Teenager Amanda Moll clears 4.61m to break pole vault world junior indoor record

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Teenager Amanda Moll made some history by setting a new World Junior pole vault record.

The 17-year-old Amanda Moll won the Elite division with a new Junior World indoor record of 4.61m (15,2ft) at the pole vault summit in Reno, Nevada, on Friday (14). 

Moll bettered her personal best mark 10cm.

In the men's elite division, Thibaut Collet from France cleared a world lead of 5.81m for victory on countback ahead of Jacob Wooten from the United States.

Pole Vault Summit Results

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