Isis Holt : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Education, Boyfriend and Disability

Isis Holt is an Australian Paralympic athlete competing in T35 sprint events know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend, Education and Disability

Isis Holt : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Education, Boyfriend and Disability
Isis Holt
  Bio
Name Isis Holt
Birthdate ( Age) 3 July 2001
Place of Birth Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Not Married yet 
Spouse/Partner Not KNown 
Children Not Yet 
Parents Not Knone 
Education Melbourne Girls GrammarBrunswick Secondary College
Profession Australian Paralympic athlete
Net Worth
Last Update August 2021

Isis Holt is an Australian Paralympic athlete competing in T35 sprint events. She is affected by the condition cerebral palsy. Holt won gold medals in the 100 m and 200 m at the 2015 and 2017 World Para Athletics Championships.

At the 2016 Rio Paralympics, she won two silver medals and a bronze medal.She has been selected for the 2020 Summer Paralympics, her second games.

Early Life and Family

Holt was born on 3 July 2001 with cerebral palsy, which affects both sides of her body.She attended at Brunswick Secondary College. She previously attended Melbourne Girls Grammar.

Isis Holt Disabelity

She is affected by the condition cerebral palsy.

Isis Holt Boyfriend

Isis Holt is not Married yet.There is no any information about her relationship status on her social media. She is focussing on her career now.

Isis Holt Net Worth

Isis Holt is an Australian Paralympic athlete competing in T35 sprint eventswho has an estimated Net Worth of arround $2 million in 2021. 

Professional Career

Holt took up athletics in 2014.At the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha in her first major overseas competition, she won gold medals in world record time in two events: Women's 100m T35 (13.63 (w: +2.0) world record) and the Women's 200m T35 (28.57 (w: +1.5 world record).At the IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Canberra on 7 February 2016, she smashed her 200m T35 world record by running 28.38 (w: +0.2).

At the 2016 Australian Athletics Championships in Sydney, she broke world records in winning the 100m and 200m Ambulant events.At the 2016 Rio Paralympics, she won silver medals in the Women's 100 m T35 and Women's 200 m T25 and a bronze medal in the Women's 4 × 100 m Relay T35-38.

At the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London she won gold medals in the Women's 100 m T35 and Women's 200 m T35.In winning the 100 m she broke the world record with a time of 13.43. This time broke the world record she previously held by 0.14 seconds[10] By winning the 100 m and 200 m Holt defended titles won at the 2015 World Championships.Two weeks prior to leaving for the World Championships she was hospitalised with tonsillitis.

After the Rio Paralympics, Holt moved to Queensland to be coached by Paul Pearce.At the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast, Queensland, she won the gold medal in the Women's 100m T35.At the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, Holt won the silver medal in the Women's 100 m T35 in a personal best time of 13.13.