Raymond Martin is an Irish-American Paralympic athlete. He is all set to hit the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. He has secured six golds one silver medal at his previous two Paralympic games including Paralympic Games London 2012 and Paralympic Games Rio 2016. In an interview with Baylor College of Medicine’s newsletter, Martin said, “I have a congenital disability, so I’ve been using a wheelchair since I was young. It was more amateur level at that age, a leisure activity. At school, I was picked out by a gym teacher that noticed I was quite active; she asked if I wanted to start in track and field, and here we are.” Added “Around 2010 and 2011, I started to get more serious about it. The London 2012 Paralympic Games were coming up, and I stepped up my training. It wasn’t for leisure anymore; it was a focused program. I was working out maybe five to six times a week.”
What is Raymond Martin Net worth?
Raymond Martin Net Worth
$2 Million USD
Raymond Martin is an Irish-American Paralympic athlete. He is all set to hit the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. He was born on 2 January 1994 in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, he is 27 years old. He won four gold medals at the 2012 Summer Paralympic Games. Martin is also working towards his dream of becoming a physician’s assistant. He has enrolled at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. His Instagram bio reads “Paralympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder. PA student.” In another interview with Jersey City Times, Martin said “I would say as a wheelchair user, you sometimes can feel confined just because of various reasons like structure … So, you feel like you can’t really move around too much … [R]acing kind of gave me this sense of activity … I can do more and …can move definitely more freely.”
The estimated Net Worth of Raymond Martin is around $2 Million USD.
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