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Cathy Freeman Net Worth is
$11 Million

Mini Biography

Cathy Freeman was created on Feb 16, 1973 in Mackay, Queensland, Australia while Catherine Astrid Salome Freeman. She once was wedded to Alexander “Sandy” Bodecker.

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Quick Facts

Full NameCathy Freeman
Date Of BirthFebruary 16, 1973
Height1.64 m
Weight56 kg
ProfessionRunner
EducationUniversity of Melbourne, Kooralbyn International School
NationalityAustralian
SpouseJames Murch (m. 2009), Sandy Bodecker (m. 1999–2003)
ChildrenRuby Anne Susie Murch
ParentsCecelia Freeman, Norman Freeman
SiblingsAnne-Marie Freeman, Garth Freeman, Norman Freeman, Gavin Freeman
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/CathyFreemanOfficial
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/cathyfreeman
AwardsArthur Ashe Courage Award, Laureus World Sports Award for Sportswoman of the Year, Memorable Performance of the Year ESPY Award
NominationsBest Female Track Athlete ESPY Award
TV ShowsGoing Bush

Full NameCathy Freeman
Date Of BirthFebruary 16, 1973
Height1.64 m
Weight56 kg
ProfessionRunner
EducationUniversity of Melbourne, Kooralbyn International School
NationalityAustralian
SpouseJames Murch (m. 2009), Sandy Bodecker (m. 1999–2003)
ChildrenRuby Anne Susie Murch
ParentsCecelia Freeman, Norman Freeman
SiblingsAnne-Marie Freeman, Garth Freeman, Norman Freeman, Gavin Freeman
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/CathyFreemanOfficial
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/cathyfreeman
AwardsArthur Ashe Courage Award, Laureus World Sports Award for Sportswoman of the Year, Memorable Performance of the Year ESPY Award
NominationsBest Female Track Athlete ESPY Award
TV ShowsGoing Bush
#Quote
1I was going to shave it. It went in two parts. I got a bob first but it kept falling all over my face. Then it was off, short. The main reason it was long was because my mother cut it short when I was little and I was trying to make up for that.
2I made my first Australian senior team when I was 16, first Olympics when I was 19, and I retired. I'm 32, I retired four years ago, so a good third of my life or nearly a third of my life has been all about running.
3I feel like I've reached an age where I can relax a little bit with the knowledge of what I've been through, take all that experience and use it. I love the challenge of trying to get back to where I've been, and beyond it.
4With Alexander's cancer, I was definitely brought to my knees for the first time because of the fear factor.
5This occasion is personally very meaningful and I hope to visit Korea again if I have the chance.
6The thing I do best is laugh.
7People could see in me who I am now, an Olympic champ, the best in the world.
8Peace, unity and harmony!
9My last real race was at the Olympics in Sydney in 2000.
10I'm not a marriage expert, quite clearly.
11I was running since I was 10. Since grade one at school people looked at me and thought, oh gosh she can really run, she's a natural.
12I was always surrounded by expectation from the very first race I ran as a 5-year-old.
13I want to keep my private life private.
14I make no apologies.
15I like looking feminine and I enjoy being a role model. I enjoy being a woman. It all comes down to having the confidence to be who you are.
16I like being in the workforce; it keeps me grounded.
17I lie around the floor with my cats Billy and Jazz or watch DVDs with my best friends.
18I don't like people looking at me; I hate the attention.
19I don't have a lot of regrets in my life.
20I don't agree with everything Madonna's done but she is fearless.
21I definitely do things on my terms, it may not seem that way but I actually do.
22Between 1991 and 1997 I had really serious asthma.
23Australians are a fantastic bunch of people but the attention can be overwhelming for someone like me.
24I have a friend who, if she has a bad hair day, it affects her whole mood because it is part of her sexuality, her confidence. I don't have that problem any more.
25Money makes life easier but I don't want to be rich, not at all.
26I have time to breathe, time to be myself more often, I am a lot more relaxed and less guarded.
27You got to try and reach for the stars or try and achieve the unreachable.
28I'm so lucky. I have such a great support system. All I have to do is run.
29I think the greatest amount of pressure is the pressure I place on myself. So in a way I chose to be alone.
30When I'm in a bad mood, I don't listen.
#Fact
12000 Olympics: 400 m gold
2Is Aborigine

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery2017TV Series documentaryHerself
Sporting Nation2012TV Series documentaryHerself
The Trophy Room2011TV SeriesHerself
Australia Unites: The Victorian Bushfire Appeal2009TV MovieHerself
Who Do You Think You Are?2008TV Series documentaryHerself
Go for Broke2007Documentary shortHerself
Getaway2007TV SeriesHerself
Friday Night Football2006TV SeriesHerself
Fair Dinkum Manjit2006Documentary shortHerself
We Can Be Heroes2005TV SeriesHerself
Rock 'n' Royal2004TV Special documentaryHerself (greetings from Australia) (as Catherine Freeman)
Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under2001TV MovieHerself
Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad2000TV Mini-SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Salute2008DocumentaryHerself
20 to 12005-2008TV Series documentaryHerself
Good as Gold!2006TV Series documentaryHerself
Welcome to Australia1999TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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