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ATLECTIC-WORLD/
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August 15, 2009
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. competes in the women's pole vault qualification during the world athletics...
Berlin, Germany
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. competes in the women's pole vault qualification during the world athletics...
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. competes in the women's pole vault qualification during the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin August 15, 2009. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS/
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June 28, 2009
Former Olympic champion Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault final at the U.S. track and...
Eugene, UNITED STATES
Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault final at the U.S. track and field championships in Eugene,...
Former Olympic champion Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault final at the U.S. track and field championships in Eugene, Oregon June 28, 2009. Dragila, who has talked about retiring after this season, came in second. REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS/
RTR25563
June 28, 2009
Former Olympic champion Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault final at the U.S. track and...
Eugene, UNITED STATES
Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault final at the U.S. track and field championships in Eugene,...
Former Olympic champion Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault final at the U.S. track and field championships in Eugene, Oregon June 28, 2009. Dragila, who has talked about retiring after this season, came in second. REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS/CARSON
RTX5W20
May 18, 2008
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. is unsuccessful at clearing the bar during her fourth place finish in the women's...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Dragila of the U.S. is unsuccessful at clearing the bar during the women's pole vault at the Adidas Track...
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. is unsuccessful at clearing the bar during her fourth place finish in the women's pole vault at the Adidas Track Classic athletics competition in Carson, California May 18, 2008. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRW38K
August 21, 2004
Defending Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the U.S. walks away after her third failed attempt at the...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Stacy Dragila of US eliminated after failed pole vault attempts at Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Defending Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the U.S. walks away after her third failed attempt at the qualifying height in the women's pole vault at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 21, 2004. REUTERS/Mike Blake JSK/AA
DRAGILA
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July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts as she clears 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic...
Sacramento, USA
Stacy Dragila reacts as she clears 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olymp.....
Stacy Dragila reacts as she clears 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. [Dragila won the event and qualified for the Olympics in Athens.]
DRAGILA
RTXMRT2
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic...
Sacramento, USA
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olym.....
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. [Dragila won the event and qualified for the Olympics in Athens.]
DRAGILA
RTXMRT0
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts as the bar falls during her failed attempt at a world record height of 4.89 meters...
Sacramento, USA
Stacy Dragila reacts as the bar falls during her failed attempt at a world record height of 4.89 met.....
Stacy Dragila reacts as the bar falls during her failed attempt at a world record height of 4.89 meters during the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. [Dragila won the event at a height of 4.75 meters to qualify for the Olympics in Athens.]
DRAGILA
RTXMRSU
July 18, 2004
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault final...
Sacramento, USA
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault f.....
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004.
DRAGILA
RTXMRSQ
July 18, 2004
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila heads skyward as she clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the...
Sacramento, USA
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila heads skyward as she clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the.....
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila heads skyward as she clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004.
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTUM
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila blows kisses to the crowd after winning the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic...
Sacramento, USA
STACY DRAGILA BLOWS KISSES AFTER WINNING THE WOMENS POLE VAULT FINAL IN SACRAMENTO.
Stacy Dragila blows kisses to the crowd after winning the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. Dragila won the event, clearing a height of 4.75 meters and qualified for the Olympics in Athens. REUTERS/Jason Reed GMH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTTX
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.65 meters on her way to winning the women's pole vault final at...
Sacramento, USA
STACY DRAGILA REACTS AFTER WINNING THE WOMENS POLE VAULT FINAL IN SACRAMENTO.
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.65 meters on her way to winning the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. Dragila won the event, clearing a height of 4.75 meters to qualify for the Olympics in Athens. REUTERS/Jason Reed GMH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTTQ
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts as she clears 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic...
Sacramento, USA
STACY DRAGILA CLEARS 4.75 METERS TO WIN THE WOMENS POLE VAULT FINAL IN SACRAMENTO.
Stacy Dragila reacts as she clears 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. Dragila won the event and qualified for the Olympics in Athens. REUTERS/Jason Reed GMH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTTK
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts as the bar falls during her failed attempt at a world record height of 4.89 meters...
Sacramento, USA
STACY DRAGILA REACTS AFTER MISSING OUT ON A WORLD RECORD IN SACRAMENTO.
Stacy Dragila reacts as the bar falls during her failed attempt at a world record height of 4.89 meters during the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. Dragila won the event at a height of 4.75 meters to qualify for the Olympics in Athens. REUTERS/Jason Reed REUTERS GMH/SV
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTT6
July 18, 2004
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic...
Sacramento, USA
STACY DRAGILA REACTS AFTER WINNING THE WOMENS POLE VAULT FINAL IN SACRAMENTO.
Stacy Dragila reacts after clearing 4.75 meters to win the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. Dragila won the event and qualified for the Olympics in Athens. REUTERS/Jason Reed GMH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTOI
July 18, 2004
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila heads skyward as she clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the...
