 60h in 7.96s

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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