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I was dead on the splash in the ocean 💀
@Not Delusional Cowboys Fan I’m ur 69th like and this is not a joke
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Imagine getting impaled by a 7 foot long splintered pole and then 10 seconds later you hear “heads up!”
@The Dark Knight im not sure if so many people got impaled by a broken pole, its seems to be one of the less likely injuries
Nah the part that flew off was the top half of it, since the bottom half was rammed into the floor
@Kennah B It's either fiberglass or carbon fiber layered composite wrapped around a steel core, that is epoxied, cured, and the core removed. PVC is polyvinyl chloride, a synthetic polymer or plastic. It's used in plumbing. It has NEVER been used as a pole for pole vaulting. It would shatter the second you stuck the end into the ground. It has no flexibility capable of vaulting a human being into the air. And there have been countless injuries due to being impaled by a vaulting pole. I don't know what "none existent" body control is but even with perfect body control, the dynamics of the pole can send it splintering in a deadly direction regardless of a perfect vault. "They mostly split in half and fly away in the wind" huh? I'm not even sure what to say to that. If you're going to just make up some stuff to say, at least Google it first.
It’s pvc pipe I doubt it’ll puncture you unless your body control is none existent 😂they mostly just split in half and fly away in the wind ❤
@Cody Napier my follow up question would be, has anybody ever enjoyed it?
The guy at the end was smooth, even catching the pole
@Kush Mane I haven't played pokemon since like 1999 lol nice try though
@Kyle then you realize there are grown men like you that play Pokémon on a daily basis and then it becomes infinitely cool again to be an athlete
yes, we saw
Yes like a character of some game
@William Keiper That's not what simp means
that “heads up!” was a tad late, sir 💀
TH-clips nerds on their way to scientifically break down a joke comment instead of having a sense of humor
@Hiro The Straight Supremacist W MANSSSSS
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im sorry but the slow mo on the last one is just everything
@GOLDEN wolf 99 💀💀
What are u sorry for???
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Yeah for sure. Like he knows how to actually pole vault... 😕
@GOLDEN wolf 99 💀
Imagine running from the police jumping every fence in the hood doing this😂
@Wayne Essien finally someone with sense of humor😂
@Xzavier Mills because there is always near and close built houses with joint backyards separated by wood fences. In the backyards always be having clotheslines and tall sticks to push up the clothesline higher so clothes won’t touch the ground 😂😂😂😂. It would be funny 😂😂😂😂
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@Yo mama Hey I'd rather be somewhere else too but then I would have to focus all my time and effort every day into making money to make it happen and all I care about is philosophy and I don't really interact much with people outside anymore after someone tried to murder me with a boltcutter I just stay lonely.
Done give them any ideas
Former vaulter here… This shit is insanely tough. Our high school stopped having pole vault in the mid 80s and my dad brought it back in 2004. He placed 4th at State in 1971 and rebuilt the program in 04
As a pole vaulter I'm deathly afraid of the pole snapping and I've seen it happen.
guy in my high school lost a testicle pole vaulting.
@Céline Dion Ayo what the f-
@Sleepingsushi probably landed on the pole as he was going over the thing, or the pole landed on him. Lots of ways id imagine you could lose a nut to this lol.
The first dude doing it with a stick on the beach is my hero
In the Netherlands, in the province of Frysia, they would call that fierljeppen.The goal is not to go the highest, but the furthest distance, over a brook.
Always expect the pole to break like that, amazing how such a narrow stuff does not end up like that all the time
All prisoners should have to learn this. If you make it over, you win, prize is you are free.
Except you jumping over barbed wire and spikes fence 💀
@V that's the dad/grandpa stories we all love
@V is he truly free though? 🤣🤣 I want to see a movie/anime about this prison now!🤣🤣
Or have the Mexicans pole vault over the wall lol
When I ran track, they made each of us compete Ina field event. I was totally mesmerized by the pole vaulters. Then I saw a girl run up, put her pole into the pocket, bent up, and then it snapped to where she wasn't quite to the bar or mats yet. She went about 6 feet and landed flat on her back. Luckily it was a recycled rubber approach so it was cushioned a bit, but she got the wind knocked out of her like I've never seen. We ran up and her eyes looked like dinner plates. She sprang up, grabbed me and one of our coaches trying to get a breath in. She started quick shallow breaths and muttered, "did I break that pole?" We all laughed our asses off, but it was sketchy man.
Seriously one of the hardest skills to achieve for any track and field athlete
the second one is my hero. At the top of the pole he's like .... "I have decided not to pole-vault today. I am going home now" ...* gets down
I love how this man had time for everything, even to bend his legs in a better position to not hurt himself. This man is living in slow motion.
