Ian Thorpe Net Worth

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ian thorpe net worthIan James Thorpe, AM is a retired Australian swimmer who specialised in freestyle, but also competed in backstroke and the individual medley. He has won five Olympic gold medals, the most won by any Australian, and with three gold and two silver medals, was the most successful athlete at the 2000 Summer Olympics.

Ian Thorpe Net Worth 2019 is $2 Million

First Name Ian
Last Name Thorpe
Full Name at Birth Ian James Thorpe
Alternative Name The Thorpedo, Flipper, Thorpey
Age 35 years
Birthday 13th October, 1982
Birthplace Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Height 6′ 5″ (196 cm)
Weight 229lbs (104 kg)
Build Athletic
Eye Color Brown – Light
Hair Color Brown – Light
Distinctive Feature He won 5 olympic hold medal. 11 world titles and get 13 long course records and 23 overall. His armspan: 195 cm.
Zodiac Sign Libra
Sexuality Gay
Religion Christian
Ethnicity White
Nationality Australian
Occupation Swimming
Claim to Fame World championship, Perth 98: won 400 m freestyle. Kuala Lumpur 98: 4 gold medal, 200 m free,400 m free, 2*200 m freestyle, 4*100 m freestyle relay. Pacific championship 99: New world record 400 m freestyle,broke world record for the 200 m freestyle,twice in consecutive days. Personal best: 200 meter: 1:45,51 min. 400 meter: 3:41,33 min.
Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling) Team Club SLC Aquadot New South/Wales/Australia
Shoe Size 17
Father Ken
Mother Margaret
Sister Christina

Named swimmer of the year four times, he is recognized as one of the most popular Australian athletes of all time and won 2 Olympic gold medals. In 2019, Ian Thorpe Net Worth is $2 Million.

Family Life

His father Ken was a former pro cricket player and his mother Margaret was a school teacher.

How Much is Ian Thorpe Worth?

According to Forbes, Ian Thorpe Net Worth 2019 is $2 Million.

Associated

While Michael Phelps is a celebrity swimmer in the US, in Australia Thorpe is a legend in his own right.

Trivia

After a brief hiatus from swimming, it was announced that he would be competing for Australia in the 2012 London Olympic games.

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