Kristina Knott Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Height, Net Worth, Fast Facts

Kristina Knott Wiki, Biography

Kristina Marie Knott (born September 25, 1995) is a Filipino American track and field athlete. She is the holder of the Philippine national record for the women’s 200 meters.

Kristina Knott was born on September 25, 1995, in Orlando, Florida in the United States. She was born to Harold Knott and Rizalina Lamb, the former being a United States citizen while the latter is an ethnic Filipino from Imus, Cavite. For her collegiate studies, Knott attended Arkansas State University for her freshman and sophomore year, before moving to the University of Miami. also graduated from Colonial High School.

Kristina Knott Wiki/Bio
Real Full Birth NameKristina Marie Knott.
NicknameKristina Knott.
Famous forSports.
Age (How old, as of 2019)24 years.
Date of BirthSeptember, 25, 1995.
BirthplaceOrlando, Florida.
Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian)Straight.
Zodiac Birth SignN/A.
Social Media Account StatsFacebook: Knott.
Current ResidenceFlorida.
Physical Statistics
Height (How Tall)Feet & Inches: 5′ 6″.
Centimeters: 167 cm.
Meters: 1.67 m.
WeightKilograms: 58 Kg.
Pounds: 127 lbs.
Eye ColorBlack.
Hair ColorBlack.
ParentsFather: Harold Knott.
Mother: Rizalina Lamb.
SiblingsSister: (Name Not Known).
Brothers: Three brothers (Name Not Known).
Personal Life Relationship
Marital StatusUnmarried.
BoyfriendName Not Known.
Highest QualificationHigh School Graduate.
SchoolMiddle School, Florida.
Hobbies & Favorite Things
Favorite PlayerEric Cray
ColorBlue & Green.
Net worth$2 Million US Dollars.
Income, Salary & Income$450K.

Knott became part of the national athletics team of the Philippines after she established contact with the officials of the country’s national athletics federation through her connection with fellow Filipino-American athletes. She volunteered herself to compete for the Philippines as part of her efforts to connect with her Filipino heritage. She made her international debut for the Philippines at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta where she was the only Southeast Asian who qualified for the final of the 200 meters event. She finished sixth by recording a time of 23.51 seconds.

Knott represented the Philippines at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. At the heats of the 200-meter event she set a new Philippine national record set by finishing the race at 23.07 seconds. She surpassed Zion Corrales Nelson’s 23.16 seconds finish in Sacramento set on the same year. This also broke the Southeast Asian Games record set by Supavadee Khawpeag in 2001 who clocked 23.30 seconds. Knott surpassed her own record by finishing at 23.01 seconds in the final which secured her the women’s 200 meters event gold medal. However the finish was still behind the Olympic qualifying time of 22.8 seconds. Knott also won a gold medal in the 4×100-meter mixed relay event and two silver medals in the women’s 100-meter sprint and 4×100-meter relay.

She was to compete at the 2020 Asian Indoor Athletics Championships which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Knott broke the 33-year Philippine national record for the women’s 100 meter dash set by Lydia de Vega at the 1987 Southeast Asian Games by clocking 11.27 seconds. Knott surpassed de Vega’s record by .01 seconds during the 2020 Drake Blue Oval Showcase in Des Moines, Iowa.

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