Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Allison Stokke

Nickname:the future Mrs. B.o.g.
Birthname:Allison Stokke
Hometown:Norwalk, California
Assets:Knows how to handle a pole.
Vices:Has her clothes on, late night pizza without pineapple obviously
Job:Pole Vaulting
Hobbies:Pole Dancing
Country of Origin:United States

1. "iCarly" (1 episode, 2008)
- iPromote Techfoots (2008) TV episode

Allison Stokke is an American pole vaulter from Orange County, California.

In 2004, Stokke won a California state championship at age 15, and broke several national records in her age division. Her 2005 season was hampered by an injury, as she broke her right tibia in May. As a senior at Newport Harbor High School, her personal best was 13' 7" (4.14 m), the second-best mark in the nation for a female senior in that calendar year.

In May 2007, Stokke won the CIF-Southern Section Masters meet.

In June, Stokke advanced to the CIF State Championship finals by clearing 12' 3" (3.73 m), and eventually finished fourth in the competition that was won by Tori Anthony. Stokke said that her legs had been hurting for a while, which interfered with her sprinting down the runway. She plans to vault for UC Berkeley in 2008.

Stokke grew up as a gymnast, and attempted pole vaulting her freshman year of high school, setting a school record only two months after her start. She would win the state championship three months later, she set a national record for her age group in her sophomore year, at 12' 8".

Ranked number two in the state of California, Stokke recovered from a broken tibia her sophomore year to set a personal record of 13' 7". In total, Stokke has broken five California pole vaulting records, and is planning to attend the University of California on scholarship, after being recruited by Harvard University, Stanford University, and UCLA.

Life Story
Soon, more pictures would surface, millions of new fans would stare at her gazingly, and this future California Bear Field Star, would find unexpected, and unwanted fame as one of the few Internet stars that have kept their clothes on.
She was the National Freshman Record holder in the pole-vault in 2004 going 12-08 and winning the California State Meet. In 2005 she was trying out a new pole during a practice session at Golden West College and unfortunately fell into the concrete box, breaking her tibia.

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