Armand Gustav “Mondo” Duplantis is a binational American-born Swedish pole vaulter and the current world record holder with a height of 6.20 metres (20 ft 4 in), set indoors, and a world best (outdoor) of 6.16 metres (20 ft 21⁄2 in) and the current Olympic champion.
Duplantis revealed that he first tried pole vaulting as a three-year-old at the family’s home Lafayette, Louisiana.
Armand Duplantis broke the pole vault world record at the Diamond League Rome meeting. He cleared a height of 6.15 meters in the pole vault to claim the outdoor world record in addition to his indoor world record that he set on February at 6.18 m.
He set a new World Indoor Junior Record of 5.83m at Pole Vault Summit in Reno, Nevada, in 2018.
While competing, Armand Duplantis jumped 6.05 meters there at the 2018 European Athletics Championships that same year.
In Doha, Qatar, Armand competed in the 2019 IAAF World Championships and ended second, jumping 5.97m.
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Armand Duplantis has an estimated net worth of $4 million. He earned this from his career as a pole vaulter.
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