Santa Fe pole vault player continues his quest to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. This time you will hop in Chula Vista (USA); While it is officially ranked 28th out of 32 games ranked by ranking.
German Chiaraviglio, who reached the final at the 2016 Olympic Games and the 2015 World Pole Vault in Beijing in 2015, is competing today in Chula Vista, USA, as part of his bid to qualify for the Tokyo Games.
Last Saturday, Chiaraviglio won the competition in Azusa, California, with a score of 5.50 meters.
The 34-year-old from Santa Fe, on April 11, won by a score of 5.55 meters, at the Argentine 101 championship, in Concepcion del Uruguay (14 of his career in the adult category).
Germán Chiaraviglio, who competed in the 2007 World Senior Championships in Osaka, Japan (mark 5.55); Beijing, China, 2015, (5.65), won the Argentine Seniors Championship fourteen times and two times behind Juan Ignacio Serra, first title winner in the same test (hammer throw) with a score of 16.
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Chiaraviglio, eleventh in the 2016 Olympic Games and ninth at the 2015 World Cup, was South American outdoor champion in Tonga (Colombia) 2006 with 5.40; Lima (Peru) 2015 – 5.70, and Asunción (Paraguay) 2017 – 5.60.
Likewise, Santa is consecrated in the Ibero-American Champion in Ponce, Puerto Rico (2005); Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 2012, Sao Paulo 2014 and Rio de Janeiro, 2016.
According to World Athletics (the body that governs global athletics), Chiaraviglio, with 1,235 points, is 28th out of the 32 Pole Vault players who rank the Olympics.
Germán Chiaraviglio has his best career record of 5.75 meters, winning a silver medal at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, in 2015.
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