Up to IAAF rule 183.9, the lower part of Pole Vault standards must be covered.
Rule 183.9: "The metallic structure of the base and the lower part of the uprights above the landing area must be covered with padding of appropriate material in order to provide protection to the athletes and the poles."
We have the article that fits your Pole Vault standards!
Pole Vault box is the most dangerous area for are pole vaulter. It is unprotective and with sharp edges. Many athletes fear to fall into the pole vault box. So we decided to create a product, that will protect vaulters and today we are launching two brand new products!
Vault Box Collar with wings, art nr 2110510
Too cover all hard surfaces between vault box and the landing pit. Safety wings provides additional...
As the only sports company outside USA to manufacturer the new vaulting poles, with super fast deliveries around the world, we a glad to introduce new updated poles with new Design!
So what have we done?
The concept behind Nordics new pole is to allow the vaulter to put more energy into the pole through the take off and inversion phase. More energy into the pole means more energy back at the top of the pole. Meaning Higher Heights!
So we have...
We had listened to our customers and launching today Worlds most modern foldable pole vault standard
made 100% of aluminum, we call it PV Elite 1.0!
The pole vault stand is Foldable at 80 cm height in any direction. Yes, in ANY direction of your choice.
And the best is the price 4599 Euro ex Works, VAT!
Their is nothing similiar on th...
Roberta Bruni set the new u20 Italian indoor Pole vault Record with Nordic Sport Evolution poles!
The new record is 4.25 cm! Congratulations Roberta!
What a fantastic WYC it has been for Nordic Sport! A lot of medals and many Personal Best records has been broken.
We want to gratulate all the winners who used Nordic Sport equipment!!
has won Boys Pole Vault event with PB record of 5.25 m! Robert is jumping on ...
Today I was looking thru our old pictures in office and I found Sergey Bubka testing worlds first Carbon pole back in the late 80's.
Mr Bubka visited our factory in Skellefteå and tested our black Carbon pole. Look at the picture and enjoy never seen pictures before.
During European Indoor Championship in Paris, Minna Nikkanen set a new finnish indoor record with 17 cm!!!
Just 1 week after here last record.
Minna jumped 4.60 m in Paris with here...
Minna Nikkanen have set a new indoor Finnish record during Finish Championship in Helsinki!
She jumped 4.36 m with here new set of Nordic Sport Poles!
See the video of the jump here
, click on "Nikkanen taivutti uuden SE:n".
Today we would like to announce a new member of Nordic Team!
In early 2010, Liz twice equalled the Commonwealth Games A-standard, clearing 4.30m at meets in Perth and Sydney, securing her spot on the 2010 Commonwealth Games Team headed for India in October. Liz is the daughter of pole vault guru Alex Parnov - coach of world, Olympic, world indoor and Commonwealth Games champion Steve Hooker. Liz's sister Vicky is also an Australian pole...
This weekend Nordic Sport covered the Swedish National Indoor Championship in Athletics, which was held in the city of Gothenburg. We are happy to report that Melker Svärd Jacobsson, jumping with Nordic poles, came in second place and won the silver medal in the men´s competition. Malin Dahlström and Alissa Söderberg, both jumping with Nordic poles, won the gold and the bronze medal in the women´s event.
Melker Svärd Jacobsson did it again. 17 year old broke his personal best with 15 cm, just 3 weeks after his last PB of 5.30 m.
This time he jumped 5.45 m!! This is amazing!! Melker jumps on our Evo poles.
This weekend, Gothenburg hosts a pole vault carneval, in the famous shopping centre Nordstan, in the centre of Gothenburg City. 71 vaulters from 8 contries attends at this popular competition, where shoppers and people passing by offers an exiting sport event in the commercial part of Gotheburg.
Nordic Sport has been present for the first two days and as our representive I have seen a lot of young and talented pole vaulters, a hand full of personal best-results and a great competition in an interesting environment.
Today (Saturday), Malin Dahlström, born 1989 (SWE) won the...
We had recently a survey, were we asked you what did you think about your vaulting pole. One of the questions was regarding poles design, do you want it "clean" or "cool"!
And the answers were very confusing!! Some of you wanted the vaulting pole very cool and some very clean, so we have decided to have a contest!! Design a vaulting pole and win 3 vaulting poles of you flex choice in YOUR OWN design!!
What do you need to do? Well you can draw the design by hand or in Adobe Photoshop or any...
Minna Marianne Nikkanen is a Finnish pole vaulter. Her personal best vault is 4.46 metres (Finnish national record), achieved in July 2009 in Lapinlahti. Welcome Minna!!
We are in the progress of launching very soon a new Pole, which will be very different compared to our other poles. The information will be out after the New Year. But we are always trying to develop our poles as much is possible. So we would love if you can click the here and answer some answers that could help us to develop the best pole ever!
Did you know that even if you length and flex is not available in the catalog, you are always welcome to orde...
15-year old Liz Parnov from Australia took a new world record for girls under 18 years this weekend. Liz uses Nordic Evolution poles. Her jump measured 4,40 m.
Tomorrow me, Lars Forsberg and Erik Marklund will fly to Cologne, Germany. And we will attend at Pole Vault Conference. If you will be there, dont hesitate to say hello!
On February 19th 2010 the Australian pole vault girl, Liz Parnov, took personal best with a result of 4.30 m.
Liz is born 1994 and the result is considered world class.
She uses Nordic Evolution poles and everyone at Nordic Sport congratulates her for this great achievement.
We are very glad to congratulate Minna Nikkanen and Vanessa Vandy
from Finland for the pole vault medals in Junior European Championships -22 held in Kaunas.
Minna took the silver medal on the result 4,45 m and Vanessa bronze with 4,35 m.
Both girls are using Nordic Evolution poles.
This will be my first blog post at Nordic Sports blog page. I am 19 years old (turns 20 in May) and living in Turku, Finland. I have jumped on the pole since I was 13 years old. Right now I am studying for a nurse in Turku, Finland at the same time as I train for this summer's competitions. My trainer called Jarno Koivunen and I train with Minna Nikkanen and Anna Gustavsson. At the moment we are still doing very basic fitness training but will soon be training tips with more...