Following the SNEC competition this combination headed to Saumur, France for the first International Vaulting competition of 2019 to take part in a competitive Pas de deux class.
Caption Wee County Vaulters Kerri Brylka and Katie Henderson vaulting on Captain Jack at Saumur, France
"Our coaches are very helpful," said sophomore Stevie Cormier, who added with a chuckle, "Pole vaulting
really lifts me up."
Keeping a journal and using it to analyze what works and what doesn't, takes a lot of the guesswork out of vaulting. It will make you a better and safer jumper.
If you think of track and field, in general, and pole vaulting, in particular, as the quintessential example of an individual (non-team) sport, you are wrong.
You can borrow the three principles that Coach Smith used to become the winningest NCAA basketball coach in history, and apply them to your pole vaulting. They can make anyone much, much, better pole vaulters.
Rebecca Norval finishing in 3rd place in femaile individual senior 3* class vaulting on W.H.Bentley lunged by Hannah Eccles.
The competition was the final Great Britain selection trial for the Junior European Equestrian Vaulting Championships in Kaposvar, Hungary this week and also for the World Equestrian Games to be held in Tryon, North Carolina in September.
Rebecca Norval is Scotland's sole vaulting representative in the Great Britain squad for the World Equestrian Games and will compete in the Individual Female 3* competition.
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On actual vaulting days, a split schedule will work well.
The more experienced vaulters (male & female) could warm up and work on motor-skill drills led by the best pole-vault technician (squad leader), not necessarily the best vaulter, while the novice vaulters could vault with the vault coach/spotter on the actual vaulting mat.
One of America's top track coaches, Don Hood not only won 10 NCAA II championships over the past decade and sent eight athletes to the 1988 Olympics and five to the 1992 Olympics, but established a large reputation as a pole vault guru - having coached more 18[feet] vaulters than anyone else has done, two 19[feet] vaulters (Billy Olson and Tim Bright), and seven 17[feet] high school vaulters - while coaching at Abilene Christian University and directing the famous "Over the Top" vaulting