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Date of Birth April 17, 1993
Age 28 years, 7 months, 27 days
Place of Birth Tampa
Country United States
Profession Fencer
Horoscope Aries

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Race Imboden net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2020-21! In this article, we will discover how old is Race Imboden? Who is Race Imboden dating now & how much money does Race Imboden have?

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Race Imboden Biography

Race Imboden is a famous Fencer, who was born on April 17, 1993 in United States. Olympic fencer and fashion model known for competing in the 2012 Summer Olympics and taking the silver medal at the 2013 World Fencing Championship. He is also a three time Pan-American champion and took the 2014-15 Fencing World Cup. According to Astrologers, Race Imboden's zodiac sign is Aries.

Race Imboden (born April 17, 1993) is an American foil fencer and menswear fashion model. A team titlist and medalist at several international competitions: the 2016 Summer Olympics where his event team brought home a Bronze Medal, the 2013 World Fencing Championships where they brought home a team silver medal, brought home the title of the 2014–15 Fencing World Cup, and the 2017 World Fencing Championships with a team silver medal.

Though born in Tampa, Florida, he later settled in Brooklyn, New York. He was named after Race Bannon, a character from the Jonny Quest cartoons.

Imboden joined the Fencer’s Club in Manhattan, where he first met Jed Dupree and Dan Kellner, both of whom were foil fencing Olympians at the 2004 Summer Olympics. They worked with him as a student. Imboden was educated at the Dwight School, which supported his budding sports career. His debut international competition came at age 14 when he won a bronze medal in the cadet (U17) 2010 world fencing championships. After graduating high school in spring 2011 he reconsidered his earlier signed intent to immediately attend Notre Dame, and took a year to focus on his training. He became a member of the Brooklyn Bridge Fencing Club, in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn, with Dan Kellner as his coach. He finally opted for St. John’s University in New York, because it is closer to his family and coach.

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Imboden joined the national cadet (U17) team in 2010 and capped the year with the Cadet National Championship title. A year later, he was an individual titlist at the Senior National Championship in Portland, Oregon, and team foil titlist at the 2011 and 2012 Pan American Fencing Championships. At the age of 17, he made the senior national team for the 2011 World Championships in Catania. For his first participation to an event of this magnitude, he reached the quarter-finals after seeing off triple world titlist Peter Joppich, but lost to France’s Victor Sintès.

Race Imboden Net Worth

Race Imboden is one of the richest Fencer & listed on most popular Fencer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Race Imboden net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Race Imboden Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Fencer
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House Living in own house.

As a child, he was playing with a toy sword in a park in Atlanta when a stranger suggested to his parents he take up fencing. However, it wasn’t until he moved to New York City that he joined a fencing club.

Imboden joined the national cadet (U17) team in 2010 and capped the year with the Cadet National Championship title. A year later, he was an individual titlist at the Senior National Championship in Portland, Oregon, and team foil titlist at the 2011 and 2012 Pan American Fencing Championships. At the age of 17, he made the senior national team for the 2011 World Championships in Catania. For his first participation to an event of this magnitude, he reached the quarter-finals after seeing off triple world titlist Peter Joppich, but lost to France’s Victor Sintès.

At the beginning of the 2011–12 World Cup he stood on the World Cup podium for his bronze medal in the Challenge International de Paris. His good international results qualified him to the US national team to compete at the London 2012 Summer Olympics with the top-ranked team in the Americas zone. Seeded No. 4, he finished 9th after being eliminated in the table of 16 by Andrea Baldini of Italy. In the team event, No. 5 seeded USA prevailed over France, lost to Italy (who would win the gold medal), and a loss followed in the bronze medal match with Germany.

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He is a passionate DJ and interned with the independent record label Fool’s Gold in 2012.

Imboden’s other passion is hip hop. He interned at independent label Fool’s Gold in 2012 and is a DJ in his spare time.

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In 2013 Imboden won the gold medal at the 2013 Copa Villa La Habana, his first World Cup title, breaking a 14-year drought of US Foil World Cup titlists. He is now one of two US men’s foil fencers to have won a World Cup competition. In June of the same year he won a silver medal in the Pan American fencing Championships in Cartagena after being defeated in the final by his teammate Gerek Meinhardt. At the 2013 World Fencing Championships in Budapest Imboden was defeated in the table of 16 by Ukraine’s Rostyslav Hertsyk, who later earned a bronze medal. He took part in the team event for the United States, who lost the final to Italy and took the silver medal. Imboden finished 10th in the 2012–13 FIE world rankings.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Fencer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Race Imboden celebrates birthday on April 17 of every year.

Imboden began the 2013–14 season win a silver medal finish in the 2013 World Combat Games. He won his second USA Division-1 National Championship title in April 2014, defeating David Willette 15–6. He placed second in the SK Trophée in Seoul and third in the Prince Takamado World Cup. The World Championships in Kazan were a disappointment as Imboden was defeated in the table of 16 by teammate Gerek Meinhardt. In the team event, No.4 seed USA lost to eventual silver medallist China in the quarter-finals and finished fifth. Imboden finished the season world No.10 for the second time in a row.

In the 2014–15 season Imboden made the quarter-finals in the San Francisco World Cup and proceeded to win gold at the Prince Takamodo World Cup in Tokyo after overcoming Russia’s Dmitry Rigin in the final. He posted a third place in the Trofeo Inalpi in Turin, Italy. In January 2015 he achieved a double gold at the Challenge International de Paris: he became the first American to win the individual event after defeating Italy’s Daniele Garozzo, then earned a second gold medal in the team event after Team USA prevailed over Italy. Imboden then took a bronze medal in the Havana Grand Prix. In April he won the Master de Fleuret in Melun, prevailing over Ma Jianfei in the final. Two weeks later he earned the gold medal at the 2015 Pan American Championships in Santiago, his third individual Pan American title. The 2015 World Championships in Moscow proved a disappointment: Imboden was defeated in the table of 16 by Olympic champion Lei Sheng. In the team event, the United States lost to Italy in the quarter-finals and finished sixth after the placement rounds. Imboden did, however, ended the season World no.1, ten points ahead of newly crowned world champion Yuki Ota, thus becoming the first American male fencer to win the overall World Cup.

In the 2015–16 season Imboden achieved another double-gold haul at the Paris World Cup, becoming the first fencer since Benjamin Kleibrink in 2006–2007 to win back-to-back editions. Three podiums out of three World Cup competitions sealed the United States’ qualification to the team event of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, guaranteeing three American slots in the individual event. Despite a further bronze medal at the Havana Grand Prix and a no.4 world ranking, Imboden was overtaken in the US rankings and qualified to the Olympics only as a reserve for the team event.

On 21 August 2019, Imboden was placed on a twelve-month probation by the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee for his protest at the Pan American Games.

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