Last Updated on February 23, 2022 by OtakuKart Staff
Gold Medalist Ellie Cole never leaves a chance to impress people, especially her fans. She is surprising people every single time with her skills. Recently, she has been getting so much fame. Everyone is talking about her achievements. Especially fans want to know Ellie Cole’s net worth. Everyone wants to know how much she earns as an athlete and what other things she does to earn money. Her pictures on social media prove that she must be living a luxurious life. If you want to know all about Ellie Cole’s personal and professional life, you are in the right place. Further, we will tell you all about Cole’s early life, her career, all of that. If you are all ready, let’s dig into it and know all about Ellie’s life.
Before stepping into Ellie Cole’s net worth, let’s have a look at her personal life. Ellie Victoria, aka Ellie Cole, was born on 12 December 1991 in Lilydale, Victoria. She completed her schooling at Mount Eliza North Primary School and Frankston High School. Talking about her graduation, which she completed in Health and Exercise Science at the Australian Catholic University. Other than that, when it comes to Cole’s parents, her mother and grandfather were swimmers, and her father was athletic. We can say that Ellie got the inspiration to become a swimmer from her family.
Besides that, when Cole was two years old, she was diagnosed with a tumor called sarcoma, which ate up the nerves of her right leg. She finds no difficulties with her cancer treatment. After so many unsuccessful attempts, she, unfortunately, has to cut her right leg. And when the surgery was done, Cole’s mother went to a swimming trainer. After that, Cole learned to swim and made the same her passion.
After knowing all about Ellie’s personal life now, it’s time to reveal all about her income and achievements.
Gold medalist Ellie Cole’s net worth and achievements
After knowing all about Ellie’s early life, I am sure now you just wanted to know Ellie Cole’s net worth. How much does she earn, and what about her championships. As per the records, it is found that Ellie Cole’s net worth is around $1-6million. After struggling for so many years, she was finally able to earn so much money that could satisfy her needs to live a luxurious life. The fact that Ellie is so famous and rich now is only because of her firm determination and hard work.
And today, she is an inspiration for millions of people like her. Besides that, Ellie was also featured in the film titled Rising Phoenix, which is a documentary-based film. And the film was released in 2020 and focused on the Paralympic Games. Moreover, she also campaigns for a global human rights movement named #WeThe15 for people like her.
Now talking about Ellie’s championships. In 2013, she won the Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League championship. In 2009, She also made a new world record in the 100 m freestyle multi-disability event. Back then, in the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, she also won the Women’s 100m Butterfly S9 event along with 400m freestyle and 100m Backstroke. Moreover, she also became the first S9 swimmer to break 29 seconds in the 50m freestyle. In the same year, she also won the gold medal in the 50m Freestyle Multiclass event at the 2016 Australian Swimming Championships. Top of that, Ellie is a six-time gold winner who is representing We The15 which have featured in the Tokyo Paralympics in 2020.
Ellie Cole’s career as a Paralympic Swimmer and wheelchair basketball player
Ellie Cole started her professional career as a swimmer after her graduation, before that she only took training for that. It was not at all easy for her to compete with one leg. But she never gave up, and in 2003 she finally competed in a swimming competition. Later in 2006, she competed in IPC Swimming World Championships. Moreover, she was also selected for the Australian Paralympic Swim Team. After that, there was no stopping. She took participation in so many championships year after year and also won a lot of them. When it comes to wheelchair basketball, Cole played for Victoria in the Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League in back to back two years (2013, 2014). She also received an award for Best New Talent in 2013.