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Ronald Rauhe was born on 2 October, 1981 in Berlin, Germany, is a German canoeist. At 39 years old, Ronald Rauhe height is 5 ft 10 in (179.0 cm).

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Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 2 October 1981
Birthday 2 October
Birthplace Berlin, Germany
Nationality German

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Weight 82 kg
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Ronald Rauhe Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ronald Rauhe worth at the age of 39 years old? Ronald Rauhe’s income source is mostly from being a successful Canoeist. He is from German. We have estimated Ronald Rauhe's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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At the 2016 Summer Olympics, he won the bronze medal in the K-1 200 metres event, recording the same time (to a thousandth of a second) as Saúl Craviotto – wiping out the memory of his greatest competitive disappointment, finishing last in the final heat of this event four years previously at the London Olympics.


In June 2015, he competed in the inaugural European Games, for Germany in canoe sprint, more specifically, Men's K-2 200m with Tom Liebscher. He earned a silver medal.


On the national level, he has won 50 national titles at the German Championships. His 50th title was the 500 m in the K-1 on 2 May 2009 in Duisburg.


At the World Championships in his home country Germany in 2007, he and his partner Tim Wieskötter won again the K-2 500 m and came second in the K-2 200 m.


If Rauhe's rivals hoped this marked the beginning of a decline in the German's fortunes they were to be disappointed. In 2006 Rauhe was back on top form and won more titles than ever before. At the European Championships in Račice, Czech Republic he won three gold medals, retaining his K-2 500 m title, regaining the K-1 200 m crown from Pérez and winning the K-2 200 m for the first time in his career.


Rauhe also dominated the K-1 200 m individual sprint, winning three consecutive golds in both the world and European championships before losing out to Spain's Carlos Pérez in 2005.


Since 2000, the Rauhe/Wieskötter partnership has enjoyed unrivalled success, winning the major K-2 500 m race from 2001 to 2007 (six world titles and the 2004 Olympic gold). The pair have also won eight straight European championships over 500 m (2000–2008; there was no championship in 2003).


Rauhe was selected for the 1997 World Junior Championships in Lahti, Finland at the age of just fifteen years nine months. Competing against paddlers up to three years older he won two medals – gold in the K-4 500 m and silver in the K-1 500 m, an unprecedented achievement for a fifteen-year-old. After winning three more gold medals at the next edition of the world junior championships in Zagreb, Croatia, in 1999 he stepped up to the senior German national team.


Ronald Rauhe (born 2 October 1981) is a German sprint canoeist who has competed since 1997. Competing in five Summer Olympics, he won a complete set of medals in the K-2 500 m event (gold: 2004, silver: 2008, bronze: 2000). Rauhe has won 13 world championship gold medals, the most by a male kayaker; now with 23 World medals, in 2011 he exceeded the 20 of his compatriot, Torsten Gutsche.