Which Olympic sport does his girlfriend, Valtteri Bottas’ girlfriend, compete in in the Summer Olympic Games?
Bottas has just four more Formula One races left with Mercedes after this weekend’s event in Brazil’s Sao Paulo.
After five seasons with the Brackley-based team, the Finn will leave at the end of the year.
He will join Alfa Romeo as Lewis Hamilton’s co-driver, with George Russell taking his place.
The pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix will go to Valtteri Bottas, who won the F1 Sprint qualifying event on Saturday.
How about his girlfriend, and what sport does she compete in at the Olympics?
VALTTERI BOTTAS’S GIRLFRIEND REVEALED
Tiffany Cromwell, an Australian, has been dating Bottas since early 2020.
She frequently travels with the #77 driver to grand prix races, and even customized his helmet for the Interlagos race on November 14th.
She is a professional cyclist for Australia.
Cromwell and Bottas have often posted on social media about their cycling trips.
At the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Cromwell competed in the cycling road race.
With so much time passed since her last shot at the Australian Olympic squad, she got her chance in Tokyo.
There were no medals for Cromwell, who finished 26th, 2 minutes and 56 seconds behind the winner, Anna Kiesenhofer.
No children have been born to this particular marriage.
HAS BOTTAS BEEN MARRIED BEFORE?
Winner of 10 Grand Prix titles Cromwell is not the first husband of Bottas.
In the years leading up to their marriage, he had a committed relationship with Emilia Pikkarainen, a fellow Finn.
Helsinki, Finland’s capital, was the scene of this incident in September 2016.
Bottas and his wife of three years announced their separation two days before the end of the 2019 season in Abu Dhabi.
A crucial factor for their breakup was the “challenges my profession and personal situation bring,” he said.
Pikkarainen herself was an Olympian – on Finland’s swimming team.
She competed at three Olympics – Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016.
She swam the second fastest leg for the team, but missed out on a place in the final by just over two seconds.