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Is Cindy Sember Married To John Sember? American-Born British Athlete Relationship Details

Cindy Sember

American-born British track and field athlete Cynthia Nonyelum Sember specializes in sprint hurdles. Discover her husband's information below in this article.

At the 2016 Olympic Games, she placed fourth in the 100-meter hurdles final. Her fastest times were 12.50 seconds for the 100-meter hurdles in 2022 and 7.89 seconds for the 60-meter hurdles indoors in 2016.

She put her third on the British all-time list for both events, behind Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill and her sister Tiffany Porter, who holds the British record in both events.

About Cindy Sember Husband John Sember

Cindy Sember has been happily married to her husband, John Sember. Through interracial marriage, they created the ideal pair and set an example for the rest of the world.

They started dating three years ago, and they are now wed. Cindy also mentioned that her husband proposed to her. They haven't talked about any specifics involving their kids. Cindy could be concentrated on her career objective right now.

Cindy Sember With Her Husband
Cindy Sember With Her Husband( Source : instagram )

Every year on May 11, John Sember celebrates his birthday. John is an engineer who enjoys building different things and is also interested in photography.

She also stated, "People ask me what it's like being with someone who isn't a pro athlete like me, and I always say it's great. I love that we have different skills and things that make us different because we can learn things from each other.

Not only am I truly impressed with all of his skills, but I'm also so grateful for our differences because we can use them to grow together in our relationship ."

She revealed on her Instagram page that they had purchased a home together and were residing in it.

Find Cindy Sember Ethnicity And Parents Details

Ofili is a native of Ypsilanti, Michigan. She belongs to mixed ethnicity, and her parents are Felix Ofili and Lilian Ofili. She is the younger sister of hurdler Tiffany Porter.

Because her mother is British and her father is Nigerian, Ofili was granted citizenship in three countries at birth: the United States, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom.

Cindy Sember was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan, on August 5, 1994. She goes as Cynthia Nonyelum Sember in real life. She is a British track and field athlete of American ancestry who excels in the sprint hurdles.

Track and field athlete Tiffany Adaeze Porter is her sibling. She holds both British and American citizenship and specializes in the 100-meter hurdles, she was born on November 13, 1987.

When she moved to England in 2010, she joined the senior ranks and switched from representing the United States to Great Britain. She participated for Great Britain in the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

What Is Cindy Sember Net Worth After Commonwealth Games?

The media is not aware of Cindy Sember's exact net worth. She seems to make millions of dollars annually.

Sember and Porter take silver and bronze at European Indoor Championships
Sember and Porter take silver and bronze at European Indoor Championships( Source : globalathletics )

Some sources have estimated her net worth to be about $1 million; however, this figure seems incredibly low given her accomplishments. 

When she successfully defended her title and won the 100-meter hurdles event at the 2020 British Athletics Championships with a timing of 13.16 seconds, she became a British double champion. 

About Cindy Sember Career

Ofili's speeds improved in 2015, and she emerged as one of the top collegiate hurdlers; at the NCAA outdoor finals in Eugene, she finished second in a personal best of 12.60, falling just short of Kentucky's Keni Harrison. 

Although she ran a school record of 11.39 in the flat 100 m to qualify for the NCAA championship competition, she was disqualified in the semifinals of that race.

Ofili had the option of representing the United States, Great Britain, or Nigeria; in June 2015, it was revealed that she had chosen Britain, following the lead of her elder sister Tiffany Porter.

Ofili qualified for the 60-meter hurdles final at the NCAA indoor championships in 2014 as a sophomore at the University of Michigan, finishing sixth in a personal-best time of 8.07.

Outside, she ran the 100-meter hurdles in under 13 seconds for the first time, winning the Big Ten conference title in 12.93.