Gwen Berry Net Worth

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Gwen Berry’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Gwen Berry was born on 29 June, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, is an American track and field athlete. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Gwen Berry’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 29 June 1989
Birthday 29 June
Birthplace St. Louis, Missouri, United States
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Gwen Berry’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Gwen Berry is 32 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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2019

During the award ceremony in the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru where Berry was awarded the gold medal for the hammer throw, she raised her arm at the end of the playing of the Star Spangled Banner in protest against injustice in America “and a president who’s making it worse.”Video on YouTube

2016

At the start of 2016, Berry was dominant in the weight throw, winning four straight meetings with throws over 24 meters, including a third career win at the 2016 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships, and ranking number one globally for the season. Her hammer throw was also much improved with consistent throws beyond seventy meters. A best of 75.11 m (246 ft 5 in) in Memphis was shortly followed by a national record and North American record throw of 76.31 m (250 ft 4  ⁄4  in) at the Tucson Elite Classic.

Gwen Berry placed second in hammer behind Team USA teammates Amber Campbell, ahead of DeAnna Price at 2016 Olympic Trials and represented   United States at 2016 Summer Olympics.

2015

Berry skipped the 2015 indoor season and again competed on the circuit, placing tenth in the 2015 IAAF Hammer Throw Challenge final standings (second only to Amanda Bingson among Americans). Berry cleared seventy metres for the first time nationally at the 2015 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, but strong performances by Campbell, DeAnna Price and Bingson left her in fifth place overall.

2013

Berry secured her first national title at the 2013 USA Indoors, launching the weight throw 24.70 m (81 ft ⁄4  in) to beat out a field including Amber Campbell and Jeneva McCall. She achieved a best of 73.81 m (242 ft 1  ⁄4  in) for the hammer that year, but again did not perform well at the 2013 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, placing ninth. She defended her weight throw national title in 2014. The 2014 season marked her first foray into the international professional circuit and she ranked eighth on the 2014 IAAF Hammer Throw Challenge. She was seventh at the 2014 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, but was still selected for the Pan American Sports Festival. There, she came away with a gold medal in a season’s best of 72.04 m (236 ft 4 in) and beat three-time world champion Yipsi Moreno of Cuba, whose career was an inspiration for Berry. She enjoyed her highest world ranking that season, placing 17th overall.

2011

After graduation she kept on competing, with a focus on weight throw in the indoor season and hammer throw in the outdoor season. At the 2011 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships she ranked sixth. In the 2012 season she came third in the weight throw at the 2012 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships. A new hammer best of 71.95 m (236 ft ⁄2  in) came in April and she entered the 2012 United States Olympic Trials as the number two ranked American woman after Jessica Cosby. She did not live up to her previous performance, however, and ended in seventh with a mark of 68.84 m (225 ft 10 in). Despite the failure, she was approached by New York Athletic Club, who encouraged her to join them and remain in the sport.

2010

Her throwing improved the following year and she was the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) champion in the weight throw and shot put and reached eleventh in the former event at the NCAA Indoor Championships. In 2010, she earned NCAA All-American honours in the weight throw and shot put indoors and the hammer throw outdoors (taking fourth at the 2010 NCAA Outdoors). That season she set bests of 16.30 m (53 ft 5  ⁄2  in) for the shot put, 20.48 m (67 ft 2  ⁄4  in) for the weight throw and 62.55 m (205 ft 2  ⁄2  in) for the hammer throw.

Berry’s international debut for the United States came at the 2010 NACAC Under-23 Championships in Athletics. She took the hammer bronze, behind Heather Steacy and fellow Salukis athlete Jeneva McCall.

2007

Born to Michael Berry and Laura Hayes, she grew up in Florissant, Missouri and attended McCluer High School. While there she was a basketball player but started taking part in track in the off-season and competed in the triple jump. She began studying for a degree in psychology and criminal justice at Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2007. She took up throwing events for the Southern Illinois Salukis collegiate team and came fourth in the hammer throw at the 2008 USA Junior Championships.

1989

Gwendolyn Denise “Gwen” Berry (born June 29, 1989) is an American track and field athlete who specializes in the hammer throw. Her mark of 77.78 m (255 ft 2 in) on June 8, 2018, ranks her #5 on the all time list. She also holds the world record in the weight throw with a mark of 25.60 m (83 ft 11  ⁄4  in) set in March 2017. She is a three-time national champion in the weight throw at the USA Indoor Track and Field Championships. She was the gold medallist in the hammer at the 2014 Pan American Sports Festival. She is also the 2019 Pan American Games Champion.

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