That "yes" at the end sounded like a video game character 😂
200th like. lol. accurate tho
The last one was amazing.
@mikeyiwnl Is this what you do with your life? Just going around hatin and being a end joy? Sad times man sad times.
@r pWhatever dude but I totally expected the white dudes to be better than the black dude. Just goes to show you you don’t judge a book by its cover!
@Heilige Kuh, das ist eine sehr pog-Begrüßung Was meinst du mit „insane“ das macht jeder fünfte Stabhochspringer.
Trained for this event when I was 13 it's a lot harder and dangerous than people think.
@King Fargo I never did it before honestly, but it does look pretty easy. I could learn this in a day, two day tops
Who tf says poke vaults is easy?
@Shane Reiter I would fear for my life even if I was just a spectator.
I don't think anyone looks at pole vaulting and thinks it's easy or safe lol
Dude I can’t believe that stick actually held up all the way thru lol. Almost as impressive as his form.
Really duped us with the last one like it was gonna be a fail 😂😂😂
This makes me respect the pole vaulting zombies in PvZ a lot more
I love how the slow motion one looked like he was giving a 'fresh attitude snap' just before the catch. That was perfect!
How anyone gets the courage up to even begin this sport is pretty impressive!
😲 that is so unbelievable. And I love it how it was in the end it was in slow motion and he still caught the pole. Great talent.
I always hated it when I didn't have enough speed to complete the jump. What I really hated was when I had too much and missed the foam pit.
I ran track in high school and college and the vaulters are definitely a breed of their own. They all drink a different kind of Kool aid to volunteer for that. I never understand them but they were fun to watch
True story. My grandfather told me that his track teammate died from being impaled through the groin to his neck at a meet because the poles were still made out of bamboo and they had a tendency to snap. And he said that's when they started switching to carbon fiber. Idk if his story is true or if that's even a thing. But yeah
I always wondered how pole vaulting even became a sport.
Thank you for the win at the end, much respect for the sport 👍
If you don’t make it, it’s your own damn vault!
@Nathan Still cheesy regardless
@ddarlene I got if from the movie land of the lost lol
I can’t believe I laughed. Have I succumbed to the dad jokes after all? What is happening to me
The last one was the goat. His form , technic, and catching the pole at the end... awesome.
My uncle's hs was competing in a statewide many-event athletic championship. He was a football and lacrosse player. His school was very good but they were just shy of the right number of possible points needed to go on to nationals. So they saw that they could still enter the pole vault and all they needed was to enter and clear a bar once. Just one jump... How hard could it be? So they got one of their lighter athletes and he volunteered to jump. So he walks up to the prep area and he checks his form and watches real close as the other teams go. So he builds up enough confidence to make the attempt. Finally it's his turn, nationals are on the line! He walks up, picks up the bar, bends it a few times, checks his run up distance, and he's looking good. He backs up, aims, runs, plants the bar perfectly, and sails into the sky! Not a moment later he shrieks and wraps himself around the pole, hanging momentarily suspended at the top of the vertical pole! The pole crashes to earth, still with him wrapped around it. He lays there stunned on the track as his team runs over. They ask him what happened and he screams, "I'm afraid of heights!" Apparently he figured it wouldn't be an issue for that short period and no one thought to ask him!
The most astounding thing in this video is the branch not snapping on that first one
The last guy knew exactly what he was doing ... 👏
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I’ve always thought that pole vaulting was such a cool ass sport. You need CRAZY core strength for it
The guy at the end who cleared his jump was SOOOO under when he planted, i was amazed at how quickly he turned up to inversion.
I've often wondered how people figure out they're good at it without ending up in a wheelchair.
Watching the last one in slow motion...you really can appreciate how tough that is. Good choice.
Such a challenging sport. I have a lot of respect for these athletes.
Looks pretty easy
Most other high school track and field events: “how far can you run?” Pole vault: “hey kid, here’s a 12ft pole, see if u can launch yourself over that bar”
@asgacc not at all. It was part of the curriculum because it's an Athletics' event. It was very mild anyways, begginer stuff with a much shorter pole and a lower bar, but it was cool to see how the mechanics worked. It's pretty much a compound of a lot of other events motions
@David FernandezI see. So its included as part of curriculum so its easier for newbie to surpass the mental barrier because its being presented as normal stuff
@asgacc I was studying Sports Science and we had to do Pole vaulting as part of the Athletics curriculum. It's actually really fun and really fucking hard, by far the most technical event of the Athletics. You've to run with perfect form or you can't get any speed with the pole in your hands, then you have to jump exactly where you're supposed to or you'll fall short or eat the bar and finally you need a lot of strength and flexibility to fight the pole and avoid the bar. Once you get over the fear of hurting yourself it's a really cool sport
I dont get how someone can be convinced that this is what they gonna do. Like what is their thought process.
