Monique de Wilt

Monique de Wilt (born 31 March 1976 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch) is a former Dutch athlete, specializing in the pole vault.[1] She is a 14-time national champion in that event. She won the silver medal at the 1999 Summer Universiade.
Her outdoor personal best is 4.40 meters, achieved in 2002, while her indoor best is 4.45 meters from 2003. In 2015 both Dutch national records were broken by Femke Pluim.
Competition record[edit]

Year
Competition
Venue
Position
Notes

Representing  Netherlands

1997
European U23 Championships
Turku, Finland
3rd
3.80 m

Universiade
Catania, Italy
2nd
3.90 m

1998
European Indoor Championships
Valencia, Spain

NM

European Championships
Budapest, Hungary
4th
4.15 m (NR)

1999
World Indoor Championships
Maebashi, Japan
17th
4.05 m

Universiade
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
2nd
4.20 m

2000
European Indoor Championships
Ghent, Belgium
11th (q)
4.00 m

2001
World Championships
Edmonton, Canada
15th (q)
4.25 m

2002
European Indoor Championships
Vienna, Austria
20th (q)
4.00 m

European Championships
Munich, Germany
6th
4.40 m

2003
World Indoor Championships
Birmingham, United Kingdom

NM

References[edit]

^ Monique de Wilt profile at IAAF

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