Who is Suzanne Schulting? She is a skater who recently partook at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Read about her net worth and other facts.
Suzanne Schulting was born in 1997. She is a Dutch short track speed skater. At the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, she won Netherlands’ first-ever gold medal in short track speed skating and became one of the youngest ever Dutch Winter Olympic champions. She took up short track speed skating when she was only eight years old, in Thialf, Heerenveen. She won a gold medal in the 1500 m event at the 2016 World Junior Championships in Sofia. At the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, she won a bronze medal in the women’s 3000 m relay and also a gold medal in the women’s 1000 m. This was also the first gold medal victory for the Netherlands in short track speed skating. Schulting has created a history for her homeland and also got the first gold medal of her career in the World circuit.
When she was just twenty years old she is the following youngest Dutch gold medalist in any discipline at a Winter Olympics. She studies at the Dutch Language Institute (NTI) in Leiden. The athlete can speak Dutch and English languages. She equipped under Coach Jeroen Otter who is a National level coach. She took up a short track at age eight in Heerenveen, Netherlands. She took up the sport because I was going to do long track and my coach said, you could also do some short track to comprehend how to skate corners well. So I started a short track and was excited about it, and I’m still here.