Aly Raisman Net Worth

How Much is Aly Raisman’s Net Worth as of 2023?

Aly Raisman Net Worth:
$3 Million

Aly Raisman Net Worth

Aly Raisman – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $3 Million
Date of birth: May 25, 1994 (29 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Gymnast

Aly was born May 25, 1994 in Needham, Massachusetts. She was trained to become a gymnast from an early age, which probably can be attributed to the fact that her mother Lynn Raisman (née Faber) used to be also a gymnast. Aly won gold medal on World Championships in Tokyo (2011) and Glasgow (2015) and also on Olympics in London (2012) and Rio De Janeiro (2016). She definitely belongs to the world’s best athletes. She’s Jewish.


She started gymnastics at the age of 2. As a junior, Aly had competed American Classic in San Diego and National Championship in Dallas in 2009.

How Rich is Aly Raisman
The gymnast impresses with a net worth of 3000000 dollars. Congratulations for this achievement!

Personal Life

Aly was in a relationship with Jamie McGill from 2009 to 2012, and she engaged in Colton Underwood in 2016. Their relationship lasts for one year. They broke up in 2017.


“If I had tried the Olympics any younger, I wouldn’t have been as prepared as I am right now. But there are definitely a ton of juniors out there, all around the world and in the USA, that if there was no age limit, they could definitely make the Olympic team.”

— Aly Raisman

“I made myself a little angry before beam. That’s the best way to do beam. It’s important to fuel yourself with some devastating things, but I also realized that if I daydream about doing well and having this silver medal, it’s more motivating than focusing on the negatives. So I learned to focus on the positive.”

— Aly Raisman

“Tumbling has always been my favorite.”

— Aly Raisman

“I hate that number. I hate the number four. I just wanna, like, cut it in half and kill it. I hate it. I’ve been fourth so many times.”

— Aly Raisman

“When I first turned elite in gymnastics, when I was 14, that’s when I really became more inspired than ever. I just always kept that in the back of my mind, and always thought about making the 2012 team.”

— Aly Raisman