Week one of the Vaulter Magazine – Vaulter Club Travel team Circuit was a huge success and continues to grow. Many of the teams, schools and coaches wanted to sit back and see how it worked out before committing to something new. We get that, this is exactly how life is and we have a plan for that as well. With that said, we can’t thank our sponsors UST-ESSX and Cal Track Reconditioning enough for stepping up to the plate when pole vaulters called. We would also like to thank you athletes and the coaches that have participated and helped make this possible. With that said, lets get down to business!
Leaders for week one are set and ready to keep the top spots all to themselves. Will they be at the top spot after week two, we have no idea, but these are true warriors and they will not go down without a fight!
Kyle Brown from San Diego Pole Vault club jumped and impressive 14’6 for his first meet and that my friends will be a hard mark to beat any time soon. This kids a fighter and works year around at his craft and if you think that top spot is easy to be uncrowned, think again. Although Kevin Mohr from High Flyers Pole Vault club is right on his heels with a 14′ jump and an impressive showing. Asa Martin from Vaulter Club at 13’6 with a lot more to prove as the meets go on, will definitely be pressing for that top spot. Only time will tell and week two is right around the corner in Corona this week.
Amanda Mohr from High Flyers Pole Vault club is here to take the top spot with plenty of competition right on her heels. Like her brother jumping for the boys side, she has what it takes to keep that spot alive! Right on her heels is Erin Gerardo High Flyers and Annie Abicca Vaulter Club pressing her for that number one position for High School girls and reaching for that top spot come this Saturday at Corona High. Annie Abicca may have what it takes if she continues to PR and press for her winter goal prior to track season.
Thai Pham from Corona has the Boys High School and Middle School 6-9 grade division pretty well locked up at this point. There were other boys in this division that are right on his heals at 7’6″ and time will tell if he will be knocked off the top spot or keep on pressing through until the end!
Madison Kast from Vauler Club has the top spot for 6-9 Girls High School and Middle School with two other young ladies right on her tail. Kaitlyn Swenson from Vaulter Club jumped the same height with more misses putting her in the second spot for that age bracket. Coming in third place is Nicole Silverlake from Vaulter club right on their heels. Madison Kast is no slouch when it comes to competition so don’t expect her to just sit and hang out easy at the top. Great competition in this division and we look forward to a big meet this Saturday at Corona to see will maintain this spot.
Check out our events page for more details about the next meet coming your way.