Mat Fraser Net Worth:$3 Million
|Net Worth:||$3 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Jan 25, 1990 (32 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Kingston, Ontario, Canada|
Mathew Edward Fraser is a retired Canadian-American professional CrossFit athlete, competing from 2014 to 2020. Fraser is the first athlete to have won five CrossFit Games titles, winning the 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 CrossFit Games consecutively. He is widely considered to be the most dominant ever male athlete in the sport of CrossFit.
Mat Fraser net worth: Mat Fraser is a professional CrossFit athlete with a net worth of $3 million. He is one of the most successful Crossfit athletes of all time. He is the first person in history to win five Crossfit games. He won the CrossFit Games in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Fraser has a background in Olympic weightlifting and was a junior national champion. He made his debut at the 2014 CrossFit Games and took second place after a strong performance.He was a favorite to win in 2015 with the retirement of four-time defending champion Rich Froning Jr., but was edged out in the final event by Ben Smith. The following year, Fraser took first place by a record margin, and won all the following four CrossFit Games. The 2020 Games were his final Games, which he won with a greatly extended record margin of victory of 545 points, and set a record of five consecutive championships wins.
Mat Fraser Wiki:
|Birth name||Mathew Edward Fraser|
|Born||January 25, 1990 (age 32)|
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
|Education||University of Vermont|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (168 cm)|
|Weight||195 lb (88 kg)|
Mat Fraser was born in Kingston, Canada in January 1990. Mat Fraser was born to Canadian Olympic figure skaters Don Fraser and Candace Jones in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and spent his early childhood in Sharbot Lake.
His mother worked as a doctor while his father was a stay-at-home dad. The family moved to Colchester, Vermont in the United States where Fraser attended schools. He was athletic from a young age, learning to swim when he was one, water-skiing at 18 months, downhill when two, and can walk on hands for a dozen paces when he was seven.
He played football in middle school, but became interested in weightlifting when he was 12 years old after a coach saw him trying to compete with a friend lifting weights, and introduced him to a weightlifting coach who taught him how to lift weights with proper techniques.
After graduating from Colchester High School, he started to train full time in Olympic weightlifting at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado as a resident athlete on scholarship
Fraser’s background is in Olympic weightlifting but he injured his back in 2009 and switched to CrossFit.
After his surgery, Fraser enrolled at the Olympic Education Center at Northern Michigan University to study math and physics while he was on his rehabilitation.He gave up weightlifting as a sport after two years in Michigan, and went to Rocky Mountain House in Alberta to work on the oil fields for four months.before returning to Vermont to start a double major course in mechanical engineering and engineering management and a double minor in math and business at the University of Vermont in Burlington.
Fraser started training in a CrossFit gym when he was 22, and competed in CrossFit events in 2013, but initially, he competed only to earn some pocket money while he was studying.
Although he had originally intended to pursue a career in engineering, a stint as a summer intern in an aerospace company in 2014 convinced him to focus on CrossFit.By the time he graduated with degrees in engineering and business in May 2016, he had established himself enough as a CrossFit athlete to commit to the sport full time
He won five Regional championships in the North East region in 2014, the East region in 2015, 2016, and 2017, and the Central region in 2018.
Fraser finished in second place at the 2014 and 2015 CrossFit Games. He was the second person ever to win four consecutive CrossFit Games titles (2016 – 2019), Rich Froning Jr. was the first.
Before 2015 he did not have a strict diet and would be known to eat an entire pint of ice cream or a half of a dozen donuts. He now eats five big meals a day and has lost 10 pounds.