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Nathalie Moellhausen was born on 1 December, 1985 in Milan, Italy. Discover Nathalie Moellhausen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 1 December 1985
Birthday 1 December
Birthplace Milan, Italy
Nationality Italy

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Nathalie Moellhausen Height, Weight & Measurements

At 36 years old, Nathalie Moellhausen height is 1.78 m and Weight 64 kg.

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Weight 64 kg
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Nathalie Moellhausen Net Worth

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At the 2019 World Championships, Moellhausen was the only non-top-16 female epee fencer to reach the final four. She won her first two matches comfortably, beating Poland’s Renata Knapik-Miazga 15-12 in the first round, and China’s Mingye Zhu 15-10 in the second. She won her round of 16 against Italy’s Alberta Santuccio. Moellhausen led throughout all the match and eventually won, 15-14. After a dramatic 11-10 extra time win over Lis Röttler-Fautsch from Luxembourg in the quarterfinals, she overcame No. 3 seed Vivian Kong from Hong Kong, China in the semis, 15-9. She finally won the final in extra time 13–12 against World No. 11, Sheng Lin from China to claim her first individual World Champion title, and the first ever medal at a World Fencing Championship for Brazil.


In the 2016 Olympics, Moellhausen reached the quarterfinals of the épée tournament, the best Olympic result Brazil ever had at this sport.


She announced in early 2014 her decision to come back to competition, this time under the Brazilian flag. She explained that fencing for Brazil, which has no other female épée fencer in the Top 100, allows her to aim for a qualification to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro while pursuing a professional career. She went back training under Levavasseur and Laura Flessel. She was eliminated in the first round in her two first competitions since the 2012 Olympics, the Barcelona Grand Prix and the Rio World Cup, but she reached the quarter-finals in the Pan American Championships. In the 2014 World Championships in Kazan she was knocked out in the first round by Italy's Rossella Fiamingo, who would eventually win the gold medal.


Moellhausen was selected for the 2012 Summer Olympics only as a reserve for the team. Italy was defeated in the quarter-finals by the United States and earned no medal. After the Games Moellhausen took a break in her sport career and assumed the artistic direction of the 2013 centenary gala of the International Fencing Federation at the Grand Palais in Paris.


Moellhausen's pre-Olympic season was plagued by a string of injuries. She however won the bronze medal in the 2011 European Championships in Sheffield after being defeated in the semi-final by Switzerland's Tiffany Géroudet. In the World Championships in Catania, she fell in the table of 32 to South Korea's Jung Hyo-jung. In the team event, Italy reached the semi-finals where they were defeated by China. They met Germany in the small final and prevailed 45–33 to win the bronze medal.


In the 2009–10 season Moellhausen won a silver medal in the Rome Grand Prix. In the World Championships at Paris, she made her way to the semi-finals where she was defeated by Emese Szász of Hungary and came away with the bronze medal. In the team event Italy were overcome by Estonia in the table of 16 and could not defend their title.


At the age of 18 she joined C.S. Aeronautica Militare, the sport section of the Italian Air Force, and moved to Paris to be coached by Daniel Levavasseur, who was training Laura Flessel at the time. The 2008–09 season saw her climb her first World Cup podium with a bronze medal in the Doha Grand Prix. It was followed by bronzes in Tauberbischofsheim and Budapest, silver in the Montreal World Cup and gold in the Lobnya World Cup. In the 2009 World Championships in Antalya she was stopped in the round of 32, but in the team event she conquered Italy's first gold in women's épée along with Bianca Del Carretto, Francesca Quondamcarlo and Cristiana Cascioli. Moellhausen finished the season No.8 in world rankings, her personal best as of 2014.


She began fencing at the age of five at her school, then at CS Mangiarotti, where she trained under Nicola Pomarnasky, then Sandro Resegotti. She won in 2004 a bronze medal at the Junior World Championships in Plovdiv.


Nathalie Moellhausen (born 1 December 1985) is an épée fencer who initially represented Italy and now represents Brazil. In 2019, she became her country's first ever individual World Champion in epee at the Championships held in Budapest, Hungary. With the Italy team she won the team World championship in 2009 and team European championship in 2007. Representing Brazil, she won the women’s individual épée World Champion title in 2019 in Budapest, Hungary.