Chase Tyler Kalisz is a competitive swimmer from the United States who specializes in individual medley but also competes in breaststroke and butterfly. He was a two-time World Aquatics Championships medallist and won gold medals in the 400-meter individual medley at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. He has overcome numerous obstacles in his life to achieve success. He attended the University of Georgia from 2012 to 2017, where he competed for the Georgia Bulldogs swimming and diving team, where he was a three-time NCAA Champion and American record-holder in the 400-yard individual medley.
|Celebrated Name||Chase Kalisz|
|Birth Name||Chase Tyler Kalisz|
|Birth Nation||United States|
|Place Of Birth||Bel Air, Maryland, U.S.|
|School||Fallston High School|
|College / University||University of Georgia|
|Siblings||Courtney, Cassidy, and Connor Kalisz|
|Height||6 ft. 4 inches|
|Source of Wealth||Swimming Career|
|Net Worth||$1 Million-$5 Million|
Chase Kalisz Biography
Chase Kalisz was born on March 7, 1994, Chase Tyler Kalisz was born. His birthplace is Bel Air, Maryland, in the United States. His father, Mike Kalisz, and mother, Cathy Kalisz, gave birth to him. Courtney, Cassidy, and Connor Kalisz are his three siblings. He went to Fallston High School and then to the University of Georgia. He is an American citizen. His faith is Christianity. His zodiac sign is Pisces.
Chase Kalisz Height And Weight
Chase Kalisz is 1.93m tall, which equates to 6 feet and 4 inches. He weighs 86 kg. He has a muscular physique. His eyes are green, and his hair is brown. His sexual orientation is heterosexual.
- He began his career as a swimmer.
- In the fall of 2012, he became a University of Georgia Bulldog. At his first collegiate meet, a tri-match with North Carolina State and Savannah College of Art & Design, he won the 200-yard butterfly, 200-yard breaststroke, and 200-yard individual medley. He won the 400-meter individual medley at the 2012 AT&T Winter Nationals the same year. At that tournament, he also finished third in the 200-meter individual medley and eighth in the 200-meter fly.
- He won silver in the 400-meter individual medley at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona, finishing half a second behind gold medalist Daiya Seto of Japan. As a freshman, he also won the 400-yard individual medley at the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, finishing in 3:38.05.
- At the 2014 NCAA Division l Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships, he improved his placing in the 200 IM to second (1:41.19) and broke Tyler Clary’s American record in the 400-yard individual medley with a time of 3:34.50.
- He competed in the 200-yard individual medley, 400-yard individual medley, and 200-yard butterfly at the 2015 NCAA Championships. He finished 15th in the 200 IM and runner-up in the 400 IM, where he was upset on the back part of the race by emerging prospect Will Licon. He said after the meet that he would redshirt the 2015-2016 season in order to focus on the 2016 Olympic Trials.
- In a timing of 4:10.05, he took bronze behind Daiya Seto of Japan and David Verraszto of Hungary at the 2015 FINA World Championships.
- He qualified for the 2016 Olympic Team in the 400 Meter Individual Medley with a timing of 4:09.54 at the 2016 United States Olympic Trials. In the 2016 Summer Olympics, he took silver.
- He won the 400-meter individual medley again during his final year at Georgia, shattering his own American record with a time of 3:33.41.
- He won both the 200 and 400 Meter individual medleys at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships in Indianapolis, earning him a position on the 2017 World Championship Team in those events. He also finished third in the 200-meter butterfly, just missing out on a spot on the World Championship team.
- He won gold in each of his events at the 2017 FINA World Championships, setting a new Championship Record in the 400-meter individual medley with a time of 4:05.90, breaking Michael Phelps’ previous record established a decade earlier in Melbourne.
- He won the 200-meter individual medley (1:55.73) and 400-meter individual medley (4:08.25) medals at the 2018 Phillips 66 National Championships in Irvine, California, where he also finished sixth in the 200 butterfly (1:55.42).
- To begin his global championships, he touched for bronze in the 200 IM in 1:56.78 at the 2019 World Championships.
- On the opening day of the 2020 Olympics Trails, he made the 2020 Olympic team in the 400-meter individual medley, winning the event in 4:09.09. He also made the team in the 200 IM, finishing second to Michael Andrew.
- He won his first Olympic gold medal in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, finishing first in the men’s 400-meter individual medley with a time of 4:09.42 on day two of competition, which was the first medal for the United States at the Olympics Games. Before he earned his gold medal, the United States had won no medals for the 2020 Olympics, including none on the first day of competition, which was the longest the United States had gone without winning a single medal in an Olympic Games since the 1972 Summer Olympics 49 years previously.
- On the fifth day of competition, he finished fourth overall in the prelims heats of the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 1:57.38 and qualified for the semifinals.
Chase Kalisz Girlfriend, Dating
Chase Kalisz is not married, according to his personal life. He is concentrating on his professional swimming career. He could be dating a lovely lady right now, or he could be single. Any new information about his romantic life will be posted here.
Chase Kalisz Net Worth
Chase Kalisz makes a living as a professional swimmer. Contracts, salaries, bonuses, and endorsements provide the majority of his revenue. His net worth is projected to be between $1 million and $5 million as of December 2022.
- He was a two-time World Aquatics Championships medallist and won gold medals in the 400-meter individual medley at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
- He attended the University of Georgia from 2012 to 2017, where he competed for the Georgia Bulldogs swimming and diving team, where he was a three-time NCAA Champion and American record-holder in the 400-yard individual medley.