Germán Chiaraviglio returns to compete in the United States

The santafesino German Chiaraviglio, Pole vault finalist at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games and 2015 Beijing World Cup, he will play his first competition of the year on Next Friday in Reno U.S.

Chiaraviglio himself confirmed this to Télam, who said: “On Friday I compete in Reno, in the ‘Pole Vault Summit’ tournament, which is a very traditional pole vault festival “.

“It is an event that I always wanted to come to because they compete young people from school to elite athletes. There are two thousand jumpers in a weekend, coach clinics, it’s a great pole vault festival. There will be Christopher Nilsen, Olympic runner-up in Tokyo. It is a nice stimulus to start the year, “he said.

And he added: “On January 23 I jump again in Buenos Aires in an evaluation for the South American indoor championship, to be held in Bolivia in February, “he said.

On February 2, 2020, Chiaraviglio was consecrated South American champion of indoor athletics (indoor) in Cochabamba, Bolivia, with a mark of 5.50 meters.

The 34-year-old athlete from Santa Fe, who competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics (no brand), gave positive on July 28 last in the last test of coronavirus and did not participate in the qualifying phase of the test in Tokyo.

Chiaraviglio, eleventh at the 2016 Olympic Games and ninth at the 2015 World Cup, was south american champion outdoors in Tunja (Colombia) 2006 with 5.40; in Lima (Peru) 2015 with 5.70; in Asunción (Paraguay) 2017 with 5.60; and in Guayaquil, Ecuador, 2021, with 5.50, and has as best mark of his career 5.75, with which he obtained the silver medal at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, 2015.

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