Wolfgang Ritte keeps getting bettah. A year ago, he raised the M60 indoor vault WR to 4.13 meters (13-6 1/2). But on Saturday he improved to 4.15 (13-7 1/4), according to this German track report: “Remarkable: the old and the new record man laid on his way to world record jump out a flawless series. Both his initial height of 3.50 meters and then the following 3.80 meters, 4.00 meters and 4.15 meters finally he mastered in the first attempt!” He also holds the M60 outdoor best of 4.32 (14-2) as well as the M55 indoor and outdoor WRs. Here’s Wolfie’s latest WR jump
Here’s rough Google translation
With a score of 3.90 meters pole vaulter Wolfgang Ritte (LAV Bayer Uerdingen / Dormagen) was entered on 14 December in Paderborn in the indoor season 2014/2015.Now, more than a month later, he has his own M-60 indoor world record improves to 4.15 meters at the senior indoor sports festival of LAC source Fürth by two centimeters.
Remarkable: the old and the new record man laid on his way to world record jump out a flawless series. Both his initial height of 3.50 meters and then the following 3.80 meters, 4.00 meters and 4.15 meters finally he mastered in the first attempt!
Before the World Indoor record had stood at 4.13 meters, situated at the German Senior Indoor Championships on March 1, 2014 in Erfurt.
Best German by Wolfgang Knabe
But it was also a second record: Wolfgang Knabe (OSC Damme) improved his own German senior Hallenbestleistung Class M 55 in the long jump of 6.09 meters, which he had set up a year ago to an inch to 6.10 meters. Outside these record performances there were early in the season, a whole series remarkable results. To a double success came Ingrid Meier (LAC source Fürth) in the class W 65 with 9.23 seconds over 60 meters and 31.59 seconds over 200 meters.
Guido Müller and Roland Gröger times ahead
Three successes achieved Guido Müller (TSV Vaterstetten) in the class M75. About 60 meters he was the target wafer-thin in 8.89 seconds ahead of his time rivals on the shorter sprint, Hermann Becke ring (SpVgg. Maple), which, had only a hundredth of a second. About 200 meters won the Vaterstettener in 28.28 seconds and about 60 meters hurdles reached Guido Müller 10.75 seconds. The 60 meters he he ran in 7.54 seconds, put the 200 meters: Good form already showed the double European champion from Izmir (Turkey) 2014 Roland Gröger (TopFit Berlin), who also celebrated three victories in the class M 50 back in 24.22 seconds and the 400 meters in 54.88 seconds, he won. Very good 7.58 seconds reached Thomas Riehm (TuS Kriftel) so that the German Hallenbestleistung by Manfred Koch (LG Court) from Victor over 60 meters of class M 55. The Hesse himself as a German Senior Indoor Champion in 2014 reached 7.52 seconds and 2003 fell only about a hundredth of a second. In the summer 2014 season, Thomas was Riehm but then did not have appeared before now he reported back in Fürth with high performance.
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