Tim Lobinger in 2007
|IAAF World Indoor Championships|
|Gold||2003 Birmingham||Pole vault|
|Bronze||2006 Moscow||Pole vault|
|Silver||1998 Budapest||Pole vault|
|Silver||2006 Gothenburg||Pole vault|
|Bronze||2002 Munich||Pole vault|
|European Indoor Championships|
|Gold||1998 Valencia||Pole vault|
|Gold||2002 Vienna||Pole vault|
|Bronze||2005 Madrid||Pole vault|
His discipline is pole vault and he has been an elite competitor since the 1990s. His best results came in 1997 and 1999 when he jumped over 6.00 meters. His best medals so far have been silver at the 1998 European Athletics Championships and the 2006 European Athletics Championships. He has also won bronze at the 2002 European Championships in Athletics and the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships.
Success has eluded him at the Olympics however. In Atlanta in 1996 he placed seventh. In Sydney in 2000 he achieved 13th, and in Athens in 2004, eleventh. At the 2005 World Championships in Helsinki he jumped over only 5.50 meters, well under his abilities.
He currently has a sponsorship with the sportswear manufacturer Puma.
- "National Lists of Germany (Men)". apulanta.fi. Retrieved 23 February 2013.
- "All-time men's best pole vault (indoor jumps)". alltime-athletics.com. Retrieved 23 February 2013.
- van Kuijen, Hans (2013-09-12). Eaton and Melnychenko lead Talence fields, Lavillenie to make Decathlon debut – IAAF Combined Events Challenge. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-09-12.
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|Men's Pole vault Best Year Performance
alongside Jeff Hartwig (USA)