American pole vaulter Jeff Hartwig chatted with Digital Journal about his proudest moments in the sport. He gave advice for aspiring athletes and discussed how technology has changed contemporary track and field.
Hartwig’s personal best in outdoor track and field is 6.03 meters in pole vault (which he set in June of 2000), as well as 6.02 meters in the indoor track, which he set in March of 2002.
His proudest accomplishments in pole vault include “making two Olympic teams,” as well as “setting several American records.” “Both are achievements that I worked very hard to accomplish,” he said.
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