Laurel Hubbard Bio, Age, Life, Ethnicity, Religion, Nationality, Trivia, Affair, Criticism, Height, Weight, Gender, Wiki

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Born in 1978, Laurel Hubbard is a New Zealand weightlifter who is the winner of two gold medals at the 2019 Pacific Games in Samoa and Australian International & Australian Open in Melbourne, she won gold medal with 123 kg snatch and 145 kg clean & jerk, for a total of 268 kg at a bodyweight of 131.83 kg at 90+ kg category in 2017.

Laurel Hubbard

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Laurel Hubbard Ethnicity/Religion/Nationality/Gender

She was born and raised in New Zealand. Her father is Dick Hubbard, a former Mayor of Auckland City and the founder of Hubbard Foods. Laurel is a transgender who transitioned to female and became Lauren Hubbard.

Laurel Hubbard Affair/Married

Her relationship status is not available at the moment.
 

Profile / Wiki / Information

Personal Information              

  • Full Name: Laurel Hubbard
  • Nicknames: Laurel
  • Birthday: 1978
  • Age: 40/41 years old (as of July 2019)
  • Birthplace: New Zealand
  • Current Residence: New Zealand
  • Education: Not Available
  • Profession: Weightlifter
  • Nationality: New Zealander
  • Ethnicity/Race: Caucasian
  • Religion: Not Available
  • Zodiac: Not Available
  • Spouse/Married: Not Available
  • Net Worth: Not Available

Measurements

  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: 90+ kg

Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • Laurel is the child of Dick Hubbard, a former Mayor of Auckland City and the founder of Hubbard Foods.
  • She is a transgender.
  • Before her gender transition, Hubbard set New Zealand junior records in 1998 in M105+  Division with snatch 135 kg, clean & jerk 170, total 300 kg.
  • At 2017 Australian International & Australian Open in Melbourne, she won gold medal with 123 kg snatch and 145 kg clean & jerk, for a total of 268 kg at a bodyweight of 131.83 kg at 90+ kg category.
  • She was qualified for 2018 Commonwealth Games but withdrawn due to an elbow injury.
  • She won two gold medals at the 2019 Pacific Games in Samoa.

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