Brandon Starc : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career

Brandon Starc is an Australian high jumper know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career

Brandon Starc : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
Brandon Starc
  Bio
Name Brandon Starc
Birthdate ( Age) 24 November 1993
Place of Birth Baulkham Hills, Australia
Marital Status  Married
Wife/Partner Laura Turner
Children Not Known
Parents Name Not Known
Siblings Mitchell Starc
Profession Australian high jumper
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update July 2021

Brandon Starc is an Australian high jumper.As a 16 year old he won a silver medal at the inaugural 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore with a +9cm personal best of 2.19m. 

 Brandon Starc with wife Laura Turner

He won the Gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Starc currently trains in Sydney, Australia, under the tutelage of his coach Alex Stewart

Early Life and Family

Brandon Starc is an Australian high jump athlete. He was born on November 24, 1993 in Baulkham Hills, NSW, Australia. Brandon did his high school at The Hills Sports High School in Seven Hills.Starc is the younger brother of Australian cricketer Mitchell Starc and brother-in-law of Australian women's cricket wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy.

Even though he wasn't so sure about high jump as his preferred choice of sport, he gave it a try. After three years of practice, upon the insistence of his high school athletics coordinator, Brandon started training seriously.It was a surprisingly great start for the young Brandon. At the age of 16, he clinched a silver medal at the inaugural 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore with a personal best of 2.19m.

Brandon Starc Wife

Brandon Starc is married Man. He Married with fellow athlete Laura Turner. The in no information about there children on social media.His wife Laura Starc has represented Australia in athletics and won silver in the 4x100m relay event at the 2014 Golden Grand Prix in Tokyo, Japan. (Laura Turner Facebook profile, 03 Apr 2016; theaustralian.com.au, 13 Feb 2016; icc-cricket.com, 29 Mar 2015; SportsDeskOnline, 20 Feb 2020

Brandon Starc Net Worth

Brandon Starc is an Australian high jumper who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Brandon won silver with a personal best of 2.19m on his international debut at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in 2010.He was placed eight in the Commonwealth Games in 2014, a year later he raised his record to 2.30m, before clearing 2.31m in the qualifying round at the world championships. This earned him a place in the finals, as he became the first Australian since Tim Forsyth in 1997 to enter the world championship finals.

Selected for the 2016 Rio Olympics, he cleared the qualifying round with 2.29m to progress to the finals, where he was ranked 15th.Due to a shin injury in 2017, he was short of qualification for the world championship.His best height since Rio - 2.28m, came at the 2018 Commonwealth Games trials. With a personal best of 2.32m, the Aussie won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

In the same year, Starc added 3cm to his personal best after crossing 2.36m in Germany. This was the highest leap by an Australian for 21 years and moved him to equal third in the world. Five days later, Starc won the 2018 Diamond League finals and went on to win the Continental Cup.

Despite his injury in 2019, he was placed sixth in the finals. He altered his run-up for the high jump by shortening it by two steps in 2019. “I have changed my run-up from last year [speaking in 2019]. I had a massive run-up. Two of my last four competitions the stadiums were too small, so I had to shorten my run-up by two steps. That kind of influenced the change. We have tried it and it seems to be going well. 

It worked. It is going to save me some feeling in the legs. I know it is only two steps, but it all adds up. You never know how many jumps you are going to do in a competition. This could make me jump higher. You ask how do you take it to the next level, by trying things," he told The Australian.In 2021, he won his fourth national high jump title and qualified for the Olympics with a jump of 2.33m.

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