| Track and field|
| 8 December 1984 (age 32) (1984-12-08) Gothenburg, Sweden|
Yannick Tregaro (m. 2011–2014)
Maria Green, Lennart Green
Yannick Tregaro, Ebba Jungmark, Moa Hjelmer, Kajsa Bergqvist, Blanka Vlašić
Emma Anna-Maria Green, also known as Emma Green Tregaro (born 8 December 1984) is a Swedish high jumper. She won a bronze medal in the event at the 2005 IAAF World Championships. She represented Sweden at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics. She finished 2nd at the 2010 European Athletics Championships with a new personal best of 2.01 m.
Emma Green (athlete) Wikipedia
Emma Green was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, where she lived with mother Maria, father Lennart, and younger brother Erik. She finished gymnasium in 2003, then with a goal to participate in the 2006 European Athletics Championships.
She won the bronze medal in the 2005 World Championships in Athletics, where she got the result 1.96 metres — a new personal best.
On July 1, 2010, Emma Green improved her personal best to 1.98 m when she won at the Sollentuna GP, beating her previous best which had lasted almost five years. Only one month later on August 1, 2010, at the 2010 European Championships in Barcelona, she improved her personal best twice over within 5 minutes; first she jumped 1.99 and then just minutes later she jumped 2.01. This was her first time over the two-metre mark and was worth a European silver medal behind Blanka Vlašić – her first continental medal. She won the Folksam Grand Prix in Gothenburg later that month, jumping 1.95 m.
Apart from being a world class high-jumper she has been a Swedish champion at the 100 m, 200m and long jump and is also a top national level triple jumper.
She won a bronze medal in high jump at the 2012 European Athletics Championships in Helsinki on 28 June.
In 2011 Green married her coach Yannick Tregaro, who was also the coach of high jumper Kajsa Bergqvist and triple jumper Christian Olsson. The couple announced their divorce in early 2014. Furthermore, she is the cousin of rock musician Nicke Green.
She is a supporter of LGBT rights and painted her nails in rainbow colors during the 2013 World Championships in Moscow as an act of defiance against Russia's recent ban on gay propaganda. Yelena Isinbayeva condemned Green Tregaro's action at a press conference, but later clarified her views. The Swedish Olympic Committee subsequently cautioned their athletes against engaging in the same type of manifestation as Green Tregaro's at the upcoming Winter Olympics 2014.High jump
Indoor – 1.98 m
Outdoor – 2.01 m (2010)
Outdoor – 6.41 m
Outdoor 13.16 m
Outdoor 11.58 seconds
Outdoor 23.02 seconds
4 × 100 m
Outdoor 44.53 seconds