Hannah Cockroft : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Husband, Disability and Education

Hannah Cockroft is a British wheelchair racer specialising in sprint distances in the T34 classification know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Husband, Disabelity and Education

Hannah Cockroft : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Husband, Disability and Education
Hannah Cockroft
  Bio
Name Hannah Cockroft
Birthdate ( Age) 30 july 1992
Place of Birth Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Nationality British
Marital Status  Not Married
Spouse/Partner Not Known
Children Not Known
Parents Rachel Cockroft and Graham Cockroft.
Education Coventry University to study journalism and media in 2013
Profession British wheelchair racer
Net Worth $1million
Last Update August 2021

Hannah Lucy Cockroft MBE, DL is a British wheelchair racer specialising in sprint distances in the T34 classification.She holds the world records for the 100 metres, 200 metres, 400 metres, 800 metres and 1500 metres in her classification and the Paralympic records at 100 metres, 200 metres, 400 metres and 800 metres.

 Competing for Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics, she won two gold medals. She won three further gold medals at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Early Life and Family

Cockroft was born on 30 July 1992 in Halifax, West Yorkshire. She suffered two cardiac arrests after birth which left her with permanent damage in numerous areas of her brain, resulting in weak hips, deformed feet and legs and mobility problems and affecting the fine motor skills in her hands.Her disability means she uses a wheelchair for long distances but she does have an ability to walk short distances.

Hannah Cockroft Disability

Hannah Cockroft’s disability is caused because of two cardiac arrests after birth, and therefore the incident left her with permanent damage in multiple areas of the brain. This resulted in deformed feet, legs, weak hips, affected fine motor skills in her hands, and problems in mobility. Cockroft can walk short distances but requires a wheelchair for long-distance mobility. Her lobe within the brain was damaged severely. She features a nearly normal upper body strength but moderate to serious disability in her legs, as per Evening Standard.

Hannah Cockroft Husband / Partner

Hannah Cockroft is quite single and there is no any information is available on social media about her marital and relationship status on social media.

Hannah Cockroft Net Worth 

British wheelchair racer specialising in sprint distances in the T34 classification who has na estimated Net Worth arround $1 Million in 2021.

Hannah Cockroft Career

As a results of a silver performance within the seated discus at the united kingdom School Games, she attended a British Paralympic Association talent day at Loughborough University in October 2007.Here, she was given her first opportunity to undertake an elite racing wheelchair by Dr Ian Thompson, husband of former wheelchair racer Tanni Grey-Thompson.

By 2010, Cockroft was being coached by Peter Eriksson, head Paralympic coach at UK Athletics.She again competed within the London Mini marathon, retaining her title because the female champion and at the Knowsley disability athletics challenge in May, she broke her first record within the T34 400 metres, recording a time of 65.51 seconds. Later that month, Cockroft sat her A-level exams, became prom Queen and broke seven more world records, beat the space of eight days. At the Aviva and UK Athletics Awards in December, Hannah received the simplest British Paralympic Performance award for 2010.

In May 2012, Hannah became the primary Paralympic athlete to interrupt a record within the London Olympic Stadium, recording a time of 18.56 seconds to win the T34 100 metres. She broke the record again at Swiss National Championships later that month, finishing in 17.60 seconds.

In March, Cockroft competed in and won a Sport Relief edition of Strictly Come Dancing, dancing with Pasha Kovalev.On 1 June, Cockroft recorded a replacement world-record time of three .53.57 over 1500 metres during the Bedford International Games.

At the 2016 Rio Summer Paralympic Games, Cockroft won three gold medals, retaining her title within the Women's 100 metres T34 Final,and winning the Women's 400 metres T34 Final, recording a replacement world-record time of 58.78 seconds, and therefore the Women's 800 metres T34 Final.She broke the Games record altogether three events. Upon her return home, she was appointed Deputy Lieutenant of West Yorkshire .

In 2018 saw Cockroft's first defeat on the international stage. After topping stage for seven years, the 26-year-old won silver within the T34 100 metres at the planet Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin. She then went on to regain her European Champion title over the 800 metres, after missing the event in 2016. 2018 also saw Cockroft combat a presenting role on popular British TV programme, BBC Countryfile.

In June 2021, Cockroft was among the primary dozen athletes chosen to represent the united kingdom at the postponed 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.At the top of June, she was in Manchester for British Athletic Championships where she was first during a mixed classification 400m wheelchair race ahead of Sammi Kinghorn and Mel Woods.She successfully retained her women's 100m T34 Paralympic title after winning gold at the Tokyo Paralympics with a replacement record timing of 16.39 seconds.It was also her third consecutive Paralympic trophy in women's 100m event and her sixth Paralympic medel .