Hobbs Kessler of age 18 appears to be approximately 6 feet in height. Who are his parents? Get to know all the details listed in this article.
Hobbs is known as the fastest young runner in U.S history.
Hobbs Kessler Age and Height
Hobbs Kessler’s age is 18 years old.
He was born on March 15, 2003.
Further, his age measurement has not been disclosed.
Looking at his physical appearance, he seems to fall at a tall height of over 6 feet.
Details On Hobbs Kessler Parents
Hobbs Kessler is the son of Mike Kessler, a former Eastern Michigan runner who ran a 4:00 road mile in 1994.
Serena Kessler was a 2:44:55 marathoner who competed in the ’12 Trails at age 39.
Similarly, both his parents were very successful athletes.
Furthermore, Mike is the boy’s cross country coach at Skyline High in Ann Arbor, while Serena is an English teacher at the school.
She was recently was hired as the head track coach.
Kessler’s family resides in Michigan.
Where Did He Study His Highschool?
Kessler studies at Skyline High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
He has gone from a largely unknown high school runner to a national record holder to a surprise competitor in the U.S. Olympic track and field trials.
Kessler will be racing in the Olympic Trials 1500 as a professional, he revealed in an exclusive interview with Track & Field News.
Six months ago Hobbs Kessler was an unknown teenager, running for his high school team and cleaning gutters to earn shoe money. Now he’s in the Olympic trials. https://t.co/dHpoM4hEry via @WSJ @letsrundotcom
— David Deeble (@DavidDeeble) June 23, 2021
His running trajectory has peaked quicker than most since his freshman campaign.
Meet The Runner On Instagram
Yes, Hobbs is active on Instagram.
So far, he has achieved over 9k followers and has a verified account.
Moreover, Hobbs has an interest in rock climbing which can be seen on his Instagram feed.
He even climbed at the 2019 Youth World Climbing Championship in Arco, Italy.
Kessler focused more on rock climbing than he did running, and he even climbed at the 2019 Youth World Climbing Championship in Arco, Italy.
Hobbs Kessler Wikipedia
Unfortunately, Hobbs Kessler is absent on Wikipedia.
Despite setting records on being the fastest young runner, and the 11th high schooler to break four minutes in the mile, his name is not found on the Wikipedia page.
Kessler has always seen himself as a “low-key” runner who would peak in college and surprise people.
Last fall, he had signed with the University of Northern Arizona, one of the NCAA’s top powerhouse distance programs.
As a professional, he will be represented by Mark Wetmore of Global Athletics.