Kabaeva was born on May 12, 1983, in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union, to Lyubov Kabaeva and professional football player Marat Kabayev. Her mother is Russian and her father is a Muslim Tatar.
Alina Kabaeva Career
Kabaeva represented the United Russia party in the Russian Parliament, the State Duma, between 2007 and 2014. She voted for a number of controversial laws that were quickly passed in 2012 and 2013, including the Anti-Magnitsky bill, which prohibits inter-country adoption (of Russian orphans) by families in the United States.
Meet sister Lyasana Kabaeva
Vladimir Putin appointed Leysan Kabaeva to the Almetyevsk City Court as a judge in 2016. Many were surprised at the time (after all, the Olympic champion’s sister has no legal experience), but the answer was simple: Kazan. Alina and Leysan of Moscow have a second cousin, Leysan Kabaeva.
Another story involved a “funny” mistake: when Alina Kabaeva was seen with a young boy a few years ago, the media mistook him for the son of an Olympic champion.
Alina, on the other hand, claims that the child is her nephew Arseny. Kabaeva was seen with two boys on the Megasport tribune in 2016, and Alina was constantly discussing something with one of them.