Edwin Moses net worth, income profile, and salary, his tax returns and assets. Edwin Moses is an American athlete specialized in the form of fences. He was a frail and sickly boy, with glasses and apparatus on his teeth, whose parents were more concerned with their academic training than with promoting their sporting qualities. In the school practiced the American football and the basketball, but finally decided for the athletics and specialized in 110 meters hurdles, from where soon it passed to the 400, modality in which it would obtain its greater successes.
In 1975 he began to stand out; The following year, in the Olympic Games in Montreal (1976), won against all prognosis the gold medal with a time of 47 seconds and 63 hundredths, which set a new world record. He had achieved this mark after only playing twenty races. For a decade, between 1977 and 1987, Edwin Moses would maintain hegemony with one hundred twenty-two consecutive victories; That last year his compatriot Danny Harris inflicted the only defeat of his sports career in the Madrid stadium Vallehermoso.
Moses became the world paradigm of the invincible athlete. Delivered to his utmost physical fitness and hard work, his efforts were rewarded two weeks before the Moscow Olympics (1980), when he set a new world record (47 seconds and 13 cents), although the boycott American to the Moscow Games would prevent him from measuring his strength with the Soviet team and get what would have been his third medal.
Net Worth of Edwin Moses
The net worth of Edwin Moses exceeded $5 Million in 2015. Here is the net worth table of Edwin Moses as of 2017-18.
|Edwin Moses net worth||$6 Million|
|Annual Salary||$0.25 Million|
|Assets / Endorsements||$2 Million|
Later it would beat its own mark on successive occasions -Milán (1980) and Koblenz (1983) – until leaving it in 47 seconds and 2 hundredths. Next came the consecutive victories of the Helsinki World Championships 83, the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics and the 1987 Rome World Championships. After the Seoul Games 88, in which he only won the bronze medal (he was already thirty-three Years), practically retired from athletics and devoted himself to the business world.