K. Lehis, a left-handed Estonian épée fencer, was born on December 19, 1994. She won the individual European Championship in 2018. The team Olympic Championship in 2021, and the bronze medal in 2021. In 2004, K. Lehis got his fencing start.
Since 2009, she has been training with Helen Nelis-Naukas and Peeter Nelis and has competed for the Estonian Junior and Cadet Fencing Teams.
K. Lehis was named Estonia’s Young Athlete of the Year in 2014 after he earned an individual gold medal at the Junior World Fencing Championships.
In 2015, she competed in the European Fencing Championships and the European Games, where she helped her team to silver medals in the épée event.
Fencer K. Lehis Takes Estonia’s First Tokyo Medal
Fencer K. Lehis won the bronze medal for Estonia by defeating Aizanat Murtazaeva of Russia in the women’s judo event at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
K. Lehis won the bout with Julia Beljajeva 15:8 in the individual women’s epee round earlier on Saturday. Ana Maria Popescu of Romania came in second to China’s Sun Yiwen, who brought home the gold.
One of the first to congratulate K. Lehis on her victory was President Kersti Kaljulaid, who posted on her social media account: “Amazing work, Katrina. The very first medal has been received.”
When Murtazaeva and I first faced each other, the score was 1-1. By the end of the first quarter, however, the Estonian had taken a commanding 3-1 lead.
The Russian made a strong comeback in the second session, even taking the lead (4:3) but K. Lehis regained her form to finish the period with a 7:4 lead.
Despite suffering a hand injury in the third quarter, K. Lehis kept her cool and won the bronze medal with a final score of 15:8.
K. Lehis Leads Estonia to First Fencing Gold in Women’s Team Epee Event
As of earlier this week, K. Lehis had already made history by being the first Estonian fencer to earn an Olympic medal, a bronze in the women’s individual epee competition.
The 26-year-decisive old’s blow in the women’s team epee final versus South Korea secured Estonia’s first fencing gold medal.
The trio of K. Lehis, Julia Beljajeva, and Erika Kirpu had the no. 7 seed heading into the quarterfinals. Three ladies scored 36 points, beating South Korea’s total of 32. It was Song Sera, Kang Young Mi, and Choi In-jeong who brought home the silver.
At least $3 million and $5 million in net worth were generated by Hurricane Katrina. Katrina’s Yeezy sneakers were the primary source of her wealth.
K. Lehis may have lied about the scale of her business throughout the years, but the money she made was real enough. To make her one of the highest-earning celebrities of all time. accomplishment as an athlete provides the most of her starting salary.