Local pole vaulter Isidro Leyva has continued his excellent run of form and has set a new record.
The 21-year-old, who represents Trops Cueva de Nerja, set a new Andalusian record at the Mondeville Meeting (France) on Sunday.
There he impressed by increasing his personal best by a centimetre to 5.52 metres.
His previous best, and also an Andalusian record at the time, was set at the last Spanish under-23 outdoor championships, where he won the title.
Leyva had already started 2021 as the leader of the Spanish senior pole vault ranking, with a 5.35m, achieved just a week ago at the Valencia Grand Prix.
Now, he has reaffirmed his place at the top of the ranking and, in addition, has the fifth-best distance among the Spanish under-23s of all time (as well as the ninth at senior level) under his belt.