Natalie Coughlin Net Worth
Natalie Coughlin's Net Worth is 2 Million
In 2001, she began her worldwide profession at the World Aquatics Championship in Japan winning three decorations. She won a gold award in the 100-meter backstroke, a silver decoration in ladies’ 4×100-meter mixture transfer and a bronze decoration in the 50-meter backstroke.
In 2002, she contended in the ninth Pan-Pacific Championship in Japan and added a dash of awards to her count. She won six decorations—including four gold awards and two silver awards. She won gold decorations in ladies’ 100-meter backstroke, ladies’ 100-meter butterfly, ladies’ 100-meter free-form and ladies’ 4×200-meter free-form hand-off.
In 2003, she won a gold and a silver award at the tenth World Aquatics Championship in Barcelona, Spain.
In 2004, she partook in the Athens Summer Olympics Games and won her nation two gold awards, two silver decorations, and a bronze decoration. She broke the world record and won gold as an individual from the 4X200-meter free-form hand-off. She additionally won a gold award in ladies’ 100-meter backstroke occasion.
In 2007, she won five decorations at the World Aquatics Championships in Melbourne, Australia. It included two gold awards, two silver decorations, and a bronze decoration. She additionally set another world record in the 4×200-meter free-form hand-off alongside Katie Hoff, Dana Vollmer, and Lacey Nymeyer with the last time of 7:50:09.
The 2008 Summer Olympic Games held in Beijing saw her triumphant a sum of six awards—one gold decoration, two silver awards and three bronze decorations. She won the gold decoration in the 100-meter backstroke, holding her initial position from the Summer Olympic Games of 2004.
In 2010, she took part in Pan Pacific Championships held in California, U.S.A and won three gold awards and a bronze decoration. She won gold awards in 100-meter free-form, 4×100-meter free-form hand-off, and 4×100-meter mixture hand-off.
In 2011, she won three awards—one gold, one silver and a bronze in the World Aquatics Championship in Shanghai, China.
In 2012 London Summer Olympic Games, she ended up rivaling youthful swimmers and earned a bronze award in 4×100 meter free-form transfer.
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Natalie Coughlin Biography
Natalie Anne Coughlin Hall conceived August 23, 1982, in Vallejo, California, U.S. She is an American rivalry swimmer and twelve-time Olympic medalist. While going to the University of California, Berkeley, she turned into the main lady ever to swim the 100-meter backstroke (long course) in under one moment—ten days before her twentieth birthday celebration in 2002. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, she turned into the primary U.S. female competitor in present-day Olympic history to win six awards in a single Olympiad, and the primary lady ever to win a 100-meter backstroke gold in two successive Olympics. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she earned a bronze decoration in the 4×100-meter free-form hand-off. Her aggregate of twelve Olympic decorations ties her with Jenny Thompson and Dara Torres for the most unsurpassed awards by a female swimmer.
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