Aly Raisman Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Aly Raisman Net Worth 2020 – Aly Raisman is a professional gymnast and talented sports personality.
She was a member and captain of both the 2012 “Fierce Five” and 2016 “Final Five” U.S. She is a two-time Olympian and won several medals in her illustrious career.
Aly Raisman was born Alexandra Rose Raisman on May 25, 1994, in Needham, Massachusetts, U.S. She is an American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnic background. Her birth sign is Taurus.
Raisman is the daughter of Lynn Raisman and Rick Raisman. Her mother herself was a former high school gymnast.
She has also three siblings Brett Raisman, Chole Raisman, and Madison Raisman. She was raised up in Needham along with her parents.
She began her gymnastics training from very old age. Her mother trained her from an early age. She developed her initial love for the sport watching the finest performance of the gold-medal-winning U.S. women’s team at the 1996 Summer Olympics on VHS.
She took training lessons at Exxcel Gymnastics and Climbing through Level 8.
Aly Raisman completed her senior year through online classes as she was being trained for the Olympics. She graduated from Needham High School in 2012. She also started attending Babson College in Massachusetts the following year.
Aly Raisman Net Worth
Aly Raisman has a net worth of $2 million.
In April 2009, Aly Raisman competed at the American Classic in San Diego, where she was placed tenth in all-around.
In July, she competed at the US Classic in Iowa and was placed 12th in all-around. In August, she competed at the National Championships in Dallas and was placed third in all-around.
In March 2010, she competed at the American Cup in Worcester and was placed second in all-around. In May, she competed at the Pacific Rim Championships in Melbourne and helped the American team win the gold medal.
She was placed second in all-around, and in event finals, she was placed seventh on the bars, second on the balance beam, and on floor.
In July 2010, she competed at the US Classic in Chicago and was placed fifth. In August, she participated at the National Championships in Connecticut and was placed third in all-around. In the event finals, she was placed third on balance beam, and on floor.
She then competed at the 2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Tokyo. She was made the captain of the team when the current captain Sacramone was injured before the competition.
In November 2011, she decided to become a professional athlete, so she gave up her NCAA eligibility and a scholarship to the University of Florida, and signed with the Octagon sports management firm.
In March 2012, she competed at the American Cup in New York City and was placed second. In May, she competed at the US Classic in Chicago and won all-around.
In June, she competed at the National Championships in St. Louis and was placed third in all-around, first on beam and floor. In July, she was placed third in all-around at the Olympic Trials in California, and first on balance beam and floor.
She then competed at the 2012 Olympics in London which started in late July. Performing brilliantly, she helped the American team win the gold medal. Individually, she qualified for second place in all-around.
Following the 2012 Olympic Games, she took a break from competitive gymnastics and returned to competition to pursue her second Olympic berth. In 2014, she was named as a member of the US National Team.
In March 2016, at the City of Jesolo Trophy she finished sixth in all-around, first on floor, and third on beam.
At the Pacific Rim Championships, she won gold with the US team, silver in all-around, and another silver on balance beam. Next, she won the US Classic in Hartford where she was placed first on vault and floor, and third on beam.
In June 2016, she competed at the National Championships and finished second. After the Olympic Trials, she was named to the 2016 US Olympic women’s gymnastics team.
At the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, Aly and her teammates performed very well and easily qualified for the team final.
Individually, Aly qualified second to the all-around final. She also qualified to floor exercise final, where she was the defending Olympic champion from the London Games.
Proceeding to the finals at various events at the Rio Olympics, she competed on vault, balance beam, and floor exercise to help win the gold medal for the US team, and defend the title she had earned with the ‘Fierce Five’ in 2012.
In the floor final, she finished second. Overall, she won a total of six Olympic medals from the 2012 and 2016 Games. This made her the second most decorated American Olympic gymnast.