Sacramento, USA
POLE VAULTER STACIA DRAGlLA COMPETES AT USA OLYMPIC TRIALS.
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila heads skyward as she clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. REUTERS/Mike Blake GMH/SV
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTTOA
July 18, 2004
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault final...
Sacramento, USA
POLE VAULTER STACY DRAGlLA COMPETES AT USA OLYMPIC TRIALS.
Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila clears the bar at a height of 4.35 meters during the women's pole vault final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 18, 2004. REUTERS/Jason Reed GMH/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRRQAA
June 08, 2004
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. POSES TO PHOTOGRAPHERS INFRONT OF THE SIGN THAT SHOWS THE HEIGHT OF HER NEW WORLD...
Ostrava, Czech Republic
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. POSES TO PHOTOGRAPHERS INFRONT OF THE SIGN THAT SHOWS THE HEIGHT OF HER ...
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. POSES TO PHOTOGRAPHERS INFRONT OF THE SIGN THAT SHOWS THE HEIGHT OF HER NEW WORLD RECORD DURING GOLDEN SPIKE IAAF SUPER GRAND PRIX MEETING IN OSTRAVA. Stacy Dragila of the U.S. poses for photographers in front of a display that shows her new World Record pole vault of 4.83 metres, that she accomplished during Golden Spike IAAF Super Grand Prix meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic, June 8, 2004. REUTERS/David W Cerny
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRRQA5
June 08, 2004
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. shakes hands with fans after setting a new World Record with height of 4.83...
Ostrava, Czech Republic
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. SHAKES HANDS WITH FANS AFTER SETTING NEW WORLD POLE VAULT RECORD IN OSTRAVA.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. shakes hands with fans after setting a new World Record with height of 4.83 metres in the women's pole vault during the Golden Spike IAAF Super Grand Prix meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic, June 8, 2004. REUTERS/David W Cerny DWC/AA
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRRQA0
June 08, 2004
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. clears the bar to set a new World Record with a vault of 4.83 metres in the...
Ostrava, Czech Republic
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. CLEARS THE BAR DURING GOLDEN SPIKE IAAF SUPER GRAND PRIX MEETING IN OSTRAVA.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. clears the bar to set a new World Record with a vault of 4.83 metres in the women's pole vault during the Golden Spike IAAF Super Grand Prix meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic, June 8, 2004. REUTERS/David W Cerny DWC/AA
SPORTS ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRTRY9
March 06, 2004
STACY DRAGILA OF THE UNITED STATES COMPETES IN THE POLE VAULT EVENT AT THE WORLD INDOOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS...
Budapest, Hungary
STACY DRAGILA OF THE UNITED STATES COMPETES IN THE POLE VAULT EVENT AT THE WORLD INDOOR ATHLETICS ......
STACY DRAGILA OF THE UNITED STATES COMPETES IN THE POLE VAULT EVENT AT THE WORLD INDOOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BUDAPEST. Stacy Dragila of the United States competes in the Pole Vault event of the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Budapest on March 6, 2004. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTKS7
February 29, 2004
Olympic Gold Medalist Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault at the 2004 USA Indoor Championships...
UNITED STATES
STACY DRAGILA WINS WOMEN'S POLE VAULT.
Olympic Gold Medalist Stacy Dragila competes in the women's pole vault at the 2004 USA Indoor Championships for Track and Field February 29, 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts. Dragila won the event by clearing a height of 4.70 meters, 15 feet, five inches. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi JR/GAC
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRTKRO
February 29, 2004
Olympic gold medalist Stacy Dragila smiles after being awarded a medal for her win in the women's pole...
UNITED STATES
STACY DRAGILA SMILES WITH MEDAL FOR WOMEN'S POLE VAULT.
Olympic gold medalist Stacy Dragila smiles after being awarded a medal for her win in the women's pole vault at the 2004 USA Indoor Championships for Track and Field February 29, 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts. Dragila won the event by clearing a height of 4.70 meters, 15 feet, 5 inches. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi JR/GAC
DRAGILA
RTXM5XW
August 25, 2003
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. waves to the crowd after failing to clear 4.60 metres in the final of the women's...
Paris, France
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. waves to the crowd after failing to clear 4.60 metres in the final of the .....
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. waves to the crowd after failing to clear 4.60 metres in the final of the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athletics Championships in the Stade de France at Saint-Denis near Paris August 25, 2003. [Dragila finished fourth behind Russian winner Svetlana Feofanova who cleared 4.75 metres.]
DRAGILA
RTXM5SA
August 25, 2003
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. displays a U.S. flag on her stomach during the final of the women's pole vault...
Paris, France
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. displays a U.S. flag on her stomach during the final of the women's pole v.....
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. displays a U.S. flag on her stomach during the final of the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athletics Championships in the Stade de France at Saint-Denis near Paris August 25, 2003.
DRAGILA
RTXM5S9
August 25, 2003
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. smiles during the final of the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athletics...
Paris, France
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. smiles during the final of the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athleti.....
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. smiles during the final of the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athletics Championships in the Stade de France at Saint-Denis near Paris August 25, 2003.
DRAGILA
RTXM5S6
August 25, 2003
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. is silhouetted as she warms up for the final of the women's pole vault at the...
Paris, France
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. is silhouetted as she warms up for the final of the women's pole vault at .....
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. is silhouetted as she warms up for the final of the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athletics Championships in the Stade de France at Saint-Denis near Paris August 25, 2003.
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRNYSG
August 25, 2003
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. competes in the women's pole vault final
August 25, 2003 during the 9th World...
Paris, France (French Republic)
STACY DRAGILA OF THE US COMPETES IN THE WOMEN'S POLE VAULT FINAL IN
PARIS.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. competes in the women's pole vault final
August 25, 2003 during the 9th World Athletics Championships at the
Stade de France in Saint-Denis outside Paris. REUTERS/Pool

