Cate Natalie Campbell Net worth
Cate Natalie Campbell is a multi-millionaire with a net worth of $1.8 million. The four-time Olympic champion from Australia has competed in four Olympics and earned medals for his country.
|Name||Cate Natalie Campbell|
|Date of Birth||20 May 1992|
|Age||29 years (2021)|
|Net worth||$1.8 million|
|Siblings||Bronte, Jessica, Hamish, and Abigail are her four younger siblings (three sisters and one brother)|
|Profession||Olympic Medallist, Swimmer|
|Nationality||Australian, Malawian (by birth)|
Cate Natalie Campbell Biography
Cate Natalie Campbell, OAM (born 20 May 1992) is an Australian competitive swimmer and world record holder who won two bronze medals in the 2008 Summer Olympics, a gold medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics, and gold and silver medals in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
With Team Australia, she holds world records in both the long course 4 x 100 m freestyle relay and the short course 100 m freestyle. Campbell competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics with Australia’s women’s 4 100 m freestyle team, which won gold.
Cate Natalie Campbell Background
Cate Natalie Campbell was born in Malawi on May 20, 1992. With her parents, she relocated to Australia later in life. As of 2021, she is 29 years old. Cate is the first of five children born to South Africans Eric, an accountant, and Jenny, a nurse.
Her four younger siblings are Bronte, Jessica, Hamish, and Abigail (three sisters and one brother).
Cate Natalie Campbell Career
Campbell began competitive swimming soon after the Campbell family moved to Australia from Malawi in 2001. Her senior high school education was at Kenmore State High School in Brisbane, Queensland. Her sister, Bronte, is an Olympic swimmer who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in the same event.
Cate Natalie Campbell Net wort
She won gold medals in the 50 meter individual freestyle and the 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney in 2007. With a time of 24.48 seconds, she won the Japan Open 50 meter freestyle in 2008, defeating compatriot Libby Trickett and setting new Australian and Commonwealth records in the process.
Campbell was a member of the Australian team that won gold in the 4 × 100 meter freestyle relay at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Campbell became the third Australian swimmer to qualify for the 4th Olympics, Tokyo 2020, following Leisel Jones and Emily Seebohm. She was the first female Australian swimmer to be nominated as one of Australia’s flagbearers for the Opening Ceremony on July 7, 2021, alongside basketball player Patty Mills.
Cate Natalie Campbell Health
Campbell said in November 2018 that she had been diagnosed with a stage one melanoma that had developed in a mole she has had her whole life and that it had to be removed. “All it takes is an hour out of your day once or twice a year,” she stated, pushing her supporters to seek regular skin exams. She was recently recognized for her efforts to raise awareness about skin cancer.
Cate Natalie Campbell Husband
She is not married and has never been in a known relationship.
Cate Natalie Campbell Net worth