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Not to be confused with Annika Beck.
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Annika Becker (born 12 November 1981) is a retired German pole vaulter.
|1997||European Junior Championships||Ljubljana, Slovenia||1st||Pole vault||4.00|
|1999||European Junior Championships||Riga, Latvia||2nd||Pole vault||4.20|
|2000||World Junior Championships||Santiago, Chile||2nd||Pole vault||4.10 m|
|2001||European U23 Championships||Amsterdam, Netherlands||2nd||Pole vault||4.40 m|
|2002||European Indoors||Vienna, Austria||4th||Pole vault||4.55|
|European Championships||Munich, Germany||5th||Pole vault||4.50|
|World Cup||Madrid, Spain||1st||Pole vault||4.55|
|2003||World Indoors||Birmingham, England||5th||Pole vault||4.45|
|World Championships||Paris, France||2nd||Pole vault||4.70, SB|
|World Athletics Final||Monte Carlo, Monaco||6th||Pole vault||4.40|
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