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Nina Derwael 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: March 26, 2000 (age 21 years), Sint-Truiden, Belgium
Height: 1.7 m
Club: TK Sta Paraat Hasselt
Head coach(es): Marjorie Heuls
Assistant coach(es): Yves Kieffer
Choreographer: Irina Shadrina
Parents: Marijke Lammens, Nico Derwael
Derwael is studying Event Management at the Artevelde University of Applied Sciences in Ghent. She is currently in a relationship with Siemen Voet, a Belgian professional football player. She speaks Dutch, French, and English.
At the 2020 Olympics, a photo of Derwael and her teammate Maellyse Brassart sitting in a split with tennis player Novak Djokovic went viral.
After the 2020 Olympics, Derwael began competing on the third season Belgium’s Dancing with the Stars. After receiving the highest score in the final episode, she was voted the winner of the season.
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Nina Derwael is a Belgian artistic gymnast. She is a two-time World champion and a two-time European champion on the uneven bars, the 2019 European Games champion on the balance beam as well as a two-time Belgian national all-around champion.
She is the first Belgian gymnast to medal at the World Championships, the first become a World champion, and the first to become a European champion. She also represented Belgium at the 2016 Summer Olympics and is scheduled to compete at the 2020 Olympics.
She is a decorated artistic gymnast who has won medals in a number of high-profile tournaments throughout her career.
She is a two-time European champion on the uneven bars (2017, 2018), a gold winner at the 2018 World uneven bars, and the 2018 Belgian national all-around champion.
She competed in the 2016 Olympics for Belgium.
By winning the bronze medal at the 2017 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, she became the first Belgian female to ever win a medal at a world championship.
She’s from Sint-Truiden, Limburg, Belgium, and has a black Toy Poodle, which she shows off on Instagram.
Nina Derwael is a Belgian artistic gymnast. She is the 2020 Olympic champion, a two-time World champion (2018, 2019), and a two-time European champion (2017, 2018) on the uneven bars.
She is also the 2019 European Games champion on the balance beam as well as a two-time Belgian national all-around champion (2015, 2018).
She represented Belgium at the 2016 Summer Olympics and at the 2020 Olympics. At the 2020 Olympics, she led team Belgium to their first-ever team final where they finished eighth.
She also qualified for the all-around final where she finished sixth, and she won the gold medal in the uneven bars final, the first Olympic medal of any color for a Belgian female gymnast.
She is also the first Belgian gymnast to medal at the World Championships, the first to become a World champion, and the first to become a European champion.
Derwael was born on 26 March 2000 in Sint-Truiden. Her father, Nico Derwael, is a former football player, and her mother, Marijke Lammens, played handball and table tennis.
She began gymnastics when she was two years old despite her gym’s policy that children could only begin when they were three. When she was eleven years old, she moved to Ghent to train at the Belgian national team training centre and enrolled in a boarding school.