Ryan Hall Net Worth (U.S. Runner), Career Earnings, Salary

It is estimated that Ryan Hall Runner Net Worth is around $20 million. Ryan Hall is a U.S Olympic runner who has represented U.S in many long-running competitions.

Ryan Hall Runner Net Worth

It is estimated that Ryan Hall Runner Net Worth is around $20 million. Ryan Hall is a U.S Olympic runner who has represented U.S in many long-running competitions.

Ryan Hall has been known for his notable performance in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Marathon; He finished in the number one spot for 2008 & 2012.

Ryan Hall has made most of his money by competing in long-running competitions, Brand Endorsements, and business ventures.

Athlete NameRyan Hall
Country United States of America
Ryan Hall Net Worth$20 Million
Notable WinsUSA 7 Mile Championship event, 2009 ING Philadelphia Distance Run Half-Marathon, Two time Olympic qualifier
Wife NameSara Bei
Date Of Birth14 October, 1982
About Ryan Hall Runner

Ryan Hall Brand Endorsement and Sponsorship

  • ASICS had sponsored Ryan Hall since 2005 when he was under the coaching of Terrence Mahon (a former Villanova University runner).
  • In 2011, MuscleTech, a sports brand, Hired Ryan Hall as its Official Run Coach for all of the athletes sponsored by MuscleTech.
  • Ryan Hall, a US Olympic marathon runner, signed a multi-year endorsement agreement with Pacebands in 2013.
  • In 2018, Ryan Hall was hired by the Indian Govt. To train their Runners in their upcoming competitions.

We don’t have the actual numbers, but it is estimated that Ryan Hall has made more than $15-20 Million and still making more money by coaching & endorsing brands.

Ryan Hall Runner Career

Ryan Hall High School Career

Ryan Hall was a junior in high school when he entered the running world. At the same time, Chad Hall, his younger brother, had won the 2006 national meet.

In 2000, He won junior and senior seasons at Big Bear high school of California state cross-country championship.

Ryan Hall University Career

During his tenure at Stanford University, Hall won the Murray Keating Invitational In his debut and finished 76th at NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships.

Ryan Hall also won the Stanford Invitational in cross country and the Notre Dame Invitational his second year.

Ryan Hall was named first-team all Pac-10 and earned All-American honors for his 37th-place finish in the NCAA Championships. This was followed by a 1500m record of 3:43.37 in his first year on the track in 2003.

Ryan Hall Professional Career

In 2006, Ryan Hall won the Great Cow Harbor 10K in Northport. He continued his success by breaking the U.S. 20k record in October 2008. He ran 57:54 in 48 seconds, 48 seconds quicker than Abdi Abdirahman’s 2005 record.

In 2007, Hall won the Aramco Houston Half-Marathon with a record-breaking time of 59:43. Later, Hall was placed 7th at the Flora London Marathon.

In 2008, Hall won the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Marathon with a Trials record 2:09:02 in New York City. He, Dathan Ritzenhein and Brian Sell were qualified to run at Beijing, China’s 2008 Olympic Games.

Ryan Hall 2012 Olympic Career

In January 2012, Ryan Hall competed in Olympic marathon trials. Ryan was leading at halfway, but he finished second to Meb Keflezighi.

He also signed up for the New York City Marathon later. However, he could not complete the race due to injury, so he withdrew.

Ryan Hall Person Best Records

DateEventLocationRecord Time
April 18, 2011MarathonBoston2:04:58
April 13, 2008MarathonLondon, England, UK2:06:17
January 14, 2007Half MarathonHouston, Texas, USA59:43 NR
January 14, 200710 Miles+Houston, Texas, USA45:33
March 31, 200710,000 mStanford, California, USA28:07.93
June 24, 20055,000 mCarson, California, USA13:16.03
June 9, 20011500 mStanford, California, USA3:42.70
Ryan Hall Personal Best

Ryan Hall Personal Life

On October 14, 1982, Ryan Hall was born in Kirkland, Washington.

In September 2005, Hall married a professional runner and his college girlfriend, Sara Bei. Both Ryan and Sara have devoted Christians.

Chad Hall, Hall’s younger brother, won the 2006 Foot Locker National Cross Country Championships.

Chad was following the footsteps of his sister-in-law, Sara Hall (nee Bei), who won the girl’s championships 2000.

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