Olympics Athlete Darryl Sullivan Height, Bio, & Net Worth

This year the field and track athletes of the US Olympic Team were more ready than ever. These athletes trained hard for many years, even during the pandemic, to leave their mark on the ongoing Olympics. Some of these much-anticipated track and field athletes’ names included Marquis Dendy, Kenny Bednarek, Paul Chelimo, Erriyon Knighton, Shelby McEwen, Annie Kunz, and Darryl Sullivan.

Sullivan is a professional jumper who broke the twenty-seven-year-old high school record set by Randy Jenkins during a championship organized by the NCAA. The 24 year-old athlete won his spot in the US Olympic team by securing second place in the trials by jumping 2.33 m in the air. Sullivan had his score equal to JuVaigh Harrison, but on countback, Harrison took first place.

Despite coming second, everyone had their hopes from Sullivan to bring the medal back home. Sadly, during the semi-final high jump games in the ongoing Olympics, he came in fifteenth place and lost his chance to compete in the finals.

Biography & Wiki Quick Summary

Popular NameDarryl Sullivan
Real NameDarryl Sullivan
Date of birthDecember 28, 1997
Age24 years old
Place of birthMarion, Illinois, USA
FatherCraig Allen
MotherLydia Allen
SiblingsNot disclosed
StatusUnknown
ChildrenNone
OccupationProfessional high jumper
Net worth1 Million USD
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityAfrican-American
ReligionChristianity
ZodiacCapricorn
Height5.11 ft (156 cm)
Weight83 kgs
MeasurementUnknown
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBlack
ComplexionDark
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Darryl Net Worth

Sullivan has had a decent career ever since high school. He has won many competitions and has broken many records. His excellent performances in the games have helped him earn enough fame and money.

Besides having an athletic career, Sullivan also works as an intern at the University of Tennessee, which also adds a few extra dollars to his income. 

Sullivan has a net worth of 1 Million USD.

Physical Measurements

Sullivan has an average height of 5.11 ft, a bit shorter than many athletes, but still is a good height.

Though having an average height for an athlete, he sure does have a well-built and toned body. His body is all muscular and weighs around 83 kgs.

Darryl Personal Life and Family

Sullivan was born in Marion in Illinois and grew up in his hometown. His father is Craig, and his mother is Lydia.

He has not shared much about his parents or his siblings. So, not many know about his personal life.

However, he shared that he did his schooling from his hometown and then moved to Knoxville for college.

During his career, he became an ace jumper and took part in many championships. He won the collegiate competition in 2017 and then never looked back.

The four-time All-American athlete can not be found much on social media, but no one has ever missed him on the fields.

Besides being a professional jumper, Sullivan also worked as a coach in his hometown for the Swamp fox track and field club.

He also has been doing an internship in his university since 2018, where he learns more about marketing and managing college sports.

Darryl Girlfriend and Relationship

The 24 year-old skilled has not shared anything about his dating life. SO, no one knows if he is single or seeing someone.

However, his social media suggests that he is all single and focused on his career for now.

Education

Sullivan grew up in Marion, so he attended the Marion High School located in his hometown.

Once high school was complete, he enrolled at the University of Tennessee in 2016 after receiving the WIlliam Pettway Jr. Athletic Scholarship.

In college, he chose sport management as his major and kept business as his minor. Just last year, he completed college and graduated.

Career

Sullivan officially started his career as a jumper in track and field from his college days, and ever since then, he has never looked back.

During his freshman year in college, he jumped over a distance of 2.15 m and broke the record set by Larry Clapp and Tony Heitzman.

It motivated him to work harder, which paid off as he won the Collegiate competition in 2017, which was his first.

He then set a new personal record of 2.20 m during the Tiger Paw Invitational. It made him the winner of the event and also the fifth all-time high jumper of the college. In the same year, he also won second place during the USC Open.  

He kept taking part in many more games and getting better and better. He then won first place in the Virginia challenge as well as in the Stanford Invitational.

Last year, outdoor games got canceled because of the pandemic, but Sullivan still took part in the indoor games organized by SEC and NCAA.

Even in 2022, he took part in the events organized by the NCAA. During one of its events, Sullivan broke the record set by Randy Jenkins.

After gathering successes in other games, he tried his luck in the Olympic trials and won a place in the Olympic team by securing the second position. Athletes including Grant Fisher and Woody Kincaid also won their place in the Olympic team.

He went to Tokyo and represented the USA in the Group B semi-final of the high jump held on the 30th of July. Unfortunately, he lost his chance to compete in the final game as he came in fifteenth place.