Damian Warner

Birth Day November 4th, 1989
Birth Place London, Ontario
Age 32 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio

The 2020 Olympic Champion, Damian Warner is a Canadian track and field athlete who specializes in the decathlon. During his career, he participated in several national and international games and won 4 Gold, 2 Silver, and 3 Bronze to date. Also, he holds the title to the Pan Am Games record the Canadian record for the decathlon, and the fourth-highest decathlon score in history. Here is a list of his participated games and his achievements which is mentioned below. If you want to know more about him and his personal life, you should scroll through the page below.

Early Life

Damian Warner was born in 1989 to his parents. Currently, he is aged 32 years. He experienced his childhood in London, Ontario, Canada along with his two siblings. They are Chaz Perriman and Kristi Warner. Similarly, His nationality is Canadian and belongs to mixed ethnicity. Further, his zodiac sign is Scorpio and he has a deep faith in Christianity.

For education, he went to Montcalm Secondary School. His other education details are yet to be disclosed.

Personal Life

Damian Warner is a married man. He was happily married to Jennifer Cotton who is a former elite hurdler. The information regarding their dating history and the marriage ceremony is yet to be revealed. However, the couple blessed a son in March 2021 and named him Theo. Currently, the couple enjoying their life happily with their newborn son.


Net Worth

Damian Warner was engaged in the sports industry since 2010. During his career, he participated in several national and international games and won 4 Gold, 2 Silver, and 3 Bronze to date. Thus, he should have earned the sum of a good amount of money and fame throughout his career. Based on some online sites, his current estimated net worth is said to be $5 million. However, his salary and other financial details are yet to be disclosed. 

Body Measurements

Damian Warner has an athletic body build with a height of 6 feet 1 inch. He weighs around 83 Kg. Similarly, he has a pair of brown eyes and her hair color is blonde. Further, his other body information is yet to be disclosed.

Olympic Games

  • Gold Medal - First Place - 2020 Tokyo - Decathlon
  • Bronze Medal - Third Place - 2016 Rio de Janeiro - Decathlon

World Championships

  • Silver Medal - Second Place - 2015 Beijing - Decathlon
  • Bronze Medal - Third Place - 2013 Moscow - Decathlon
  • Bronze Medal - Third Place - 2019 Doha - Decathlon

World Indoor Championships

  • Silver Medal - Second Place - 2018 Birmingham - Heptathlon

Commonwealth Games

  • Gold Medal - First Place - 2014 Glasgow - Decathlon

Pan American Games

  • Gold Medal - First Place - 2015 Toronto - Decathlon
  • Gold Medal - First Place - 2019 Lima - Decathlon

Personal Bests (Outdoor)

  • May 25, 2013: High jump - 2.09 - Götzis - 887 points
  • August 11, 2013: Javelin throw - 64.67 - Moscow - 808 points
  • July 4, 2015: 110 metres hurdles - 13.27 - Edmonton
  • July 23, 2015: 110 metres hurdles - 13.36 - Toronto - 1059 points
  • July 23, 2015: 1500 metres - 4:24.73 - Toronto - 780 points
  • March 19, 2016: Discus throw - 50.26 - Santa Barbara - 876 points
  • April 30, 2016: 400 metres - 46.54 - Athens, Georgia - 981 points
  • July 16, 2016: Pole vault - 4.90 - Bolton, Ontario - 880 points
  • May 25, 2019: Shot put - 15.34 - Götzis - 811 points
  • May 25, 2019: 100 metres - 10.12 - Götzi - 1066 points
  • May 29, 2021: Long jump - 8.28 - Götzis - 1133 points
  • August 4, 2021: 100 metres - 10.12 - Tokyo - 1066 points
  • Decathlon - 9018 points - Tokyo - 9018 points

Achievements

  • National & Olympic record: 9018 points, 2020 Summer Olympics, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1st, 2011 & 2012 National Championships, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  • 3rd, Decathlon, IAAF 2013 World Championships, Moscow, Russia
  • 1st, Decathlon, 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow, Scotland
  • 1st, Decathlon, 2015 Pan American Games, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • 2nd, Decathlon, IAAF 2015 World Championships, Beijing, China
  • 3rd, Decathlon, 2016 Summer Olympics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 1st, Decathlon, 2020 Summer Olympics, Tokyo, Japan
  • 2021 Lou Marsh Trophy for Canada's top athlete

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