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Krystsina Tsimanouskaya (Sports Star) Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Boyfriend

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya (Sports Star) Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Boyfriend

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya was born on 19 November 1996 at Klimavichy town in the Mogilev region of eastern Belarus. She started her athletic training at the age of 15 years. With her natural talent and hard work, she set various milestones for future athletes. She got her first silver medal in 100 m international event at the European U3 championships in 2017 held in Naples, Italy. The same year she won a gold medal in Summer Universiade held in Naples, Italy. She won another silver medal in a team event of European game 2019 held in Minsk, Belarus.

 

In 2020 she got qualified to represent Belarus in athletic events at Tokyo Olympics. While attending Tokyo Olympics 2021, she got stuck in a controversy that changed her life overnight. She accused Belarusian sports official of negligently giving her name for a 400m relay race that she was not supposed to run. After that, she was forced by the Belarusian officials to leave the game and return homeland. She refuses to board the flight and seek the help of the Japanese police. Krystsina received a visa from Poland on humanitarian grounds.

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya Wiki

Real Name Krystsina Tsimanouskaya
Nickname Krystsina
Profession Sportswoman
Famous For Sporting Prowess and Attempted Kidnapping

Personal Life

Date of Birth/Birthday 19 November 1996
Age 25 Years (As in 2021)
Birthplace Mogilev, Belarus
Hometown Warsaw, Poland
Nationality Belarusian
Religion Christian
Zodiac Sign/Star Sign Scorpio
Debut 2017

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Height in Feet-Inches – 5’ 6” in meters – 1.68 m in centimeters – 168 cm
Weight (approx.) in Kilograms – 61 kg in Pounds – 134 lbs
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Blonde

Family Members And Relatives

Father Unknown
Mother Unknown
Brother Unknown
Sister Unknown
Husband/Spouse Arseni Zdanevich
Children None

Boyfriends & Marital Status

Krystsina is married to 25-year-old athletic trainer Arseni Zdanevich. She met him during one of her training sessions. They became friends and finally decided to tie their knot in 2020. Arseni Zdanevich is a loving husband; he trains her, cares for her, and always stood by her side.

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During the Olympic issue, when Krsytsina seeked asylum in Poland to avoid punishment in her homeland, her husband also joined her. He left behind his career, family, and place just to support his wife.

Marital Status Married
Affairs/Boyfriends Arseni Zdanevich
Current Relationship Status Married

Education, School & College

School Unknown
College/ University Unknown

Money Factor

With her extraordinary sprinting career, Krystsina enjoys a net worth of 3 million dollars. She earned it by representing Belarus in different events and through endorsement partners.

Net Worth $3,000,000

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya Biography

Birthplace and Family

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya was born on 19 November 1996 at Klimavichy town in the Mogilev region of eastern Belarus. She is a Belarusian by nationality and Belarusian white by ethnicity. She is not a social media lover; therefore, very little is known about her family and education.

How The Journey Started

Krystsina was a fun-loving girl since her childhood. She had an inborn athletic talent. Her parents wanted her to focus on her studies. At the age of 15 years, her hidden talent was identified by an Olympic-level athletic coach. He approached her for training initially Krystsina’s parents were against her decision to choose athletics as her career. But later on, they were convinced by Tsimanouskaya and her grandmother. Eventually, she joined the athletic training academy, and her career as a world-class sprinter begins.

Achievements and Awards

Krystsina has started his career with many memorable performances. In indoor events, her best performances include a 60m run in 7.21 seconds and a 200 meter run in 23.62 seconds in Mogilyov in 2017 and 2019, respectively. While her outdoor best consists of a 100m run in 11.04 seconds and a 200 m run at 23.62 seconds at Minsk in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

She got to fame after winning her first silver medal in a 100m race at an international event in European U3 championships in 2017 held in Naples, Italy. The same year she won a gold medal in Summer Universiade held in Naples, Italy. She won another silver medal in a team event of European game 2019 held in Minsk, Belarus. In 2020 she got qualified to represent Belarus in athletic running events at Tokyo Olympics 2021.

The Tokyo Olympics Turmoil – Attempted Government Kidnapping

Performing in the Olympics is a dream for every athlete, and so was it for Krystsina. But her dream turned into a nightmare after she posted an Instagram video criticizing the National Sports Authority of Belarus for forcing her to participate in a 400m relay race, in addition to her planned event. She said that she had no experience and training in 400m relay events, and her name was given without her consent.

After the video went viral, the Belarusian sports authority asked her to leave the games. Belarusian officials forcibly took her to Haneda Airport to board a flight back to Belarus. But she refused to board the flight and asked Tokyo police for protection. She was unwilling to go back to Belarus because she was afraid of being threatened by the National Olympic Committee of Belarus for speaking against the negligence of their coaches.

On 3 July 2021, she spoke to a journalist and said she is afraid to go back to her homeland Belarus. She intended to claim asylum in any other county; she got a VISA from the Poland government on Humanitarian grounds. On 4 August 2021, she flew to Warsaw Chopin airport, Poland.

In an interview, she stated that she is now safe and ready to begin a new life in Poland with her husband. After securing her safety in Poland, she dropped a bombshell by announcing that a Belarusian Olympic team doctor had encouraged her to commit suicide. “To pressure me and scare me, saying that I had mental problems, that I suffered from a manic state and that people in my situation usually think about taking their own lives” Krystsina recalled.

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