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Sweden’s Duplantis, Nigeria’s Amusan set new world records on final night of World Athletics

By Reuters
25 July 2022   |   2:19 pm
Armand Duplantis brought down the curtain on the World Championships in stunning fashion on Sunda, breaking his own pole vault world record in the final act of the 10-day track and field meet in Eugene.

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