Daniela Bártová

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Daniela Bártová-Břečková (Czech pronunciation: [ˈdanɪjɛla ˈbaːrtovaː ˈbr̝ɛtʃkovaː]) (born 6 May 1974) is a retired Czech athlete. She was born in Ostrava. Originally a gymnast, her coach persuaded her to be a pole vaulter. She set nine world records in the mid-1990s, but she lost it on 4 November 1995 to Sun Caiyun and was unable to recapture it. Her personal best is 4.51 m (Bratislava, Slovakia, 9 June 1998).

Despite her success she only won one international medal, a silver medal at the 1998 European Indoor Championships.

Bártová is married to flatwater canoer Jan Břečka.

World records[edit]

  • 4.12 m - Duisburg, Germany, 18 June 1995
  • 4.13 m - Wesel, Germany, 24 June 1995
  • 4.14 m - Gateshead, England, 2 July 1995
  • 4.15 m - Ostrava, Czech Republic, 6 July 1995
  • 4.16 m - Feldkirch, Austria, 14 July 1995
  • 4.17 m - Feldkirch, Austria, 15 July 1995
  • 4.20 m - Cologne, Germany, 18 August 1995
  • 4.21 m - Linz, Austria, 22 August 1995
  • 4.22 m - Salgotarjan, Hungary, 11 September 1995

External links[edit]

Records
Preceded by
China Sun Caiyun
Women's pole vault world record holder
18 June 1995 – 5 August 1995
Succeeded by
Germany Andrea Müller
Preceded by
Germany Andrea Müller
Women's pole vault world record holder
18 August 1995 – 4 November 1995
Succeeded by
China Sun Caiyun