Athletics | Wilma Murto shone in France – the race was unexpectedly abandoned

Wilma Murto competed for the last time before the indoor competition.

Pole vaulter Wilma Murto finished second in an indoor competition organized in France. Murro's result was 480.

Murto cleared the height of 480 on his first attempt. After that, his race was over.

The competition held in Rouen, France has a very tough level. In addition to Murro, among the world's top players were, e.g. Alysha Newman, Molly Caudery, Ninon's Chapel and Robert Bruni.

Caudery won the race with a score of 486. It beat the record set by the Briton earlier in February by a cent. The result was also the top result in the world.

Murto started his own race unexpectedly with a fall from a height of 453. After that, he crossed 463 in the first, 473 in the second and 480 in the first.

After this, Murto was no longer seen in the competition. The reason for the race being abandoned is unknown

American Bridget Williams after crossing 480, raised the height directly to 486, which would be a record height for him and the others who were in the race, i.e. Caudery and Murro. Just earlier in the week, Williams had just jumped to his new record of 483.

Caudery went over 486 in his first. Williams dropped three times.

Caudery attempted another top score of 491, but dropped all three of his attempts.

Athletics the hall tour moves to Scotland next. Next weekend, the World Athletics Indoor Championships will be held in Glasgow.

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