With the bar at 5.90m and three men clear at 5.85m, Renauld Lavillenie stood on the runway as the final man to make a second attempt, knowing that a clearance would likely secure him a third world indoor title.

Having just watched his two main rivals for gold – world champion Sam Kendricks and silver medallist Piotr Lisek – narrowly fail, the Frenchman saw his chance for victory.

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