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Pole Vault

In the Olympics, it has has been contested by men since 1896 and women from 2000.

The normal convention used if two or more vaulters have finished with the same height is to use the number of misses at the final height as a tie-breaker.

Performances by guest athletes from outside Wellington are marked [IE].

Wellington Records as at 15 February 2020.

  M35 W35
WLG Rec 2.80 - Mark Macfarlane no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested
  M40 W40
WLG Rec 2.80 - Mark Macfarlane (2006) no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested
  M45 W45
WLG Rec 3.60 - Robin Ball (1984) no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested
  M50 W50
WLG Rec 3.81 - Robin Ball no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested
  M55 W55
WLG Rec 2.40 - Gary Rawson (2016) no record
2020
2017
not contested not contested
2016 2.40 - Gary Rawson
no second or third place
not contested
2015
2013
not contested not contested
  M60 W60
WLG Rec 2.10 - Gary Rawson (2020) no record
2020 2.10 - Gary Rawson
no second or third place
not contested
2019
2013
not contested not contested
  M65 W65
WLG Rec 2.16 - E Drummond (1989) no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested
  M70 W70
WLG Rec 1.40 - Bill Nicholson (1995) no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested
  M75 W75
WLG Rec 1.40 - Bill Nicholson no record
2020
2013
not contested not contested

  

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  Last Updated 15 February 2020