BOSTON (AFP) - Olympic silver medallist Jenn Stuczynski easily won the women's pole vault at the US Indoor Track and Field Championship on Sunday. The 27-year-old Stuczynski surpassed her own American record to win the event by clearing 4.83 metres. The American outdoor and indoor record holder failed in three attempts to clear 4.86 metres. She won silver at the 2008 Beijing Games with a vault of 4.80m and trails only world indoor record holder Elena Isinbaeva of Russia (5.00m). Hurdlers Terrence Trammell and Lolo Jones collected 25,000 dollar rewards in the Visa Championship Series with gold-medal performances on Sunday. The indoor championships is the final event in the four-meet winter series. But both turned in golden performances at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center. Trammell took the men's 60-metre hurdles crown in 7.37 seconds. It was a meet record and fastest in the world this year. Jones posted a 7.84 second victory in the women's 100 barrier event, which ranks third only to her pair of 7.82 performances in Karlshrue and Birmingham on the European circuit on the 2009 list. "I'm over all my leg troubles, I'm finally 100 percent healthy, I'm doing plenty of preventative therapy now, and I just want to stay healthy all year," said Trammell. Jones was haunted by her Beijing Olympic performance where she crashed into the final barrier while leading the women's 100-metre final. "Oh, I had my nightmares after Beijing," said Jones. "For a while, I thought they'd never leave me. But I've found that time cures everything. "Now, I just look back on the Olympics as a bad experience, something I have to learn from, something I know I can't ever do again. "I'm a real hurdler now, I know I can run with everybody. Beijing's in my rear view mirror now. I'm just pointing to Berlin (and August's World Outdoor Championships)." Trammell's 7.37 was worth 1,259 points on the IAAF scoring tables; Jones's 7.84 was worth 1,202. Trammell, wearing a purple-and-gold tracksuit and purple spiked shoes, won decisively. Dexter Faulk, who'd run a 7.56 in the semis, was a distant second at 7.53. There was no crashing for Jones this time. She got off to a blazing start and cleared all five hurdles cleanly to easily outclass Olympic heptathlon silver medalist Hyleas Fountain (7.98) and Shantia Moore (8.15.) Two past world champions, Lisa Barber and Tianna Madison, battled it out in the women's 60-metre dash final. Barber took this one in 7.15 seconds, easing past Madison, the 2005 world outdoor winner in the long jump. Other men's winners included, 60-metre sprinter Mark Jelks (6.51), and shot putter Dan Taylor (20.67). Other women's winners included, Katie Watts in the 800 metres (2:03.56), Anna Willard in the 1,500 (4:17.37), 3000-metre racewalker Joanne Dow (13:04.28) and long jumper Brittney Reese (6.71.)