The Sports Examiner: Sandi Happy! Morris clears record 16-4 3/4 in Brussels

PALM DESERT, Sep. 12, 2016 – A fractured wrist almost kept Sandi Morris off the U.S. Olympic team this summer. But after winning a Rio silver, she became the second woman ever to clear 5.00 meters (16-4 3/4) to win the pole vault in the final Diamond League meet of the year last Friday.

She was the lead story on a nice meet for the U.S. tracksters, including two Diamond race winners and a new American Record in the 5,000 meters. Get the details in your all-in-one briefing on the top events in international sport:

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  • Athletics: Morris leads a great night for the U.S. in Brussels;
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  • Cycling/Road: Nairo Quintana holds off Chris Froome to win La Vuelta;
  • Swimming: Full text of the disciplinary letter on Ryan Lochte and friends.

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