You would think they would figure out how to design those poles to not snap like that. Does that happen because their technique is fucked up and they are putting too much bend on it? Or does the pole have too much mileage on it?
As someone who did povalt for 4 years ya the first dudes form was actually completely perfect like I’ve never seen a more perfect form except in tournaments/competitions
Laying here watching, I’m stretching to get over that bar! 😂😂😂
That last one really made me appreciate this sport 👏
While most of these reinforced my aversion to pole vaulting, the first one gave a sliver of hope that hey, maybe I could it try it it looks pretty fun
I love pole vault, I think it's an incredibly good combination of skill, beauty and stupidity and I mean each of those in a good way.
I love how the second guy just climbed down the pole like Mario
I still don't understand the logic and science behind pole Jumping 😂I mean how can you do this
I can just feel that dudes heart drop as his pole broke
The "Yes" had me dying💀
I felt that last one! I wanted to try pole vault when I was in track but I’m a girl and wasn’t allowed then!
The last one was so satisfying to see him land and catch the equipment
I loved watching the second guy do a fast climb down his pole.
Can we just appreciate how smoothly the second guy just cut his losses and shimmied down his pole?
I went to the same high school as Lawrence Johnson a couple years after him but he used to work out there during the summers. he used to do some crazy shit. 4 ncaa titles and an Olympic silver
I was dead with the one that broke midway💀
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I was like the guy who broke his pole. Of course I weighed 220lbs so maybe it wasn't my best T&F choice.
Yeah im always amazed at pole vaulters. You guys are a different breed
Omg, had an instance similar to the second one, except I was further up and did not slide down the pole, fell and broke my ankle, some of these vaulters are lucky they did not get injured
that "yes!" at the end made it look like a wii sports replay 💀💀💀💀
Bruh on the last one perfectly done 💯
Yesssss!!!!! 👊🤣the last one always comes out better!!!
But he is right, most vegetables come from ground and so they are dirt.😂
Every single movement was perfect in the last one 🔥🔥🔥
The last guy was already cool af and then he fucking caught that shit too
I don't know how anyone is able to pole vault. It's amazing but looks really scary
last guy was so smooth and caught the pole once he landed
When your pole snaps, is that usually due to faulty equipment or bad technique? And if it's the former does the athlete get another chance?
My great grandfather held the Washington state record for long time in the 30s in pole vault
The third guy is gonna have some trust issues, I think he'll never ever do it again, man's left traumatized 😂
Bro that yes had me dying laughing 😂
I’m still wondering who was the first person to go and say: I’m gonna use a pole to jump over stuff.
That's actually an incredibly brave thing to try IMHO!
I always wondered how good I’d be at this. I’m 6’4 and my arm spread is taller then my height by 3 inches
Now I have to go learn about the history of pole vaulting, and how many deaths it causes.
broken pole,that can be plot to some final destination shit 😂
But you see, in my mind I can do this.🤔 Not thinking about how it's an Olympic sport. But I swear I can do this and pole vault from roof to roof. 😌.
Zachary was on a life mission mom please be patient great things to follow.
Second to last one got me laughing 😂
Even professional poles are known to break easier than youd think. That stick on the beach must be tough as hell 💀💀
Man! The guy with the win at the end could've had the bar another 3' higher😳👍
When you really think about it, pole vaulting is totally insane.
Like the one, "Heads up!" after the pole snapped! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Pole vaulting is a sport I would never try😂
I don’t know how those poles snapping isn’t more common. How they bend you’d think they’d be snapping every other pole vault.
Good Pole Vaulters always blow my mind! They are the elite of the elite of athletes ❤
I want to see that last clip in real time. I feel like it would be even cooler if both were shown.
Bros stick went higher then my dignity after being called to go home early on a schoolday
Just curious, if that pole breaks while competetion, will they allow second chance?
Wow the last guy looked like he wasn't even going to make it
I don’t get why the poles don’t snap more often. 😂
"Damn, so that's how they jumped over my fence"-👴🏻
The ocean guy is hilarious! 😂🤣😂
The last guy was bending space, time and matter!!
A pole vaulter in my country fell too early and not fully on the mat and ended up paralyzed, I'm convinced ski jumping is safer.
The “Be alert, Heads up!” Was in a perfect southern accent
How smoothly the second one landed 😂