Alicia Sacramone Net Worth: Fun facts, Salary, House, Wiki, Age, height, Biography

Alicia Sacramone Net Worth:$10 Million

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:Dec 3, 1987 (33 years old)
Height:5 ft (1.54 m)
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Alicia Sacramone is a retired American gymnast. Alicia Sacramone has a net worth of $10 million.

Alicia Sacramone net worth 2022:

Alicia Sacramone net worth is $10 million. She won a silver medal with the United States team at the 2008 Summer Olympics. With a total of 11 World Championship and Olympic medals, Sacramone is the fourth most decorated U.S. female gymnast, behind Simone Biles (30), Shannon Miller (16), and Nastia Liukin

Alicia Sacramone Wiki:

Full nameAlicia Marie Sacramone
Country represented United States
BornDecember 3, 1987 (age 34)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
HometownWinchester, Massachusetts, U.S.
ResidenceFort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.
Height5 ft 1 in (1.55 m)
DisciplineWomen’s artistic gymnastics
LevelSenior International Elite
Years on national team2002–2008, 2010–2012 
ClubBrestyan’s American Gymnastics
College teamBrown Bears
Head coach(es)Mihai Brestyan
Assistant coach(es)Silvia Brestyan
Music300 Violin Orchestra/Heart of Courage Mix (2011)
RetiredJanuary 29, 2013

Sacramone was born in Boston on December 3, 1987,to parents Fred, an orthodontist, and Gail Sacramone, a hairstylist and salon owner.She is of Italian descent and has an older brother, Jonathan. She graduated from Winchester High School in 2006.

She started dancing at 5 and training in gymnastics when she was 8 years old. Alicia started competing in elite ranks in 2002 and in 2003 she joined the United States national team.

At the 2003 National Championships, Sacramone placed 14th in the all-around, won a bronze medal on floor exercise, and placed fourth on vault, earning a spot on the national team.

She participated in her first international competition as a senior, the Massilia Gym Cup in Marseille, France, where she placed fourth on floor and ninth on vault.

In 2004, Sacramone helped the U.S. win a team gold medal at the Pacific Alliance Championships in Honolulu and won the individual vault title.

Her performances caught the attention of the media, which began to mention her as a contender for the American team at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.

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At US National Championships from 2004 to 2008 she won 12 medals including four Golds on vault and two Golds on floor exercise.

She also won seven medals including two Golds at World Championships from 2005 to 2007.

Sacramone won a team silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. She won the National Championship on vault in 2010 and another World Title on vault in the 2010 World Championships.

Alicia was won 10 World medals, the most of any U.S. gymnast. She graduated from Winchester High School and attended Brown University. She retired in 2009 but made a comeback. After she was not named to the Olympic team in 2012 she suggested that she would likely retire.

Alicia and Nastia Liukin became the first female athletes to be CoverGirl spokes models in 2008. She has appeared in a commercial for Gatorade and as a spokeswoman for Team 24 Fitness.

Alicia Sacramone wife, Childrens:

Sacramone got engaged to former Notre Dame and NFL quarterback Brady Quinn in August 2013 and they married in March 2014.

On August 6, 2016, she announced the birth of their first daughter, Sloan Scott Quinn, on Instagram.

They welcomed their second daughter, Teagan Marie Quinn, on July 6, 2018. Their third daughter, Cassidy Nicole Quinn, was born on February 12, 2020.

Fun facts about Alicia Sacramone

She competed under the name Alicia Sacramone, but when she married NFL player Brady Quinn on March 8, 2014, she changed her name. She now goes by Alicia Quinn.

In 2006 and 2007, Quinn competed in three events in the pressure-packed world team finals and brought in stellar scores every time.

Quinn competed for one of the most difficult vaults in the world: a front handspring Rudi (1.5 twists). She also performed a front tuck to immediate back tuck on beam, and a full-in and Arabian double front on the floor.

Quinn made the 2008 Olympic team but had disappointing games. She missed qualifying for the floor finals and fell on the beam and the floor during the team finals.