KM
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTRNZ5P
August 24, 2003
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. IS SILHOUETTED AS SHE WARMS UP FOR THE FINAL OF THE
WOMEN'S POLE VAULT AT THE 9TH....
Paris, France (French Republic)
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. IS SILHOUETTED AS SHE WARMS UP FOR THE FINAL OF
THE WOMEN'S POLE VAULT AT THE ......
DRAGILA OF THE U.S. IS SILHOUETTED AS SHE WARMS UP FOR THE FINAL OF THE
WOMEN'S POLE VAULT AT THE 9TH. WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. is silhouetted as she warms up for the final of
the women's pole vault at the 9th World Athletics Championships in the Stade
de France at Saint-Denis near Paris August 25, 2003. Pictures of the year
2003 REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach ATHENS 2004 PREVIEW PROSPECTS GENERIC
DRAGILA
RTXM4VV
August 23, 2003
The U.S. flag design is seen on the soles of Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA during the pole...
Paris, France
The U.S. flag design is seen on the soles of Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA during the po.....
The U.S. flag design is seen on the soles of Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA during the pole vault qualifications at the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade De France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 23, 2003.
DRAGILA
RTXM4VQ
August 23, 2003
Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA lands on the mat in the women's pole vault qualifications at...
Paris, France
Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA lands on the mat in the women's pole vault qualifications .....
Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA lands on the mat in the women's pole vault qualifications at the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade De France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 23, 2003.
ATHLETICS
RTXM4VO
August 23, 2003
Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA goes over the bar in the pole vault qualifications at the 9th...
Paris, France
Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA goes over the bar in the pole vault qualifications at the .....
Olympic champion Stacy Dragila of the USA goes over the bar in the pole vault qualifications at the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade De France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 23, 2003.
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTRNUZZ
August 23, 2003
THE US FLAG DESIGN SEEN ON THE SOLES OF OLYMPIC CHAMPION STACY DRAGILA
OF THE USA IN THE POLE VAULT...
Paris, France (French Republic)
THE US FLAG DESIGN SEEN ON THE SOLES OF OLYMPIC CHAMPION STACY DRAGILA
OF THE USA IN THE POLE VAULT...
THE US FLAG DESIGN SEEN ON THE SOLES OF OLYMPIC CHAMPION STACY DRAGILA
OF THE USA IN THE POLE VAULT QUALIFICATIONS AT THE 9TH WORLD ATHLETIC
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN PARIS.
SPORT
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June 15, 2003
U.S. athlete Stacy Dragila jumps during the pole vault event at the
athletics meeting in Villeneuve...
Villeneuve D Ascq, France (French Republic)
AMERICAN DRAGILA IN ACTION DURING POLE VAULT AT VILLENEUVE D ASCQ.
U.S. athlete Stacy Dragila jumps during the pole vault event at the
athletics meeting in Villeneuve D 'Ascq, France, June 15, 2003.
REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

