Blair Tuke Net Worth

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Blair Tuke’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Blair Tuke was born on 25 July, 1989 in Kawakawa, New Zealand, is a New Zealand sailor. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Blair Tuke’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 25 July 1989
Birthday 25 July
Birthplace Kawakawa, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand

What is Blair Tuke’s net worth?

Blair Tuke’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Blair Tuke is 32 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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2020

2020 – 49er World Championships – Geelong, Australia with Peter Burling)

2020 2nd 49er Oceanias (sailing with Peter Burling)

2019

2019 – 49er World Championships – Auckland, New Zealand with Peter Burling)

2019 3rd 49er Oceanias (sailing with Peter Burling)

2019 7th Princessa Sofia Regatta (sailing with Peter Burling)

2019 3rd World Cup Regatta Genoa (sailing with Peter Burling)

2019 1st 49er Europeans (sailing with Peter Burling)

2019 1st 49er Olympic test event (sailing with Peter Burling)

2017

Burling and Tuke were named New Zealand sports Team of the Year at the Halberg Awards in Feb 2017.

Burling and Tuke were named as Members of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to sailing in the New Years Honours 2017.

Tuke was a member of Emirates Team New Zealand that won the 35th America’s Cup. He sailed on Mapfre, finisjing second in the 2017–18 Volvo Ocean Race.

Tuke was a key member of the Emirates Team New Zealand sailing team which won the America’s Cup in Bermuda in 2017.

2017 1st Swan River Match Cup (Perth) – sailing with Peter Burling, Glenn Ashby and Josh Junior.

2016

Tuke with Burling was co-captain of the New Zealand team at the 2016 Olympics. They are just the 4th New Zealand flagbearer to win a gold medal at the same Olympics.

Burling and Tuke won the 2016 Olympics with two races to spare and by an overall 43 point margin – winning by the most points of any sailing class in the Olympics since 1968 (when the modern scoring system started). They finished ahead of the second placed (Australian) boat in 11 of the 13 races, being behind by just three points in race 3 and one point in race 10.

2016 3rd 49er Rio de Janeiro International Sailing week

2016 1st 49er Kieler Woche regatta, Germany (with Peter Burling)

2016 1st 49er Sailing World Cup Hyeres regatta, France (with Peter Burling)

2016 1st 49er European Championships – Barcelona, Spain (with Peter Burling)

2016 1st 49er World Championships – Clearwater, Florida, USA (with Peter Burling)

2016 1st 49er NZL Nationals (with Peter Burling)

2016 1st America’s Cup World Series regatta, New York

2016 3rd America’s Cup World Series regatta, Oman

2016 4th America’s Cup World Series regatta, Chicago

2016 5th Americas Cup World Series regatta, Toulon, France

2015

In November 2015 the International Sailing Federation announced that Tuke and Burling were the ISAF Rolex World Male Sailors of the year.

Tuke and Burling were awarded the ISAF World Male Sailor of the Year for 2015.

2015 1st 49er World Champs, Buenos Aires (with Peter Burling)

2015 1st 49er South American Champs, Buenos Aires (with Peter Burling)(Nov 2015)

2015 1st 49er Olympic Test Event, Rio de Janeiro (with Peter Burling)(Aug 2015)

2015 1st 49er Rio de Janeiro International sailing week (with Peter Burling)(Aug 2015)

2015 1st 49er Europeans (Porto, Portugal) (with Peter Burling)

2015 1st 49er ISAF Sailing World Cup Weymouth regatta (Weymouth, England) (with Peter Burling)

2015 1st 49er ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres regatta (Hyeres, France) (with Peter Burling)

2015 1st 49er Princess Sofia Regatta (Palma, Mallorca) (with Peter Burling)

2015 1st 49er Sail Auckland (with Peter Burling)

2015 1st 49er NZL Nationals (with Peter Burling)

2015 2nd America’s Cup World Series Bermuda (Oct 2015)

2015 1st America’s Cup World Series Gothenburg (Aug 2015)

2015 2nd America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth

2014

2014 1st 49er Intergalactic Championships, Rio de Janeiro (with Peter Burling)

2014 1st 49er South American Championships, Rio de Janeiro (with Peter Burling)

2014 1st 49er Rio International Regatta, Rio de Janeiro (with Peter Burling)

2014 1st 49er European Championships, Helsinki (with Peter Burling)

2014 1st 49er Hyeres World cup regatta (with Peter Burling)

2014 1st 49er Mallorca World cup regatta (with Peter Burling)

2013

Tuke and Burling are the first sailors to win six 49er class World Championships (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2020). They won all 28 of the major regattas in the 49er between the London Olympics (2012) and the Rio Olympics (2016). The only 49er regatta they did not win in the four-year period was third place at a short training regatta in July 2016. In 2013, Tuke was a member of the New Zealand team which won the inaugural Red Bull Youth America’s Cup.

Tuke and Burling are the 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2019 World Champions in the 49er, they also won the 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2019 49er European championships. They won all 28 of the major regattas in the 49er between the London Olympics (2012) and the Rio Olympics (2016) (a record for this Olympic class).

2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Unbeaten in major 49er regattas worldwide (27 49er regatta victories since London Olympics).

Crewing for Emirates Team New Zealand – overall leader of 2015 America’s Cup World Series

2013 1st – Red Bull Youth America’s Cup (Tactician for NZL sailing team)

2013 1st 49er European Championships (Aarhus, Denmark) (with Peter Burling)

2013 1st 49er Sail Auckland (with Peter Burling)

2012

At the 2012 London Olympics, Burling and Tuke were the youngest team. Their silver medal was New Zealand’s 100th Olympic medal.

2010

2010 1st 49er North American Championships (with Peter Burling)

2009

2009 Completed 120 nm Coastal Classic course in 49er (Auckland to Russell) with Peter Burling

2009 New Zealand National Youth Matchracing Champion (with Peter Burling and Scott Burling) 2006 wins world championship splash

1989

Andrew Blair Tuke MNZM (born 25 July 1989) is a New Zealand sailor who won the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics, and the silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the 49er class alongside Peter Burling.

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