Nathan Adrian Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Bio

Nathan Adrian Wiki

Nathan Adrian whose real name is Nathan Ghar-jun Adrian was born on December 7, 1988, in Bremerton, Washington, USA. He is an American professional swimmer who won Olympic gold medal five times and he also holds the American record in long course 50-meter freestyle event.

Unfortunately, the sportsman has testicular cancer, which Nathan himself announced on Instagram this Thursday. But the doctors have said that they have caught the disease in the early stages and the diagnosis is good.

Nathan Adrian Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Bio

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On the New Year’s Tokyo Olympics, Nathan shared on his photo captioned, “I will be back in the water within a few short weeks with my sights fully set.”

Nathan Adrian Family

Nathan has completed his High School from Bremerton High School in 2006 and he also swam for his school team. Later he enrolled in the University of California, Berkeley and majored in public health. In 2012, he completed his graduation with honors in the spring.

Cecilia and James Adrian are the parents of Nathan and his mother works as a nurse for Bremerton School district and his father is a retired nuclear engineer for Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. Nathan has an older sister named Donella, who is also a swimmer and a brother named Justin, who swam at the University of Washington.

Career

At the age of five years, Nathan Adrian began swimming with the support of his family. In 2008, he helped the U.S. team to win the 400-meter freestyle relay by swimming the first leg in a preliminary heat. The 30-years old Adrian has won a total of five gold medals over past three Olympics.

He also won a gold medal in 100 freestyle competition in London and also won the medal at Rio 2016 relay. Nathan is also named to U.S. swimming roaster for this year’s Pan American Games and he was planned to swim in both 50 m and 100 m freestyle events.

In 2012 Summer Olympics, he has won gold medals in both 100-m and 4X100-meter relay. Overall he has won 32 medals in the major international competitions.

Nathan Adrian Wife

Nathan Adrian was dating a merchandising director, Hallie Ivester for six long years and they finally got married on September 15, 2018, in California. Recently the swimmer is said to have diagnosed with testicular cancer.

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Nathan Adrian Net worth

The estimated net worth of Nathan Adrian is said to be around $ 400,000 USD.

Wiki

Full Name

Nathan Ghar-jun Adrian

Nick Name

Nathan Adrian

DOB

December 7, 1988

Born

Bremerton, Washington, USA

Nationality

American

Religion

Christianity

Profession

Professional American Swimmer

 Age

30 years

Education Details

College

University of California

School

Bremerton High School

Qualification

Graduate

Physical Statics

 Height

5 feet 9 inches

Weight

72 Kg

Eye Color

Black

Hair color

Brown

Marital Status

Married

Favorites and hobbies

Hobbies

Travelling, Swimming

Favorite Actor

Tom Cruise

Favorite Actress

Jennifer Lawrence

Favorite Destination

Texas

Favorite Food

Italian

 Parents

Father

James Adrian

Mother

Cecilia Adrian

Brother

Justin

Sister

Donella

Siblings

NA

 Wife, Children, Affairs, Relationship

Wife

Hallie Ivester

Girlfriend

Hallie Ivester

Affairs

Not known

Children

None

Ex-Spouse

NA

Net worth

Net worth

$ 400,000 USD

Social Media Accounts

Twitter Account

Yes

Facebook Account

Yes

Instagram Account

Yes

Awards and Achievements:

  • In 2009 World Aquatics Championship, he earned gold in 4X100-meter freestyle relay and in the 4X100-meter medley relay.
  • He won 50-meter and 100-meter freestyle title at 2010 National Championships.
  • He won a total of four gold medals in the 2010 Pan Pacific Swimming Championship.
  • At 2012 Summer Olympics in London, he won a silver medal in 4X100-meter freestyle relay with Michael Phelps and also won a gold medal in 100-meter freestyle final.
  • In Rio de Janeiro he won a total of four medals and he also won his first medal as an anchor for 4X 100-meter freestyle relay.
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