PR
SPORTS ATHLETICS
RTR13RW7
June 01, 2003
U.S. pole Vaulter Stacy Dragila clears 15.05 feet while on her way to
winning the women's pole vault...
Carson, United States of America
POLE VAULTER STACY DRAGILA CLEARS BAR AT HOME DEPOT TRACK INVITATIONAL.
U.S. pole Vaulter Stacy Dragila clears 15.05 feet while on her way to
winning the women's pole vault event at the Home Depot Track
Invitational in Carson, California, June 1, 2003. The competition was
part of an inaugural event to open the new 150 million $125 acre sports
facility in Los Angeles. Dragila won with a height 15.09 feet.
REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
RTR12OX5
March 15, 2003
Stacy Dragila of the U.S., current world record holder and Olympic
champion, leaves the arena after...
Birmingham, UK
DRAGILA FAILS TO QUALIFY AT THE WORLD INDOOR ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN
BIRMINGHAM.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S., current world record holder and Olympic
champion, leaves the arena after failing to qualify in the Pole Vault
competition at the 2003 World Indoor Athletics Championships in
Birmingham March 15, 2003. Speaking afterwards Draglia said "It's been
a bad day at work and I really don't want to talk about it".
REUTERS/Matt Dunham

JB/CRB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I1W
March 02, 2003
Stacy Dragila carries her vaulting pole past the sign with her new
indoor women's pole vault world record...
Boston, United States of America
STACY DRAGILA CARRIES POLE AT USA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila carries her vaulting pole past the sign with her new
indoor women's pole vault world record of 15 feet 8.25 inches set
during competition at the USA Track and Field Championships March 2,
2003 in Boston. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

JRB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I1U
March 02, 2003
Stacy Dragila waves to the crowd after setting a new indoor women's
pole vault world record of 15 feet,...
Boston, United States of America
STACY DRAGILA CELEBRATES NEW INDOOR POLE VAULT WORLD RECORD AT USA
INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila waves to the crowd after setting a new indoor women's
pole vault world record of 15 feet, eight and one-quarter inches during
competition at the USA Track and Field Championships March 2, 2003 in
Boston. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

