Bethany Shriever is a British cyclist know all about Bethany Shriever Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Boyfriend, Children , Career and BMX racing gold
|Birthdate ( Age)||19 April 1999|
|Place of Birth||Leytonstone, London|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Father — Paul ShrieverM
Mother — Kate Shriever
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
Bethany Shriever is a British BMX racer. She is the current Olympic Champion.Shriever was chosen to be part of Great Britain’s 26 strong cycling squad at the postponed 2020 Tokyo Olympics where she won the Women’s BMX racing gold medal.
Bethany Shriever Family
Bethany Shriver, born on April 19, 1999, is currently 22 years of age. She was born in Leytonstone, London in the UK. Her interest in cycling began when she was 9 years old. She worked throughout her childhood as well as teenage years in order to become a gold medalist at such a young age.
Bethany has several other championships, medals, and trophies under her belt from different junior cycling races. However, the Olympics gold medal is her first major win as an adult, and what a start to her career she has got.We are sure, there is much more to come for Bethany in the future in the sport.Bethany was born to her father Paul Shriever and her mother Kate Shriever. Both of her parents are from London and are British citizens.
Bethany has talked about how her dad and mum have been a great inspiration for her in the sport. Besides, she also has two brother and both of them are involved in the BMX racing.Her brother, Luke, has competed and even won the U13 World Championship in 2016.
Beth Shriever Boyfriend
Bethany Silver is in a relationship with her boyfriend Brynley Savage. Brynley, like Bethany is a professional cyclist, however, he has not made as much of a mark as Bethany in the sport.
Beth Shriever Net Worth
Bethany Shriever is a British BMX racer. She is the current Olympic Champion who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million in 2022.
Beth Shriever Professional Career
Shriever won the silver medal at the 2016 BMX European Cycling Championships In 2017 she became the Junior World Champion. In 2018 she finished 17th in her maiden appearance as a senior at the World Championships in Baku as well as winning the UCI BMX World Cup final in Belgium edging Judy Baauw and Laura Smulders into second and third.In March 2020 Shriever dominated the National BMX Series in Manchester without dropping a lap.
Shriever was regarded as Great Britain BMX’s next breakout star after winning the junior world title in 2017 but left the national set-up later that year after UK Sport said – based on results at senior level – it would only fund male riders.
She chose to go solo and, as well as launching the crowdfunder in 2019, also worked part-time as a teaching assistant to help fund herself.Later in 2019, she returned to British Cycling with UK Sport’s more flexible approach to funding allowing it to invest in her.Her effort and commitment was rewarded by a stunning ride in Tokyo that saw her end the reign of Colombia’s Pajon, described by the Briton as her childhood idol.