Duplantis Sweden is the world record holder, Kendricks United States is the multiple world champion and France’s Lavillenie won gold at the 2012 Olympics.
They will not really be in the same place but are taking part from France, Mississippi and Louisiana, if the weather allows.
“I am happy to be able to compete again, especially against Sam and Renaud,” Duplantis told worldathletics.org. “Since it is unknown what competition we will have together, we will definitely enjoy this and have fun with it.
“Also, winning is very important because I don’t really like losing to them.”
Lavillenie added, “This is an amazing opportunity to see the best jumpers in a new competition format that shows their love for their sport with a competition when most other sports are not active.
“And because we are all at home, we have no reason to miss this international home competition.”