2019 RunBlogRun Podcast: A salute to Sam Kendricks, AR, Pole Vault, 6.06 meters


Kendricks_Sam1-USAo19.JPGSam Kendricks, photo by PhotoRun.net

Kendricks_SamR-USAout19.JPgSam Kendricks, photo by PhotoRun.netrr

Sam Kendricks had an amazing USATF championships. He cleared his first eight heights on first attempts. At 6.06m, he took two attempts, and cleared the new American record. Sam Kendricks is the 2016 Olympic bronze medalist in the pole vault. In 2017, Sam won the London World Champ s in the pole vault. In 2016, at the World Indoor Championships, Sam Kendricks took the silver, as he did in 2018 World Indoor Championships.

Sam Kendricks now has the World Leader of 6.06 meters.

This podcast is our salute to Sam Kendricks, one of our favorites. Special thanks to Mike Deering/The Shoe addicts, for handling the production of the podcast.

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