Sandi Morris became the world indoor champion once again in 2022, having previously won the title in 2018.
Pole vaulter Sandi Morris represents the United States in international events. She became the world indoor champion once again in 2022, having previously won the title in 2018. She then followed it by winning her third silver medal at the World Championships 2022 held in Eugene, Oregon with a best effort of 4.85 m. She accomplished both these titles under her new coach Brad Walker. Morris turned professional in 2015 after signing the deal with Puma. She increased her personal best from 4.72 meters to an astounding 5.00 meters in the year 2016. In 2016, Sandi won her first indoor USA championship by leaping 4.95m and captured silver at the World Indoor Championships and won her first Olympic medal.
In every activity she tried, Sandi was naturally athletic, but her personality fit track the best. Sandi evolved into a talented track athlete and volleyball player as her attention span expanded. In addition to sports, Sandi liked art lessons, horseback riding, playing violin in the symphony, learning how to play the acoustic guitar, and caring for her variety of beloved pets. She lists her love of animals as one of her most distinguishing traits. She learned empathy for other people and grew to appreciate all living things as a result of it.
She initially enrolled at UNC Chapel Hill and studied there for two years. Sandi felt it was time for a change because she wasn’t doing better on the track or in the classroom. She then made the decision to pursue a broadcast journalism major at the University of Arkansas and collaborate with Coach Bryan Compton, who established a legendary vault with the Razorbacks. He had guided Olympic athletes Tina Sutej and April Bennett to NCAA titles and records. Sandi had no idea that four years after first meeting Coach Compton, she would be jumping nearly 2.5 feet higher, breaking the Outdoor American Record and winning medals in her first Olympic Games. Sandi’s collegiate career ended in 2015.
The Net Worth of American pole vaulter and two-time World Indoor Champion Sandi Morris is estimated to be between 1 million to 10 million dollars. However, the exact amount is not known.
The Salary of Rio Olympics silver medalist Sandi is not known.
American pole vaulter Sandi Morris has endorsement deals, partnerships and sponsorships with the following brands: