|Birth Day:||March 25, 1971|
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She was born in Auburn, California and first medaled at the USA Outdoor Championships in 1995.
After graduating, Nielsen gave her a job as assistant coach, which she supplemented by working as a waitress. Her improvement continued, clearing 13 feet in January 1996. By June she was up to 13' 9". The Olympic Trials held the women's pole vault as a demonstration event, which Stacy won by a foot. But there was no Olympics for her that year.
She made the 2009 World Championships in Athletics her final major championship and she finished with a jump of 4.25 m, not progressing to the pole vault final. Dragila was one of the foremost athletes in the early years of women's pole vaulting, winning the gold medal at the first three major pole vaulting championships. Her best vault of 4.83 m set in 2004 was significantly higher than other female vaulters of her generation.
While she jumped 4.70m at age 37, her 4.55m at age 38 in 2009 is the ratified W35 Masters World Record.
Dragila married American discus thrower Ian Waltz and welcomed daughter Allyx (an alternative spelling of the standard 'Alex') Josephine Waltz on June 21, 2010.
In 2014, she was elected into the National Track and Field Hall of Fame. Dragila Way, on the campus of Idaho State University is named in her honor.
Stacy has a daughter named Allyx with discus thrower Ian Waltz.
Currently, Stacy Dragila is 51 years, 10 months and 5 days old. Stacy Dragila will celebrate 52nd birthday on a Saturday 25th of March 2023. Below we countdown to Stacy Dragila upcoming birthday.