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A 22-year-Ninon Guillon-Romarin has equaled the record of France of jump to the pole across 4,71 m, Saturday at Orleans.
Ninon Guillon-Romarin went up to Orleans. (S. Mud/The Team)
Ninon Guillon-Romarin has equaled the record of France in the pole vault with 4,71 m, Saturday night at the Perche elite tour, at Orleans. The vault of 22-year-old has passed the same bar that Marion Fiack on January 10, 2015, to Aubière. It should be noted that this record room is the office of record in the open air and provides him with the level of performance for the Global room of Birmingham (1-4 march).
Guillon-Romarin, who was on his back, spent 4,31 m, 4.41 m, and 4,51 m in the first test. The pan driven by Sébastien Homo has then failed twice at 4.60 m, her previous personal record, before moving on. Ninon Guillon-Romarin has been the impasse to 4,66 m and finished by crossing 4,71 m on his last attempt. She also won the contest in front of the Greek Nikoleta Kiriakopoulou (4.60 m) and Marion Fiack (4.41 m), which produced his best jump for the season 2015. Knocked out in qualifying at the World championships in London last summer, Guillon-Rosemary begins ideally in its season.
In men, the Greek Kostas Filippidis won with 5,71 mr. French Kévin Ménaldo ranked 6th with 5,51 m, and Stanley Joseph follows him to the 7th place, with 5,35 mr.