Sky Brown net worth: Britain’s Olympic gold medalist at the age of 16 is now a multi-millionaire.
SKY BROWN has won her first Olympic gold as the youngest British athlete. But how much money does she have?
Sky Brown, 13, is Britain’s youngest ever athlete and the first British skateboarder to win a medal. The adolescent now has a remarkable fortune.
Sky Brown was born in Japan but currently resides in California with her family.
Her father, who is also a skateboarder, hails from Cornwall.
The young athlete was awarded a bronze medal in the Tokyo Olympics today.
“It was an insane final. It was wild to see all the chicks ripping it up. I’m ecstatic. It’s unbelievable, I can’t believe it. The medal is surreal, like if it were a dream. “I can’t wait to present my family and friends the medal,” she said.
Sky Brown is now projected to be worth £3.5 million.
But how did she amass such wealth?
Sky inked a £4 million sponsorship agreement with Nike earlier this year, making him the world’s youngest Nike-sponsored athlete.
The teen also has over a million Instagram and Youtube followers, which help her to make money through social media advertising.
Sky debuted her own Barbie doll, which resembled the little skateboarder, last year.
In 2018, the athlete won the US TV talent competition “Dancing With The Stars: Juniors,” which added to her celebrity.
She is anticipated to be offered up to £2 million in new endorsements, such as TV ads and shows, this year after becoming Britain’s youngest Olympic medalist.
In 2021, she will collaborate with Tommy Hilfiger, Vans, Hurley, and Billabong.
Sky might have competed for either Japan or the United Kingdom at the Olympics.
“They told me, ‘No pressure, just have fun and get out there,’” said the British Skateboarding Association. As a result, England was my first choice. We weren’t going to do it since my parents thought it would be too stressful. “However, I pleaded and pleaded,” she explained.
Stuart, Sky’s father, works as a marketing director and is in charge of her social media profiles.
Ocean, her younger brother, is also a skateboarder who has become a social media celebrity on Instagram and YouTube.
Brown, who is also a competitive surfer, currently resides in San Diego but spends half of the year in her native Japan.
She earned a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics today, despite the fact that she was still healing from a horrific accident that occurred only 18 months ago. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”