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article imageReview: Katie Nageotte's triumphant pole vault journey in 2018 Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 19, 2018 in Sports
American pole vaulter Katie Nageotte set multiple personal bests in 2018 in the women's pole vault. Digital Journal highlights her exceptional year in the sport.
On February 18, 2018, in the indoor track and field, she was named national indoor champion, where she cleared 4.91 meters in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
On June 24, Nageotte claimed the silver medal at the USA Track and Field Championships, behind Sandi Morris.
Katie Nageotte
Katie Nageotte
Photo Courtesy of Daniel Mitchell
This summer, in the outdoor track and field, Nageotte was able to set two personal records. On July 20, she cleared 4.75 meters at the IAAF Diamond League in Monaco, and 4.80 meters on August 26 in Beckum, Germany, at the 20th jubilee of the women's pole vault competition.
Overall, this summer, Katie Nageotte improved her own personal best by seven centimeters from last year (4.73 meters). Hopefully, there will be many more achievements in the women's pole vault to come in the following year for Nageotte. She has certainly established herself as a true force to be reckoned with.
Read More: Katie Nageotte chatted with Digital Journal about her athletic career.
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