Allison Rebecca Stokke Fowler is an American athlete and bodybuilder. She broke many American high school records. Her image at the age of seventeen was widely shared online, leading to her becoming a network phenomenon. Her status as an undesirable sex symbol has been covered nationally and internationally and has informed debate about the sexualization of sports women and young women in general via the Internet. Stokke continued to play pole vault, attended the University of California at Berkeley and competed for the track and field team of the University of California Golden Bears. She competed in two NCAA Division I championships, won the All-American title at the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships, and won an all-round regional title thanks to her combined academic and athletic performance. hers. She tried to make it to the US Olympic team at the 2012 American Olympic Competition, but failed to register the height.
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Pole vaulter who rose to internet fame after a photo of her at a track meet at the age of 17 went viral in 2007. Since she has gained a massive social following on Instagram and Twitter.
She won a California state championship at only 15 at Newport Harbor High School.
She was recruited for pole-vaulting at UC Berkeley and finished her masters there in 2013.
She grew up in Newport Beach with her father, mother Cindy, and her brother Matt.
She is a famous track and field athlete, much like Jessica Ennis-Hill.
- American stakes
- Athletes with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
- Sports athletes in Newport Beach, California
Latest information about Allison Stokke updated on May 18 2021.