Australian pole vaulter Nina Kennedy and Claremont footballer Declan Mountford have been dating for years now.
Nina Kennedy is an Australian track and field athlete who competes in pole vault. She is currently the Diamond League 2022 and Commonwealth Games champion. Before capturing her third National title in April of 2022, Nina competed in Perth, vaulting 4.70m and 4.60m in two events. She maintained her strong performance leading up to the World Championships in Eugene. After moving through the qualifying round without difficulty, she stumbled at her first height in the final (4.45m), requiring three attempts to advance. However, she subsequently produced a clean started in her first attempts at 4.60m, 4.70m, and 4.80m as the competition steadily dwindled. She felt certain to win a medal because only three athletes remained in the race. However, after failing to clear the 4.85- and 4.90-meter mark, she settled for the bronze. Her medal was only the second in the event won by an Australian.
Declan Mountford is a professional Australian rules footballer. The couple Nina Kennedy and Declan Mountford have been dating for years now.
Yes, Nina Kennedy and Declan Mountford have a kid. There isn’t much information available regarding their children.
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Declan Mountford is a professional Australian rules footballer who plays for Claremont Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL). He previously represented North Melbourne Football Club and West Coast Eagles Football Club. Mountford was born in the small town of Manypeaks, in Western Australia’s Great Southern area. He travelled to Perth to play for Claremont Football Club after playing junior and senior football at North Albany Football Club and five matches in the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships. In the first round of the 2017 season, he made his first appearance in AFL against West Coast at Etihad.
After the 2018 season, North Melbourne dropped him, and he joined Claremont in Western Australia. He was named Claremont’s co-captain in 2021 and played for Western Australia against South Australia in an interstate encounter. In Round 2 of the 2022 season, Mountford made a comeback to the AFL for the West Coast Eagles, who had been hampered by injuries and COVID-19 protocols. Mountford was a member of the club’s top-up list. When Jackson Nelson, a midfielder for West Coast, injured his knee during a warm-up, coach Adam Simpson called up Mountford to play his former team, North Melbourne.