Gary Hunt (Diver) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Gary Hunt Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Gary Hunt is an elite sports diver, specialising in cliff or high diving, and is the 2015 World champion in the High diving at World Aquatics Championships event, where he holds the championship record. With a silver in the 2013 edition of the event, Hunt is the most successful male diver in the short history of the FINA recognised event.

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Gary Hunt Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 11 June 1984
Birth Day 11 June
Birth Years 1984
Age 37 years old
Birth Place Diving, High diving
Birth City Diving
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality French
Famous As Diver
Also Known for Diver
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Occupation Diver

Famously known by the Family name Gary Hunt, is a great Diver. He was born on 11 June 1984, in Diving, High diving.Diving is a beautiful and populous city located in Diving, High diving United Kingdom.

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Gary Hunt Net Worth

Gary Hunt has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Diver. Popularly known as the Diver of United Kingdom. He is seen as one of the most successful Diver of all times. Gary Hunt Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful French Diver.

Gary entered the career as Diver In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Income Source Diver

Gary Hunt’s official Twitter account

The Diver with a large number of Twitter followers, with whom he shares his life experiences. Gary is gaining More popularity of his Profession on Twitter these days. You can read today’s latest tweets and post from Gary Hunt’s official Twitter account below, where you can know what he is saying in his previous tweet. Read top and most recent tweets from his Twitter account here…

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Social Network

Born on 11 June 1984, the Diver Gary Hunt is arguably the world’s most influential social media star. Gary is an ideal celebrity influencer. With his large number of social media fans, he often posts many personal photos and videos to interact with his huge fan base on social media platforms. Personal touch and engage with his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2019

At the Red Bull Cliff Diving in Lebanon, in July 2019, he became the first diver in the series history to receive a perfect 10 score from each of the five judges.

2013

At the 5th event of the series in Turkey (Antalya), Gary introduced his first new dive – a previously unattempted back piked 3 somersaults with 4 twists. The dive has a difficulty rating of 6.2 and is the most difficult dive to be performed in any form of competitive diving. Although he was only able to finished 3rd at this event, the new dive got a huge amount of attention, opened the eyes of the cliff diving community and began to cement Gary’s reputation as a fearless daredevil who was going to push the sport to new levels.

At the 8th and final event in Greece (Athens), Gary introduced his 2nd new dive, another very technical dive with a very high difficulty rating – a forward piked 4 somersaults with 1.5 twists. With his second win of the series, and with Orlando finishing 4th, Gary tied Orlando on points in the overall championship. However, Orlando was awarded the overall championship due to the fact that he had won more individual events over the year.

With a good lead in the overall championship, Gary began to think about how he could do something new and daring once again. He planned to introduce another first in the world of cliff diving – a running take off, hoping that the extra momentum would allow him to change his front piked 4 somersaults 1.5 twists into 4 somersaults 2.5 twists.

Gary felt that the fourth event in Italy (Polignano A Mare) was the right time to unveil his new move – the running take off into front piked 4 somersaults 2.5 twists. As a requirement of the series, any diver wishing to use a new or unconventional dive must demonstrate the dive to the judges in practice sessions prior to the main competition in order to prove that they are capable of executing the dive. The judges have the power to stop an athlete using a particular dive in competition if they feel it is likely to be dangerous, and there was a lot of talk of this nature surrounding Gary’s new dive. Gary was able to execute the dive during this practice session, finishing a little short but doing enough to convince the judges and once again made history in the sport with the first ever running take off. Unfortunately during the main competition Gary performed the dive during the 3rd round of dives and received the most serious injury of the 2010 world series, when his entry point into the water coincided with the crest of a wave, meaning that he finished very short and took a large impact to his chest and head. He was taken to hospital with minor concussion but released later the same day with no further injuries or symptoms. Despite this, he was still able to finish 3rd at the event, due to a near-perfect triple quad during the 2nd round of dives.

Following the accident in Italy, Gary chose to shelve the running take off dive for the time being, and returned to winning ways at the fifth event of the year in Switzerland (Sisikon) with another dominating performance, and another first for the series – Gary achieved a points total of 417.50, the highest ever and the only score above 400 of the series.

2012

At the 6th event in Germany (Hamburg), Gary achieved his first win, again using the triple quad. With Orlando Duque suffering from minor injuries and finishing 4th, Gary closed the gap in the overall championship to 12 points.

2010

At the sixth and final event in Hawaii (Hilo), Gary finished second to Orlando Duque but only needed one point from the event to win the series, and was crowned World Champion on 12 September 2010.

2009

2009 marked the beginning of Gary’s professional career in the sport after several years of training and competing in high diving events to build up his confidence and technique. He was quick to impress and finished 3rd, 3rd, 2nd and 2nd in the first 4 events of the series in France (La Rochelle), Netherlands (Rotterdam), Croatia (Dubrovnik) and Italy (Polignano A Mare).

His impressive start to the season meant he was in 2nd place in the overall championship at the halfway stage, 18 points behind 9-time World Champion Orlando Duque who had been dominating the 2009 season once again.

After finishing joint 1st in 2009, Gary immediately resumed his rise to the top in 2010. Now confident with his 2 extreme dives, Gary dominated the first event of the year in France (La Rochelle) and won comfortably, achieving scores of 10,10,10,9,9 for his final dive.

2006

Hunt is a former Olympic hopeful and Commonwealth diver who has a number of medals at Great Britain National Diving championships and placed 3rd in the 10m Synchro event at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. He chose to focus his diving career in the niche area of Cliff Diving, and has enjoyed a rapid rise to the top of the sport. In 2010 he won the Red bull Cliff Diving World Series, the premier championship within the sport, showing complete domination throughout the series and is thus considered to be the current reigning World Champion. He has a reputation for pushing the sport to new extremes and inventing new moves to stay ahead of his competition.

1984

Gary Hunt (sometimes listed as Roger Gary Hunt, born 11 June 1984) is an elite sports diver, specialising in cliff or high diving, and is the 2015 World champion in the event, where he holds the championship record. With a silver in the 2013 edition of the event, Hunt is the most successful male diver in the short history of the FINA recognised event.

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