Which world athletics record will be broken next? - HJ or PV?

The men's world record for the high jump is 2.45m, which was set by the Cuban Javier Sotomayor in 1993. Not long after that, the current world record for the Pole Vault, 6.14m, was set by Ukrainian Sergey Bubka in 1994. These records have lasted quite a while, and it is probably inevitable that they will be broken again - which one do you think will go first? See also our previous world record poll: which record time will be broken next—100m or marathon?

Which men's world athletics record time will be broken next, high jump or pole vault?

High Jump
Pole Vault
Neither - those marks will never be beaten

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