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What is Natalie Coughlin doing now?

What is Natalie Coughlin doing now?

Coughlin owns a winery in California and has made that her passion. After all, she grew up near Napa Valley with parents who frequently went wine tasting, something Coughlin began as an adult. Coughlin was recently profiled in Sports Illustrated about her new passion. “It’s just one of my passions,” Coughlin told SI.

How tall is Natalie Coughlin?

5′ 8″Natalie Coughlin / Height

How old is Natalie Coughlin?

39 years (August 23, 1982)Natalie Coughlin / Age

Is Natalie Coughlin married?

Ethan HallNatalie Coughlin / Spouse (m. 2009)

How much does Natalie Coughlin weigh?

139 lbsNatalie Coughlin / Weight

Can a 14 year old go to the Olympics?

According to the International Olympic Committee’s official rules, there is no single age limit for the Olympics.

What is the youngest an Olympic athlete can be?

There is no universal minimum age for Olympians set by the International Olympic Committee, but individual sports have eligibility limits. Gymnasts, for example, must be 16 years old to compete at the Games, while boxers must have turned 18.

What happened to Katie Coughlin at the Rio Olympics?

Coughlin, 34, earned a medal in every event she entered across three Olympics, including back-to-back gold medals in the 100m backstroke in 2004 and 2008. She earned her last medal at London 2012. Coughlin wasn’t able to qualify for the Rio Olympic team at last summer’s Trials and hasn’t done swim training in several months.

How many medals did Coughlin win at the 2004 Olympics?

There she won only two relay medals, although it was later revealed that she was quite sick and had considered not competing. Although somewhat overshadowed by the media attention given Michael Phelps, Coughlin was the top female swimmer at the 2004 Olympic Games, winning five medals, including two gold.

Did Natalie Coughlin swim at last major meet?

Natalie Coughlin believes she has swum at her last major meet, satisfied to move on after a U.S. female record-tying 12 Olympic medals.

What happened to Katie Coughlin in 1999?

As a 15-year-old, she became the first swimmer in history to qualify for the Summer Nationals in all 14 events in 1998. Coughlin suffered a torn shoulder labrum in March 1999, which lingered all the way to the 2000 Olympic Trials, where she failed to make the team for Sydney.