On July 3rd, 2021, Vaulter Club celebrated America’s Independence Day they best way that they do, by hosting a big, fun meet. While for many years, the tradition was to host a big team pool party for the athletes around the Fourth of July, for the second year in a row, the Stars and Stripes meet took over that section and it really worked ...
Vaulter Club geared up six athletes to head on past League Finals and into CIF Prelims. Katie Rodriguez, Aspen Fears, Paige Hansen, Madisyn Negro, Tiger Bachmeier, and Emily Westfall. With the six competitors heading to CIF Prelims, there were high hopes moving on to CIF Finals. Fortunately, four of those six vaulters did.
Here is a list of Inland girls athletes who advanced to the divisional final Saturday, June 12.
Emily Westfall (Vista Murrieta) 11-6
Madisyn Negro (Murrieta Valley) 11-6
Tiger Bachmeier 14'0
After one month of training for the sport of pole vault Tiger Bachmeier takes second place with a vault of 14'3"
Bachmeier a standout football player with many full ride scholarships already under his belt as a 10th grader, will surely be an athlete to be reckoned with in the near future. As we move on to the CIF Prelims, Tiger took ...
Vaulter Club athletes went to the Triton Invitational over the weekend with over eight athletes and three schools. While there, Vaulter Club took both Gold and Silver metals and even a backpack for the first-place winner.
Katie Rodriguez represented very well in the freshmen/sophomore division of the meet by earning the silver metal ...
Following the success of the previous month's two meets (the Gran Prix Spring Meet and the Gran Prix Senior's Meet), Vaulter Magazine and Vaulter Club have announced their next meet in the Gran Prix series, The Frosh/Soph Championships.
While any athlete is able to compete in this meet, the primary focus will be of the two unique meets, ...
If you want to get your feet wet or preparing for the next meet, this is the way to get it done. Private Lessons~ Vaulter Club
CONTACT DEREK AT 951-514-6385 TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
This is a great way to get started for your upcoming season. Come and prepare for our elite squad or recreational vaulting. The cost is $50 for two ...
As we start the 2020 High School season and prepare to end 2019, we tend to reflect back on what it takes to get these athletes to the next level in the sport of pole vault. Pole Vault News Flash. The effort that you put into your sport in the fall and winter season pays off huge during the spring track season.
The effort that you put ...
Soon it will be time to start the fall training for Vaulter Club. This is where the big vaults are made and strength and conditioning are accomplished. We will key in the following area's this year for the Fall of 2019.
GymnasticsRunning MechanicsSprint MechanicsStrengthConditioningCorePlyometricsClass room studyPole carryPole plantPole ...
Yep! You heard it correctly, we will have an end of summer meet with a free BBQ once you're out of the meet. This is a celebration of you! The Pole Vaulter, all ages welcome.
Prior registration is a must, no same day acceptance to this meet. We will have Hy-Vee heat sheets for the meet. Registration closes on August 15, 2019. IAAF ...