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Alicia Sacramone was born on 3 December, 1987 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, is an American artistic gymnast. Discover Alicia Sacramone’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 3 December 1987
Birthday 3 December
Birthplace Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Nationality United States

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Alicia Sacramone Height, Weight & Measurements

At 35 years old, Alicia Sacramone height
is 1.55 m .

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Who Is Alicia Sacramone’s Husband?

Her husband is Brady Quinn (2014-present)

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Alicia Sacramone Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Alicia Sacramone worth at the age of 35 years old? Alicia Sacramone’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. She is from United States. We have estimated
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Net Worth in 2023 $8 Million
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Sacramone announced her engagement to former Notre Dame and NFL quarterback Brady Quinn in August 2013 and they married in March 2014. On August 6, 2016, she announced the birth of their first daughter, Sloan Scott Quinn, on Instagram. They welcomed their second daughter, Teagan Marie Quinn, on July 6, 2018. Their third daughter, Cassidy Nicole Quinn, was born on February 12, 2020.


While training for the World Championships in Tokyo, Sacramone tore her Achilles tendon. She returned to the U.S. immediately for surgery. However, the team kept her name on the roster, and she was given a gold medal despite not competing. This gave her the most World Championships medals of any female American gymnast, with ten. Simone Biles would break that record in 2015.

On December 15, 2015, it was announced that Sacramone had been inducted as a 2016 class of the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame.


In 2013, Sacramone was inducted into the Louisiana Italian American Sports Hall of Fame, located at the American Italian Cultural Center.


Sacramone qualified for the 2012 Visa National Championships. She placed first on vault and third on balance beam. At the Olympic Trials, Sacramone placed second on vault and balance beam, but was not named to the Olympic team. “I leave this sport with no regrets,” she posted on her Twitter feed shortly after the team was selected.


Early in 2011, Sacramone signed a deal with Under Armour to supply her with competitive apparel for domestic competitions.

In July 2011, she added floor exercise to her competitive repertoire at the CoverGirl Classic in Chicago. Competing on three events, Sacramone won gold on vault, tied for gold on beam with Jordyn Wieber, and won the bronze on floor (13.9).

Sacramone appeared nude in ESPN’s 2011 “Body Issue” and talked about how her body had evolved throughout her elite career and the changes in her self-perception.


On July 24, 2010, Sacramone competed in the CoverGirl Classic. She placed first on both beam and vault, not competing on floor or bars, and was named USA Today’s Athlete of the Week.


After the Olympics, Sacramone confirmed her retirement in February 2009 during an interview at a Boston Bruins game.

On August 6, 2009, Sacramone announced her return to training for elite competition. Her comeback was slowed, however, after shoulder surgery earlier that year.

During the summer of 2009, Sacramone briefly stayed in Los Angeles and designed for Tank Farm, a men’s fashion company. She has discussed her intent to return to college in the media, but announced in August 2009 that she was not intending to return to Brown University. “I plan to continue school, [but] I’m looking into transferring somewhere in Boston,” she said in an interview with Inside Gymnastics magazine. “Brown is a great school and I loved it, but it was just not the best atmosphere for me; maybe a little too liberal. It was a great two years, and I learned a lot about myself and from the professors and coaches there. I’m looking at Boston University, Boston College and Harvard. I want to weigh my options before I make an ultimate decision, but I would love to transfer to Harvard. I think that would be pretty much ideal.”


In June 2008, Sacramone and her teammates Shawn Johnson and Nastia Liukin became the first female athletes ever to be signed as CoverGirl spokesmodels. Sacramone is also a member of Team 24 Fitness and serves as a spokeswoman for the fitness company. In 2009, she also appeared in a Gatorade commercial that spoofed Monty Python and the Holy Grail as “Alicia, The Girl Who Made Horse Trotting Noises.”


At the 2007 National Championships, Sacramone competed on three events, choosing to skip the uneven bars. She defended her title on the vault, placed second on the floor exercise and third on the balance beam. Following Nationals, she was named to the American team for the World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany.

