Daniel Yule Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Facts, Children, Wiki Bio

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Daniel Yule Net Worth and Parents – Daniel Yule is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer born to his parents Andrew ( Father ) and  Anita ( Mother ) know all about him in this Blog.

Daniel Yule is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer and specializes in slalom. Born in Martigny, Valais, he is of Scottish parentage.Yule rose quickly to make his World Cup debut in the 2012 season in Kitzbühel at the age of 18, he had achieved his first points at the European Cup level just a month earlier.

Daniel Yule Quick Facts

Real Name Daniel Yule
Date of Birth 18 February 1993
Age ( As per 2022 ) 28 years
Place of Birth Orsières, Switzerland
Nationality Swiss
Ethnicity Not Known
Marital Status Not Married
Spouse / Partner Not kNown
Children Not Yet
Mother Name  Anita
Father Name  Andrew
Siblings Not KNown
Education College of St Maurice (SUI)
Profession Alpine ski racer
Last Update February 2022

Daniel Yule Family, Parents

Daniel Yule was Bornon 18 February 1993 in Orsières, Switzerland. His parents anem is Andrew ( Father ) and Anita ( Mother ). He has two siblings Sister, Verbier and Brother, Alastair. He complete hid graduation from the College of St Maurice (SUI).

He was born in Switzerland to a British father and a Scottish mother, both of whom were schoolteachers and recreational skiers. His father wanted to study French and decided to stay in Switzerland because he enjoyed Valais so much. He obtained citizenship in order to compete for Switzerland.

Daniel Yule Wife, Is Daniel Yule Married

Daniel Yule Wife

He is Not Married yet.He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

Daniel Yule Net Worth

Daniel Yule has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2022.He earn alot from his career as a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer. He participate in many championship.

Daniel Yule Career

Yule progressed fast through the ranks, making his World Cup debut in Kitzbühel in 2012 at the age of 18, just a month after scoring his first points in the European Cup. He became a World Cup regular for the 2014 season after a year of excellent results in the European Cup.

Yule earned his first World Cup points in the third slalom of the season, which was moved to Bormio, after winning his first European Cup victory in the early 2014 season. On the same slope where he made his World Cup debut, he achieved his breakthrough result.

The 2015 season was to be the first which Yule concentrated on the World Cup, although Yule did claim back-to-back victories in the two European Cup slaloms in Chamonix. He was able to find consistency in his skiing at the World Cup level, achieving points in 7 of the first 8 races of the season. Yule finished tenth three times; in Levi, Zagreb, and Schladming. and with those results, he fulfilled the selection criteria for the World Championships. His run in the slalom at the Championships ended very quickly, as he skied out of the course after only three gates. Yule’s season results were enough to qualify for the World Cup Finals for the first time, and he finished the slalom tour in 16th as highest ranked Swiss in the discipline.

Although Yule won back-to-back European Cup slaloms in Chamonix, the 2015 season would be the first in which he focused solely on the World Cup. At the World Cup level, he was able to find consistency in his skiing, scoring points in seven of the first eight events of the season. Yule finished tenth in Levi, Zagreb, and Schladming all three times.

Yule started the year well, finishing tenth in the season’s opening slalom in Val-d’Isère after the season opener in Levi was cancelled. Yule earned his first World Cup podium results in 2018, finishing third in Kitzbühel and Schladming.

Yule finished fifth in Levi and sixth in Saalbach-Hinterglemm to begin his 2019 season. After placing fourth in the first run, he won his first World Cup race in the Madonna di Campiglio night slalom. He profited from the straddling of Marcel Hirscher and Henrik Kristoffersen. Yule’s victory marked the first time a Swiss male skier has won a World Cup slalom since Marc Gini took first place in Reiteralm in November 2007.