Paige Spiranac scares all for health problem


Complicated period for Paige Spiranac. The golfer and influencer is back on Instagram after a few days of silence. The reason? A health problem that has greatly upset the American sportswoman. During a routine checkup, the doctors found the most beautiful woman in the world (to elect her not recently by Maxim magazine) a lump in her breast. “I had to have a biopsy but the result was negative. I’m so thankful!” she explained to her followers.

Paige Spiranac, statements

Paige Spiranac invited everyone to do prevention and to be kind to others, who may be fighting a difficult battle. “You never know what other people are going through, so it’s very important to provide kindness. I want to thank you for always sending me so much love and support,” concluded Paige, who is followed by 3.7 million followers.

Paige Renee Spiranac (Wheat Ridge, Colorado, March 26, 1993) is an influential personality on social networks and American golfer. He played college golf at the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, earned All-Mountain West honors during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons, and led the San Diego Aztecs to their first Mountain West Championship. Lecture on the history of the school.

Spiranac continued to play professionally in 2015, on the Cactus Tour and elsewhere, earning her first and only win so far at Scottsdale’s Orange Tree Country Club.

After initially creating her own social media accounts to post stunt videos,2 Spiranac earned more than 1.6 million followers on Instagram.

Born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, to an athletic family of Croatian descent, Spiranac’s father, Dan, was a member of the 1976 Pittsburgh Panthers national championship football team and her mother, Annette, was a dancer. ballet professional.5 Her older sister, Lexie, also received a college athletic scholarship, as she competed on the Stanford University track team.

Growing up in Monument, Colorado, she practiced gymnastics in hopes of competing in the Olympics.1 Spiranac was talented enough to jump from level six to the elites, as well as receiving an invite from Karolyi Ranch,1 an offer offered to those with an Olympic future. At the age of 12, a twice-broken kneecap derailed her gymnastics career and pushed her toward golf.1 A victim of bullying among other gymnasts due to a hair condition,6 she sought refuge in golf isolation . Spiranac splits time between Scottsdale, Arizona, and Monument, Colorado, as a home school so he has time to train.

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