Eamon Sullivan was born Perth, Australia and he is now very renowned personality in sports. He is an Australian former dash swimmer and has won Olympic Gold Medal three times. He has also set a world record in two events and he was the winner of Celebrity Master Chef Australia.
Born: August 10, 1985 (31 Years Old)
Height: 1.89 Meter
Weight: 78 Kg
Marital Status: Married (Naomi Bass)
Net Worth: 2.5 Million Dollars
Eamon Sullivan is a celebrity and winner of various sports and athletics games. So, his income source is the prize money that he usually receives from his sports. Apart from this, being a celebrity he is invited to various shows where fees are paid to him. These are the major sources of his income.
Eamon Sullivan full name is Eamon Wade Sullivan. He is called with various nick name slike ‘Sullo’, ‘Mondo’, ‘Mad Dog’ defining his nature which may be extracted out of his personal life or may be his professional life. He is the winner of the first season of the show Celebrity Master Chef Australia and a contestant of the fourteenth season of ‘Dancing with the Stars’. He used to date his fellow Olympic Swimmer Stephanie Rice but he married to Naomi Bass who is a lawyer by profession in April 2016. In July 2014 he took retirement from swimming and currently he is managing restaurants in Western Australia.
It would be a very long description if we start explaining on his achievements and career graph. Still, let’s extract out the major achievements of his career as a swimmer. From the very beginning, he was interested in athletics sports and activities. For the first time, he won 50m freestyle in Australian Age Championship and second in 100m from the same age group. He also won 4*100meter freestyle in the Summer Olympics 2004 as the youngest male contestant. He was a winner of gold and silver medal in the Common Wealth Games, 2006 at Melbourne. He had set a world record in the Beijing Olympics, 2008 in 4*100meter freestyle relay completing it in 47.24 seconds. He is the medalist of different competitions which are listed below:
- Olympics Games (100m freestyle and, 4*100m freestyle and medley) #
- World Championships (100m freestyle and, 4*100m freestyle and medley) #
- Pan Pacific Championship (4*100 freestyle and medley) #
- Common Wealth Games (100m freestyle and 4*100m freestyle and medley) #
(#All these competitions were won by him in different places and countries and different years)