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Armand Duplantis Net Worth, Age, Bio, Height, & Girlfriend

Sophia Eve



Armand Duplantis also known as Mondo Duplantis is a Swedish-American Pole Vault. He was born on November 10, 1999 in Lafayette, Louisiana. Duplantis is the world record holder with height of 6.20metres (20ft 4in) indoor.

He is the current Olympics Champion with a world best of 6.15metres (20ft 2in) outdoors. Duplantis was voted as 2020 World Athletics Male Athlete of the Year.

As of November 2022, Armand Duplantis net worth is estimated to be between $1 million to $5 million.

Quick Facts

Net Worth:$1 million to $5 million
Full Name:Armand Gustav Duplantis
Age:22 Years Old
Date of Birth:November 10, 1999
Birth Place:Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
Salary:$1 million +
Monthly Income:$83,333 +
Weekly Income:$20,833 +
Daily Income:$2,777 +
Height:5ft 11in
Weight:79 kg (174 lbs)
Hair Color:Dark Brown
Eyes Color:Blue
Shoe Size:8 US
Siblings:Andreas Duplantis, Antoine Duplantis, and Johanna Duplantis
Father:Greg Duplantis
Mother:Helena Duplantis
Marital Status:In Relationship
Wife/Spouse:Desiré Inglander
Dating/Girlfriend:Desiré Inglander
Profession:Pole Vaulter
Favorite Color:Not confirm
Favorite Food:Not confirm
Favorite Drink:Not confirm
Favorite Pet:Not confirm
Zodiac Sign:Scorpio
Last Updated:2022

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Early Life & Biography

Armand Duplantis was born on November 10, 1999, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is 22 years old now. His parents are from Sweden and he has dual citizenship (United States and Sweden). Duplantis lived in France as a child and he was a top-ranked pole vaulter as early as age 13. He attended Capital High School in Olympia, Washington and graduated in 2017.

In 2018, Duplantis’ mother Helena Duplantis (coach) lives in nearby Seattle and he resides with his father Greg Duplantis (coach) south of Seattle. Armand started training when he was around 8 years old. He began competing in national competitions when he was 12. In 2014, Duplantis won gold medals at both USATF Junior Outdoor Championships and IAAF Youth World Championships.

In 2015, he became world champion for Juniors for a second time after winning gold medal at 2015 World Junior Championships in Cali, Colombia. In 2016, Duplantis moved to Stockholm to train full-time under coach Christian Olsson. That year he finished 5th at 2016 IAAF World U20 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland and 2nd at 2016 NACAC Under-23 Championships in Windsor, Canada.

Personal Life

Mondo Duplantis Personal Life & Girlfriend

Armand Duplantis was born in Louisiana to his parents who are both of Swedish descent. He is currently 22 years old and goes to Catholic High School in Baton Rouge where he holds a 3.7 GPA. He started pole vaulting when he was just 5 years old and has been an athlete ever since.

While his official height seems to be 6’4 (1.93m), Duplantis stands out for his slender build and long arms which also allow him to become a challenge as a long jumper as well as a sprinter. It is shocking that he started pole vaulters at the age of 3 and his parents are his coaches.

He was born in an athletic family where his American father, Greg Duplantis is a former pole vaulter. His father has done his best personal of 5.80m. While His Swedish mother, Helena was a former volleyball player. Moreover, his two brothers, Antoine and Andreas also are in sports. His younger sister, Johanna also took sports as profession.

Armand Duplantis kept his personal life private but still he has seen most of the time with swish model, Desiré Inglander. They have been together for about an year. They have also shared adorable couple pictures on their social profiles including Instagram. Duplantis once told he met Desiré Inglander on Midsummer Eve. It is an oldest festival of Sweden.

Age, Height, & Weight

Armand Duplantis was born on November 10, 1999 in Lafayette, Louisiana. As of June 2022, he is 22 years old. He is 5ft 11in (1.81m) tall and weight around 79 kg (174lbs).


