Net Worth: $8'000'000
Cadel Evans is a professional cycling cyclist who has a net worth of $8’000’000. Cadel Evans has earned his net worth as the 2011 Tour de France winner and as a former mountain biker who won the World Cup in 1998 and 1999. He also placed seventh in the cross-country race at the 2’000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. Cadet was born on 14 February 1977 in Katherine in the Northern Territory, Australia. His mother, Helen Cocks was a bank manager, and His father, Paul Evans, was a councilor. Evans was educated at Newline Public School in Armitage and at Ethan High School in Melbourne. In 2001 Evans started his full-time road cycling career, gradually rising up the ranks. He finished second in both the Tours de France in 2007 and 2008 and became the first Australian to win the UCI Pro Tour as well as the UCI Road World Championship in 2009. He later won the 2011 Tour de France While riding for BMC Racing Team. This win came after having two tours that were riddled with bad luck; he was among the five oldest racers to win the tour in history at the age of 34.
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