Nadia Comaneci Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Nadia Comaneci Net Worth

Nadia Comaneci has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Nadia Comaneci is a Romanian gymnast who became the first woman to score a perfect 10 in an Olympic gymnastics event in 1976, at age 14.  She earns most of her income from her career as a gymnast and actor. 

At the 1976 Olympic Games, Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci became the first woman to score a perfect 10 in an Olympic gymnastics event, at the age of 14. Her performance at the 1976 Olympics changed both her sport and the expectations of audiences for female athletes. Comaneci won gold medals in the balance beam and floor exercise at the 1980 Olympics. In 1984, she retired from competition and defected to the United States in 1989.

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Here’s the breakdown of her net worth:

Name: Nadia Comaneci
Net Worth: $10 Million
Monthly Salary: $100 Thousand+
Annual Income: $2 Million
Source of Wealth: Gymnast, Actor, Businessperson

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Early Life and Career

Nadia Elena Comaneci was born in Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, Romania, in the Carpathian Mountains, on November 12, 1961, to parents Stefania-Alexandrina and Gheorghe, an auto mechanic. Gymnastics coach Bela Karolyi discovered Comaneci at the age of six (later to become the Romanian national coach). She won the Romanian National Junior Championships and the European Championships as a senior in 1975 and the American Cup in 1976.

1976 Olympic Games

Comaneci wowed the world at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Canada, when she became the first woman to score a perfect 10 in an Olympic gymnastics event at the age of 14. She received seven perfect scores and three gold medals (uneven bars, balance beam, and individual all-around) as well as a bronze medal for her floor exercise. She won silver as a member of Romania’s second-place national team. Comaneci’s performance at the 1976 Olympics changed both her sport and the expectations of audiences for female athletes.

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1980 Olympics and Later Years

Comaneci won two gold medals at the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, Russia, for the balance beam and floor exercise (tying with Soviet gymnast Nellie Kim), and two silver medals for the team competition and individual all-around. (Bela Karolyi defected to the United States in 1981 after coaching the Romanian national team through two Olympiads. Later, he led the country’s gymnastics team to its first World Championships.)

Comaneci retired from competition in 1984 and became a coach for the Romanian team before defecting to the US via Hungary in 1989. She married American gymnast Bart Conner in 1996 and moved to Norman, Oklahoma, after appearing in a series of provocative underwear advertisements.

Comaneci was named “Athlete of the Century” at a gala in Vienna, Austria, in 1999, and received a World Sports Award of the Century.

Comaneci currently works as a television commentator, writes for gymnastic magazines, and travels the world promoting the sport.

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