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November 2022 Rise Pole Vault Issue of Vaulter Magazine

November 2022 Rise Pole vault Club

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November is here and by now you should be back to your five or six step training and learning all the necessary skills to be a proficient vaulter. With that comes some cool meets that have to do with traditions such as Thanksgiving and Christmas next month. At the Vaulter Facility we always have a thankful meet and at that meet we make sure and take the time to have the athletes write a note to the parents expressing their thankfulness. When the parents walk in, they get the handwritten note from their athlete. Always a great way to start off the day and a thankful meet.

On the cover we have a club out of Illinois named Rise Pole Vault. “Tim Winder taught his sons the three big rules about the pole vault:

1) If you run through, you get worse.

2) If you take a jump up but do not finish it, you stay the same.

3) If you finish your jump, no matter how ugly, you get a little bit better. “

What a great teaching experience and article to read from a set of club coaches with years of experience.

It is impressive to read these articles that Daniel Bush submits to us each month. This one is a Halloween themed article that flows with the last couple articles over the last few months. “Annie stole the show once again, her braided blonde pig tails bouncing behind her as she bounded down the runway. After nailing another big jump, the roaring applause of the crowd drew a satisfying smile from this emerging elite athlete.” Better and better each month as this true professional shows us how the writing world manages business and a pole vault family all in one.

We all have so much to be thankful for and Abby explains some of and one of the nicest gestures that one of her athletes handed her this time of the year. “It can make us forget just how blessed we are to be able to compete in this amazing sport called pole vaulting! When you stop and think about it for a minute you realize that you can do something that many people never will get to.” Being thankful is peaceful for the mind and soul. Thank you, Abby, very cool.

Next month we have the Naval Academy on the cover, and they always represent in a spectacular way. We will see you next month with some Christmas cheer.

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March Madness is here! What a great time to feature a club that coaches not only pole vault but also gymnastics in a unique way. The college indoor season is wrapping up or just about done, and the outdoor is underway for many high schools.

On the cover, we have Xtreme Heights pole vault club. We have been back and forth with this club asking about getting them on the cover, and now we have. We had a chance to meet at the summit, and he has one heck of a story as a head coach. “Born in the Ukraine, Val Osipenko began running track at the age of nine. When he was just 12 years old, Val picked up a pole for the first time, and the sport has been a huge part of his life ever since.”

Good job, Sam, great read.

John Clark, at the age of 62, has no room for stopping as a masters pole vaulter. He talks about his last two meets and the fun that he had, and he also has an announcement. “Last month marked the official release of my new book, “Finally Fit: It’s Never Too Late to Achieve a Dream.” This is the story of how learning to pole vault for the first time ever beginning at age 60 transformed – and most likely saved – my life.” Get your copy today on Amazon.

Kreager Taber talks about Mondo Duplantis and his world record breaker as he heads into the 202 Tokyo Olympics. “Duplantis began his record breaking month in Düsseldorf, Germany, where he easily cleared 6.00 meters and ended with a close miss at 6.17 meters, one centimeter above the previous world record set by Renaud Lavillenie of France in 2014.” Great to see history unfolding before our eyes, and this is an article you will not want to miss. Good job Kreager

The month of April will bring on San Diego State University. It’s been a couple of years, and a lot has happened for this team. Can’t wait to catch up.


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