|Salary||estimated $70,000 per year|
|Other sources of wealth||Endorsements|
|Net Worth||$1 million- $5 million|
|Residence||Chicago, Illinois, U.S|
|Marital Status||Not Married, dating Bridget Konttinen|
|Last Updated||July 2021|
Ryan Murphy is one of America’s best male swimmers going to the Tokyo Olympics. He currently holds the 100m backstroke record, which he set at the Rio Olympics. He has an impressive collection of 25 international medals in swimming, of which 13 are gold.
At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Murphy took home 3 gold medals in the 100m backstroke, 200m backstroke and the 4x100m relay. He will be making his way back to the Tokyo Olympics to defend his title and better his medal tally.
Let us take a look at Ryan Murphy net worth, endorsements, career achievements and more.
Ryan Murphy Net Worth 2021
Ryan Murphy’s net worth is around $1 million to $5million. Murphy won 3 gold medals at the Rio Olympics for which the US Government awards prize money. Murphy got $25,000 per medal which was a total of $75,000 in prize money. He also earns a salary, as well as prize money from swim meets, and the amount is estimated to be around $70,000.
Ryan Murphy Endorsements
The young Murphy was recently named as the brand ambassador of Speedo after his graduation. He is also sponsored by Bridgestone, Eli Lily, Emalgity and other big brands. He was recently criticised for his endorsement of Emalgity, a migraine medicine which he does not use but only endorses.
Know About Ryan Murphy’s Family, Dating life
Murphy was born on 2nd July 1995, to Pat and Kat Murphy. He is the youngest of 3 siblings, older sister Shannon Murphy and older brother Patrick Murphy. Ryan’s siblings were competitive swimmers, which motivated him to take a go at swimming. Murphy and his family is of Irish descent.
Ryan Murphy is currently dating his long time girlfriend Bridget Konttinen, a former Cal rower who works for Nike in brand operations.
Ryan Murphy’s Education, Swimming Club, Coach
Murphy Graduated from Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida in 2013 where he swam as a Shark under head coach Sergio Lopez. He then graduated from University of California, Berkley in 2017. He is currently attending Haas School of Business.
He swam for the California Golden Bears and is an eight-time NCAA individual national champion. He is currently coached by Cal coach Dave Durden.
Ryan Murphy’s Major Achievements
Murphy currently holds the 100m backstroke record with a time of 51.85 sec. He has won 3 Olympic medals, and 25 international medals in World Championships LC and SC, Pan Pacific Championships, Pan American Games and World Junior Championships.
|Rio Olympics||100m backstroke||Gold|
|Rio Olympics||200m backstroke||Gold|
|Rio Olympics||4x00m medley||Gold|
He took silver medals in the 200m backstroke, 4x100m medley and 4x100m mixed medley at the 2019 World Championships.