Mondo Duplantis took another step towards track and field immortality on Sunday as he set a new world record of 6.21m on the way to the gold medal at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon.
It was the fourth time that Duplantis had broken the world record since he first knocked Renaud Lavillenie off the top of the all-time list in 2020, and the first time he had managed to do so outdoors.
In the last three seasons, the Swedish-American superstar has been almost unbeatable, and his consistency on the Wanda Diamond League circuit has been almost as impressive as his string of world records.
Since the beginning of 2020, he was won 15 of 20 Diamond League competitions, set 12 new meeting records and broken the series record on no less than three occasions.
As the 22-year-old gears up to defend his Wanda Diamond League title in the next two months, we take a look back at some of his finest performances on the circuit.
Duplantis' first Diamond League win came at the Prefontaine Classic in Stanford in 2019, but it wasn't until the following season that he began to seriously dominate the men's pole vault.
In a season truncated by the coronavirus pandemic, it was the Swede's performances which stood out as he cleared the six-metre mark five times in seven meetings.
His brilliant form reached a climax in September, when he broke the Diamond League record twice in the space of just a few weeks. Having recorded the highest outdoor jump in 26 years with 6.07m in Lausanne, he then went one better by completing the highest ever outdoor jump with 6.15m at the Golden Gala in Rome.