Gary Hall Jr.

Gary Hall Jr.

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Updated On September 27, 2022

Gary Hall Jr. is a popular American former competition swimmer. Gary Hall Jr. is best known as the ten Olympic medals winner who represented the US at the 1996, 2000, and 2004 Olympics.

Early Life

Gary Hall Jr. was born Gary Wayne Hall Jr. on September 26, 1974, and is currently 47 years old. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, Gary Hall Jr. is American by nationality. Likewise, he follows Christianity. Being born on September 26, his birth sign is Libra.

Talking about his family background, Gary Hall Jr. came from an athletic family. His father’s name is Gary Hall Sr. and was also a professional swimmer who took part in three Olympics. However, his mother’s name and other details are not known. Moving on, his maternal uncle’s name is Charles Keating III, who swam in the 1976 Olympics. Not only this, his maternal grandfather, Charles Keating Jr. is a former national swimming champion of the 1940s.


Concerning his educational background, Gary hasn’t shared any information. Gary also prefers to maintain a low profile regarding his private life, like other celebrities. As a professional swimmer, he might have learned swimming since his childhood.

Professional Life

Gary Hall Jr. started his professional career in the 1996 Atlanta Games. This was his first Olympics and he had only 6 years of experience then. In 1998, Gary got suspended for marijuana use by International Swimming Federation (FINA). In 1999, he also suffered from Type 1 Diabetes. Because of this, he took a break from swimming. Soon after, he made his comeback in the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials where he won the 50 m freestyle and placed second in the 100 m freestyle.

Gary Hall Jr. also competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics held in Sydney, Australia, and won the gold medal in the individual 50 m freestyle. Also, Hall finished first and won the gold and silver in the team relays. Moving on, Gary Hall again won the gold medal in the 50m freestyle during the 2004 Summer Olympics. Similarly, when he was 29, he became one of the older American male Olympic Swimmers. During the US Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, he finished fourth and failed to get qualified for the 2008 Olympic team which was announced on July 5, 2008.

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Caption: Gary winning a medal with his team (source: Azcentral)

Relationship Status

Gary Hall Jr. is in a married relationship with Elizabeth Peterson. The cou0ple got married in the year 2001. However, there is no information regarding how they meet. In addition, the beautiful couple has two children: a daughter named Gigi and a son named Charlie. Gigi is 14 years old while Charlie is 12 years old.

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Caption: Gary with his children (source: KidTripster)

Body Measurements

Talking about body measurement, Gary Hall has a pretty well-shaped and well-maintained body. Since Gary Hall is a swimmer, Gary Hall is very concerned about his body figure and physical appearance. Moreover, Gary Hall stands at a height of around 6 feet and 6 inches or 1.98 inches. Further, Gary Hall has a bodyweight of around 99 kg or 218 pounds.

Moving on regularly do physical exercise and workouts to maintain his stamina. However, Gary Hall’s body measurements such as chest size, waist size, and hip size are not available. In addition, Gary Hall has beautiful brown eyes along with golden hair.

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Caption: Gary posing in his style with his pet (source: Instagram)

Social Media and Net Worth

When it comes to his social media availability, Gary Hall is active on Instagram and Twitter. His official @garyhall.jr Instagram account has more than 4k followers. To date, he has 481 posts that include pictures and videos related to his personal and professional life. Moving on, Gary joined Twitter in July 2014 and has over 1.2k followers.

Gary Hall Jr. has earned a generous amount of wealth throughout his career. Though, he hasn’t shared his annual income and monthly salary with the media. According to the online resources, Gary has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million US dollars. He made this huge amount of money through his professional swimming career.

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