Sunisa Lee Biography and Wiki
Sunisa (Suni) Lee b. March 9, 2003, is an American artistic gymnast popularly known for being the all-around champion and bronze medalist in the uneven bars event at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
She is also famous for being a member of the teams that won a gold medal at the World Championships in the year 2019 and a silver medal at the Olympic Games in the year 2020.
Sunisa Lee Age and Birthday
Sunisa Lee was born on March 9, 2003, in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States of America. She is 18 years old as of 2021.
Sunisa Lee Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall
Sunisa Lee Family
Her parents are John Lee, a businessman by profession and her mother’s name is Yeev Thoj, a healthcare worker by profession. She also has five siblings, her sister’s names are Shyenne Lee and Evionn Lee and her brother’s names are Jonah Lee, Lucky Lee, and Noah Lee.
Sunisa Lee Education
Lee completed her early schooling at a Local High School in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States. She later joined the University in St. Paul, Minnesota, the United States, where she is currently pursuing her graduation.
Since childhood, she has had an interest in gymnastics and started training at the Midwest Gymnastics Centre in Little Canada, Minnesota when she was just six years old.
Sunisa Lee Dating | Boyfriend
According to her age, Sunisa is not yet seeing anyone. This also means that this part will be updated in the future when she is of age and finally finds love.
Sunisa Lee Net Worth
Her net worth ranges from $1 Million to $2 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as an artistic gymnast.
Sunisa Lee 2020 Olympics | Tokyo
During the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan, Lee performed the all-around during qualifications and helped the USA qualify to the team final in second place behind the Russian Olympic Committee. She hit all four of her routines and finished in third place overall behind Simone Biles and Rebeca Andrade and advanced to the final. Additionally, she advanced to the uneven bars final in second place behind Nina Derwael and the balance beam final in third behind Guan Chenchen and Tang Xijing.
She was the first competitor to be eliminated on the uneven bars finals. Sunisa failed to connect several elements and scored a 14.500; despite this, she won the bronze medal. During the balance beam final, Lee placed fifth after finished with the score 13.866.