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Earle Meadows, (born June 29, 1913, Corinth, Miss., U.S.—died Nov. 11, 1992), American pole-vaulter who, tied with Bill Sefton, set the world record in 1937 of 4.54 m (14 feet 11 inches). Meadows and Sefton were nicknamed “the Heavenly Twins.”



Both vaulters competed for the University of Southern California (Los Angeles). They tied for the event in the 1935 Amateur Athle
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