Allison Stokke

Net Worth: $5'000'000

Allison Stokke

$5'000'000

Allison Stokke is a United States pole vaulter whose net worth is $5’000’000. The majority of Allison’s net worth is due to her husband, professional golfer Rickie Fowler. Stokke became an internet sensation After breaking a number of records as a high school pole vaulter as photographs spread across the web. She was rated as an object of fascination by the media for her attractive appearance and not necessarily for her achievements as a sports athlete. Stokke continued with her pole-vaulting career at the University of California Berkeley Despite the incredible levels of attention she was receiving. She made a number of impressive achievements During this period, including winning All-American honors at the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships. She also accomplished well academically during her college career. Although she attempted to make it onto the 2012 United States Olympic team, she failed to impress during the trials. By 2017 she had stopped attending national pole-vaulting meetings. Stokke became a successful model for companies such as Nike and Athlete Outside her athletic career. Allison Rebecca Stokke Fowler was born on 22 March 1989 in Newport Beach, California. Allison was inspired by her brother, who was now a national gymnast and first tried gymnastics. When she was in high school, she began pole-vaulting for the first time and fell in love with the sport. She became one of the nation’s best young vaulters and won the national championship in 2004. She became the second girl in the national high school rankings After breaking a number of records. Furthermore, she also finished eighth in the junior national championships During her senior year. Fame In 2007, images of Allison Stokke appeared on the internet at a track meet. They were subsequently published by “With Leather”, a male-focused sports blog. Millions of men across the globe were suddenly obsessed with Allison, and she became a social sensation. With so many people commenting on her attractiveness and headlines like Pole Vaulting is Sexy Barely Legal, attention started to take its toll on young Allison. Not all the attention was negative, and CBS aired a special story that highlighted the dangers of sexualizing young girls, using Stokke as an example. Allison was overwhelmed and had to hire a media consultant to handle the influx of emails and requests for photoshoots. She tried to steer the focus back to her pole-vaulting career with a sports-focused YouTube channel, but the comments section was inundated with people who were only concerned about her looks. Despite this, many of her videos have been watched millions of times. In spite of widespread attention from multiple sources, Stokke did little to stoke the fires of her newfound celebrity status. She continued to study college at Berkeley and broke the school record for a freshman athlete with a vault of 4. 11 meters. Her success grew during Her second year at Berkeley, securing All-American status and finishing seventh at the NCAA Women’s Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Unfortunately, stoke’s pole-vaulting career ended up petering out after she graduated from college. She continued to attend events but never placed highly among American athletes. During this period, she started to focus more on modeling. She has participated in campaigns for Nike Athlete and Uniqlo. She also established a partnership with GoPro allowing them to use the camera equipment to make various YouTube videos relating to pole-vaulting. In 2017 Allison began a relationship with golfer Rickie Fowler. They married in 2019.

ID: 1036190
Published: 19/08/2022
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Mar 22, 1989
Female
10913
Pole Vaulter, Fitness Model
United States of America

Present Rank:

10913

Historical Rank:

13315

Date of Birth:

Mar 22, 1989

Date of Death:

Age:

33

Profession:

Pole Vaulter, Fitness Model

Nationality:

United States of America

Gender:

Female

Height:

1.70m

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