Kevin Mayer


    Kevin Mayer

    Kevin Mayer is a French decathlete has been the world champion in 2017, 2016 Rio Olympics silver medalist, and world record holder in the decathlon. He was born on 10 February, 1992 in Argenteuil, France. Mayer started practicing athletics at the sports association EA Tain-Tournon close to his hometown; after the club's merger with two other Drome-based athletics associations in 2013. He studied for a fr:Diplome universitaire de technologie en mesures physiques, a technological degree in physical measurements, including metrology and instrumentation at the University of Montpellier-Sete.

    Mayer is a global star in the decathlon, With 13 starts, Kevin has completed 12, and won six. Mayer wasn’t able to complete a decathlon. He put himself in the history books, with his visit to Gotzis in 2018. Kevin added his name to the world record books with his excellent decathlon total, 9,126 points. Among his completions, 4th in Moscow 2013 with a score of 8,446 points. In 2014, Kevin Mayer took the silver at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, Switzerland, with a total of 8,521 points. He continued to impress with his meet record at the Arona Combined Events Meeting, with a win in 8,469 points. These are only few of his achievements of him being an athlete. This performance ranks as the sixth-best personal best score in the men’s decathlon. For being the greatest decathlete in the world, Meyer announced his withdrawal on March 6, 2016, from the 2016 World Indoor Championships because of a heel injury sustained during the hurdles race at the French Indoor Athletics Championships.

    Now, Kevin Mayer is in good shape, and has recovered from the injury that hurt him in Doha. Mayer can complete his unfinished business. His one goal in his mind is gold in tokyo! Kevin Mayer net worth is estimated at around $4 million. His main source of income is his athletic career. Mayer successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the richest and influential Athletics in France.

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