Valent Sinković Net Worth

Valent Sinković is a Croatian rower born on August 02, 1988. He has achieved great success in his career, winning multiple medals at the World Championships and the Olympics. He has also been successful in his personal life, with a net worth estimated to be in the millions. His biography reveals his age, height, and family background. He continues to be active in the rowing world, with regular updates on his career available online.
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Birth Day August 02, 1988
Birth Place Croatia
Birth Sign Leo

💰 Net worth

Valent Sinković, a well-known rower from Croatia, is anticipated to have a net worth ranging from $100,000 to $1 million by 2024. With his impressive rowing skills and numerous achievements, Sinković has become a prominent figure in the world of professional rowing. His success not only adds to his wealth but also aids in elevating the recognition and popularity of the sport in Croatia. As Sinković continues to excel and participate in various rowing competitions, his net worth is expected to grow significantly in the coming years.

Valent is the older brother of rower Martin Sinković. The brothers took gold in the men's double sculls at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, he and his brother took silver in the men's quadruple sculls alongside David Šain and Damir Martin. He has 1,000 subscribers on YouTube and 40,000 on Instagram, both accounts he shares with Martin.

An all-around athlete as a child, Valent started out as a gymnast at 3. He then spent a few years in the youth system in Zagreb's HAVK Mladost waterpolo club. He also spent six years as a fullback in various youth soccer systems. When an injury forced him to quit soccer at 12, he turned to rowing, after his mother had signed him up alongside his brothers Martin and Matija.

When people ask him before a race if he is nervous, as he told a interviewer after he and brother Marin had just won gold at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics: "We are always nervous before the race. That means that the race means something to you, and it's normal, so we are used to that feeling. Nervous is good, I think. It gets your adrenaline up, so I think it's good in rowing. It's normal."

In 2017, he married his partner, Antonela, a law student.

He and brother Martin are considered one of the great pair of rowers of all time, comparable to the great duo of Eric Murray and Hamish Bond. When asked by who was better, though, the brothers remained humble: "Maybe if we race them in a few years, then we will adapt, but I think for now, they are better."