Elena Krawzow is a skilled swimmer from german, even though he is blind, he became the topic on the lips of many as she married her partner in 2021.
Elena Krawzow only has 3% of her vision intact. When she is swimming she doesn’t see her rivals or photographers taking her photo, but she can hear the cameras clicking.
Elena has made a name for herself in the Para Olympics as she has been wining gold, silver, or bronze in the games. She also made headlines as being the first para olympian to be featured in Playboy magazine.
The Paralympics swimmer Elena Krawzow got married to her husband before going for an operation in 2021.
She shared that she had one last wish before the operation and that was to say the word yes.
Her wedding was very impromptu but beautiful. Meanwhile, she has not shared many details about him besides a photo on her Instagram feed.
She didn’t know that she could get wedded till the morning, and she was officially married in the registry office. Furthermore, she expressed gratitude to all the visitors who came to her marriage and her loved ones.
Her beautiful dress was made by her dear friend, Thu-Lia, a bridal fashion designer.
Elena Krawzow is the first Para Olympic to get featured in the Playboy Magazine, and she posed topless for the pictures for the magazine.
She is not the first swim athlete to get on Playboy, as swimmers like three-time Olympic champion Katinka Hosszú were also in Playboy Hungary.
Similarly, Angela Maurer was in for Playboy Germany, while Olympic medallist Amanda Beard appeared in the American edition of the magazine in 2007. Other athletes who appeared in the magazine are Olympic US silver medallist Haley Cope and Poland’s Luiza Hryniewicz.
Elena Krawzow was living with her family in a small village in southern Kazakhstan called Mergen. She was diagnosed with macular degeneration at a young age, and she was sent to a disabled boarding school.
Her parents moved to Germany and settled down there, and she thinks it is the best decision her parents had made.
She participated in the London 2012 Paralympics and claimed silver for Germany at 18. Elena made her first world record in 2016 in 100m breaststroke.