Men Pole Vault Athletics VII World Championship 1999 Sevilla, Spain - Thursday 26.08 - Gold Medal: Maksim Tarasov, Russia
Final 19:10Height550570580590596602607
1. Maksim TarasovRUSRUS6.02m-O-OXXOO-
2. Dmitriy MarkovAUSAUS5.90m-O-O-X-XX
3. Aleksandr AverbukhISRISR5.80m-XOXOXXX
4. Danny EckerGERGER5.70mOOXXX
4. Nick HysongUSAUSA5.70mOOXXX
6. Tim LobingerGERGER5.70mOXOXXX
7. Michael StolleGERGER5.70mOXXO-XXX
7. Igor PotapovichKAZKAZ5.70m-XXO-X-XX
9. Danny KrasnovISRISR5.50mOXXX

Men Pole Vault History

10.Okkert BritsRSARSA5.50mXO-XXX
-. Romain MesnilFRAFRANMXXX
-. Jean GalfioneFRAFRANM-XXX
-. Montxu MirandaESPESPDNS
For the first time the world pole vault champion would be someone other than Sergey Bubka, out with an Achilles tendon injury. His heir apparent had long been Tarasov, the 1992 Olympic Champion and a medallist behind Bubka at the last four World Championships, and he grasped the opportunity. The Russian cleared 5.70 and 5.90 first time, 5.96 at the third and 6.02 – adding a centimetre to Bubka’s championship record – at the first try. He had to wait until Markov, who passed 5.96, used up his trials at 6.02 (one) and 6.07 (two) before victory was confirmed. “I hope that now, when people talk about pole vault, they will not talk only about Bubka, but also a bit about me,” he said. As bigger names floundered, Siberian-born Averbukh (an 8084 decathlete in 1997) surprisingly took bronze for Israel’s first ever medal as he was the only man to clear 5.80. Thus, the first three places all went to ex-Soviet athletes.

Qualification - Tuesday 24.08 19.30h

Mark 5.75m 0+13 Athletes
Group AHeight540555565570575
1. Maksim TarasovRUSRUS5.70m---O-
1. Dmitriy MarkovAUSAUS5.70m-O-O-
1. Danny EckerGERGER5.70mOOOO-
4. Nick HysongUSAUSA5.70m--XXOXO-
5. Romain MesnilFRAFRA5.70m-O-XXO-
6. Tim LobingerGERGER5.70mOXXOXOXXO-
7. Montxu MirandaESPESP5.65mOXXOXOXX-
8. Okkert BritsRSARSA5.65mOOXXOXXX
9. Pat MansonUSAUSA5.55m-OXXX
9. Martin ErikssonSWESWE5.55m-OXXX
11.Heikki VaaraniemiFINFIN5.55mOXXOXXX
11.Petr SpacekCZECZE5.55mOXXOXXX
13.Thibaut DuvalBELBEL5.40mOXXX
13.Martin KyselaCZECZE5.40mOXXX
15.Maurilio MarianiITAITA5.40mXOXXX
-. Fumiaki KobayashiJPNJPNNMXXX
-. Grigoriy YegorovKAZKAZDNS
Group BHeight540555565570575
1. Michael StolleGERGER5.70m-O-OX
1. Igor PotapovichKZKKZK5.70m-O-O
3. Jean GalfioneFRAFRA5.70m-XO-OX
4. Aleksandr AverbukhISRISR5.65m-OO-X
5. Danny KrasnovISRISR5.65m-OXXO-X
6. Jeff HartwigUSAUSA5.55m-O-XXX
7. Jose Manuel ArcosESPESP5.55mXOOXXX
8. Dominic JohnsonSTLSTL5.55mOXOXXX
9. Vadim StrogalyovRUSRUS5.55m-XXOXXX
9. Jussi AutioFINFIN5.55mOXXOXXX
11.Javier GarciaESPESP5.40mOXXX
11.Martin VossDENDEN5.40mOXXX
13.Kevin HughesGBRGBR5.40mXOXXX
14.Stepan JanacekCZECZE5.40mXXOXXX
14.Patrik KristianssonSWESWE5.40mXXOXXX
-. Trond BarthelNORNORNMXXX
-. Viktor ChistyakovAUSAUSDNS
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