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08

What is it About Pole Vaulting?


Everyone by now is well aware of the hotness that is Allison Stokke, and I already brought you the joy that is Melanie Adams; who knew that the fine art of pole vaulting attracted such attractive and well-formed athletes. It seems that the cold war arms race for hottest pole vaulter continues between the United States and Australia, both nations have been arming themselves and I present two of the latest weapons in this dastardly battle.

First off, Australia was finding itself lacking in babe-artillery and so imported Tatiana Grigorieva, originally from Russia, who emigrated to Australia in 1997. Tatiana has now retired so pole vaulting fans will be unable to see her handling the big rod anymore. That doesn’t mean we have to restrain ourselves from ogling though, but be careful , she’s now a gladiator on Australian Gladiators.

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This doesn’t mean that the USA is weaponless. Sure, we already have the most powerful weapon possible in Allison Stokke, but there’s nothing wrong with constantly building up an arsenal. Thus, the US Track and Field Association presents the delectably sweet Mary Sauer, pole vaulter extraordinaire and a woman who is no stranger to either Maxim or Playboy.

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Still no one can knock Stokke off the top, she is definitely the hottest, but that doesn’t mean that we should just stop paying attention or looking. Who knows, maybe this summer at the Olympics we’ll all fall for a new pole vaulter. Or maybe even a javelin thrower…

Join us after the jump for a nsfw photo of each as well.

Tatiana Grigorieva

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Mary Sauer

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3 Responses to “What is it About Pole Vaulting?”


  1. June 13, 2008 at 3:44 pm

    Should add not work safe to the title 😀

  2. 2 akinyo
    June 15, 2008 at 6:40 pm

    ok


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