Is Alison Kreviazuk married? No, she isn’t. However, she is in the relationship with Fredrik Lindberg who is known for playing for Swedish skip Niklas Edin. Alison moved to Sweden deciding to live with her boyfriend and therefore left the Homan team. She was replaced by Joanne Courtney of Val Sweeting’s rink. No information about her wedding plans are available but must be thinking to tie their knot soon. Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Kreviazuk:
Who is Alison Kreviazuk?
Born as Alison Blair Kreviazuk, she landed the planet on September 27, 1988, which makes her age be 3 years old as of 2020. She is a Canadian curler by profession who is known for playing for Rachel Homan rink (2002-2014).
Early Life and Education
The Canadian curler was born in 1988 and her place of birth is in Mississauga, Ontario. She spent her childhood days in Ottawa with her younger sisters Lynn Kreviazuk (born on May 2, 1991) and Cheryl Kreviazuk (born on September 25, 1992). Talking more about her family life, Alison is related to singer Chantal Kreviazuk (born on May 18, 1974) being her second cousin. She earned a degree in leisure studies by completing her graduation in 2009 from the University of Ottawa.
Career and Professional Life
Kreviazuk started playing for the Homan rink in 2002. For the 2005-06 season and 2009-10 season, she wasn’t able to play for the team. Being with the team, she earned three provincial Bantam titles and later became unqualified because of her age for that level. She joined back the team and made the team earns the 2009 provincial junior championship.
She played for the team at the Canadian Olympic Curling Pre-Trials and also for World Curling Tour events. Because of being older, she was replaced for junior events by Laura Crocker. However, she was invited to play at the 2010 World Junior Curling Championships as the Alternate for the team.
For the 2010-11 curling season, she became a full member for the team. With the team, she received the Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts in 2011 and 2012. She became the winner of the two Grand Slam events (2012 and 2013). Alison won the Frances Brodie Award for sportsmanship at the 2014 Worlds.
She was replaced by Joanne Courtney for the 2014–15 season as she decided to move to Sweden with her boyfriend. She didn’t competitively curled in Sweden but went for coaching. She returned back to Canada and played for the Margaretha Sigfridsson rink in the 2015 Players’ Championship. As the alternate for Allison Flaxey’s team, she became the part of the 2017 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials.
Alison Kreviazuk isn’t married. This doesn’t mean she is single as she is in a living relationship with boyfriend Fredrik Lindberg. Fredrik was born on born 2 February 1986 and is famous for being a Swedish curler. The couple has two years of age-gap between them.
As a sportsperson, Alison has maintained her body being conscious to her workout, diet and other fitness activities. She has an average height and carries an adorable personality. She is of White ethnic background and possesses fair skin. The exact details of Alison’s height, weight, dress size, feet size, etc. are not available.
Salary and Net worth
The estimated net worth of Alison Kreviazuk is still under review. She has made a great fortune from her curling career with Rachel Homan rink where she spent more than 12 years. In addition to that, her fortune is also contributed by her coaching career.
Wiki and Facts
One can explore the biography of Canadian curler in various demanded wiki sites including Wikipedia. The two times Canadian Women’s Curling Champion is available on Twitter @ali_krev where she is being followed by more than 6k people. It seems like, Alison isn’t active on other social networking sites like Facebook and Instagram.