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  • Cheerleader-turned-PVer gets NCAA-leading mark

    http://uclabruins.cstv.com/sports/w-tra ... aty00.html

    "2007 - Did not compete. [Viuf] was a member of the cheer squad her freshman year at UCLA. "

    Flash Results, Inc.
    2009 Cal-Nevada Championships
    UCLA

    Event 33 Women Pole Vault
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    Name Year School Finals Points
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    Finals
    1 Katy Viuf JR U.C.L.A. 4.30m 14-01.25 10
    2 Brysun Stately JR U.S.C. 4.20m 13-09.25 8
    3 Megan Jamerson SR U.C.L.A. 4.00m 13-01.50 7
    4 Rosemary Feikert SR CS Stanislaus 3.85m 12-07.50 6
    5 Tori Anthony U.C.L.A. 3.85m 12-07.50 5
    6 Ericka Violett JR CS Sacramento 3.70m 12-01.50 3.50
    6 Tori Pena JR U.C.L.A. 3.70m 12-01.50 3.50
    8 Elizabeth Norvell JR CS Sacramento 3.70m 12-01.50 1.50
    8 Kera Bartlett SR Oxy 3.70m 12-01.50 1.50


    http://www.flashresults.com/flashwest/09Meets/09CalNev/

  • #2
    13-7.75 in her FIRST year of vaulting! That's Jennski territory!!!
    :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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    • #3
      She's tall for a cheerleader.
      The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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      • #4
        She transferred the gymnastics background she gained as a cheerleader. And chose the best college for women's pole vaulting.

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        • #5
          Nice! Katie Viuf is such a stud. I saw her compete at UW last year in her first couple meet and you could tell she had a tremendous amount of potential.

          Here is some more background info on her: http://polevaultpower.com/forum/viewtop ... 12&t=13934

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          • #6
            "Nice! Katie Viuf is such a stud."

            Somehow, the term stud conjers up the wrong image.

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            • #7
              I think "stud" is one of those words like "guy," which, in some contexts, have lost their clear connotation of gender.

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              • #8
                I used to hear it all the time in CA: "That was good, man (dude)!", despite the person to whom the statement was made being a woman.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Jack Slocombe
                  "Nice! Katie Viuf is such a stud."

                  Somehow, the term stud conjers up the wrong image.
                  Not to me...she's a stud! Great combo of speed, power and kinesthetic sense. Go, K!

                  cman

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by cullman
                    Originally posted by Jack Slocombe
                    "Nice! Katie Viuf is such a stud."

                    Somehow, the term stud conjers up the wrong image.
                    Not to me...she's a stud! Great combo of speed, power and kinesthetic sense. Go, K!

                    cman
                    And she wears her jockstrap over her shoulders.

                    Some alternatives:
                    1. Studette.
                    2. Studlady.
                    3. Studess.
                    4. Jockette.
                    5. _______

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                    • #11
                      What does any of this have to do with earrings? :?
                      There are no strings on me

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                      • #12
                        http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=stud


                        Stud 680 up, 81 down
                        basically a badass... this person is really cool. Everyone looks up to them and wants to get with them. This person can be a male or a female gay or straight. studs do not discriminate.

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                        • #13
                          As I look at her, I struggle describing her as a 'stud' too.

                          But I understand the generic use of the term.
                          The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by cullman
                            Great combo of speed, power and kinesthetic sense. Go, K!

                            cman
                            Okay, not to nitpick here, but the profile says that her prep 100/200 PRs were 12.9 and 27.x. That's not exacly blistering speed for a vaulter, is it? Looks to me like she's doing it more with long levers and gymnastic ability rather than wheels down the runway.

                            No matter how she's doing, that is an INCREDIBLE performance for a debut season. Profile says she's from Oklahoma; does Oklahoma have a girls vault in high school? If so, her HS coach reeeaaaaaalllllyyy missed the boat.

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                            • #15
                              It seems like people are not reading the link provided by PVP.

                              "Anthony encouraged her to do some pole vaulting over the summer, so (she is from Tulsa) she jumped with Joe Dial a couple times.

                              She turned out for track again in the fall [2007]..."

                              She was 11th at NCAAs in 2008.

                              This is not her first year; she is a "veteran" of 21 months in the sport.

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