Peter Bol : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
Peter is an Australian middle-distance runner know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||22 February 1994|
|Place of Birth||Sudan|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Wife/Partner||Not Married Yet|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Profession||Australian middle-distance runner|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Nagmeldin "Peter" Bol is an Australian middle-distance runner. He competed in the men's 800 metres at the 2016 Summer Olympics and at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Peter Bol Family
Bol was born on 22 February 1994 in Khartoum, Sudan.His mother is Sudanese, and his father from the region that is now South Sudan.His family fled the civil war in Sudan when he was four.In 2016, it was reported that they lived in an Egyptian refugee camp for four years before emigrating to Australia,but according to another report, published in 2021, Bol has never been in any such camp.
At the age of eight, Bol arrived in Toowoomba, Queensland.He grew up in Perth and attended St Norbert College,on a basketball scholarship.In 2017, he completed a degree in construction management at Curtin University.As of 2021, he was intending to train as an engineer.Bol was a promising basketballer in Perth, Western Australia. When he was 16, a teacher at St Norbert College suggested he try 800 m running after a promising cross-country race.
Peter Bol Wife
Peter Bol is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Peter Bol Net Worth
Nagmeldin "Peter" Bol is an Australian middle-distance runner who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million in 2021.
In 2013, Bol stormed to victory in the junior men's 800 m at the Australian Athletics Championships in a personal best time of 1:48.90.In December 2015, he moved from Perth to Melbourne to train with coach Justin Rinaldi, who also coached joint national record holder Alexander Rowe.In 2016, he ran two Olympic qualifying times (1:45.78 and 1:45.41) and was selected on the Australian team for the 2016 Rio Olympics. At the Olympics, he finished sixth in his heat in 1:49.36. At the 2017 IAAF World Championships, he finished seventh in his heat in 1:49.65.
On 10 June 2018, at IAAF meet in Stockholm, Sweden he set a personal best of 1:44.56 in the 800 m defeating training partner Joseph Deng. On 1 August 2021, at the 2020 Summer Olympics, he set a new personal best of 1:44.11 in the men's 800 m semi-finals to book a place in the final. In the final, despite a superb race in which he lead at the halfway mark, he finished fourth with a time of 1:45.92.
The Victorian ran 1:45.92 to finish behind Kenyans Emmanuel Kipkurui Korir and Ferguson Cheruiyot Rotich, with Poland's Patryk Dobek taking bronze.It was a slow start, which is not what Bol was hoping for, so the Australian took up the running half way through the first lap.
He went through the bell in the lead in 53.8 seconds — well off his pre-race plan.Bol held onto the lead for much of the middle part of the race but was overtaken as the pace quickened in the final 200 metres.He said he was pleased that he gave himself every chance but was disappointed with the closing stages.
Bol was the first Australian to make the men's 800m Olympic final since Ralph Doubell won gold in 1968."To Australia I'm thankful, and to everyone in Australia because we're just human at the end of the day," he said.Bol set two Australian records this week. First in the heats when he ran 1:44.13 and again a day later in the semi-finals when he bettered that by two one-hundredths of a second.