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Julia Mancuso Net Worth 2018

A former ski racer, Julia Mancuso had won a gold medal in the giant slalom at the 2006 Winter Olympics. A four-time Olympian, she has also medaled at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Games (two silvers and a bronze in the downhill and combined events).

Aside from her Olympic accomplishments, she has also finished on the podium a handful of times at the World Championships. As a junior, she had also won five gold medals at the Junior World Ski Championships during the early 2000’s. Earlier this year, she announced her retirement from competition at the age of thirty-three.

Considering her status as an Olympic athlete, is it fair to assume that she’s fairly successful financially? How rewarding has her skiing career been over the years? How well off is she? Unfortunately, Julia Mancuso’s 2018 net worth is currently unavailable. Since we’re here though, let’s take a more detailed glance at some of her career accomplishments.

Julia Mancuso’s Net Worth 2018 – N/A

How did Julia Mancuso Make Her Money & Wealth?

Born on March 9, 1984, in Nevada, Julia Mancuso put on her first pair of skis at the age of two. With that said, it wasn’t until she was eight years old that she started to participate in races. Incredibly talented, she eventually made it to the 2000 Development Team at the age of sixteen. From there, she made her World Cup debut just a few months afterward.

Shortly afterward, her talents had gained the attention of Patrick Rooney, a world-famous ski coach. Later during the 2001 season, she achieved her first Top 30 finish at the World Cup. Over the next few years, she won eight medals at the Junior World Championships.

Two years after her World Cup debut, she was named to the US Olympic Team for the 2002 Winter Games; she was seventeen at the time. Competing in the combined event, Mancuso ultimately finished 13th overall.

Later that same year, she finished first on the podium three separate times at the Junior World Ski Championships for the downhill, combined, and giant slalom events. From there, she repeated her success at the 2003 and 2004 World Championships, where she won gold in the super-g and combined discipline respectively.

Continuing to make herself known as a ski racer, she competed at the 2005 World Championships, where she won two bronze medals- one for the super-g and another for the giant slalom.

A year later, she represented the country or a second time at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, where she won the giant slalom title. Four years afterward, she returned for two additional silver medals (downhill, combined) at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. Most recently, she also earned a bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Naturally, she would have also received a set amount of prize money with each medal.

At the age of 33, she announced her retirement from competitive ski racing in January 2018.

Like most athletes, Mancuso had a fair number of endorsements during her career. For instance, she had worked with Lange, Rossignol, Marker, and Volkl in the past.

Julia Mancuso’s Personal Life and FAQ

Is Julia Mancuso Married?

Since 2015, she has been married to Dylan Fish, a surfer. Prior to that, she had dated a fellow skier named Aksel Lund Svindal.

Does Julia Mancuso Have Any Children?

As far as we know, Julia Mancuso does not have any children.

Did Julia Mancuso Go to College?

From what we know, Julia Mancuso did not attend college.

What is Julia Mancuso Famous For?

As an alpine skier, Julia Mancuso is perhaps best known for her gold medal win in the giant slalom at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Where Does Julia Mancuso Live now? Photos of Julia Mancuso’s House 

She currently lives with her husband in Squaw Valley. Photos of her house are not available.

What Kind of Vehicle Does Julia Mancuso Drive?

Information on Julia Mancuso’s vehicle is unavailable at this time.

How Much Money Did Julia Mancuso Make Last Year?

Information on Julia Mancuso’s annual earnings for 2017 is not available.

Recent Events

As mentioned earlier, the alpine skier recently retired from competitive skiing in January 2018. Ultimately, she had decided on this after her right hip surgery had kept her out of competition the previous two seasons.

Want to support the former Olympian online? If so, what about following her on social media? You can find Julia Mancuso on a few platforms such as Twitter and Instagram at @JuliaMancuso. On Facebook, you can also check out her official fan page by clicking here.

Brooke Carter
Freelance writer who loves dogs and anything related to Japanese culture.
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