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Simone Manuel was born on August 2, 1996 (age 24 years) in Houston, Texas, United States. She is a celebrated swimmer. She graduated from Stanford University, Stephen F Austin High School. The parents of Simone Manuel are Sharron Manuel, Marc Manuel. Her weight is 148 lbs. Simone Manuel's height is 5′ 11″.
Became the first African-American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in an individual swimming competition when she took gold in the 100 meter freestyle, setting an Olympic record of 52.70 along with fellow first place finisher Penny Oleksiak in the process. She also took gold in the 4x100 meter medley relay at the 2016 Olympics.
Simone Manuel's estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let's check, How Rich is Simone Manuel in 2019-2020? According to Forbes, Wikipedia, IMDB, and other reputable online sources, Simone Manuel has an estimated net worth of $3 Million at the age of 24 years old in year 2020. She has earned most of her wealth from her thriving career as a swimmer from United States. It is possible that She makes money from other undiscovered sources
She began swimming when she was five years old. After graduating from Austin High School, she went on to Stanford University, where she joined the Stanford Cardinal women's swimming team.
She first tried out for the Olympic team in 2012. She went to the World Championships in Barcelona in 2013, where she was part of the the US team that won the gold medal in the freestyle relay.
As our current database, Simone Manuel is still alive (according to Wikipedia, Last update: July 7, 2020).
She has two older brothers named Chris and Ryan who got into swimming before her. She joined swim classes because she admired them.
At the age of 24, Simone Manuel's height is 5′ 11″ . Simone Manuel's weight is 148 lbs .
According to CDC, the average American height for men is 5′ 9″ inches (175 cm) and 5′ 4″ inches (162 cm) for women and The ONS say the average man in England is 5ft 9in (175.3cm) tall and weight is 13.16 stone (83.6kg). The average woman in England has weight is 11 stone (70.2kg) and 5ft 3in tall (161.6cm)
Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin has called her "fearless."
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● She graduated from Stanford University, Stephen F Austin High School● The parents of Simone Manuel are Sharron Manuel, Marc Manuel● Her weight is 148 lbs● Simone Manuel's height is 5′ 11″
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It is not every day that a man plunges into the pool and comes out with a once-in-a-lifetime performance! Michael Phelps not only mastered the technique, but made this an everyday feat as well. The most celebrated athlete and the most decorated Olympian ever in the history of the sports, Phelps with his unwavering determination and rock-solid focus went on to create tidal waves in the chlorinated and non-chlorinated world with his immaculate effort, which is clearly visible from his career graph which reached the zenith of success. Phelps has created a whopping 39 world records, 29 in individuals events and 11 in group, to become the only swimmer ever to do so. Additionally, he established a world mark by being the only Olympian with most number of Olympic gold medals (23), the only Olympian with 13 gold medals in individual events and the only Olympian to win 8 gold medals in a single Olympic Games. Interestingly, the man who created ripples in water was initially afraid to put his face under water as well. Phelps not only overcame this fear but also challenged the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) that he was facing as a child to become a master at what he loved doing”swimming! Throughout the career, what distinguished him from his contemporaries and colleagues was not his back to back victories or undefeated feats, but his will to better his own records and transform the way swimming was looked upon as a sport by the world at large!
Katie Ledecky is a professional swimmer from America who is a five-time Olympic gold medallist. She has also won the World Championship 14 times and holds the swimming world record in 400-, 800-, and 1500-metre freestyle (long course) and the fastest-ever times in the women's 500-, 1000-, and 1650-yard freestyle events. A Washington D.C. native, Ledecky first became interested in swimming when she was six years old. She demonstrated prodigious skills even during her high school days and later joined the Nation's Capital Swim Club as a trainee. In 2012, Ledecky made her international debut at the 2012 London Olympics and won the gold medal for 800-meter freestyle, much to the surprise of many. Four years later, in Rio de Janeiro, she accumulated four gold medals, two silvers, and two world records. Over the course of her career, she has won 24 gold medals and two silvers in various international competitions and has created 14 new world records. Her achievements in the pool have garnered her the title of Swimming World's World Swimmer of the Year four times, United States Olympic Committee Female Athlete of the Year three times, L'Ã‰quipe's Champion of Champions twice, Women's Sports Foundation's Sportswoman of the Year once, and Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year once. In May 2018, Ledecky made her professional swimming debut.
Ryan Steven Lochte is an accomplished American competitive swimmer who has won 12 medals (six gold, three silver, and three bronze medals) at the ˜Olympic Games' so far, thus earning the second rank in the sports, behind Michael Phelps. This gifted swimmer specializes in individual medley and backstroke and has, over the years, won 90 medals, participating in various competitions, such as the ˜Olympics,' the ˜Pan Pacific Swimming Championships,' the ˜Pan American Games,' and the ˜FINA World Championships,' of which 54 are gold, 22 are silver, and 14 are bronze. He currently holds two individual world records: one in the 400-meter individual medley (short course) and another in the 200-meter individual medley (long and short course). He also holds a collective world record in the 4x100-meter freestyle (mixed) relay and the 4Ã—200-meter freestyle (long course) as part of national teams of the US. He has earned the honor of the ˜FINA Swimmer of the Year' thrice and has received the ˜World Swimmer of the Year Award,' too. He was dragged into controversy in the ˜Lochtegate' scandal during the 2016 ˜Summer Olympics' and again, in July 2018, when he was suspended from competitions for 14 months by the ˜US Anti-Doping Agency,' for receiving a prohibited intravenous infusion.
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Synchronized swimmer who competed in the Summer Olympics in 2012. She's won more than a dozen medals in championships.
Olympic freestyle swimmer who won two gold medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, in the 400m and 800m events.
British swimmer who burst onto the international swimming scene in 2014, winning four gold medals at the LEN European Aquatics Championships and three gold medals at the Commonwealth Games. That year, he was nominated for the the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award.
Canadian swimmer specializing in freestyle and butterfly who competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She became the first Canadian to win four medals at the same Olympic games, with a gold in the 100 meter freestyle, a silver in the 100 meter butterfly, and two bronzes in the women's freestyle relays.