JRB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I1R
March 02, 2003
Stacy Dragila smiles for photographers after setting a new world indoor
record in the women's pole vault...
Boston, United States of America
DRAGILA SMILES AFTER SETTING WORLD RECORD AT USA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila smiles for photographers after setting a new world indoor
record in the women's pole vault clearing a height of 15 feet, eight
and one-quarter inches at the 2003 U.S.A. Indoor Track and Field
Championships in Boston, Massachusetts March 2, 2003. REUTERS/Brian
Snyder

BS
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I1H
March 02, 2003
Stacy Dragila poses with her new indoor women's pole vault world record
of 15 feet, 8 and one-quarter...
Boston, United States of America
STACY DRAGILA POSES WITH NEW INDOOR POLE VAULT WORLD RECORD AT USA
INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila poses with her new indoor women's pole vault world record
of 15 feet, 8 and one-quarter inches set during competition at the USA
Track and Field Championships March 2, 2003 in Boston. REUTERS/Jim
Bourg

JRB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I1E
March 02, 2003
CAPTION CORRECTION - CHANGING RESULT

Stacy Dragila sets a new women's indoor pole vault World record...
Boston, United States of America
STACY DRAGILA SETS NEW INDOOR POLE VAULT WORLD RECORD.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CHANGING RESULT

Stacy Dragila sets a new women's indoor pole vault World record by
clearing the bar at a height of 15 feet 8-1/4 inches at the USA Track
and Field Championships March 2, 2003 in Boston. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I19
March 02, 2003
Stacy Dragila poses with her new indoor women's pole vault world record
of 15 feet 8 inches set during...
Boston, United States of America
STACY DRAGILA POSES WITH NEW INDOOR POLE VAULT WORLD RECORD AT USA
INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila poses with her new indoor women's pole vault world record
of 15 feet 8 inches set during competition at the USA Track and Field
Championships March 2, 2003 in Boston. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

JRB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR12I14
March 02, 2003
Stacy Dragila attempts a vault of 16 feet after setting a new world
indoor record in the event with...
Boston, United States of America
DRAGILA VAULTS AT USA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila attempts a vault of 16 feet after setting a new world
indoor record in the event with a vault of 15 feet 8 inches at the 2003
U.S.A. Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston, Massachusetts
March 2, 2003. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS/ME
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR11TOJ
February 01, 2003
American Stacy Dragila pumps her fist for the crowd prior to vaulting
her way to victory at a height...
Boston, United States Minor Outlying Islands
AMERICAN POLE VAULTER DRAGILA PUMPS FIST FOR CROWD AT BOSTON INDOOR
GAMES.
American Stacy Dragila pumps her fist for the crowd prior to vaulting
her way to victory at a height of 4.71 meters (15 feet, 5.5 inches), at
the Boston Indoor Games in Boston, Massachusetts, February 1, 2003.
Dragila is the world record holder in the event at 4.572 meters (15
feet, 9.25 inches). REUTERS/Brian Snyder

BS
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRS3VM
January 26, 2002
Torchbearer Stacy Dragila of the U.S., the world women's pole vault
champion, carries the Olympic Flame...
Pocatello, United States of America
US WOMENS WORLD POLE VAULT CHAMPION DRAGILA RUNS WITH OLYMPIC TORCH.
Torchbearer Stacy Dragila of the U.S., the world women's pole vault
champion, carries the Olympic Flame during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic
Torch Relay in Pocatello, Idaho, January 26, 2002. The torch is due to
arrive in Salt Lake City, Utah, by February 8, in time for the Opening
Ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. REUTERS/Todd Warshaw-Pool

