Ryan Crouser girlfriend Megan Clarke is probably his future wife. They are together for years now. Explore his measurements and net worth details.
Ryan is an American shot putter and discus thrower. He is a gold medal holder at Tokyo Olympics 2020.
He is also the world record holder in the shot-put, both indoor and outdoor. Before at Rio Olympics 2016, he bench pressed 225lbs more than 40 times.
Ryan is arguably one of the greatest American athletes of this decade, having shattered national and international records. Ryan has been bringing medals home right from a young age.
Ryan Crouser Wife: Is He Married?
Ryan is likely to share his wedding vows with his girlfriend Megan Clarke – his future wife.
The gorgeous duo has been together and supporting each other. But they have not mentioned details of their marriage yet. Ryan’s partner Megan is also a track and field athlete. We can go through his Instagram profile to see their amazing pictures.
Discussing more on his life, Crouser’s parents are Mitch Crourser And Lisa Crourser.
His father was an alternative for discus during the 1984 Los Angeles Games. Ryan loves fishing with his dad in his free time.
Ryan Crouser also has one younger brother, Matt Crouser.
Further, Ryan is aware of his privacy and has not talked more about his personal life.
Ryan Crouser Height And Weight
Ryan Crouser’s height is 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m).
And Ryan’s weight is measured at around 145kg (320lbs).
Ryan was born in Portland, Oregon, the United States, on December 18, 1992. He was born into an athletic family. His uncle, Brian Crouser, qualified for the US Olympic team for javelin.
A college freshman, Brian got the NCAA javelin title in 1982.
Also, Crouser is of American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
What Is Ryan Crouser Net Worth?
Ryan Crouser has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.
Crouser has gathered a huge amount of money from his career.
Ryan opened his title defense in the men’s shot put final with an Olympic record of 22.83 meters on his first competition throw. He did better it two more times and ended the day with a 23.30-meter toss for the second-farthest throw in history and a second Olympic gold.
He is a verified athlete user with the username @rcrouser.