Anna Kasprzak is a Danish dressage rider. She represented Denmark at two Summer Olympics.
She is one of the richest millennials in the world and one of only eight billionaires under 30 years old.
Her best Olympic result came in 2012 when she placed 4th with a Danish team in the team competition.
Meanwhile, her best individual Olympic result is 14th place achieved in 2016.
- Born: 8 December 1989 (age 30 years), Greven, Germany
- Worth: estimate $1.1 billion
- Height: 1.75 m
- Parents: Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak, Dieter Kasprzak
- Grandparents: Karl Toosbuy, Birte Toosbuy
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About Anna Kasprzak
Anna Kasprzak was born on 8 December 1989 in Greven, Germany. She is daughter of Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak, Dieter Kasprzak.
Kasprzak represented Denmark at 2014 World Equestrian Games held in Normandy, France and at two European Dressage Championships (in 2013 and 2015).
She finished 4th with Danish team at the 2013 Europeans held in Herning, Denmark. She also competed at two editions of Dressage World Cup finals (in 2013 and 2016), where she finished 8th and 5th, respectively.
Kasprzak won multiple medals (one silver and six bronze) at various European junior and young riders championships.
She is an heir to the Danish ECCO shoe fortune, along with her brother André Kasprzak and their mother Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak.
In 1963, Anna’s grandfather, Karl Toosbuy, started ECCO in Bredebro, Denmark.
The company now makes a reported $1.46 billion in sales, according to Forbes.
While Hanni and André sit on the board of the family company, Anna remains more removed. She is an accomplished Olympic dressage horseback rider, and she even runs her own stables.
Here’s what we know about the somewhat reclusive life of Anna Kasprzak.