pole vaulter

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n pole vaulter an athlete who jumps over a high crossbar with the aid of a long pole
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Usage


In news:

Ukranian pole vaulter Ganna Shelekh had one of those failing moments when one of her vaulting attempts at the height of 14-4 went terribly wrong.
Nine feet might not seem like much in retrospect but for Otay Ranch sophomore pole vaulter Alexander Law, it meant everything at the time.
More than a decade in the making, Lacy Janson can finally add the Olympian to her resume as one of the most decorated pole vaulters in US history.
Lavillenie, the world indoor champion, has been the dominant pole vaulter in 2012.
She is a "Pole Vaulter ".
River Road pole vaulter Harris qualifies for US Junior Olympic meet.
Second Time The Charm For Washington's Olympic Pole Vaulter .
COLUMBIA — All pole vaulters look short standing alongside a 16-foot pole.
This is Dr William Bell, the 90-year-old father of former Olympian pole- vaulter Earl Bell.
Dr Bell holds the world record for pole-vaulters in his age group.
Free Beer & Hot Wings – 90-Year-Old Pole Vaulter .
Hutons was also a standout at Terre Haute North and an All-American Pole Vaulter at Indiana State.
Pole vaulter Lenzey Stidham also improved on an auto mark, taking fourth with a height of 11-7 3/4 (3.55m).
Tammy Kirby Bowers cleared heights nearly double her 5-foot-3 stature as a BYU pole vaulter.
Bloom Township pole vaulters eye state track meet medals.
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