|Who is it?||Track and field athlete, Coach|
|Birth Day||December 30, 1961|
|Ben Johnson age||61 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$3 Million|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
Ben Johnson, a prominent figure in the world of track and field, is projected to have a net worth of $3 million by 2023. Known for his incredible speed and athleticism, Johnson has achieved great success as both an athlete and a coach in Canada. Throughout his career, he has set numerous records and won multiple prestigious competitions. Despite facing a controversial doping scandal in the past, Johnson has continued to make significant contributions to the sport and remains highly regarded in the athletic community. With his wealth and experience, Johnson aims to further his coaching endeavors and inspire future generations of track and field athletes in Canada and beyond.
He began to make a name for himself in the early 80s, winning two Silver Medals at the Brisbane Commonwealth Games. At the Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984, he again distinguished himself, winning Bronze Medals in the 100-meter relay, and the 100-meter sprint. By the mid-80s, he had established himself as Canada's faster runner, and had broken all Canadian sprint records. He won Gold at the World Indoor Championships in Paris and at the World Cup in Canberra in 1985, and Bronze in the 200-meter sprint at the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh in 1986. Sadly, he is most widely remembered for being stripped of his Gold Medal for the 100 meters in Rome in 1987 and his Gold Medal for his record breaking sprint at the Olympics in Seoul in 1988, after testing positive for steroid use. He also is famous for having a heated rivalry with fellow sprinter Carl Lewis.