WJC Men: Chapelle (FRA) 5.55

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WJC Men: Chapelle (FRA) 5.55

Unread postby canag » Sun Jul 27, 2014 11:42 am

Complete results
Video of some jumps from english and russian TV feed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMglFwudVBM
Many PBs, as the conditions seemed to be perfect (sunny with constant tail wind).

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Re: WJC Men: Chapelle (FRA) 5.55

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Sun Jul 27, 2014 4:18 pm

Looong competition but tons of outstanding performances!

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Re: WJC Men: Chapelle (FRA) 5.55

Unread postby Wan » Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:40 pm

Was out for a few days because of some vacances...
Very happy for Axel Chapelle's performance (saw him a few months ago, and I did expect for it).
French pole vaulters are still in for a few, and I hope It'll be an example to follow, especially for the next European Championships with Lavillenie and Menaldo.
(his last jump at 5.55m was technically pretty poor (*) but very well passed and PB following... so, good news for the future ?...)
Let's wait and see... ;)

(*) Good run (on 16 steps) and very good plant (with a free take-off) but with the same imperfection as Lavillenie : "group and extand" a bit to soon before the rotation of the pole, wich projects him to the right. But I admit this "imperfection" makes WR when it's mastered... and stiff pole for him at this moment too :)


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