Katie Uhlaender Wiki, Bio, Net Worth, Instagram, Height, Family, Olympics

Who is Katie Uhlaender?

Katie Uhlaender is a well-known professional skeleton racer from the United States. Besides, she has six medals to her name, two of which are gold, from the FIBT World Championships.

Profile of Katie Uhlaender

Profile of Katie Uhlaender
Full NameKatie Uhlaender
Popular AsKatie Uhlaender
Birthdate17th July 1984
Place of BirthVail, Colorado, USA
ProfessionPro Skeleton Racer
Race / EthnicityUndisclosed
Sexual OrientationStraight
Age38 Years Old
Eye colorDark Brown
Hair ColorBrown
Height5’4” (163 cm)
Marital statusUnmarried
ParentsTed Uhlaender (Father) & Karen Uhlaender (Mother)
Net Worth$2 Million USD

Katie Uhlaender is a talented skeleton racer from the United States and has been competing since 2003. Moreover, she has two gold, one silver, and three bronze medals from the FIBT World Championships.

Early-life, Education & Family Background

Early-life, Education & Family Background

Katie Uhlaender was born on July 17, 1984, in Vail, Colorado, United States. Accordingly, Katie is her most well-known moniker.  As of 2022, she is 38 years old. Additionally, she is an American citizen while Gemini is her zodiac sign.

Ted Uhlaender is her father’s name, and Karen Uhlaender is her mother’s name. Specifically, her father Ted Uhlaender was a Major League Baseball outfielder. As a matter of fact, Katie wears a necklace with her father’s National League Championship ring from the 1972 Cincinnati Reds as a tribute to him.

As regards to her educational history, Katie attended a Private High School and a Private University for her academic achievement. Moreover, Colorado Mountain College was where she completed her curriculum.

Besides, Uhlaender is a native of Vail, Colorado and trains in nearby Breckenridge. Apparently, she spends the rest of the year in McDonald, Kansas.

Katie Uhlaender’s Professional Skeleton Racing

Katie Uhlaender’s Professional Skeleton Racing

Katie Uhlaender is a well-recognized and accomplished skeleton racer from the United States. Accordingly, she began her career at an extraordinarily young age and has established herself as a truly remarkable athlete.

Besides, she began competing in FIBT World Championships in 2013 and has won several times since then. Katie won two gold medals in mixed sled skeleton races in 2012: Women’s Skeleton and the FIBT World Championships.

Uhlaender’s Professional Skeleton Racing

Likewise, she claimed a silver medal in the 2008 ladies’ skeleton event and three bronze medals in the 2007 ladies’ skeleton, 2009 blended sled skeleton group event, and 2008 blended sled skeleton group event.

Meanwhile, Katie debuted at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, where she placed sixth, and again at the 2009-10 Skeleton World Cup. Subsequently, she was named in the 2014 Olympics Tam on January 18, 2014, and finished fourth in the 2014 Olympics.

Remarkably, during her nearly two decade-long career, she has racked up a slew of achievements. Further, Uhlaender along with Kendall Wesenberg, was selected to represent the United States in women’s skeleton at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

Katie's Professional Skeleton Racing

Regrettably, Katie testified before the U.S. Helsinki Commission in Washington, DC on the accusation of doping in sports in July 2018.

Other Athletic Ventures

Other Athletic Ventures

In parallel to skeleton racing, Uhlaender is also a weightlifter who has competed in competitions. However, her weightlifting journey lasted just three meets when she competed in the 2012 U.S. Olympic trials and was not qualified for the team. Subsequently, she took the 2014-15 seasons off from skeleton and gave up weightlifting upon discovering that her hip had ossified and her ankle had a hole in it.

Additionally, Katie also competed in track cycling, aiming to be the first woman to start the women’s team sprint. At Senior Nationals in 2015, she set a new personal best of 20.7 on one lap.

Honors & Achievements

Honors & Achievements

During her prolific career of nearly two decades, Katie has earned few allocates along with gaining global recognition. Particularly, Uhlaender has won the women’s skeleton World Cup twice (2006-7, 2007-8). In addition, she also competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, finishing sixth in the women’s skeleton event.

Besides, she has claimed two gold medals (FIBT World Championships 2012, mixed bobsleigh-skeleton team event: 2012), one silver (women’s skeleton: 2008), and three bronze medals (women’s skeleton: 2007, mixed bobsleigh-skeleton team event: 2008, 2009) at the FIBT World Championships.

Uhlaender’s Personal-life & Relationships

Uhlaender’s Personal-life & Relationships

Katie Uhlaender is currently unmarried. Also, there are no verified details about her previous relationships or any former engagements. According to sources, she has no children.


Katie Uhlaender measures 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs around 55 kilograms. Likewise, she also has lovely dark brown eyes and brown hair.

Social Media Handles of Katie Uhlaender

Social Media Handles of Katie Uhlaender

Katie has amassed thousands of followers on various digital platforms, making her a well-known personality on the internet. Her Twitter account alone has 12.3k followers, while her Instagram account has over 7k followers.

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Net Worth of Katie Uhlaender

The renowned Olympian as well as national athlete earns primarily through her athletic profession as well as sponsorships. Meanwhile, Katie Uhlaender’s net worth is reported to be approximately $2 million as of early 2022. However, the details regarding her exact personal worth as well as additional revenue sources remain undisclosed.