Gable Steveson : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
Gable Steveson is an American freestyle and folk style wrestler know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||31 May 2000|
|Place of Birth||Apple Valley, Minnesota, United States|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Korean-born New Zealand professional golfer|
|Net Worth||$2 million - $5 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Gable Dan Steveson is an American freestyle and folkstyle wrestler who competes at heavyweight.In freestyle, Steveson claimed the 2020 Summer Olympic Games gold medal after defeating three-time and reigning World Champion Geno Petriashvili in the finale, and defeating defending Olympic champion Taha Akgül earlier in the tournament.
As a collegiate wrestler, Steveson is a Dan Hodge Trophy winner, the reigning NCAA Division I National Champion, a two-time Big Ten Conference champion (three-time finalist) and a two–time All-American out of the University of Minnesota.
Early Life and Family
Steveson was born in Portage, Indiana, where he started wrestling as soon as he could walk, following his two older brother's footsteps.His name Gable Dan was given by his mother after legendary wrestler Dan Gable.After winning multiple youth-level national tournaments, the Steveson family moved to Apple Valley, Minnesota when Gable was in the seventh grade, so he and his brother Bobby could compete for powerhouse Apple Valley High School.
As a 13-year old, Steveson reached the 195-pound state finals with a 39–2 record, but was defeated to claim second place, losing his last high school match.After that season, Steveson racked up four state titles and a 171 match win-streak, with his last two state tournaments lasting a combined 28 seconds.In freestyle, Steveson claimed multiple age-group World Championships.The top-recruit, he chose to commit to remain local and attend the University of Minnesota.
Gable Steveson Wife
Gable Steveson is not married yet.Like most celebrities,He tries to keep his personal and love life private so there is not much information available about his relationship status and personal life.He is focussing his career yet.
Gable Steveson Net Worth
Gable Dan Steveson is an American freestyle and folkstyle wrestler who competes at heavyweight who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million - $5 million in 2021.
Steveson started his freshman season using a redshirt, winning titles at the Daktronics and Bison Open tournaments. Since his redshirt was pulled in November,he compiled an undefeated 14–0 record in dual meets and a Cliff Keen Invitational title during regular season, with multiple wins over high ranked opponents, most notably second-ranked Derek White in his collegiate debut.
Entering the B1G championships as the top-seed, he opened up with a technical fall and two decisions to make it to the finals, where he faced second-seeded Anthony Cassar from Penn State. He lost to Cassar by one point, marking his first defeat in folkstyle since eighth grade.
At the 2019 NCAA Division I National Championships, he made it to the semifinals, where he was once again defeated by Cassar by the same 4–3 score.He then won two more matches to claim third place and All-American status.
Steveson made his senior-level debut at the US Open on April 24.He reached the quarterfinals in the championship bracket, where he lost to three-time NCAA All-American Adam Coon. In the consolation bracket he won three consecutive matches to contest for the bronze medal, where he lost by criteria to the top seed.
He then competed at the World Team Trials Challenge on May 18. As the third seed, he defeated the sixth and second seeds respectively to make it to the challenge finals, where he was defeated, placing fourth overall.
Steveson made his return to the senior level a year later at the 2019 World Team Trials Challenge.He bested the seventh, third and top seeds to make it to the best-of-three, where he defeated Adam Coon by technical fall and decision respectively, showing major improvements comparing his performances against Coon at the 2018 US Open and at this event.
At Final X: Rutgers, he competed twice against two-time World medalist Nick Gwiazdowski, whom he lost to by criteria in both matches.
Steveson then made his international senior debut at the Alexander Medved Prizes in August, where he placed second to Khasanboy Rakhimov.In his last competition of the year, Steveson added a gold medal to his credit from the Bill Farrell Memorial International, after outscoring four opponents 32 points to 4, qualifying for the 2020 US Olympic Team Trials.