Anna Grimaldi : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Disability, Husband, Children and wiki Bio
Anna Grimaldi MNZM is a New Zealand para-athlete, primarily competing in the long jump and sprint know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Disability, Husband, Children and wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||12 February 1997|
|Place of Birth||New Zealand|
|Marital Status||Not Married yet|
|Parents||Tony and Di Grimaldi|
|Net Worth||$1 Million - $2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Anna Grimaldi MNZM is a New Zealand para-athlete, primarily competing in the long jump and sprint events. She has won two gold medals at Paralympics in the women's long jump: at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, and at the 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo.
Grimaldi won the gold medal in the women's long jump T47 with a distance of 5.76 m, setting a new Paralympic Games record.
Early Life and Family
Grimaldi was born in Dunedin to Tony and Di Grimaldi, and has one sister, Abby. She attended Bayfield High School in Dunedin; she played netball and basketball for the school and in her final year was a sports prefect.Grimaldi studied quantity surveying at Otago Polytechnic.
Anna Grimaldi Disability
She was born with a withered right forearm and no functional right hand.She began experiencing problems with her left foot in January 2017, and as a result of the injury had to pull out of the 100m and 200m at the 2017 World Championships in London, England. She was diagnosed with a stress fracture following the tournament, and was unable to compete until December 2018.
Anna Grimaldi Husband
Anna Grimaldi is not Married yet and ther is no any information about her relationship and dating status on social media.
Anna Grimaldi Net Worth
Anna Grimaldi MNZM is a New Zealand para-athlete, primarily competing in the long jump and sprint events eho has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.
Grimaldi started para-athletics after attending a Paralympic talent identification event in October 2013. She initially was reluctant to attend, having had no formal athletics training and fearing she would be "shocking". She is classified T47 for track events and long jump, and F46 for field events.
She won her first international competition medal, the bronze in the women's long jump T47, at the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha, Qatar. She set a personal best of 5.41 m, while her second-best 5.38 m secured her the bronze medal over Russian Alexandra Moguchaya on countback.Grimaldi also placed fifth in the women's 200 metres T47 final.
Her long jump distance at the 2015 World Championships ranked her in the top five in the long jump T47 during the Paralympics qualifying period, earning her a slot at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. She was officially confirmed to represent New Zealand at the Paralympics on 23 May 2016.
At the Paralympics, she won the gold medal in the women's long jump T47 with a distance of 5.62 m, breaking her personal best by 21 cm.She also placed fourth in the women's 100 metres T47 final, and competed in the 200 metres T47 where she was disqualified in the heat for a lane infringement.
At the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships, Grimaldi ran the 200 m heats before pulling out of the 200 m final and 100 m due to a recurring foot injury in order to concentrate on the long jump. She placed fourth in the long jump, missing the medals by one centimetre.
Returning to New Zealand after the 2017 championships, Grimaldi's foot injury was discovered to be a stress fracture in her left navicular bone. She subsequently missed the entire 2018 season.At the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships, Grimaldi placed second with a distance of 5.50 m, two centimetres behind Kiara Rodriguez of Ecuador.
Grimaldi competedin the long jump at the 2021 Otago Athletics Championships and set a personal best of 5.91 m, ten centimetres off the T47 world record and placing her second in the overall annual national rankings.At the delayed 2020 Summer Paralympics, Grimaldi won the gold medal in the women's long jump T47 with a distance of 5.76 m, setting a new Paralympic Games record.