Allison Stokke is an American track and field athlete and fitness model. She broke a number of American records for high school pole vaulting and later continued, attending the University of California, Berkeley, and competing for their California Golden Bears collegiate track team.
Allison Stokke competed at two NCAA Division I Championships, achieving All-American honors at the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships, and earned regional level all-academic honors through her combined athletic and academic performances. Allison Stokke attempted to make the American Olympic team at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials but failed to record a height. She continued vaulting at national level meetings up to 2017.
After finishing her degree, Allison Stokke continued to pole vault, although she did not rank highly among American athletes. However, she did not perform well at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials.
Allison Stokke became a sportswear model, appearing in campaigns for Nike and Athleta in 2015, and Uniqlo in 2016. She also began to work with GoPro, delivering a series of videos of her vaulting heights with the camera attached to her pole to demonstrate the inner working of the sport and advertise the action camera equipment. By 2016, these videos have received in excess of six million views on YouTube.
Despite not placing highly on the national rankings, Allison Stokke continued to compete regularly in national level meetings. Her 2016 best was eighth at the Chula Vista OTC High Performance Meet with a height of 4.15 m and she improved the following year to 4.27 m for third at the 2017 Austin Longhorn Invitational.