Alicia Sacramone Net Worth

Alicia Sacramone is an American artistic gymnast, who is famous for having won ten World Championship medals. She has also won a silver medal in team competition at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Currently, she has a net worth of $8 million.

Alicia Sacramone is the daughter of Fred and Gail Sacramone, and she was born on December 3, 1987. At the age of five, she started dancing and performing various forms of gymnastics. In her early adolescence, she began to train at a dance school. A few years later, she joined a gymnastics team. She went on to compete in her first international competition in 2004. Her performances in that event were impressive, and she ranked 14th in all-around competition. After that, she joined the national team.

During her career, Alicia Sacramone won several medals at the National Championships and the Pacific Alliance Championships. In 2011, she won two more medals at the U.S. National Championships. Additionally, she won a bronze medal at the 2007 World Championships. By the end of 2011, Alicia had won a total of ten medals at the World Championships. Moreover, she became the second-most decorated female American gymnast in the history of the World Championships.

Alicia Sacramone has a net worth of $8 million, which she earned from her professional career as a gymnast. She has earned her money through brand endorsements and a successful career in international matches. Previously, she had no active financial involvement in her personal life. However, since her retirement from competitive swimming, she has been a spokeswoman for a fitness company.

Alicia Sacramone was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and attended Winchester High School. She then enrolled at Browns University. Following her graduation, she became a spokesmodel for the fitness company CoverGirl. Eventually, she signed with Under Armour. As a spokesmodel for the company, she earned a contract and was the first female athlete to be featured in a fashion magazine.

Before her first competition, Alicia was told that she was expected to compete in the 2004 Olympic Games. After her performance, she cried during the award ceremony. Several mistakes in her bar routine, however, ended her chances. But she still made the Pan American Individual Event Championships, which gave her a chance to compete at the 2011 World Cup Finals. Afterward, she returned to the Elite level after five months. Ultimately, she was able to earn a silver medal in floor exercise and a bronze medal on vault. Having become the second most decorated female American gymnast in the World Championships, Alicia has received several awards. One of them is her selection as Sportsperson of the Year.

Alicia Sacramone has been inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame has also named her as Sportsperson of the Year. It has been rumored that Alicia Sacramone is planning on competing in the 2012 Summer Olympics. If she is able to make the team, she could become the fourth-most-decorated American female gymnast in the history of the sport.