Who is Konstanze Klosterhalfen? Konstanze Klosterhalfen is one of the world’s richest athletes. She was born on February 18, 1997, in Bonn, Germany.
In this article, we will discover how old is Konstanze Klosterhalfen? Who is Konstanze Klosterhalfen dating now & Konstanze Klosterhalfen Net Worth 2021.
How old is Konstanze Klosterhalfen?
The German athlete was born on 18th February 1997 making her 24 years old now.
Konstanze Klosterhalfen Net Worth 2021
According to research 24 years athlete Konstanze Klosterhalfen’s net worth 2021 is $1.5 Million. This makes her the youngest and richest athlete so far in the world.
Konstanze Klosterhalfen Height
Konstanze Klosterhalfen’s height 174 cm weight Unknown & body measurements will update soon.
Who is Konstanze Klosterhalfen dating?
As to who Konstanze Klosterhalfen is dating, the answer is she is single & has not been in any relationship before. As of August 2021, Konstanze Klosterhalfen’s dating status is single.
On 27 February, Klosterhalfen set a European record in the indoor 5000m event. The former area record was 14:47.35 set by Gabriela Szabo (Romania) in 1999. Klosterhalfen won the competition at the Boston University Last Chance Invitational meet in 14:30.79 which placed her 4th in the all-time ranking.
The world record in this event was set by Genzebe Dibaba with 14:18.86 in Stockholm (Sweden) on 19 February 2015. Klosterhalfen’s winning time marks a 45 seconds improvement on her previous personal best 15:15.80 set in 2019 in Boston.
Her final 200m split was recorded with 31.6 seconds, Vanessa Fraser from the U.S. became the runner-up with 14:48.51 (new personal best), her compatriot Emily Infeld ran to third place in 14:51.91 (new personal best).
Fraser ran the second-fastest NACAC time. In comparison to Fraser’s performance, the NACAC area record is held by Shalane Flanagan (USA) with 14:47.62 set in Boston in 2009.
Klosterhalfen’s first major senior medal came at the 2017 European Athletics Indoor Championships on 4 March, when she came second to Laura Muir to claim silver in the 1500m.
In 2017, Klosterhalfen became the youngest female runner to cover the 800m in less than 2 minutes, the 1500m in less than 4 minutes, and the 5000m in less than 15 minutes.
She is the current German national record holder for 1500 meters (indoor), one mile (in- and outdoor), 3000 meters (in- and outdoor), and 5000 meters (in- and outdoor).