A week earlier, Chloe Cunliffe was shaky in the air at The Texas Relays.

But what a difference a week makes.

The West Seattle (WA) senior athlete shook off an up-and-down outing in Austin, Texas, on March 31 and came back motivated on Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational in California, netting a new national record in the girls pole vault by clearing 14 feet, 8 inches on her first attempt. It’s her second national record in ensuing seasons.

The Washington State University signee surpassed Lexi Weeks, who netted the previous national record of 14-7.5 in 2015. Cunliffe holds an eight-inch lead on the next best girls pole vaulter nationally.

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