Sanya Richards-Ross Biography
Sanya Richards-Ross is a former track and field athlete currently working for NBC Sports Channel. Sanya Richards competed in the 400-meter sprint for the United States internationally primarily. She covered notable accolades in this event including the 2012 Olympic champion, 2009 world champion, 2008 Olympic bronze medalist, and the 2005 world silver medalist.
Sanya Richards-Ross Age
Sanya Richards-Ross was born in Kingston, Jamaica, North America, on February 26, 1985. She is 36 years old.
Sanya Richards-Ross Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.73 m tall.
Sanya Richards-Ross Education
She attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School for his high school education and finished with a cumulative 4.0 GPA. She won the Field and Track Athlete of the Year award at Gatorade National High School Girls. Also, Sanya was as well awarded the USA Field Youth Athlete of the Year award. After high school, Sanya received a major degree in business from Texas University in 2005.
Sanya Richards-Ross Family
Sanya Richards was born in Kingston, Jamaica, North America to her caring parents o Archie and Sharon Richards. Sanya started running as young as 7 years and represented her school in the annual youth championship at Vaz Prep. At the age of 12, Her family immigrated to Fort Lauderdale, Florida so that Sanya could go to an American high school and increase her chance of an American university to obtain an athletic scholarship. Sanya has a nice-looking sister called Shari.
Sanya Richards-Ross Husband
She is married to her carrying and loving husband Aaron Ross. Aaron later played in the NFL for the New York Giants. Sanya and Aaron in the year 2007 made their relationship official after they got engaged. The couple has a handsome son who was born in 2017 named Aaron Jermaine Ross II.
Sanya Richards-Ross Salary
Sanya Richards -Ross earns an annual salary of $10, 000 – $100,000 annually.
Sanya Richards-Ross Net worth
Richards has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 Million.
Sanya Richards-Ross Career
Sanya at the Olympic Games with her victory in 2012 became the second American woman to win the 400 meters. Also, the same victory made Her win two global titles even becoming the first American woman. Apart from her achievements, She won the 2012 Summer Olympics in the 4 × 400 meters relay and three consecutive Olympic gold medals in 2004 and 2008.
Also, Sanya Richards at multiple World Athletics Championships won one silver, four golds, and five relay medals. She retired at the 2016 U.S. Olympic trials from the sport after an injury. Sanya as a track and field analyst subsequently joined the NBC broadcasting team. In 2017, She published her memoir Chasing Grace Quarter Mile has Taught Me about God and Life.