Nina Kennedy, Katie Moon share women’s pole vault gold medal, but World Athletics should make the decision


Her body was cramping. Of course she was ready to walk on the comp. Moon was the better-credentialled athlete, but she had seen the punky Kennedy clear two personal bests, and two national records, and was on the crest of a wave.

Yes, sport is about fatigue and the fitter, stronger athlete prevailing. Not all fatigue sports required you to flip upside down five metres in the air on a pole. There’s some genuine level of danger that is a factor here.

Not all sport is the same either….

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