Kristina Knott (born 25 September 1995) is a Professional Phillippines Runner and athletic player. She plays for Phillippines in Olympics SEA games. She is only 24 years old and won so many medals for her country.
Recently on 7 December 2019 SEA games, she makes a record of completing 200 m race in 23.01 second and won a gold medal. She becomes famous in her country because she breaks the record set by the popular athlete Lydia de Vega in 1986 of 200 m race in 23.35 seconds.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings & Childhood
Kristina Knott was born to her parents on 25 Sep 1995 in Orlando, Florida. Her father’s name is Harold Knott and mother’s name is Rizalina Lamb. She has five siblings in her family including her. She has one younger sister and three brothers.
She completes her education from the middle school of Florida. She also takes part in the games when she was in school. Knott doesn’t think that she became an athlete. She starts doing running in school because she wants to take part in basketball.
After completes the school days she takes admission to the college, where she decided to become an athlete. She did her graduation and starts practicing for increasing the running speed.
Physique Measurements, Appearance & More
The Philippines star athlete, Kristina Knott stands tall at a height of 5 ft 6 in and gains a weight of pounds 127 lbs.
She has black colored curly hair and black eyes. There are a proper strict diet plan and regular practice for making her a professional athlete.
Personal Life, Boyfriend & Spouse
The 24-year-old girl is focusing on her career to make a world record in an athlete in Olympics games to make feel proud of her country.
According to my research, there are no affairs of Kristine right now; even she said in an interview that she has no extra time for things like relationship, affairs, etc.
When she first performed in Philippine Athletic Championships, she is very excited about the race. She has full of confidence when she was in the stadium.
Some Lesser Known Facts about Kristina Knott
|Real Full Birth Name||Kristina Marie Knott.|
|Age (How old, as of 2019)||24 years.|
|Date of Birth||September, 25, 1995.|
|Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian)||Straight.|
|Zodiac Birth Sign||N/A.|
|Social Media Account Stats||Facebook: facebook.com/Kristine Knott.|
|Height (How Tall)||Feet & Inches: 5' 6".
Centimeters: 167 cm.
Meters: 1.67 m.
|Weight||Kilograms: 58 Kg.
Pounds: 127 lbs.
|Parents||Father: Harold Knott.
Mother: Rizalina Lamb.
|Siblings||Sister: (Name Not Known).
Brothers: Three brothers (Name Not Known).
|Personal Life Relationship|
|Boyfriend||Name Not Known.|
|Highest Qualification||High School Graduate.|
|School||Middle School, Florida.|
|Hobbies & Favorite Things|
|Favorite Player||Eric Cray|
|Color||Blue & Green.|
|Net worth||$2 Million US Dollars.|
|Income, Salary & Income||$450K.|
Races, Olympic & Career
When Knott was in college she was a fan of a professional athlete Eric Cray. She wants to do something for her country, so she chooses athletic and starts her career in this field.
She starts her career in 2017 indoor games where she wins the women’s 60 m race in only 7.39 seconds. After that, she obtained the Victoria at a mark of 5.94 m in the long jump. Then she plays so many indoor games and earned medals for her country. She also won the bronze medal in a 60 m race complete in 7.34 seconds.
In 2017, Kristina Knott also played outdoors in women’s college and she placed 12th in 100m race with a time of 11.47 seconds only at Florida Relays. Kristine won the 100m women’s race in 11.57 seconds and become a member of the 4x100m relay team.
After that in 2018 indoor games, she finished UAB Blazer Invitational in 60 m race with a time of 7.41 seconds. Then she plays 2018 outdoor games in which she finished 400 m race in 43.76 seconds and completes 100 m race in 11.51 seconds at Hurricane Alumni Meet. After that, she won so many medals and prizes in different alumni meet and games.
Recently in 2019, she breaks the record of Lydia de Vega. She completes the 200 m race in 23.07 seconds and earned the gold for her country. She also broke the record 23.30 sec set by Thai Supavadee Khawpeag in 2001.
- She got inspired by Eric Cray.
- Harold’s daughter starts running in school for making a shape for playing basketball.
- She is not always active on social media.
- Kristine has no boyfriend.
- Kristina Knott has a chance to beat the record of 22.80 or faster in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
- Knott has a sprints position in the athlete.
- She was in colonial school in childhood.