Sarah Storey : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Education

Sarah Storey is a British Paralympic cyclist and former swimmer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Education

Sarah Storey : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Education
Sarah Storey
  Bio
Name Sarah Storey
Birthdate ( Age) 26 October 1977 
Place of Birth Eccles, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Barney Storey (m. 2007)
Children Louisa Marie
Parents Leeds Beckett University
Education Leeds Beckett University
Profession British Paralympic cyclist and former swimmer
Net Worth $2.5 million
Last Update August 2021

Dame Sarah Joanne Storey, DBE is a British Paralympic cyclist and former swimmer. She is a multiple gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games in both sports, and six times British national track champion. 

Storey's major achievements also include being a 29-time World champion  a 21-time European champion and holding 75 world records.

Early Life and Family

Storey was born Sarah Bailey in Manchester without a functioning left hand after her arm became entangled in the umbilical cord in the womb and the hand did not develop as normal.In April 2019 Storey was appointed Active Travel Commissioner for the Sheffield City Region.

Sarah Storey Husband 

Storey married tandem pilot and coach Barney Storey in 2017.Storey gave birth to a daughter on 30 June 2013.The couple have a child together.She and her husband live in Disley, Cheshire.

Sarah Storey Net Worth

Dame Sarah Joanne Storey, DBE is a British Paralympic cyclist and former swimmer who has an estimated Net Worth arround $2.5 million in 2021. 

Professional Career

Sarah Storey Paralympic career start as a swimmer,winning two golds, three silvers and a bronze in Barcelona in 1992. She continued swimming in the next three Paralympic Games before switching to cycling in 2005, reputedly because of a persisting ear infection.At the 2008 Paralympic Games, her fifth, Storey won the individual pursuit – in a time that would have been in the top eight at the Olympic final – and the road

Sarah  also competes against non-disabled athletes and won the 3 km national track pursuit championship in 2008, eight days after taking the Paralympic title and defended her title in 2009.In 2014, she added a third national track title with a win in the points race.

Sarah qualified to join the England team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, where she was "the first disabled cyclist to compete for England at the Commonwealth Games", against non-disabled cyclists.She was also the second Paralympic athlete overall competing for England at the Games, following archer Danielle Brown earlier in Delhi.

In 2011, Storey competed for one of the three places in the GB squad for the women's team pursuit at the 2012 Olympic Games. Although she was in the winning team for the World Cup event in Cali, Colombia in December 2011,she was informed afterwards that she was being dropped from the team pursuit squad.

London's 2012 Paralympics Games saw Storey win Britain's first gold medal, in the women's individual C5 pursuit. She went on to win three more gold medals, one in the Time Trial C4–5 500m,one in the Individual Road Time Trial C5and finally one in the Individual Road Race C4–5.

In 2014, Sarah  and her husband Barney Storey founded the Pearl Izumi Sports Tours International women's amateur cycling team, supporting the charity Boot Out Breast Cancer. The team fielded squads in the 2014 and 2015 British road race seasons.

Sarah Storey attempted to break the world hour record at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London on 28 February 2015. She set a distance of 45.502 km, which was 563m short of Leontien Zijlaard-van Moorsel's 2003 overall world record – however Storey's distance did set a new world record in the C5 Paralympic cycling class as well as a new British record.In the Rio 2016 Paralympics Storey became Britain's most successful female paralympian when she won the C5 3000m individual pursuit final.