TW/HB
ATHLETICS
RTXKWQZ
November 25, 2001
Stacy Dragila of USA (C), Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L) and Michael Johnson of USA (R) pose prior...
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Stacy Dragila of USA (C), Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L) and Michael Johnson of USA (R) pose prio.....
Stacy Dragila of USA (C), Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L) and Michael Johnson of USA (R) pose prior the world athletics gala in Monte Carlo November 25, 2001. Draguila and El Guerrouj were awarded athletes of the year and Michael Johnson got a "distinguished career award". The winner has been elected by the council of the International Athletics Foundation chosen from a list of 20 athletes, ten men and ten women.
SPORT AWARDS
RTR14WJ6
November 25, 2001
Stacy Dragila of USA (C), Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L) and Michael
Johnson of USA (R) pose prior...
Monaco, France
STACY DRAGILA OF USA, ISCHAM EL GUERROUJ OF MOROCCO AND MICHAEL JOHNSON
OF USA AWARDED IN MONTE CARLO....
Stacy Dragila of USA (C), Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L) and Michael
Johnson of USA (R) pose prior the world athletics gala in Monte Carlo
November 25, 2001. Draguila and El Guerrouj were awarded athletes of
the year and Michael Johnson got a "distinguished career award". The
winner has been elected by the council of the International Athletics
Foundation chosen from a list of 20 athletes, ten men and ten women.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/WS
SPORT AWARDS
RTR14WIT
November 25, 2001
American Stacy Dragila poses with Prince Albert of Monaco as she holds
her trophy for female athlete...
Monaco, France
STACY DRAGILA OF USA AWARDED FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2001 IN MONTE
CARLO.
American Stacy Dragila poses with Prince Albert of Monaco as she holds
her trophy for female athlete of the year 2001 during the world
athletics gala in Monte Carlo November 25, 2001. The winner has been
elected by the council of the International Athletics Foundation chosen
from a list of 20 athletes, ten men and ten women. REUTERS/Eric
Gaillard

EG/WS
SPORT AWARDS
RTR14WIM
November 25, 2001
U.S. Stacy Dragila poses with her trophy as female athlete of the year
2001 during the world athletics...
Monaco, France
STACY DRAGILA OF USA AWARDED FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2001 IN MONTE
CARLO.
U.S. Stacy Dragila poses with her trophy as female athlete of the year
2001 during the world athletics gala in Monte Carlo November 25, 2001.
The winner has been elected by the council of the International
Athletics Foundation chosen from a list of 20 athletes, ten men and ten
women. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/WS
SPORT AWARDS
RTR14WIJ
November 25, 2001
U.S. Stacy Dragila of USA (R) and Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L)
pose with their trophies for male...
Monaco, France
STACY DRAGILA OF USA AND ISCHAM EL GUERROUJ OF MOROCCO AWARDED ATHLETES
OF THE YEAR 2001 IN MONTE CARLO....
U.S. Stacy Dragila of USA (R) and Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco (L)
pose with their trophies for male and female athletes of the year 2001
during the world athletics gala in Monte Carlo November 25, 2001. The
winner has been elected by the council of the International Athletics
Foundation chosen from a list of 20 athletes, ten men and ten women.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/WS
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September 05, 2001
Kellie Suttle from the USA hits the bar during the pole vault
competition at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane...
Brisbane, Australia
KELLIE SUTTLE FROM THE USA POLE VAULTS DURING GOODWILL GAMES IN
BRISBANE.
Kellie Suttle from the USA hits the bar during the pole vault
competition at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane September 5, 2001. Suttle
finished a dissapointing fifth behind compatriate Stacy Dragila who won
with a jump of 4.55 metres, with Svetlana Feofanova from Russia second
and Tatiana Grigorieva from Australia third. REUTERS/David Gray

