Charlotte Kalla is a Swedish cross-country skier with nine medals in three Winter Olympics. Her net worth includes 56 individual podiums.
Charlotte Kalla Has Been A Skier Her Whole Life
Charlotte Kalla is a cross-country skier from Tarendo, Norrbotten, Sweden. She was born on July 22, 1987, and is 30 years old. You can find Kalla on Twitter @kallaswe. However, she is not active. She is more active on Instagram, @kalla_87. Aside from Twitter and Instagram, Charlotte Kalla is also on Facebook. The 2018 Olympic Winter Games Skiathlon gold medal winner is currently based in Sundsvall, Sweden, where she lives with her family.
Charlotte Kalla Won Gold In Pyeongchang
Not only did Charlotte Kalla win gold at in Pyeongchang, she also won the first gold of the entire games. The 2018 Olympic Winter Games gold medal Skiathlon athlete has many other accolades to her name, in addition to Pyeongchang gold. Kalla also has a gold medal and two silvers from the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi as well as a gold and silver in Vancouver. All these wins have helped build her net worth. In leading up to her 2018 Olympic events, Kalla announced in 2017 that she would not train with the national team in preparation for the 2017/2018 season. She also made this choice leading up to the 2016/2017 season as well.
The Skier’s Net Worth Includes A Lot of Top Three Finishes
Aside from her impressive Olympic career as a skier, Charlotte Kalla has also done well on the World Cup stage and other events, adding to her net worth with every triumph. Kalla had her best World Cup rank in the 2015/2016 season, where she was ranked 5th overall. Since then, she has ranked as the 9th overall in the 2016/2017 season and 6th overall in the 2017/2018 season. In 2011, Charlotte Kala was named Female Athlete of the Year at the Swedish Sports Gala. This surely added to her net worth as well.
Charlotte Kalla Trains Hard But Loves It
Charlotte Kalla is known for her muscles, which she has been working hard to build and maintain through diet and exercise since 2008 when she switched to the controversial Bjoergen-Method. The method was popularized by Marit Bjoergen after she won gold at the 2003 World Cup. The training method involves short, high-intensity training bursts, sometimes involving heavy weights, with the goal of training maximum oxygen intake by using maximum output exercises. While some skiers have not had success with this training method, Kalla has excelled with it, building strong muscles and achieving peak performance as a skier.
Charlotte Kalla Stays Mostly Injury-Free
In 2016, the Olympic gold medal winner suffered from a rapid heart rate which caused her to have poor performance in the World Cup event in Ruka, Finland. After testing, Kalla found out the cause of the issue is due to atrial fibrillation, also known as irregular heartbeat. After finding the source of the issue, Charlotte Kalla was able to treat it and was soon cleared for the rest of the World Cup season. Here’s hoping she stays healthy and we can continue to see her compete at her best!