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July 23, 1986 (age 34)

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Full name : Natasha Hastings

How old is Natasha Hastings: 34 years Female

🎂 Birthday: July 23, 1986

🔯 Sun sign: Leo

🌍 Nationality: New York City, New York, United States

📏 How tall is Natasha Hastings: 5′ 8″

Natasha Hastings Education: university of south carolina , a. philip randolph campus high school ;

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Natasha Hastings was born on July 23, 1986 (age 34) in New York City, New York, United States. She is a celebrity runner. She graduated from University of South Carolina, A. Philip Randolph Campus High School. Her weight is 135 lbs. Natasha Hastings's height is 5′ 8″.

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Olympian and track athlete most known for winning a Gold medal at the 2008 Beijing games in the 4x400 meters relay.

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Before Fame


She worked under Curtis Frye at the University of South Carolina.



In 2013, she won the USATF 400 meters Outdoor Title with a time of 49.94 seconds.

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Family life


She was born-and-raised in Brooklyn, NY.

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At the age of 34, Natasha Hastings's height is 5′ 8″ . Natasha Hastings's weight is 135 lbs .

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She and actor Ward Bond both studied at USC.

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● She graduated from University of South Carolina, A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
● Her weight is 135 lbs
● Natasha Hastings's height is 5′ 8″

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