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Ian Thorpe Net Worth

Ian Thorpe Net Worth

Net Worth: $2 Million

  • Source of Wealth Swimming
  • Birth Place Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Height 6' 5" (1.95 m)
  • Full Name Ian James Thorpe
  • Nationality Australia
  • Date of Birth October 13, 1982
  • Weight 229 lbs (104 kg)
  • Occupation Swimmer
  • Education East Hills Boys Technology High School
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About Ian Thorpe

Ian Thorpe currently has a net worth of $2 million. Also known as Thorpey and Thorpedo in the world of swimming, Ian Thorpe is considered as the most successful athlete in the 2000 Summer Olympics. From 1999 to 2003, Thorpey was hailed a Australian Swimmer of the Year and he was the first athlete that was named as the Swimming World Swimmer of the Year for four times. In the 2000 Summer Olympics, he won 5 Olympic medals, 2 silver and 3 gold medals. Thorpedo actually specializes on Freestyle but he also competes in individual medley and backstroke.

He was reported to have suffered from depression, bronchitis and grandular fever.  Through his entire swimming career, there have been lots of rumors questioning his sexuality. Later on, Thorpe clarified that he is not a homosexual, but a heterosexual.  In 2006, he announced his retirement. In February 2011, he announced his comeback and in 2012, he returned to London Olympics Games. Many fans are excited to see the growing rivalry between Michael Phelps and Ian Thorpe.

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Ian Thorpe's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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  • Earnings 2005
  • Earnings 2000
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Sponsorship 2005

Value of the stake given to him by the So Natural food group for the use of his name and image on their products

Earnings 2000 N/A
Earning Turned Donation 2000

Prize money he earned for breaking the world record during the 2000 Summer Olympics which he promptly donated