What Is the Men's Pole Vault World Record?

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The men's world record is held by Sergei Bubka of Ukraine with a vault of six point one meters on thirty first July in 1994 in Sestriere in Italy and current indoor world record of six point two meters.
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6.15 meters or about 20 feet 2.25 inches.
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Steve Hooker of Australia set the Olympic world record in men's pole
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The men's world record is held by Sergei Bubka of Ukraine with a vault of 6.14 meters (20 feet 1 3/4 inches). The women's world record is held by Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia with
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Sergey Bubka of Ukraine holds the world record in men's pole vaulting at 6.14 meters (over 20 feet).
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