July 24-25, 2020
Atlantic City, NJ
The Best Beach Vault In The World Is Back For Our 13th Annual Pole Vault Party On The Beach!
An Incredible Weekend Of Vaulting, Music, Food, The Beach And The Greatest Crowd At The Jersey Shore!
*Online Registration Requires a Small Surcharge Fee*
The Biggest & Best Beach Vault In The World Is Back!
1 Sheffield Lane
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Register Early, Space Is Limited!
Phone: (856) 231-0769
*Register now! Spots are limited!*
Please Note That We Will Be Following ALL NJ State Guidelines Pertaining To Covid-19!
Runway #1: H.S. Boys / Girls – Novice A (PR Under 10’)
Runway #2: H.S. Boys / Girls – Novice B (PR 10′ & Up)
**ATTN: Afternoon Competitions On Saturday Are Rolling Starts! Competitors MUST Arrive 2 Hours Prior To Their Event!
Runway #1: H.S. Girls-Championship (PR 10′ & Up)
Runway #2: H.S. Boys Championship (PR 12’ & Up)
Runway #1: Elite Women (PR 13′ & Up)
Runway #2: Elite Men (PR 16’ & Up)
Runway #1: College/Open/Masters Women (Any PR)
Runway #2: College/Open/Masters Men (Any PR)
Club Coach Discounts (Entry Check Due by 7/15)
Olympic Gold Medalist & Indoor World Record Holder, Jenn Suhr Won Our Elite Women’s Event In 2015 With A Meet Record 15’1”.
A few hundred convened on the sands of Seaside Heights this weekend for the seventh annual Mike Pascuzzo-masterminded Jersey Jumps Beach Pole Vault, one more innovative event created under the umbrella of the Pascuzzo's business enterprise appropriately titled Vertical Adventures Track and Field.
Nearly 400 high school, college, and elite level pole vaulters flocked to the beach for the two-day event, which saw 3 pits used in conjunction with homemade runways laying on top of the sand.
For those of us whose ideal vacation includes pole vaulting, here’s the largest gatherings of vaulters in the United States.
There was no shock to Steiner-Bennett’s win — she’s been a big-time vaulter for much of the 21st century, has been nationally ranked every year since 2004 and owns such credits as a 2008 Olympic appearance (placing eighth at Beijing after taking second in the USA Trials), fifths (2004 and 2012 in her other Trials appearances), and a career best of 15-2 1/4 (4.63 meters) dating back to 2008.