Yamafuji’s 16-foot pole vault photo sequence

ILH track and field officials can't believe what they just saw as J. Kai Yamafuji is about to hit the mat after clearing 16 feet in the pole vault. Sixth of six photos in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

Below is a six-frame photo sequence of J. Kai Yamafuji‘s successful 16-foot pole vault from the ILH championship meet at Kamehameha on April 25. The vault by the Punahou sophomore is the highest ever in Hawaii.

The photos below are courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

Photo 1:


Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji, first photo of six in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

Photo 2:

Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji, second photo of six in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

Photo 3:


Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji, third photo of six in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

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Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji, fourth photo of six in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

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Punahou’s J. Kai Yamafuji, fifth photo of six in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

Photo 6:

ILH track and field officials can’t believe what they just saw as J. Kai Yamafuji is about to hit the mat after clearing 16 feet in the pole vault. Sixth of six photos in a sequence. Courtesy of Paul Nakatani.

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