Armand Duplantis Career & Achievements

Armand Duplantis competed in pole vaulting from a young age, breaking many age group records as a teenager and becoming one of Sweden’s top pole vaulters by his early 20s. He qualified for pole vault competition in three different Olympics, but he did not win any medals. Although he had never set a world record before 2018, his vault of 6.08 meters (19 feet 5 inches) in 2018 was seen as a breakthrough, which lead him for major titles.

The highlights of Armand Duplantis’ career include winning several youth international championships in 2007 and 2009 and setting an American pole vault record at 15 years old while also competing against older competitors on elite Swedish teams during national competitions throughout 2011.

Duplantis won first place again later that year, qualifying him to represent Sweden internationally after dual citizenship applications were approved. As such, he finished ninth overall in men’s pole vault at 2012 Olympic Games held in London.

In June 2018, Duplantis made headlines when he broke Sergey Bubka’s indoor world record with a height of 6.15 meters (20 feet 1 inch). That same month, Duplantis announced that he would be representing Sweden internationally instead of his native United States.

In 2018, Duplantis reached 6.05 m (19ft 10in) at the 2018 European Athletics Championships. This great achievement ranked him to fifth best pole vaulter and second best in outdoors in the world.

On 8 February 2020, Duplantis broke 6 years old record of Renaud Lavillenie by jumping of 6.17 m (20ft 3in) in Toruń, Poland. He didn’t stop here and after one week on 15 February, he increased the record by 1 centimeter to 6.18m.

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  • Gold Medalist at 2020 Olympics Games at Tokyo
  • Silver Medalist at 2019 World Championships
  • Gold Medalist at 2022 World Athletics Indoor Championships in Belgrade
  • Won 2020 Diamond League
  • Gold Medalist at 2021 European Indoor Championships
  • 2 Times World Championships Finalist
  • 1 Olympics Game Finalist
  • 2 Current European Record Holder

Armand Duplantis Social Media Profiles

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Facebook:Armand Duplantis Facebook Community
Instagram:Armand Duplantis Instagram
Twitter:Armand Duplantis Twitter
World Athletics:Armand Duplantis World Athletics
Wikipedia:Armand Duplantis Wikipedia

The BEST of Mondo Duplantis at the Olympics

Net Worth Insight of Armand Duplantis

As of 2022, Mondo Duplantis net worth is estimated to be between $1 million to $5 million. He has earned his wealth as pole vaulter and some from endorsements.

PUMA is one of the brand who signed a contract with pole vault world record holder “Armand Duplantis”. He has won 8 World Records in his entire career till now including both indoors and outdoors game.

Currently he is the holding 2020 Men’s pole vault world record with height of 6.20 metres (20ft 4in). Once he said “Just take a deep breath, think about what you’re going to do, and just do it.” He really means it as he did broke his own records and is now world best pole vaulter.

FAQs About Armand Duplantis

Q: Did Armand Duplantis attend college?

A: Duplantis attended Lafayette High School for four years for graduation. The school is located at 3000 W Congress Street in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Q: How tall is Duplantis?

A: Armand Duplantis height is 5ft 11in (1.81m). Due to his height and motivation, he is currently holding 2 European records – Pole Vault and Pole Vault ind.

Q: How fast is Armand Duplantis?

A: Duplantis set world record on Feb 8, 2020 with height of 6.17 metres (20ft 3in). One week later, he broke his own record and made 6.18 metres (20ft 3.1/4in).

Q: Why is Armand Duplantis called Mondo?

A: In short, his father’s friend give him nickname “Mondo” at very young age. The name means world. He gave it to him because it sounds cool and ironic.

Q: Who hold the pole vault world record?

A: Mondo Duplantis is currently the world record holder of pole vault. He broke his own record in Glasgow in February 2020 with 6.19 metres (20ft 3.1/2in).

Q: What is the highest pole vault jump?

A: The highest pole vault jump was done by Mondo Duplantis of height 6.20 metres in Belgrade. He has set a world record which seems hard to break.

Sophia Eve is a writer for Wealthy Cast. Her friends often call her Sofia. She is 25 years old Swedish girl from Stockholm. Sophia loves traveling, blogging, and photography. Sophia is passionate to help others in their life and motivate them to do what they love to. Sophia is currently learning celebrities, their lifestyle, career, and personal life. She pour her knowledge here on Wealthy Cast.

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