Top Six most Beautiful Women Pole Vaulters in the World
Adams- (Australia): She was born on July 21, 1988 at
Melbourne, Australia. This blonde beauty picked up pole-vaulting at the young
age of 11. Since then, she’s won two national under-21 titles.
While there’s no denying her athletic abilities, the pole vaulting goddess is
flying high in front of the camera as well! Heating up the blogosphere with some
pretty scorching swimsuit pics, the model/athlete has said she hopes to one day compete in the Miss
Universe pageant.Her personal best in the pole vault is 3.8 meters. She was a
finalist in the 2006 Miss
Teen Australia pageant .
Dirt.com selected Melanie Adams who walked away with the title of Sexiest
Athlete of the 2012 Olympics the same day of the Pole Vaulting Finals in London.
Melanie beat out
competition from Datya Klishina , the Russian Long Jumper who was voted second,
and Leryn Franco, the Paraguay Javelin Thrower.
Shari Rock, Dirt's spokesperson says, We love watching all the beautiful
competitors at the Olympics! We have never seen so many of our staff interested
in watching Olympic
Pole Vaulting at 2:30 Am in the morning as we have had this year.
Melanie was also cast in a guest spot for Kids Unlimited, a San Francisco-area
She's a pretty pole-vaulting Aussie with aspirations of one day becoming Miss
Universe, so the sporting link is as tenuous as ever. Even so, we've long since
you care about the sporting link or indeed the sporting words, which is why this
last bit's simply line filler. Oh yes.
In a sport populated by bulky Eastern Bloc athletes with protrusions in their
pants (and that's just the women), this attractive young Australian is a welcome
addition to the world
of running and jumping - and a welcome addition to the esteemed Page 42 canon.
She's Melanie Adams, a pole vaulter by trade - and, although that isn't
instantly evident from the picture, you should have seen some of the shots we
had to discard before settling
on this one. Borderline smut, it was, with Miss Adams pouting and posturing in
the type of attire that would never pass IOC muster, but which might make
top-level athletics more
appealing to the masses. In one shot, she appears to be carelessly spilling
water down her sports brassičre; in another, she sits sprawled on the cinder
track in a shot more
appropriate for a top-rack title.
But that's what happens when the worlds of sport and glamour collide. Melanie
Adams has aspirations to be Australia's next great model, following in the
celebrated footsteps of
Antipodean lovelies Elle ‘The Body' Macpherson and Kylie's sister. She reached
the finals of Miss Teen Australia, but didn't actually win, and has been
‘placed' in the Bartercard Miss
V8 Supercar Quest. We have no idea what that involved, and nor do we intend to
find out because, well, you get the picture.
So is she any good at pole vaulting? Well that's not really the point of this
page but, yes, she's alright. And on Page 42 (or whatever it is, these days),
‘alright' is ‘good enough'.
She's Australian, therefore born to sweat, and she's been vaulting since the age
of 11. She has her sights set on the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi and indeed
on the 2012
London Olympics, and she looks up to the aboriginal Aussie Cathy Freeman and
Tatiana Grigorieva, the Russian-Australian pole vaulter who won gold at the
Games of 2002. Dabbling with the heptathlon, Adams broke her foot last year and
was forced out of action for a while. But it's better now.
Away from sport and pouting, Melanie makes ends meet by working as a personal
trainer. "To be healthy, you should eat lots of fruit and vegetables and drink
lots of water," she
says. And, although she usually charges by the hour for such pearls, you can
have that one for free. Inevitably, though, it all comes back to the modelling.
One day, she says, "I'd like to enter the Miss Universe pageant." Only there's a
problem. "I'm hoping to build my profile, but it's hard when I'm in Melbourne
and they (her
modelling agency) are in Sydney."
Dated 08 December 2012