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SPORT GOODWILL ATHLETICS
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September 05, 2001
Stacy Dragila from the USA goes over the bar during the pole vault
competition at the Goodwill Games...
Brisbane, Australia
STACY DRAGILA FROM THE USA POLE VAULTS DURING GOODWILL GAMES IN
BRISBANE.
Stacy Dragila from the USA goes over the bar during the pole vault
competition at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane September 5, 2001.
Dragila won with a jump of 4.55 metres, with Svetlana Feofanova from
Russia second and Tatiana Grigorieva from Australia thrid.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR14FJX
August 07, 2001
Svetlana Feofanova (L) of Russia holds up her silver medal along with
gold medal winner Stacy Dragila...
Edmonton, Canada
DRAGILA OF UNITED STATES POSES WITH OTHER MEDAL WINNERS FROM WOMENS
POLE VAULT.
Svetlana Feofanova (L) of Russia holds up her silver medal along with
gold medal winner Stacy Dragila of the United States and bronze medal
winner Monika Pyrek (R) of Poland during a medal ceremony at the 8th
IAAF World Championships in Athletics, in Edmonton August 7, 2001.
Dragila won with a vault of of 4.75 meters in the August 6 event.

JJL/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR14FFW
August 06, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. (R) hugs Svetlana Feofanova of Russia after
the women's pole vault final at...
Edmonton, Canada
DRAGILA HUGS FEOFANOVA AFTER WOMENS POLE VAULT FINAL.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. (R) hugs Svetlana Feofanova of Russia after
the women's pole vault final at the World Championships in Athletics,
in Edmonton August 6, 2001. Dragila won with a vault of 4.75 meters and
Feofanova finished second.

MMR/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR14FFJ
August 06, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the United States celebrates clearing 4.70 meters in
the pole vault at the World Championships...
Edmonton, Canada
STACY DRAGILA CELEBRATES WIN IN POLE VAULT AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila of the United States celebrates clearing 4.70 meters in
the pole vault at the World Championships in Athletics in Edmonton,
August 6, 2001. Dragila won gold with a best jump of 4.75 meters.

PJ/JJL/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR14FFH
August 06, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the United States celebrates her gold medal win in the
pole vault event at the World...
Edmonton, Canada
STACY DRAGILA CELEBRATES WIN IN POLE VAULT AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Stacy Dragila of the United States celebrates her gold medal win in the
pole vault event at the World Championships in Athletics, in Edmonton
August 6, 2001. Dragila won gold with a best jump of 4.75 meters.

PJ/JJL/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR14FEK
August 06, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the United States fails to clear the bar at 4.55
meters during the women's final round...
Edmonton, Canada
DRAGILA OF THE UNITED STATES FAILS TO CLEAR BAR DURING FINAL ROUND.
Stacy Dragila of the United States fails to clear the bar at 4.55
meters during the women's final round of the pole vault event at the
8th IAAF World Championships in Athletics, in Edmonton August 6, 2001.
The miss was erased after it was discovered that the bar was too far
back from the take-off point.

JJL/PJ/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
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August 04, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the USA clears the bar as she competes in the women's
qualifying pole vault event at...
Edmonton, Canada
STACY DRAGILA OF USA CLEARS THE BAR DURING WOMENS QUALIFYING POLE
VAULT.
Stacy Dragila of the USA clears the bar as she competes in the women's
qualifying pole vault event at the 8th IAAF World Championships in
Athletics, in Edmonton August 4, 2001. Dragila qualified after clearing
a height of 4.35 meters.

JJL/HB
SPORT ATHLETICS
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June 29, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. clears the bar at 4.72 metres during the Women's pole vault at The Golden Gala...
Rome, Italy
DRAGILA CLEARS THE BAR IN THE WOMENS POLE VAULT IN ROME.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. clears the bar at 4.72 metres during the Women's pole vault at The Golden Gala International Athletics meeting in Rome's Olympic Stadium June 29, 2001. Dragila won with this jump.

DJM
ITALY
RTR148WK
June 29, 2001
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. celebrates after she clears the bar at 4.72metres during the Women's pole vault...
Rome, Italy
DRAGILA CELEBRATES AS SHE CLEARS THE BAR IN THE WOMENS POLE VAULT.
Stacy Dragila of the U.S. celebrates after she clears the bar at 4.72metres during the Women's pole vault at The Golden Gala International Athletics meeting in Rome's Olympic Stadium June 29, 2001. Dragila won with her 4.72metre jump.

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