Isobel Batt-Doyle is an Australian Olympic athlete who was born on September 14, 1995.
Isobel Batt-Doyle Background
Batt-Doyle was born into a runner’s family. Her parents were avid runners who competed in marathons, trail events, and ultramarathons. She began little athletics when she was eight years old. She ran in the Adelaide City Bay Fun Run a year later.
|Date of Birth
|September 14, 1995
|27 years (2022)
Isobel Batt-Doyle Net worth
Isobel Batt-Doyle Net worth – Australian Athlete has a net worth of $3 million. She competed in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Isobel Batt-Doyle Career
She ran the six kilometers with her stepfather’s hand in hers. Batt-Doyle was a frequent member of the state cross country team and began competing in track events as a young adolescent.
Batt-Doyle took a US college running scholarship after graduating from Seymour College in Adelaide and attended St. John’s University in New York.
For her second year, she transferred to the University of Washington in Seattle. She opted to run longer distances in 2016 and 2017 and competed in 5000m and 10000m races.
Batt-Doyle debuted for Australia in the 10000m at the 2017 World University Games.
She was the bronze medalist in the NCAA outdoor 10,000m in 2019 and was named to the All-America First Team. In the 5,000m indoors, she was named to the All-America Second Team.
Riley Cocks, her boyfriend, took over her coaching in 2020. She set new personal bests in the 3000m and 5000m. Coming in second in the 10000m in Zatopek in 31:43.26 was a highlight.
It was a personal best of 37 seconds, moving her up the Australian all-time list from 21st to 10th.
(The Zatopek is Australia’s most prestigious track race, named after Emil Zatopek, a Czech long-distance runner.)
She finished second behind Rose Davies in the Australian 10,000m championships in Melbourne in January 2021.
Batt-Doyle and Davies qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in the 5000m by winning in Nijmegen in a personal best time of 15 minutes 04.10, beating Uganda’s Esther Chebet into second place, and Davies finishing fourth.
Batt-Doyle has qualified for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. She finished 15th in the women’s 5000m heat with a timing of 15:21.65. As a result, she was eliminated.