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Charline Van Snick Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!

Charline Van Snick Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!


Who Is Charline Van Snick?

Charline Van Snick is a Belgian judoka who is a Judo Olympic veteran. While her list of accomplishments is seemingly endless, some of the major titles include a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympic Games, 2013 World bronze medalist, 2015 European Games and 2015 Grand Prix winner. She won the Grand Prix again in The Hague in 2018.  In the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio she finished ninth and in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games she finished seventh. Charline won the Grand Slam of Abu Dhabi in 2017 and she took a total of 30 World Cup medals.

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How Old Is Charline Van Snick?

Born September 2, 1990, Charline Van Snick is 31 years old.

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Charline Van Snick’s Family

Currently, there is no information available on the family of Charline Van Snick.

How Much Is Charline Van Snick Worth?

Charline Van Snick is estimated to have a net worth of approximately $1.5 Million.

How Tall Is Charline Van Snick?

Charline Van Snick stands at 5 feet and 2 inches tall.

How Much Does Charline Van Snick Weigh?

Charline Van Snick spent most of her career competing at 106 pounds, but in more recent times has been competing at 115 pounds.

Charline Van Snick Fight List

In her earlier days of Judo competition, Charline was the Belgian cadet age class champion in 2006 and Belgian junior champion in 2007 at 48kg. At age 17 she won bronze at the European Under 20 Championship. By the time 2009 rolled around, she became the European under 20 champion and also won fifth in the World Junior Championship. Due to her accomplishments, she was awarded the Sports Merit Trophy given by the French Community.

She won her first senior European Championship medal in 2010 as well as a bronze medal in Vienna. Then in 2012 she won a silver medal at the European Championships. In her first Olympic appearance at the 2012 Olympic Games in London she won a bronze medal. She had defeated Chung Jung-yeon in the qualifying round and then moved on to beat Eva Csernoviczki in the quarterfinals. She lost to Sarah Menezes in the semi-finals which put her in the bronze medal match where she defeated Paula Pareto.

Just after the Olympics in April 2013, Charline won the silver medal at the European Championships after losing again to Csernoviczki. She then won two consecutive gold medals at the European Championship level in 2015 and 2016.

In her 2016 Olympic run she lost in the second round. Following this loss she moved up to the 52kg weight division. More recently in 2021 she competed in the women's 52kg event in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

Unfortunately, a big part of Charline’s notoriety comes from a controversial doping case she was a part of in 2013. Several months after winning a bronze medal at the 2013 World Championships in Rio de Janeiro, it was announced that Charline had tested positive for cocaine in Rio. She consistently maintained her innocence and then in October 2013 it was announced that a hair analysis commissioned by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven’s toxicology lab denied evidence of habitual cocaine use. The test provided levels that were 200 times less than the amount of a habitual user. Another test was conducted in which the results were also positive for cocaine.

Due to this retest, on January 3, 2014, Charline was banned by the IJF for 2 years. She appealed the ban and her appeal was upheld. It was determined the the most plausible explanation of the test results was due to sabotage by a third party. Based on these findings, her 2 year ban was lifted. The Court for Arbitration for Sports stated that they would acknowledge the existence of the anti-doping violation but Charline would not be held to blame, Due to these circumstances, her results during the Championships in Rio de Janeiro 2013 remain annulled in arrogance the article 9 of the World Anti-Doping Code.

A list of Charline Van Snick’s most significant accomplishments are as follows:


  • 2nd Belgian Championships -48 kg, Hasselt


  • 2nd Belgian Championships -48 kg, Herstal
  • 3rd European U20 Championships -48 kg, Warsaw


  • 1st European Cup -48 kg, Baar
  • 1st European Cup -48 kg, London
  • 1st European U20 Championships -48 kg, Yerevan


  • 1st World Cup -48 kg, Sofia
  • 1st World Cup -48 kg, Birmingham
  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Rotterdam
  • 3rd European Championships -48 kg, Vienna


  • 1st World Cup -48 kg, São Paulo
  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Amsterdam
  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Qingdao
  • 1st Belgian Championships -48 kg, Ronse
  • 2nd Grand Prix -48 kg, Düsseldorf
  • 3rd Grand Slam -48 kg, Rio de Janeiro
  • 3rd Grand Slam -48 kg, Tokyo


  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Düsseldorf
  • 2nd European Championships -48 kg, Chelyabinsk
  • 3rd Olympic Games -48 kg, London
  • 3rd Grand Slam -48 kg, Moscow


  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Samsun
  • 2nd European Championships -48 kg, Budapest


  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Tashkent
  • 3rd Grand Prix -48 kg, Zagreb


  • 1st European Games -48kg, Baku
  • 1st European Championships -48kg, Baku
  • 1st Grand Prix -48 kg, Düsseldorf
  • 3rd Grand Slam -48 kg, Baku

Charline Van Snick’s Best Match Of All Time

Charline Van Snick’s best match of all time is widely considered to be her gold medal win at the Abu Dhabi Judo Grand Slam. In an exciting back and forth match against an extremely talented opponent, Charline started off by scoring waza ari. After landing in a seemingly bad position on her back, she surprised her opponent by transitioning to a clever arm lock to achieve the submission and win gold. This is one of Charline’s greatest achievements to date.

Charline Van Snick’s Record

An overall record for Charline Van Snick is not available at this time.

Charline Van Snick Injuries

Currently, there is no information available on injuries suffered by Charline Van Snick.

Is Charline Van Snick Retired?

No, Charline Van Snick just recently competed at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan that took place in 2021.

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