Personal Information

Residence Tartu, EST

Occupation Athlete

Languages English, Estonian, Russian

Higher education Nursing - Tartu Health Care College: Estonia

License number 21071992000


World Cup1113
Legnano (ITALY), 2017-02-10Doha (QATAR), 2014-01-17Tallin (ESTONIA), 2017-10-20
World Championship1-12
Budapest (HUNGARY), 2013-08-05Leipzig (GERMANY), 2017-07-20
Zone Championships--22
Tbilisi (GEORGIA), 2017-06-15
Novi Sad (SERBIA), 2018-06-18
Grand Prix1-12
Doha (QATAR), 2019-01-25Budapest (HUNGARY), 2017-03-24
Turku (FINLAND), 2018-10-06Stockholm (SWEDEN), 2017-01-15Oslo (NORWAY), 2010-11-28
Stockholm (SWEDEN), 2018-09-23
Turku (FINLAND), 2019-09-28

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? She took up the sport in 2002.

Why this sport? She was very active as a child, and was encouraged to try fencing by her aunt.

Club / Team Tartu Kalev: Estonia

Name of coach Kaido Kaaberma [national], EST; Natalja Kotova [personal, aunt], EST, from 2002

Handedness Right

General Interest

Hobbies Listening to music. (elmar.elu24.ee, 10 Mar 2020)

Awards and honours She and her teammates Erika Kirpu, Irina Embrich, and Katrina Lehis received the Best Female Multiple Athlete Event of Tokyo 2020 prize at the 2021 ANOC [Association of National Olympic Committees] Awards in Crete, Greece. (fie.org, 25 Oct 2021; anocolympic.org, 24 Oct 2021)

In 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 she was named Best Female Athlete in Tartu, Estonia. (tartu.ee, 07 Mar 2020; esbl.ee, 18 Jun 2018)

She was named Estonia's Best Female Athlete in 2013 and 2017. (esbl.ee, 18 Jun 2018)

She was part of Estonia's Team of the Year for 2013, 2014, and 2017. (esbl.ee, 18 Jun 2018; laanlane.ee, 27 Dec 2017)

In 2014 she was presented with Estonia's Order of the White Star. (esbl.ee, 18 Jun 2018)

She was named Estonia's Best Young Athlete in 2013. (esbl.ee, 18 Jun 2018)


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