Paige Greco Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Professional Career, Children

Paige Greco Net Worth

Paige Greco is an Australian Paralympic cyclist who won gold medals know all about Paige Greco Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Professional Career, Children

 Bio
Name Paige Greco
Birthdate ( Age) 19 February 1997
Place of Birth Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Not Married Yet
Spouse/Partner Not Known
Children Not Yet
Parents Name not Known
Siblings Two Sisters and One Brother
Profession Australian Paralympic cyclist
Net Worth $1million
Last Update 2022

Paige Greco  is an Australian Paralympic cyclist who won gold medals at 2019 World Track Championships. She has been selected to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.

Greco is classified as a C3 cyclist. Before turning to cycling, Greco was a promising track and field athlete.In 2018, Greco moved from Victoria to South Australian Sports Institute to be coached by Loz Shaw.

Paige Greco Family, Parents

Greco has cerebral palsy which mainly affects the right side of her body.She has completed an Exercise Science Degree at the University of South Australia.Paige appears to have two sisters and one brother in her family, other than her folks.

Paige Greco  Husband

Paige Greco is not married yet and there is no any information is available on social media about her relationship and marital status.

Paige Greco Net Worth

Paige Greco  is an Australian Paralympic cyclist who won gold medals at 2019 World Track Championships who has an estimated Net Worth arround $1 million in 2022.

Paige Greco Professional Career

Greco is classified as a C3 cyclist. Before turning to cycling, Greco was a promising track and field athlete.In 2018, Greco moved from Victoria to South Australian Sports Institute to be coached by Loz Shaw.

At the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, she won gold medals in the Women’s 3 km Pursuit C3 and C3 500m Time Trial.In qualifying for Women’s 3 km Pursuit final, Greco’s time of 4mins 0.206secs broke the existing world record by three seconds.In the 500m Time Trial C3, her time of 39.442secs smashed the previous mark by almost two seconds.She also won the silver medal in the Women’s Scratch Race C3.

At the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, Emmen, Netherlands, she won the gold medal in the Women’s Time Trial C3 and fifth in the Women’s Road Race C3.

At the 2020 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships, Milton, Ontario, she won the gold medal in the Women’s Individual Pursuit C3.

Greco in her first Paralympic Games in Tokyo, won the Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit C1-3, setting a world record time of 3:50.815 in the gold medal race.Paige Greco clocked a World Record time of 3:50.815 to win the gold medal ahead of China’s Xiaomei Wang and Denise Schindler to clinch the gold medal.

Recognition

2019 – Cycling Australia Para Female Track Cyclist of the Year.
2021 – South Australian Sports Institute Para Athlete of the Year
2022 – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to sport as a gold medallist at the Tokyo Paralympic Games 2020

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