Damian Warner

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Damian Warner

Damian Warner

Damian Warner – Biography

Damian Warner was born in London, Ontario, Canada on November 4, 1989. On Popular Bio, Damian Warner is one of the most successful Track And Field. Damian Warner is one of the Richest Track And Fields who was born in Canadian.

Damian Warner also has a position on the list of the Most popular Track And Field. Warner is 1 of the most famous people in our database at the age of 33 years old.

Short Profile
First NameDamian
Last NameWarner
ProfessionTrack And Field
Age33 years old
Birth SignScorpio
Birth DateNovember 4, 1989
Birth PlaceLondon, Ontario, Canada

What is the Net Worth of Damian Warner? Salary, Earnings

Damian Warner estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, lifestyle & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Damian Warner in 2021-2022?

According to Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb & Various Online resources, famous Track And Field Damian Warner’s net worth is $1-5 Million. Damian Warner earned the money being a professional Track And Field. Warner is from Canadian.

Damian Warner’s Net Worth:
$1-5 Million

Estimated Net Worth in 2022$1-5 Million
Previous Year’s Net Worth (2021)Under Review
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source Track And Field (profession).
Net Worth Verification StatusNot Verified

Body Measurements – Height, Weight

Damian Warner is a pleasant and attractive man. He stands 1.84 m tall or 6 ft 1 in and weighs 83 KG. His physique is athletic. His additional bodily measurements are currently unavailable.

Damian Warner – Professional Career

  • Damian Warner won silver in the decathlon at the 2010 Canadian championships at the age of twenty, with a final score of 7449.
  • His winning performance of 8107 in the 2012 championships fell short of the Olympic A qualifying level of 8200, but he was chosen to represent Canada in the 2012 Summer Olympics due to his perceived future potential.
  • He finished fifth in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, with a total of 8442 points, a 335-point improvement over his previous best performance.
  • Starting his 2013 season, he won the high-profile Hypo Meeting with a score of 8307 points, including personal bests of 2.09 m in the high jump and 62.84 m in the javelin throw.
  • He subsequently went on to win the bronze medal in the 2013 World Athletics Championships. After receiving his medal, he stated “All of the hard work my instructors and I have done in over the last few years has paid off. When I finished 18th in 2011 and witnessed the three medalists sprinting around the track with their country’s flags draped over their shoulders, I told my coaches that I wanted to be like them, it was a wonderful feeling to achieve that.”
  • He finished his 2013 season with a triumph at the Decastar meeting, scoring 8161 points.
  • He competed in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasglow, Scotland, where he won the decathlon with a score of 8,282, his first decathlon of the year after being sidelined with an ankle injury for much of the year.
  • Warner competed in the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, where he set national and Pan American Games records with a score of 8,626.
  • He traveled to the 2015 World Athletics Championships barely one month after winning in Toronto.
  • Warner also set a new national record (8695 points) and took silver behind Ashton Eaton’s world record performance.
  • He competed in the decathlon at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Initially, in second place behind Ashton Eaton, he slid to third place by the end of the first day due to a push by France’s Kevin Mayer and disappointing performances in the shot throw and high jump.
  • Following a first-place result in the 100-meter hurdles the next day, he reclaimed the second position, but then fell behind Mayer again.
  • He finished third, behind Eaton and Mayer, and was awarded the bronze medal. In addition, he became the second Canadian to earn a decathlon medal, following Dave Steen at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
  • He competed in the 2017 IAAF World Championships but was quarantined after contracting the norovirus.
    He was then nominated to Canada’s Commonwealth Games team for 2018. Warner fell from first to sixth place after failing to clear any height during the pole vault.
  • He did, however, win his fourth (and third consecutive) Hypo-Meeting, setting a new Canadian record.
  • As of May 2019, he had won his sixth Hypo-Meeting, making him one of only three athletes to have done so.
  • Following that, he competed in the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, attempting to retain his 2015 championship, finishing 273 points ahead of Grenada’s silver medalist Lindon Victor.
  • He finished the season by competing in the decathlon at the 2019 World Championships in Doha.
  • He finished tenth in the sector, one second slower than his personal best time, and fell to third overall, trailing a surging Niklas Kaul of Germany and Estonia’s Maisel Uibo. This was his third medal in the World Championships.
  • The COVID-19 outbreak forced the cancellation of the 2020 international athletic season as well as the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics.
  • He returned to competition at the 2021 Hypo-Meeting, where he became the first man to win six event titles, setting his third decathlon best, this time in the long jump, at 8.28m, as well as a new personal and national record in total points, with 8,995 points.
  • Warner then competed in the decathlon event at the 2020 Summer Olympics, where he established an Olympic Games record on day one by replicating his world decathlon best time of 10.12 in the 100 m sprint.
  • He came in third place, trailing Australian Ashley Moloney and fellow Canadian Pierce LePage. Warner was in top place at the halfway mark with 4722 points, 81 points ahead of Moloney.
  • He opened the second day of the Olympic decathlon by running the 110 m hurdles in 13.46 seconds, one-tenth of a second slower than his season-best but an Olympic record, his third of the competition.
  • Furthermore, he opened with a 48.67 m discus throw, which was the third-best in the field, ahead of Mayer.
  • In the afternoon competition, his best javelin throw covered 63.44 m, which was near to his personal best.
  • Furthermore, he threw a new personal best distance of 73.09, gaining 147 points on Warner, although Warner still led by 214 points heading into the last 1500 m competition.
  • He finished sixth in that part, winning the gold medal, and became the fourth decathlete to earn over 9000 points with a score of 9018, setting a new Olympic record.
  • With this achievement, he became the second Canadian male, after Andre De Grasse, to win a medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

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Facts About Damian Warner

  • Damian Warner’s age 33 years old.
  • Birthday November 4, 1989.
  • Birth Sign Scorpio.
  • Damian Warner is ranked on the list of 297 popular Track And Field.

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