Sandi Morris has medaled in every global championship since the World Indoors in 2016 in Portland. In Portland, Sandi Morris took silver in the World Indoor. That summer, in Rio, Sandi took her first Olympic medal, the silver medal, with Katerina Stefanidi taking gold. At the 2017 WC in London, Sandi took her first silver medla on the World Outdoor stage, with Stefanidi taking gold once again.
Sandi Morris took her first gold in a major championships in Birmingham, England, in March 2018. In the last WC, Sandi battled Anzelikha Siderova for the gold medal with Sandi Morris taking the silver medal.
With a PB of 5.00m (Sept 9, 2016) from the Van Damme Memorial, Sandi Morris iis, like all elite athletes, trying to find a way to train while stay safe in the current plague.
Sandi Morris, photo by vaulter.com
GREENVILLE (USA): With assistance from her father Harry, world indoor pole vault champion Sandi Morris is building a pole vault pit with a 120-foot runway in her hometown of Greenville in South Carolina, informs Whole Hog Sports. “I’ve really enjoyed it, and it’s been a good distraction because all you hear about every day is covid-19. It just gets exhausting. So it’s been nice to have a project to go out and focus on. It’s just a really nice distraction as well as planning for the future,” she said.
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