Steven Bradbury, an Australian speed skater, is well-known for his unlikely victory in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. He won the gold medal after all of the competitors fell over, making his way for his success. Steven’s win made him a folk hero, and the Australian government honored his win with Order of Australia.
As of 2019, Steven is returning to action in the reality TV Show, Australian Survivor: Champions vs. Contenders to win the prize money of $500,000.
Here’s everything about Steven Bradbury’s career, net worth, married, wife, nationality, age, and so on.
|Birth Name||Steven John Bradbury|
|Birthday||14th October 1973|
|Birthplace||Camden, NSW, Australia|
|Height||5 feet 9 inches|
|Profession||Speed Skater and TV Personality|
|Married/Wife||Yes/ Amanda Bradbury|
|Children||Ryen Bradbury, Flynn Bradbury, and Eryn Bradbury|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
Who is Steven Bradbury’s wife?
Steven’s professional life as a speed skater is no secret to the public as they know every detail of his career. However, his personal life is a bit secret as he does not use social media to post pictures of his family. We do know that Steven is a married man to a lovely woman named Amanda Bradbury.
Although the details of their marriage date and location are not available, Steven and Amanda are parents to their three beautiful children named, Ryen, Flynn, and Eryn.
Steven Bradbury: Career
Steven made his professional start to his speed skater career with his participation in the World Championships in 1991 and Winter Olympics in 1992. In 1991, he was part of the group that won Australia’s first World Championship but only made the bench in the Winter Olympics.
In the 1994 Winter Olympics, Steven was part of the short track relay team that won an Olympic bronze medal. Alongside Andrew Murtha, Kiera Hansen, and Nizielski, they became Australia’s first winter Olympic medalists. In the 1994 world championship in Montreal, Steven got severely injured after opponents blade sliced his right thigh and needed 18 months to recover.
In the 2002 Winter Olympics, Steven became an unlikely gold medalist in the short track 1000m event. He made his way into the semifinals after one of the players was disqualified. And from semi-final onwards, his strategy was to maintain his balance and hope for others to crash. Steven’s plan did work out as other competitors crashed and paved him a way to win the gold medal.
In his country, many newspapers hailed him as the underdog who never gave up till the end. However, he retired after the 2002 Winter Olympics, and the Australian government honored him with Order of Australia in 2007.
Steven Bradbury: TV Show, American Survivor, and Net Worth
After retirement, Steven became a commentator for TV Networks like Channel Nine and Foxtel and commentated in the 2006 and 2010 Winter Olympics. In 2005, he was one of the contestants in the show, Dancing with Stars. As of 2019, Steven will be participating in the Australian TV Show, Australian Survivor intending to win the $500,000 prize money.
Steven’s career as a speed skater was memorable and made lots of money in his career. However, his net worth figure is not made public.
Steven Bradbury: Wiki-bio
Steven was born in Camden, New South Wales, Australia, in the year 1973, which makes his age 45. He is Australian by nationality. Although the details of his parents and siblings are not available. Steven completed his education from Griffith College.
Steven celebrates his birthday every year on 14th October, and his birth sign is Libra.