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Jo Brigden-Jones was born on 19 April, 1988 in Mona Vale, Australia. At 32 years old, Jo Brigden-Jones height is 6 ft 0 in (182.9 cm).
Now We discover Jo Brigden-Jones's Biography, Age, 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 net worth at the age of 32 years old?
|Age||32 years old|
|Born||19 April 1988|
|Birthplace||Mona Vale, Australia|
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Jo Brigden-Jones Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Jo Brigden-Jones worth at the age of 32 years old? Jo Brigden-Jones’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Sydney. We have estimated Jo Brigden-Jones's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In 2019, Jo and her K4 teammates qualified Australia a K4 500m quote position for Australia to race at the Tokyo Olympic Games, when they finished 7th at the 2019 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary. Jo is currently in training to qualify herself onto the Australian Olympic Team for 2020.
In 2018, The Australian women's K4 500 (Alyce Burnett (QLD), Alyssa Bull (NSW) and Jaime Roberts (WA), Jo Brigden-Jones (NSW)), canoe sprint team shocked even themselves with a stunning silver medal at the ICF World Cup in Szeged, Hungary. The Australian crew, which only came together two months ago, chased the highly rated New Zealand team to the line, and in the process set the fastest ever time for a women's K4 500 crew. The crew went on to place 7th at the 2018 World Championships in Portugal.
In 2016, Jo controversially missed selection for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. In the domestic selection trails, Brigden-Jones had 3 wins in K1 races and 3 second places in K1 and K2 races. She was then forced into a race off with teammate Naomi Flood at the World Cup in Duisburg. But both athletes were racing in different events but their results were compared. Jo was only allowed to race the K1 200m event, and was not allowed to contest her preferred distance, the 500m. As a results of the World Cup race, Jo was not selected for the 2016 Rio Olympic Team.
Following the 2016 World Cup, Jo commenced work as a paramedic with NSW Ambulance. Jo had planned to hang up her paddle and retire from kayaking. Jo was drawn back to paddling, as she loves the sport and has great friends who were still training and racing. Jo decided to go along to training to keep fit and for the coffee catch ups after training. It was her competitive nature that kicked in and she decided to keep racing. Incredibly at the 2017 National Championships, Jo won the K1 200m. Even Jo was baffled, but delighted. Jo hadn't been able to train as much as she used to given her full-time shift work hours. Jo continued to pursue full-time work and training and went on to race internationally bringing home two silver medals at the World Cups and a place in the K1 500m A final at the World Championships.
Australia Day Ambassador 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019
Manly Pathway of Olympians - plaque placed in 2013 for Olympian status
Jo raced for Australia at the London 2012 Olympic Games in the K4 500m event. Her crew finished in 9th place. Jo is a World Championship medalist, having won a Bronze medal in the K2 200m event at the 2011 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.
Brigden-Jones was selected to represent Australia at 2012 Summer Olympics in the K-4 500 m event. The London Games will be her Olympic debut. Before the start of the Games, she and her canoe teammates trained in Italy at the AIS European Training Centre located in Varese. Jo and her teammates finish 9th at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Charles Sturt University Distance Education Sports Person of the Year 2012 & 2014
Sport Achievement Award - Australian Institute of Sport 2011
In 2010, Brigden-Jones was ranked second in the world in the solo kayak paddler event. She finished third in the K2 200m event and fifth in the K4 500m event at the 2011 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary. She finished 7th in the K4 500m event at the 2011 World Cup 3 in Duisburg, Germany. She finished fifth in the K4 500m event at the 2011 World Cup 2 in Racice, Czech Republic. She finished first in the K4 500m event at the 2012 Oceania Championships in Penrith, Australia. She finished first in the K4 500m event at the 2012 National Championships in Penrith, Australia. At a 2012 World Cup event in Moscow in the two person kayak, she finished first.
University of Technology, Sydney, Sportswoman of the Year 2008 & 2009
University of Technology, Sydney, Full Blue award 2008 & 2009
After finishing high school in 2005, Jo began studying a Bachelor of Nursing at the University of Technology, Sydney. Jo was supported by UTS through the Elite Athlete Program during her years studying at UTS. She worked as a Registered Nurse on a casual basis from 2012 to 2015. In 2012, she started studying a Post Graduate course in Paramedics through Charles Sturt University. She managed her study alongside her training and her work as a RN. Jo commenced work in her dream career as a Paramedic in 2016. Jo had wanted to become a paramedic since she was 10 years old. Jo currently works full-time as a Paramedic for NSW Ambulance.
Jo has been named on Australian Kayak Teams every year since 2004. This includes Australian Junior Team, Australian Youth Olympic Festival, Under 23 Team, Senior Team and Olympic Team. Jo holds 38 Australian National Titles over various boat categories and distances.
Brigden-Jones came into the kayaking in 2001 following a talent identification program. Jo made her first Australian Team at the age of 15. She raced in Europe as part of the Australian Junior Kayak Team and won her first international medal at the prestigious Bochum Regatta in Germany. She won a silver medal in the U16 K1 1000m.
Jo Brigden-Jones (born 19 April 1988) is an Australian kayaker. She represented Australia at 2012 Summer Olympics in the K-4 500 m event.
Nicknamed Goanna, Brigga, JBJ, Joey and Jo Toe, Brigden-Jones was born on 19 April 1988 in Mona Vale, New South Wales. She attended Newport Public School before going to Oxford Falls Grammar School and Freshwater Senior Campus for high school. From 2006 to 2010, she attended the University of Technology, Sydney where she earned a Bachelor of Nursing. She earned a Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) from Charles Sturt University. In 2010, she injured her shoulder which required ten months out of competitive sport. In 2013, she again injured her shoulder requiring another long period out of sport. She is a nurse and a paramedic. As of 2012, she lives in the Sydney suburb of Mona Vale.