The 17 year old British talent at SportCity on Sunday cleared a massive 5.46m to set world youth U18 record.
After the record breaking jump, Hague move the bar to a new British U20 record height, but failed to clear in his next three attempts. Hague will have a chance to break the British U20 record as he will be in the junior U20 category for the next two years.
The rising British pole vault star Hague finished in eight place at this years World Junior championships in Eugene. He trains with current British pole vault record holder and Commonwealth games silver medalist Luke Cutts. Both athletes are coached by pole vault specialist Trevor Fox at the Dearne ALC in Sheffield.