Gabby Thomas | Bio, Net Worth, College, & Dating Life

Many first-timers shined during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Despite their first time competing in the Olympics, their sincere efforts and hard work helped them win medals. One of these first-time Olympians who left a mark in the 2020 Olympics is Gabby Thomas.

Thomas is an American runner and a student of epidemiology who participated in the Olympics for the first time this year. Though it was her first time, she still managed to win two medals. First, Thomas won bronze in the 200m. And just after three days, she again won silver in the 4x100m relay. She shared the silver with her teammates Jenna Prandini, Javaianne Oliver, and Teahna Daniels.

Quick Biography & Wiki 

Popular NameGabby Thomas
Real NameGabrielle Thomas
Date of birthDecember 7, 1996
Age24 years old
Place of birthAtlanta, Georgia
FatherDesmond Thomas
MotherJennifer Randall
SiblingsFour
TwinAndrew Thomas
StatusUnknown
OccupationProfessional track and field athlete
Net worth2 Million- 3 Million USD
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityJamaican-African-American
ReligionUnknown
ZodiacSagittarius
Height5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Weight59 kgs
MeasurementUnknown
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBlack
ComplexionDark
Instagram idgabbythomas
TwitterItsGabrielle

Gabby Thomas Net Worth and Income

Thomas has been living a successful dual life. She is a Harvard graduate who is pursuing her Master’s in epidemiology. She is also a successful and celebrated American athlete sponsored by New Balance.

Her athletic career has allowed her to earn lots of recognition as well as fortune. She has around 2 Million USD to 3 Million USD as her net worth.

Height, Weight, and Physical Measurements

The Ivy League’s most outstanding track athlete stands at a great height of 5 feet and 11 inches. She also has a muscular and ripped body with visible six-pack abs. 

Her time on the field has also helped her keep her weight balance at 59 kgs despite her tall height.

Gabby’s Family, Parents, and Other Personal Details

Thomas was born along with her twin brother, Andrew, in Atlanta to father Desmond and mother Jennifer. She also has three more siblings besides her twin. She grew up in a family with mixed ethnicity as her father is a Jamaican while her mother is an African American.

Initially, her family was based in Atlanta but later moved to Florida for her mother’s job. Her mother was a Ph.D. graduate from Emory University and had a teaching job in Massachusetts. 

Her mother later worked in the Educational Assessment department at the University of Massachusetts as its director of evaluation.

Thomas was initially interested in sports like soccer and softball but later changed her mind after watching Allyson Felix run on the TV.

It was a turning point for her as she decided to run on the tracks after this. She then competed as a track and field athlete in high school, college, and even after college.

She is one of the celebrated American athletes. However, everyone has their ups and downs, and so did Thomas.

In the early 2021, she was diagnosed with a tumor in her liver through an MRI. 

At that moment, Thomas promised herself to win the trial if it was not cancer. The reports came in her favor as it was not cancerous. 

Thomas then kept her promise and won gold in the trial game. She also won bronze and silver in the 2020 Olympics.

Gabby Thomas Boyfriend, Husband, and Relationship Details

Like her personal life, Thomas has also maintained privacy when it comes to her dating life. She has not shared if she is dating someone or is single.

But her social media account suggests that she is a happy single and currently focusing on her studies and career.

High School and Education

Thomas attended the Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, Massachusetts, for her high school degree.

After high school was over, she enrolled at Harvard University to study neurobiology along with global health. She completed her undergraduate studies in 2019.

After graduating from Harvard, Thomas moved to Texas to get her Master’s degree in epidemiology from the University of Texas at Austin.

Career and Olympics

The 24 year-old star athlete started her career on the track during her high school days. She ran for her school and set multiple school records. While in school, every year, Thomas became the MVP.

She continued her career on the tracks even after joining college. She won bronze during the NCAA Outdoor Championship in the year 2016. 

She kept her pace consistent before winning gold in the NCAA Indoor and a silver in the NCAA Outdoor Championship in 2018. She even won another silver in the USATF Indoor Silver.

Before she graduated from college in 2019, she was twenty-two conferences titleholder in five different events. 

During the third year of her collegiate career, she signed a contract with the New Balance and started her professional career.

Her professional career became as successful as her collegiate career. She then took part in many other championships, including the US trials games for the 2020 Olympics.

She won the trial game in the first place and made her way to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Thomas represented the USA in 200m and 4x100m relay. During her 200m game, she became the third-fastest woman.

She was working hard for many years to compete in the Olympics, and when she got the chance, she grabbed it. Thomas poured all of her efforts and won third place in the 200m.

After getting bronze in her game, she joined Jenna Prandini, Javaianne Oliver, and Teahna Daniels in the 4x100m relay. Thomas won a silver for the USA along with her teammates.

Controversy

Just last year, Thomas faced two years of provisional suspension for breaking the anti-doping rules. In twelve months, she missed three of the anti-doping tests. For this, she got banned from running in the games.

Later, Thomas submitted various evidence of witnesses and phone tracking records which proved her whereabouts. She also mentioned that it was the fault of the doping control officer, who could not find her location. 

After the evidence, the missed tests were declared invalid, and she was free from any prohibition.

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