Rick Carey‘s source of wealth comes from being a swimmer. How much money is Rick Carey worth at the age of 57 and what’s his real net worth now?
As of 2020, Rick Carey’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.
Rick Carey (born March 13, 1963) is famous for being swimmer. He currently resides in New York, United States. International Swimming Hall of Fame inductee who specialized in the backstroke, winning the 100-meter and 200-meter events at the 1984 Olympics.
Source of Money
Place of Birth
|New York, United States|
Date of Birth
|March 13, 1963 (age 57)|
Rick Carey is a Pisces and was born in The Year of the Rabbit
Rick Carey was born in New York, United States on Wednesday, March 13, 1963 (Baby Boomers Generation). He is 57 years old and is a Pisces. Richard John Carey is an American former competition swimmer, three-time Olympic champion, and former world record-holder in three events. Carey specialized in the backstroke. At the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, he won three gold medals. He broke nine world records, five individually, and also was a double world champion. He was named as the Swimmer of the Year in 1983 by Swimming World magazine. He retired from competition in 1986.
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Track star Carl Lewis also represented the United States in the 1984 Olympics, winning four gold medals. Rick is a Pisces. Pisces, a water sign, is the last constellation of the zodiac. It's symbolized by two fish swimming in opposite directions, representing the constant division of Pisces's attention between fantasy and reality. Pisces is ruled by Neptune, the celestial body that governs creativity and dreams, and these ethereal fish adore exploring their boundless imaginations. Pisces effortlessly adapts to their surroundings.
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Rick Carey’s net worth
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