David Goggins
David Goggins
Celebrated Name: David Goggins
Real Name/Full Name: David Goggins
Gender: Male
Age: 45years old
Birth Date: 17 February 1975
Birth Place: Buffalo, New York, USA
Nationality: American
Height: 1.98 m
Weight: 86 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Aleeza Goggins (m. 2005-2008)
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): No
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is David Goggins Gay?: No
Profession: Ultramarathon runner, triathlete, motivational speaker, and author.
Salary: $60,000
Net Worth in 2021: $500 thousand
Last Updated: January 2021

David Goggins is a famous American ultra-marathon runner and an ultra-distance cyclist, who recently became famous for his motivational speaking and the books he published as an author. He also served for the United States in the war against Afghanistan and Iraq in their homeland as an Air Force Tactical Air Control Party member. He is currently a retired United States Navy Seal

Maybe you know about David Goggins very well, but do you know how old and tall is he and what is his net worth in 2021? If you do not know, we have prepared this article about details of David Goggins’ short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life & Biography

David was born on 17 February 1975 in Buffalo, New York, to an African-American background. His father, Trunnis Goggins, left his mother when David was only eight years old. His father used to beat him all day long, and David, being a little kid, was unable to stop him from doing this massacre. David did his graduation from BUD/S training in 2001 and later from Army Ranger School and was also awarded as ‘Top Honor Man’ in 2004. He is considered as ‘the toughest man alive.’

David first participated in the San Diego One Day ultra-marathon in 2005 and finished 5th overall. He also performed well in 2006 Badwater-135 and got recognition from then only. He participated in many future events such as the Las Vegas Marathon and the Badwater-135. He also came in the second position in the Ultraman World Championship in 2006.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on February 17, 1975, David Goggins is 45 years old as of today’s date 18th January 2021. His height is 1.98 m tall, and his weight is 85 kg.

Personal Life

David Goggins, the famous ultra-athlete, was born on February 17, 1975, to a middle-class family in Buffalo, New York. His parents got a divorce when he was only eight years old. He also contributed towards the United States Navy Seal and the United States Air Force Tactical Air Control Party. He has not revealed his relationship status and personal life much to the public. However, there are a few facts we know about his family and love life.

He was once married to Aleeza Goggins, who is a nurse by profession, in a secret marriage ceremony in 2005. According to rumors, the major reason for their break-up was that his wife was not sexually satisfied by him. His wife was also part of the support team, which used to take care of David and his runs. She filed a divorce in 2008 and later got separated. She was apparently ten years older than David. Aleeza made many comments about their personal life to the media and also revealed that her ex-husband hates riding the bike or running.

Career

David Goggins is considered to be the toughest man alive, and it takes a lot of determination and will to achieve what he has. He was awarded as the ‘Top Honor Man’ in 2004. He started his professional career by participating in San Diego One Day ultra-marathon and amazingly did well in that event. He later participated in 2006 Badwater-135 and came overall 5th in that event. From that moment, he never looked back.

In 2012, he tried to beat the record for the most number of pull-ups done in 24 hours but unfortunately failed to do so because of injury. He wrote two books named ‘Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind’ and ‘Defy the Odds, ’ which are gross-sellers.

Awards & Achievements

The toughest man alive has gathered many awards and recognitions throughout his life. Some of his majorly achieved prizes are:

  • Word record for most pull-ups (4,030) in 2013
  • 3rd in Badwater-135 (2007)
  • 2nd in Ultraman World Championships (2006)
  • 1st in 48-hour National Championship endurance foot race. (2007)

Net Worth & Salary of David Goggins in 2021

David Goggins Net Worth
David Goggins Net Worth

Goggins has adapted many professions as his career, such as the military army, and then became an athlete. His swaps in the field helped him acquire a lot of possession and money throughout his life. As of January 2021, David Goggins has gathered a net worth of over $500 thousand by participating in major events and changing many professions as an individual. He is also a motivational speaker which helps him gather $107,173 per year. While he was in the army, his annual salary was $60,000, and throughout his military career, he earned almost $240,000.

David Goggins is not only considered as an amazing athlete but a respective individual too. He has achieved many awards and prizes throughout his career but has always been down to earth towards his fans and the citizens. He is not so keen to share his personal life but is always aware of the fact that his deeds must be good to survive in this world. He also broke a world record and had the thirst to achieve the impossible. He must be idolized by every individual and especially children.

2 COMMENTS

  1. hey David my brother

    my name is David also I am a retired ArmyNational Guard I’m a bit older than you but the military was good to me also my MOS was a 25 Bravo that’s the IT department I’m living here in Kansas City Missouri and I saw your success stories of how running and being under made you successful and great and I feel the same way about being motivated to be healthy add to gain strength to all your abilities, I deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 I was over at Camp dubs with the two old 5th MP Brigade out of Poplar Bluff

  2. Thanks Mr. Goggins. Despite past successes, I was looking for more to achieve beyond my 40’s. Your book and interviews with Joe Rogan helped me hone a new motto, “Dare to do what scares me.” Since then, I ran my first 50 miles, completed multiple education courses and found a new career path.

    In the process of talking about you to others in my various circles of relationships, I have found others that have been inspired by you. And they are DOING stuff, not just talking about it.

    Mr. Gogins: You made a difference in my life. You are making a difference in others.

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