Suni Lee : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend , Education and Siblings

Suni Lee is an American artistic gymnast know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend , Education and Siblings

Suni Lee : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend , Education and Siblings
Suni Lee
  Bio
Name Sunisa Lee
Birthdate ( Age) 9 March 2003
Place of Birth Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Marital Status  Not Married Yet
Husband/Partner Not Known 
Children Not Yet
Parents Yeev Thoj, John Lee
Siblings Evionn, Lucky, and Noah
Nationality American
Profession American artistic gymnast
Net Worth $1 Million
Last Update July 2021

Sunisa "Suni" Lee is an American artistic gymnast and part of the United States women's national gymnastics team. She was a member of the team that won gold at the 2019 World Championships, where she also won silver on the floor exercise and bronze on the uneven bars.

She won three medals at the USA Gymnastics National Championships during her first year as a senior elite gymnast, including a national title on the uneven bars.Lee represented the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics. She is the first Hmong-American Olympic gymnast.

Early Life and Family

Lee was born Sunisa Phabsomphou on March 9, 2003 to Yeev Thoj, a healthcare worker. When she was 2 years old her mother met John Lee, who became Sunisa's father. Although her parents never legally married, she made the decision to change her last name to her father's.Lee is of Hmong descent;both of her parents immigrated from Laos when they were children.

Suni Lee has five siblings, sisters Shyenne and Evionn and brothers Jonah, Lucky and Noah.She began gymnastics when she was six.In August 2019, just days before Lee competed in her first senior US National Championships, her father fell out of a tree while helping a friend, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.

Sunisa Lee Boyfriend

She is Just 18 years so she is focussing on her career.She has no any relationship yet and she is not dating any one. So she is Single now.

Sunisa Lee Net Worth 

Sunisa "Suni" Lee is an American artistic gymnast and part of the United States women's national gymnastics team who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Lee competed in the Hopes division in 2015 and became a junior elite in 2016. She made her junior elite debut at the 2016 U.S. Classic. In 2017, she made her international debut at the Gymnix International Junior Cup, where the US won the gold medal in the team event and Lee won the silver medal on uneven bars.In May 2017, Lee verbally committed to Auburn University on a gymnastics scholarship.

Lee was named to the team to compete at the 2018 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships.There, she won the gold medal with the U.S. team in the team final and won the silver medal on vault, balance beam, and floor exercise. She finished 4th in the all-around.Lee competed in August at the 2018 U.S. National Championships in Boston as one of the favorites for the Junior national title along with Leanne Wong, Jordan Bowers, and Kayla DiCello. She won the bronze medal in the all-around behind Wong and DiCello and won the gold medal on bars.

In February, USA Gymnastics announced that Lee would make her senior debut at the 2019 City of Jesolo Trophy.There, she won the gold medal in the all-around and helped the U.S. win the gold medal in the team final.She also won the gold medal on bars and floor, as well as the bronze medal on beam behind reigning World Champion Liu Tingting of China and teammate Emma Malabuyo.

In June, Lee competed at the American Classic on only bars and beam. She placed second on beam and fifth on bars after falling off twice.After the conclusion of the American Classic, Lee was named as one of the eight athletes being considered for the team to compete at the 2019 Pan American Games along with Skye Blakely, Kara Eaker, Aleah Finnegan, Morgan Hurd, Shilese Jones, Riley McCusker, and Leanne Wong.

At the 2019 U.S. National Championships, Lee competed all four events on the first day of competition and was in second place in the all-around behind Simone Biles and in first place on uneven bars.\On the second day of competition, she continued performing clean routines and ended up winning the silver medal in the all-around behind Biles. She also won the gold medal on bars ahead of Morgan Hurd and Biles, placed fourth on beam behind Biles, Kara Eaker, and Leanne Wong, and won the bronze medal on floor behind Biles and Jade Carey. As a result, she was named a member of the national team.

In September, Lee competed at the US World Championships trials, where she placed second in the all-around behind Simone Biles, losing by only 0.350 points. The following day she was named to the team to compete at the 2019 World Championships in Stuttgart alongside Biles, Kara Eaker, MyKayla Skinner, Jade Carey, and Grace McCallum.She was the only first-year senior named to the team and the only team member without prior World Championships experience.

In late January it was announced that Lee would compete at the Stuttgart World Cup taking place in March.The Stuttgart World Cup was later canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany.Lee did not compete for the remainder of the season due to the pandemic.In November Lee signed her National Letter of Intent with Auburn University.

At the Olympic Games Lee performed the all-around during qualifications and helped the USA qualify to the team final in second place behind the Russian Olympic Committee. She hit all four of her routines and finished in third place overall behind Simone Biles and Rebeca Andrade and advanced to the final. Additionally she advanced to the uneven bars final in second place behind Nina Derwael and the balance beam final in third behind Guan Chenchen and Tang Xijing.

During the team final Lee was initially set to compete only on uneven bars and balance beam. However, Biles withdrew from the competition after the first rotation and Lee replaced her on floor exercise. She hit all three of her routines, including her uneven bars routine which scored 15.400 (the highest mark of the competition on any event), and helped the United States finish second behind the Russian Olympic Committee.