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Caitlyn Jenner Net Worth

Caitlyn Jenner is a television personality from the United States of America who won a gold medal in the Olympics and has a net worth of $100 million. After living as Bruce Jenner for the first 65 years of her life, Caitlyn Jenner is most recognised for being an advocate for the transgender population. Jenner won a gold medal in the decathlon at the Olympics while competing as Bruce Jenner.

Caitlyn Jenner Early Life

William Bruce Jenner was the name given to Caitlyn Marie Jenner when she was born on October 28, 1949 in Mount Kisco, New York. Her parents are Esther Ruth and William Hugh Jenner, and she has ancestry that can be traced back to England, Scotland, Wales, the Netherlands, and Ireland. Jenner received her high school diploma in 1968 from both Sleepy Hollow High School in New York and Newton High School in Newton, Connecticut, where she studied.

Despite having difficulties with reading and writing, Jenner was able to receive a football scholarship to Graceland College. However, because of a knee injury, she was unable to continue playing the game. Jenner's talent was spotted by her coach at Graceland, who urged her to switch to prepare for the decathlon instead of the heptathlon. At the Drake Relays held in Des Moines, Iowa, she competed in the decathlon and ended up finishing sixth.

Caitlyn Jenner Career

Jenner took part in the Olympic trials that were held in Eugene, Oregon in 1972. Jenner was in fifth place going into the final race, and he needed to make up a margin of 19 seconds in the men's 1500-meter race in order to win. She was able to make it onto the squad as a result of her incredible last lap performance, in which she finished 22 seconds ahead of the other runners. After the competitions, Jenner ended up coming in tenth place in the decathlon at the 1972 Olympics, which were held in Munich.

Caitlyn Jenner Net Worth

Following his graduation from college in 1973, Jenner wed Chrystie Crownover, a flight attendant, and the couple relocated to San Jose, California together. Jenner made ends meet by selling insurance at night in order to continue his training during the day at San Jose City College and San Jose State University's respective running tracks.

After Jenner's victory in the American championships in the men's decathlon event in 1974, the publication Track & Field News chose to put him on the cover in August of that year.

She also triumphed in the next year's competition for the French national championship and took home the gold medal in the Pan American Games. At this moment in time, she was breaking new records all around the world. Jenner competed in 13 decathlons between 1973 and 1976, with only one of them ending in a loss.

On the first day of the men's decathlon at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, Jenner scored five personal bests with his performance.

Jenner finished that year's Olympic competition with the gold medal and a new world record score of 8,618 points, which he set throughout the competition. Following the competition, Jenner demanded and received from a fan an American flag, which he then carried with him around the track for the victory lap, so initiating a practise that is now typical among Olympians who take home the gold medal.

After winning the gold medal, Jenner was hailed as a national hero and was presented with the James E. Sullivan Award, which is given to the best amateur athlete in the United States. In addition to this, the Associated Press honoured her as their Male Athlete of the Year in 1976. Jenner's world record and Olympic record from 1976 were both beaten by Daley Thompson in the 1980 Olympics in Moscow. Thompson smashed Jenner's record by four points.

Jenner's brother Burt was sadly died in a vehicle accident not long after she achieved glory in the Olympics.

Caitlyn Jenner Post Olympics

After the attention that his Olympic victory had provided, Jenner achieved additional popularity and success in his career. She was on the covers of well-known magazines including Sports Illustrated and Playgirl thanks to her modelling career.

She became a spokesperson for the cereal brand Wheaties as well as for other products such as Tropicana, and she also had some success with other small roles in movies and television shows. In 1981, Jenner appeared as Officer Steve McLeish in many episodes of the police procedural television series CHiPS.

She was a cast member on the reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians from 2007 to 2016, and she was a cast member on the television miniseries documentary I Am Cait from 2015 to 2016. On November of 2019, it was disclosed that Jenner would be making an appearance in the 19th season of “I Feel Like a Celebrity… I need to get out of this place!”

Caitlyn Jenner Transition

Jenner told Diane Sawyer on the show “20/20” in April 2015 that she had the soul of a woman and that she was a trans woman. Jenner showed the public her new name and look later that year. In July 2015, she legally changed her name to Caitlyn Marie Jenner. Jenner had surgery to change her gender in January 2017, which was the last step in her transition. Jenner now talks movingly about her journey, and in June 2015, she told the public about her change on the cover of Vanity Fair Magazine.

Jenner made a Twitter account after she came out as transgender. It reached 1 million followers in 4 hours and 3 minutes, which is a Guinness World Record. Caitlyn Jenner became a well-known voice for transgender people when she told the world about her life. She has been praised and given awards for being brave and telling the world her story.

Jenner's transition was the subject of an eight-part series on the E! Network that aired after the news broke in Vanity Fair. The Jenner children don't care about the issue of the transition. They already knew that their father was a woman when he told them one by one about the transition before surgery. They are all happy for their father and inspired by Caitlyn's courage.

Caitlyn Jenner Personal Life

Jenner has been married three times. From 1972 to 1981, he was married to Chrystie Crownover. They have a boy and a girl together. Jenner was married to Linda Thompson from 1981 to 1986, and the two of them have two sons.

Jenner and Kris Kardashian were together for only five months before they got married on April 21, 1991. Kendall and Kylie Jenner are their two daughters. Jenner was also the stepfather of Kris's kids from a previous marriage, Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, and Robert, who all appear on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Kris asked for a divorce in September 2014, and it was official in December of that year.

Jenner was in a fatal crash with several other cars on Malibu's Pacific Coast Highway in February 2015. Kim Howe, an actress and activist for animal rights, died when Jenner's SUV hit her car. No one was charged with a crime, but Howe's stepchildren and the drivers of the other cars filed three civil lawsuits. In neither settlement did anyone talk about money.

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