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After success in his first two years, Nilsen joined up with Washburn vaulting coach Rick Attig, using Attig as a private coach outside of his high school vaulting.
Later, at 14, after leaving gymnastics and picking up pole vaulting, the back injury returned.
The priestess’s jealousy explodes into a trio that at its climax suddenly shifts from minor to major in a glorious vaulting phrase.
Cut from his high school basketball team, the 6-foot-5, 210-pound Hardee turned to pole vaulting and went to Mississippi State hoping to become the next Sergei Bubka.
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VAULTING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vaulting for English Language Learners
: rising or reaching very high
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