Following a nearly surreal over its timing and a 12-stride run-up new total UK record of 4.71m by Holly Bleasdale in Orleans, France, last Saturday, the sky looks the limit for the European U23 champion in the pole vault that has been rocketing high through new spheres over the last year.

Most definitely, there has got to be a lot more to come from her when she gets into her full stride pattern and polishes up her vaulting in all aspects as the season progresses and she could even emerge as a genuine medal contender by the time London is around in summer.

Arguably, climbing over such a height off 12 strides translates alone into something around 4.85 to 4.90m without taking anything else into account. So what is your view about how high she can reach?