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Born: November 10, 1999 (age 23 years), Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
Height: 1.81 m
Parents: Helena Duplantis, Greg Duplantis

Education: Lafayette High School
Siblings: Johanna Duplantis, Antoine Duplantis, Andreas Duplantis
Weight: 79 kg
Nationality: American, Swedish

Name Armand Duplantis
Date of Birth 10 November 1999
Birthplace Lafayette, Louisiana, U.S.
Representing Sweden

Sport/Event(s) Athletics – Pole Vault
Major Achievements World Championships silver medalist
Current indoor world record holder with a jump of 6.18m

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Armand Gustav “Mondo” Duplantis is a Swedish-American pole vaulter, the current world outdoor and indoor record holder (6.21 metres (20 ft 4+1⁄2 in) and 6.22 metres (20 ft 5 in)), the current Olympic and World outdoor and indoor champion, the current European outdoor and indoor champion, and the current Diamond League champion.

He won the silver medal at the 2019 World Championships. Duplantis is a two-time European champion from 2018, when he set current world under-20 record, and from 2022.

Indoors, he is 2022 World Indoor Championship and 2021 European Indoor Championship gold medallist.

Duplantis won gold as a 15-year-old at the 2015 World Youth Championships. A year later, he placed third at the World U20 Championships. In 2017, he took the European U20 title, and the following year, World U20 title.

Duplantis is also a two-time Diamond League champion.

Both European and World Athletics Male Rising Star of the Year in 2018, two years later he was voted World Male Athlete of the Year.

For his 2022 season, which saw him breaking world records three times, becoming World indoor and outdoor champion, European and Diamond League champion, and clearing six-metre-plus 22 times, Duplantis was crowned both European and World Male Athlete of the Year.

As of February 2023, he has cleared six meters or higher 60 times, the most of any athlete in history.

Armand “Mondo” Duplantis is an American-born Swedish pole vaulter and the current world indoor record holder with a height of 6.18 meters and a world best (outdoor) of 6.15 meters.

Duplantis won gold as a 15-year-old in the boys’ pole vault at the 2015 World Youth Championships and holds several age group world bests.

He won the gold medal at the 2018 European Championships with a height of 6.05 meters (a new under-20s world record) and the silver medal at the 2019 World Championships.

Duplantis has also won the 2020 Diamond League and the 2021 European Indoor Championships, setting Championship Bests at both.

Duplantis was born on 10 November 1999 in Lafayette, Louisiana, USA. He stands 1.81m (5 ft 11 in) tall and weighs around 79kg (174lb).

As a citizen of both the United States and Sweden, Duplantis could have chosen to vault for either country internationally; however, in June 2015, it was announced that he had selected Sweden.

Besides being a silver medalist at the World Championships and European champion, Armand has also won major tournaments in the junior category. He won a gold medal in the 2018 World Junior Championships and the 2017 European Junior Championships.

Duplantis also won the gold medal at the Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2021. Duplantis is currently the no.1 ranked pole vaulter in the world.