Adelaide Aquilla is a track and field athlete from the USA who specializes in the shot put, discus, and hammer throw. Aquilla is the second Buckeye to win a shot put game at a national level. She is also two times national champion and even has a district record to her name.
Besides conquering different championships at a national level, Aquilla also represented the USA in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The Ohio native secured her place on the national Olympic team after winning third place in the trial game.
Despite not making it to the final event during the Olympics, she still showed an excellent performance in the qualifiers, where she came in the ninth position.
Quick Wiki (Age, Height, Weight, Birthplace, & More)
|Date of birth
|March 3, 1999
|24 years old
|Place of birth
|Rocky River, Ohio, USA
|Rocky River, Ohio, USA
|Jonas Aquilla and Ambrose Aquilla
|In a relationship
|Track and field athlete
Adelaide Aquilla’s Net Worth
Aquilla started in track and field while still in high school and has come a long way.
She started as someone who barely met the requirements to be a shot put thrower but now is an Olympian.
The Female Athlete of the Year of Ohio University has earned a great deal of fame and fortune in a short period.
So, despite not knowing the exact figure, it is still safe to say that she has a decent net worth.
Details on Her Personal Life, Parents, and Family
The five times Big Ten champion was born in Rocky River in Ohio to her parents, Jared and Tracy.
She grew up in a loving and supportive family with her two younger brothers.
The 24 year-old track and field athlete is close to both of her younger brothers and often posts fun pictures with them on her Instagram.
Who is Adelaide’s Boyfriend?
Aquilla is currently dating Reggie Browley. Like her, her boyfriend is also a shotput throw who even throws weights.
Aquilla and Browley are graduates of the same university and started dating in 2018 when they were still in college.
It has been more than three years of their relationship, but the couple is still going strong.
Education and High School
The one-time Olympian earned her high school degree from Magnificat High School, an all-girls catholic school.
After high school, she got recruited by the University of Ohio.
Aquilla completed her studies at the University of Ohio with a double major in hospitality management and communication.
Currently, she is pursuing her Master’s degree in public administration and leadership.
Career (Olympics, NCAA, and Other Championships)
Aquilla has been building her career on and off the track.
While in track, she has taken guidance from Ashley Kovas, wife of the silver medalist shot put thrower of the 2016 Rio Olympics Joe Kovas, and has competed in many events.
Aquilla has won many national level championships, including the 2020 NCAA Indoor championship, where she recorded the third-longest throw in history.
Her high expectations drove her to become two times national champion and win many other championships.
It was also because of her sole determination and hard work that she made it to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Despite her best efforts, she did not qualify for the finals, but she learned many new things while competing in the Olympics.
After returning from Tokyo, she used her experience in the Olympics as her guideline and won both indoor and outdoor NCAA events last year.
She is still working hard and improving herself to polish her skills.
Besides her career in the track, Aquilla has also been busy off the field.
While in college, she worked as a student facilities assistant. She also did internships in many other establishments like The Blackwell Inn, ODNR, etc.
She even worked for Oxley’s By Numbers as a part-timer till a few months back.
Along with many other experiences outside the field, Aquilla also bears a license of CPR & AED, planning and control for food and beverage operations, etc.
Aquilla has been working passionately towards creating a stable career both on and off the field.