Mondo Duplantis breaks his own indoor pole vault world record

Mondo Duplantis breaks his own indoor pole vault world record
Sweden's Armand Duplantis with a cheque reward after breaking the indoor Pole Vault world record, during the Indoor Grand Prix at Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, Saturday Feb. 15, 2020. (Ian Rutherford/PA via AP) (Source: Ian Rutherford)

GLASGOW, U.K. (WAFB) - A week after setting a new indoor pole vault world record, former LSU track and field star Mondo Duplantis has done it again.

Duplantis, 20, cleared 6.17 meters on Saturday, Feb. 8 to break the previous record of 6.16 meters. Then, he broke his own record on Saturday, Feb. 15 by clearing 6.18 meters (a little taller than 20′ 3″) at a meet in Glasgow.

Congratulations, Mondo.

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