Both the Brestyans and the U.S. National Team Coordinator, Márta Károlyi, suggested that Sacramone forgo NCAA competition during the 2007–08 season to concentrate on her preparations for the 2008 Olympics. In September 2007, Sacramone announced that she was “turning pro” and signed with an agent, forfeiting her remaining NCAA eligibility.

In the 2007–08 academic year, Sacramone continued to work with the Brown gymnastics team as a volunteer assistant coach. She remained a student at Brown, concentrated in sociology, but took the spring 2008 semester off to prepare for the Olympics. She competed well at the National Championships in Boston and the Olympic Trials in Philadelphia, and on July 19, she was named to the U.S. team for Beijing.


Sacramone continued to compete for the U.S. team in 2006 and participated in the World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark, where she won a silver medal with the American squad and an individual silver on the vault. She defended her vault and floor titles at that year’s U.S. Nationals.

In September 2006, Sacramone enrolled in Brown University and joined the school’s gymnastics team. During the 2006–07 season, she juggled a full NCAA competition schedule with her elite training at Brestyan’s. She was the first female American gymnast since Kelly Garrison in the late 1980s to combine full-time university studies and NCAA competition with elite gymnastics.


At the 2005 National Championships, Sacramone won the individual titles on floor and vault, scoring a 9.9 on floor, and placed third on the balance beam and fourth in the all-around. She was named to the American team, along with Nastia Liukin and Chellsie Memmel, for the 2005 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia, where she won a gold medal on floor and placed third on vault. She also defended her World Cup vault title


In 2004, Sacramone helped the U.S. win a team gold medal at the Pacific Alliance Championships in Honolulu and won the individual vault title. Her performances caught the attention of the media, which began to mention her as a contender for the American team at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. However, at the 2004 U.S. Nationals, an error-filled performance dashed her hopes of an Olympic berth. Although she tied with Mohini Bhardwaj for the silver medal on the vault, she finished in 19th place overall and did not qualify to the Olympic Trials. She also injured her back and required time off to recover.

Sacramone continued competing in late 2004 as a member of the national team and was assigned to several international meets, including the Pan American Individual Event Championships, where she won the vault and floor exercise titles. At the World Cup Finals in Birmingham, England, she attracted media attention again when she upset reigning Olympic vault champion Monica Roşu of Romania to take first place on the event.


At the 2003 National Championships, Sacramone placed 14th in the all-around, won a bronze medal on floor exercise, and placed fourth on vault, earning a spot on the national team. Later that year, she participated in her first international competition as a senior, the Massilia Gym Cup in Marseille, France, where she placed fourth on floor and ninth on vault.


Sacramone began competing at the elite level in 2002 and made the national team for the first time in 2003.

2002: “Jazz Machine” by Black Machine
2003–04: “Explosive” by Bond
2005: “Que Locura” by Christian Reyes
2006–08: “Santa Maria (Del Buen Ayre)” by the Gotan Project
2011: “300 Violin Orchestra” by Jorge Quintero and “Heart of Courage” by Two Steps from Hell


She began studying dance at the age of five and started gymnastics three years later, in 1996. She trained with Mihai and Silvia Brestyan at a club called Gymnastics and More, and followed them when they opened their own facility in Ashland, Massachusetts. The Brestyans served as Sacramone’s coaches for the rest of her career.


Alicia Marie Sacramone Quinn (/ˌ s æ k r ə ˈ m oʊ n i / ; born December 3, 1987) is a retired American artistic gymnast. She won a silver medal with the United States team at the 2008 Summer Olympics and is the second-most decorated American gymnast in World Championship history, with ten medals.

Sacramone was born in Boston on December 3, 1987, to parents Fred, an orthodontist, and Gail Sacramone, a hairstylist and salon owner. She is of Italian descent and has an older brother, Jonathan. She graduated from Winchester High School in 2006.