Linden Hall ( Athlete ) is an Australian track and field middle-distance runner know all about Linden Hall Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Husband, Children
|Birthdate ( Age)||20 June 1991|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Profession||Australian track and field middle-distance runner|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
Linden Hall is an Australian track and field middle-distance runner. She specialises in the 1500 metres and is the Australian national record holder for this event. She set her personal best time of 3:59.67 at the 2021 Box Hill Classic in Melbourne, Victoria, where she placed 1st.
Hall represented Australia in the 1500 metres at the 2016 Summer Olympics.She came 4th in her heat to qualify for the semifinal. In the semifinal she finished in 8th and did not advance to the final.
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As a teenager, Linden Hall was not an outstanding athlete, but through her journey of years of commitment and training, she has developed into the fastest 1500m athlete in Australian history. Hall started running while in primary school in Victoria, placing 11th in her first national championships – in cross country, while in Grade six. She was playing netball and swimming, but would eventually give away those sports as she joined Athletics Essendon club and commenced regular athletics training with a coach.
After high school she headed to college in America and from 2011 to 2015, studied Dietetics at Florida State University. During her college athletics career, Hall made strong progress running in three National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) 1500m finals and winning bronze in 2014.
Linden Hall Husband
Linden Hall is not married yet. Like most celebrities, She tries to keep his personal and love life private so there is not much information available about his relationship status and personal life.She is focussing her career yet.
Linden Hall Net Worth
Linden Hall is an Australian track and field middle-distance runner who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million in 2022.
Linden Hall Professional Career
The improvement continued in May 2016 where she ran 4:04.47 in Stanford and four weeks later,4:01.78. She was then, the third-fastest in Australian history and in sight of the national record held by one of her former coaches, Sarah Jamieson.In 2016 Hall competed at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games where she made the semi-finals.
At the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Hall placed fourth in the 1500m, missing a medal by just 0.23 seconds and in May and July, claimed the national records in the 1500m (4:00.86 in Prefontaine) and mile (4:21.40 in London).She didn’t run domestically in 2019 with a number of injuries – two torn calf muscles and tendons, a torn quad muscle and tendonitis in the knee and quads.Hall returned to competition in mid-2019 and made a late qualification for the 2019 Doha World Championships, where on limited training, made the 1500m semi-final.
She trained well during 2020 during the COVID lockdown period. In Europe, Jessica Hull broke Hall’s 1500m record clocking 4:00.42, and taking the record close to four minutes. Domestically in 2020/21, Hall was clearly in the best shape of her career.She started with a 3000m PB in December, then set two 800m PB’s, becoming just the eighth Australian woman to run under two minutes, she then broke the Australian 1000m record.
With Jessica Hull in America and due to compete, the race was on for the first Australian woman to break four minutes for 1500m.At Box Hill on April 1, 2021, Hall achieved her goal, clocking 3:59.67.
Linden Hall, was the first to make her mark on Wednesday evening, finishing fourth in the opening semi in a slick three minutes 58.81 seconds, breaking Hall’s national record in the process.“My last 100 wasn’t pretty but I put myself in it for 1400 metres and I came away with the big Q (automatic qualifier) and I’m so stoked to be going through to the final,” the US-based Hull told the Seven Network.Not to be outdone, her great domestic rival Hall ran bravely from the front in the second semi before crossing the line third in 4:01.37.
“I probably didn’t plan on taking the lead quite as early as I did but you’ve got to just adapt on the fly and it worked out,” said the 30-year-old Hall, who just missed out on a spot in the 1500m final five years ago on her Olympic debut in Rio.“I was just trying to stay in that top five. My motto was ‘top five and stay alive’.
“I pulled that off so I’m pretty happy.”
Linden Hall will be joined in the final by Dutch superstar Sifan Hassan, who is chasing an unprecedented 1500-5000-10,000m treble in Tokyo.Hassan won the second semi in 4:00.23, but Kenyan Faith Kipyegon was fastest overall in 3:56.80.The only other Australian women to have qualified for an Olympic 1500m final were Jenny Orr in 1972 and Marg Crowley in 1996.
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