How rich is Mark Spitz?
Mark Spitz Net Worth:
|Birth date:||February 10, 1950|
|Birth place:||Modesto, California, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.8288 m)|
|Weight:||161 lbs (73 kg)|
|Education:||Santa Clara High School|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Suzy Weiner (m. 1973)|
|Children:||Justin Spitz, Matthew Spitz|
|Parents:||Lenore Spitz, Arnold Spitz|
|Awards:||James E. Sullivan Award, Swimming World Swimmers of the Year, Milliyet Sports Award for World Athlete of the Year, Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year|
|Movies:||Challenge of a Lifetime|
Mark Spitz net worth, wiki & biography:
American former swimmer, Olympic champion and former world record holder Mark Spitz has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He won seven Gold Medals during the 1972 Summer Olympics. Michael has a record that still stands when he set new world records in all seven occasions in which he competed. No other simmer s ever acquired so great percent of the medals awarded for Olympic events held in an individual Games since 1900.
Mark Spitz Net Worth $20 Million
Produced Mark Andrew Spitz on February 10, 1950 in Modesto, California, he spent a part of his childhood in Hawaii where he learned to swim. The family then returned to California where he began competing in swimming. In the age of ten, he already had a world record. The family went to Indiana University as a pre-dental student and a part of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity.
Spitz literally dominated swimming in the mid-60s until the early 70s. He won four Gold Medals in the 1965 Maccabiah Games, his first international contest in the age of 15. He won five Gold Medals, a record that wasn’t surpassed until 2007, in the Pan American Games in 1967. He won two Gold Medals during the 1968 Olympics and additional five more medals in the 1959 Maccabiah Games. Spitz has won nine Olympics gold, a silver, along with a bronze, 31 US Amateur Athletic Union titles, and eight US National Collegiate Athletic Association titles. Spitz has set 35 world records, two were in trials and unofficial. He was named World Swimmer of the Year by Swimming World Magazine in 1969, 1971 and 1972.