UST-Essx - Pole Vaulting News


Team ESSX wins Gold, Bronze at Worlds

0 comments | Posted by David Brannan on Aug 11, 2017 at 3:56 PM

Sam Kendricks, world number one, walks away with his first world championship victory while Venezuela’s Robeilys “Ruby” Peinado makes history by sharing third place with a second-time clearance at 4.65 meters at the IAAF World Championships in London. 


World Championship Promo

0 comments | Posted by David Brannan on Jul 20, 2017 at 5:12 AM

Three out of the six world championship team members used ESSX Recoil Advanced vaulting poles to qualify for TEAM USA.

To celebrate the success of Recoil poles at the USA Championships, UST-ESSX is offereing "World Championships" promotion that runs now through August 15th.


Kendricks Jumps to No. 1 with Consecutive Diamond League Wins

0 comments | Posted by David Brannan on Jul 12, 2017 at 9:29 AM

Team ESSX pole vaulter Sam Kendricks (Recoil Advanced) captured his seventh career IAAF Diamond League win last week in Lausanne, Switzerland, setting a meet record of 5.93 meters. The weekend prior, Kendricks won the Paris meeting, besting the current world-record holder on his home ground, with a make of 5.82 meters. The back-to-back victories put Kendricks atop the Men’s Pole Vault rankings.


Sam Kendricks wins 2017 Diamond League Shanghai

0 comments | Posted by David Brannan on May 15, 2017 at 3:36 AM

In an elite field of men’s pole vault champions that showcased the talents of all three medalists from the 2017 summer games in Rio and a former world champion, Sam Kendricks emerged victorious with a vault of 5.88 meters (19’ 3”), marking another Diamond League victory for Oxford, Mississippi native on UST-ESSX poles.