Top Six most Beautiful Women Pole Vaulters in the World

Top six most beautiful women Pole Vaulters in the world
Top six most beautiful women Pole Vaulters in the world



Women Fitness has carefully chosen the Top six most beautiful women Pole Vaulters in the world. These are women par excellence in their chosen sports pole vault. But they are like flying angels in the blue sky when they are performing pole vault.

Jennifer Suhr- (USA ): Jennifer "Jenn" Suhr was born on February 5, 1982. She is an American pole vaulter. She is the current Olympic champion, has been the number-one ranked American pole vaulter since 2006, and has won a total of 11 US National Championships. She holds the American women's pole vault record both indoors and outdoors. In 2008 she won the U.S.

Olympic trials, setting an American record of 4.92 m (16 ft 2 in) and won a silver medal in the Beijing Olympics. She won the gold medal at the London Olympics 2012 on the 6th of August, 2012.Track & Field News named her American Female Athlete of the Year for 2008.

Suhr was born to Mark and Sue Stuczynski, grocery store owners in Fredonia, New York. She got involved in sports at a young age, playing softball at age 6. At 9, she competed in an adult golf league with her grandfather. At Fredonia High School, she played softball, basketball, soccer, and track and field, and won the New York State pentathlon title in 2000 as a senior.

Suhr attended Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York, where she competed in basketball and track and field. She averaged 24.3 points and 6.7 rebounds a game for Roberts Wesleyan in 2003–04, taking her team to the NCCAA national championship game. She graduated as the school’s all-time leading scorer in basketball with 1,819 points.

On January 3, 2010, Jenn married her coach, Rick Suhr, in Rochester.

On February 27, 2011, Suhr won her tenth national title overall with a win at the 2011 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships with another national record clearance of 4.86 m (15 ft 11 in) for the indoor event.Her run of five consecutive national outdoor titles was ended by Kylie Hutson at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, with Suhr finishing in second place with a 4.60 m (15 ft 1 in) vault.

Suhr cleared 4.91 m (16 ft 1 in) - the highest vault of the year - in Rochester, New York on July 26. She subsequently finished in fourth place at the world championships in Daegu, South Korea with a leap of 4.70 m (15 ft 5 in).

Suhr also took Diamond League victories in London and Zurich during the season, defeating 2011 world champion Fabiana Murer and three other former world champions in the latter competition.

Track & Field News ranked Suhr the number one women's pole vaulter in the world for 2011.

She opened 2012 with an American record clearance of 4.88 m at the Boston Indoor Grand Prix, re-establishing herself as the second highest female vaulter of all-time.A meet record of 4.65 m followed in the outdoor season at the Drake Relays in April.

On June 24, Suhr won the Olympic Trials (and the United States Championships) to qualify for her second Olympic games.
On August 6, 2012, Jenn Suhr won the gold medal in the women's pole vault at the Olympic Games, defeating Cuba's Yarisley Silva on countback after both competitors had cleared 4.75 m.

In 2006 Suhr signed a 4-year sponsorship with Adidas. In August 2007, Suhr was signed as a brand spokesperson for Nutrilite, a brand of vitamin, mineral and dietary

Awards and honors
  • Track & Field News named Suhr the American Female Athlete of the Year for 2008. No male vaulter has ever won the American honor and the only other female winner was Stacy Dragila in 2001 





Dated 08 December 2012