Below is what they each said about their efforts and experience at the 2018 World Indoors
"This is the most important result of my career. In London, it was tough. But here, it was really a pleasure to jump with these guys.
"My emotions are so strong I cannot even describe it. This is unbelievable, such a good result for me. Honestly, I did not expect to win this event and I did not think of it at all. I just tried to do my best until the end of the competition.
"I liked it here in Birmingham very much and the crowd was very supportive. I have not jumped very often this season but all my performances were good. I am happy for this and looking forward to the summer.
"Now, I am heading home and I will get ready for summer with my team in Russia. Here, I will celebrate with my coach and of course, at home with my family."
Mutaz Barshim (QAT) – Silver
"I'm happy with the medal but not quite the result, it didn't really click today but that's the sport. I'm feeling good, now I need to put in some work to be ready for the outdoor season.
"I wasn't surprised Danil put in that jump. It was surprised that it took him until the third but it's good we can have that kind of competition to push us to jump higher."
Mateusz Przybylko (GER) – Bronze
"I just can't believe it. It is the first time I have won a medal and I am so happy. I didn't think I was a medal contender and my warm-up wasn't that good. There is going to be a big party when I get home."
Robbie Grabarz (GBR) – 9th place
"I've not had my best performance of the year. It's only five minutes from home and to come in last place is disappointing.
"The competition didn't really seem to get started for a variety of reasons but it's a big shame.
"For the Commonwealths I can't perform like that or I won't even reach the final."