Pole Vaulting Videos
Welcome to our pole vault video archive; the best place to view pole vaulting videos. This archive is a work in progress and will continue grow as the months and years go by. Due to issues with copyright infringement we are limited to the videos we are allowed to show. However, if you have a pole vaulting video that you'd like to see in this archive feel free to contact us. You can click on a link below to drop down to that specific video in this archive.
- Sergei Bubka 'The Men's World Record Pole Vault Holder'
- Yelena Isinbayeva 'The Women's World REcord Pole Vault Holder'
- The Best of Pole Vaulting
- Athens Olympic 'Men's Pole Vault Finals'
- Funny Olympic Pole Vault Accident
- HPC Sport's Pole Vault Progression
This video is a little grainy; however it contains the amazing athlete Sergei Bubka who current holds the world record for men's pole vaulting. It's amazing to see this athlete vault and you won't believe the heights he can clear.
Sadly this video isn't in English, however it's the women's world record pole vault holder Yelena Isinbayeva in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. In this video she sets a new women's pole vault record and regardless of the language the enjoyment of the crowd is noticeable to anyone.
This video was created by a pole vaulting enthusiast and contains vaults from around the world. Some appear to be professional athletes while others appear to be armatures. Overall it's a great video you can't pass up.
This is the final men's pole vault event during the Athens Olympics. Now, I'm sure you know which countries came away with the gold, silver and bronze. However, if you haven't I won't spoil it for you.
Now, this is a short video that took a lot of debate to add to this archive. It's more of a blooper than anything and will put a frown on anyone's face. However, after careful consideration I've decided to introduce you to possibly the worst pole vault accident recorded on film.
This was an interesting video by HPC Sport on pole vault progression. They allege it teaches you pole vaulting progression, but it's more of a good example of progression; and there isn't any sound to follow the presentation.