Jennifer Abel : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Bio
Jennifer Abel is a Canadian diver know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||23 August 1991|
|Place of Birth||Montreal, Canada|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Jacques-André Abel, Sylvie Danis|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Last Update||July 2021|
Jennifer Abel is a Canadian diver. She is currently partnered with Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu for synchronized diving. She won an Olympic bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the 3 m synchro diving event with Émilie Heymans and a silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics in the same event with Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu.
Abel is a four-time Commonwealth Games champion in the 1 m and 3 m synchronized springboard; and is also a three-time Pan American Games champion in the 3 m springboard and 3 m synchronized springboard.
Early Life and Family
Jennifer Abel is born on 23 August 1991 in Montreal, Canada. Her Parents name is Jacques-André Abel, Sylvie Danis and sibling name is Andy Abel.
Jennifer Abel Husband
MyKayla Skinner is not married yet but She is in a relationship with David Lemieux, former IBF middleweight boxing champion.There is not much information available on social media about her personal life.
Jennifer Abel Net Worth
Jennifer Abel is a Canadian diver. She is currently partnered with Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu for synchronized diving who has an estimated Net Worth of $1.5 Million in 2021.
Abel became one of Canada's youngest ever divers when she had her debut Olympics at the age of 16 in the 2008 Summer Olympics. Though failing to medal at the Olympic games that year, Abel did achieve success together with partner Emilie Heymans on the Grand Prix circuit, winning several medals.Their work together would continue after that and Abel would gain from Heymans' experience which would build through to more Grand Prix medals through to 2010.
She became the 2010 Commonwealth Games champion in both the 1 m springboard and the 3 m synchro springboard with Émilie Heymans as well as holding a 2010 Commonwealth silver in the 3 m springboard. After her positive results she said that "This was my first Commonwealth Games and I didn't expect to win so many medals. It shows I'm on the right track for the Olympics."
In 2011, Abel also has achieved a bronze medal and a silver medal from the world championships in the 3 m springboard and the 3 m synchro again with Heymans. She then went on to win a silver with Heymans at the 2011 Pan American Games in the 3-metre synchro event. For the year of 2011, Abel was named the Aquatic Federation of Canada's female athlete of the year.
At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she won a bronze medal, with her partner Heymans, in the 3 m springboard synchronized diving event.On winning her first Olympic medal at the age of 20, Abel said "Since the beginning of the year we’ve been really nervous about that moment. I think it takes time to just calm down and just realize it."
Abel competed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, she and partner Pamela Ware won the silver medal in 3 m synchro springboard. She next competed in the 1 m springboard where she won the gold medal. Abel finished with a silver medal in the 3 m single springboard event, completing a three medal games for her. At the 2016 Summer Olympics Abel finished a frustrating fourth in both the solo and synchro 3 m springboard events.
Following her disappointing results at the 2016 Olympics, Abel began competing with new partner Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu. At the 2017 World Aquatics Championships they partnered to a silver medal together in their first year in the women's 3-metre synchro springboard event. Abel also partnered with François Imbeau-Dulac in the mixed 3-metre synchro springboard where they won bronze.
Individually, Abel also won a bronze medal at these Championships, diving to bronze medal in the 3-metre springboard. With these three medals Abel tied Alexandre Despatie for the most medals by a Canadian at the FINA World Championships.She has qualified to represent Canada at the 2020 Summer Olympics.