Helen Maroulis or popularly known by her first name Helen only is an American Freestyle Wrestler, she competed in the weight categories of 55, 53, and 57 Kg. She has won an enormous number of awards, championships and engraved many titles in her name. She won a gold medal at Rio Olympics in the year 2016 which in turn gave her the title of first-ever American to win a gold in Freestyle wrestling in addition that she is representing America in the 57kg category for freestyle wrestling at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Helen was born on 19th September 1991 in the Rockville city of Maryland state of The United States of America. She was born to Mr. Gianni’s Maroulis and Mrs. Paula Maroulis. Her siblings are Michael and Tony. Apart from being into wrestling, Helen loves reading books and traveling across places. She completed her freshman year of high school at Magruder High school where she played various championships of wrestling, afterward she went to Marquette Senior High School at Michigan where she completed her senior year. After completion of high school, she attended Simon Fraser University in Canada, where she was trained by premium coaches and won the WCWA championship four times.
Helen Maroulis Career
She was greatly inclined towards freestyle Wrestling from an early age of just 7, during her freshman year of high school she started playing freestyle wrestling in various Championships and became the first female wrestler to compete at Maryland State wrestling championships in addition to that she was named as the most outstanding player of her high school. Afterward, she won the world junior championship for 3 years in 2008, 2010, and 2011 additionally she won a gold medal at Pan American Games in Mexico.
Helen won a gold medal in the year 2015 at the World Wrestling Championship. Furthermore, she won a gold medal at the Rio Olympics and hence became the first female wrestler to win a gold medal in freestyle Wrestling. At the 2018 world championship, she was seriously injured when she was defeated in the first round by Alyona and it was proven an upset. Moreover, She is representing the United States of America for freestyle wrestling at the Tokyo Olympics, 2020.
Helen posts regularly over her Instagram(@Helen_Maroulis), she has posted a total of 995 posts and has a follower count of 196K along with that she is verified on Instagram. Further, she tweets often on her Instagram Handle (@Helen_Maroulis), she has a follower count of 27.4K and she is verified on Twitter too.
Helen Maroulis Biography
|Helen Louise Maroulis
|September 19, 1991
|Age (as of 2021)
|Rockville, Maryland, USA
|in feet inches – 5’ 3” – in Centimeters – 160 cm
|in Kilograms – 53 kg – in Pounds – 116 lbs
|Magruder High School, Marquette Senior High School
|Simon Fraser University, Northern Michigan University
|Who is her boyfriend?
Helen is neither married nor is she in a relationship with someone, there’s no such information available on the internet which revealed about her personal life. Furthermore, according to some of the prominent sources currently, she is focusing on her career only. Moreover, there’s no information regarding her past affairs and relationships that could be fetched from the internet.
Helen Maroulis Net Worth
She is gaining a lot of fame for many years, she came into the eyes of the general public when she secured gold at Olympics,2016. She has various sources of income including monthly salary, bonuses, incentives, and Sponsorship amounts from various brands. Moreover, she is sponsored by some of the prominent sports brands. Helen’s net worth is around $ 3 Million.
- She has a website for donations that supports the girls in unprivileged areas to get into sports by donating their sports bras.
- She uploads quotes on Instagram on a regular basis which motivates not only her but her fans too.
- Since she loves eating different foods, that’s why she has to hit the gym regularly in order to keep herself in shape.
- Along with Wrestling, she has a dance team because she is keenly interested in dancing.
- At present, she is working as a trainer at the US Olympic education center at Northern Michigan University.