Greg Rice Net Worth, Age, Height, Wiki & Full Bio

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Greg Rice Wiki/Bio

The late Joseph Gregory Rice (January 3, 1916 – May 19, 1991) was an American long-distance runner. He won the 5000 m five times as an American, established world indoor records at two and three miles, and got the Sullivan Award as the finest American amateur athlete in 1940. Like that of other athletes of his time, his athletic career was cut short by the onset of World War II.

Quick Bio 
Real Name Joseph Gregory Rice
Known as Greg Rice
Hometown West Palm Beach, Florida
Age75
Nationality  American
ProfessionRunner
ReligionChristian

Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign

Greg Rice’s birthday is on 3rd January. He has reached the age of 75. Greg ’s zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Birthdate3rd January
Day of BirthTuesday
Year of Birth 1916
Birth SignCapricorn
Birth Sign DualityAssertive
Birth Sign Modality & ElementCardinal & Fire
Opposite SignScorpio

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Height5 feet 5 inches
Weight72 Kg or 158 Pounds
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorGreen
TattooNo

Early Life and Family

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Education

There is no information available about his education.

Greg Rice Net Worth

The net worth of Greg Rice is estimated to be between $1 Million to $2 Million American Dollars. The primary source of his earnings is coming from his career as a Runner.

Net Worth$1 Million – $2 Million
Source of incomeRunner
Last Updated2022

Trivia

  • He is a native of the United States.
  • Capricorn is his star sign, and Earth is the element associated with his zodiac sign.

Achievements

  • Rice earned the Sullivan Award as the best American amateur athlete in 1940.
  • His induction into the US Track & Field Hall of Fame took place in 1977.
  • In 1994, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Montana High School Association.
  • He was admitted into the Millrose Games Hall of Fame in 2005 (for his four Millrose Games victories at 2 miles in 1939 and 1941–43).

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