Weber School senior Becky Arbiv set a Georgia high school indoor pole vaulting record Sunday, Dec. 11, with a jump of 13 feet, 7.5 inches.

Competing indoors in Georgia for the first time as a Weber School student, senior Becky Arbiv sets a state record Dec. 11.

Competing indoors in Georgia for the first time as a Weber School student, senior Becky Arbiv sets a state record Dec. 11.

It was the highest high school pole vault in the nation this indoor track season.

Arbiv, who recently signed to attend Duke University next year as a member of the track and field team, is only the third Weber student-athlete to sign with an NCAA Division I school.

The meet at which Arbiv set the record was Georgia’s first indoor track meet for high-schoolers since 2001. The Atlanta Track Club and Pole Vault Atlanta hosted the competition.

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