Juli Furtado (Cyclist) Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki ,Net worth More

Juli Furtado Biography,Age,wiki:

Juli Furtado is an American national Cyclist, he is one of the well-known Cyclist from the united states of America,Juli Furtado was born on 4 April 1967 in the United States, if you want to know about his Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end, here you will know about amazing facts about his lifestyle, we hope that this informative article will fulfill your queries.

Real Name Juli Furtado
Nick Name Furtado
Famous As Cyclist
Age 54 years old
Birthday 4 April 1967
Birthplace United States
Zodiac Sign Aries
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality   American
Religion Christianity
Height 5feet 7Inch
Weight 70KG
Body Measurements unknown
Bra Cup Size unknow
Eye Color unknown
Hair Color unknown
Shoe Size unknown
Dating unknown
wife unknown
Net Worth 8Million$

Juli Furtado  height weight &  Body Measurements;

Eye color unknown
Hair color unknown
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shoe size  Unknown
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Juli Furtado  net   worth:

Net worth 8Million$
source of Incom Cyclist
Monthly earnings None
yearly earnings 8Million$

what is the net worth of Juli Furtado?  Estimated net worth increases frequently increase, he has different types of ways to generate the source of the income according to news statistics of her net worth is 8Million (Approx.)

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Social Media Juli Furtado:

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Facebook   Facebook
Twitter   Twitter
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Youtube Channel  Youtube

Education   Information:

school name N, A
University N, A
Qualification N, A

Juli Furtado  & Relationship status:

Marital Status  Married
Marriage Date None
Girlfriend Single
wife None
Daughter Name None
Son Name Non

Juli Furtado outline:

  • Her designs were eventually picked up by Santa Cruz Bikes. At the same time, Santa Cruz Bikes developed the first female specific cross-country aluminum MTB called the “Juliana”. Furtado became the director of grass-roots sponsorship and marketing for Santa Cruz Bicycles, in Santa Cruz, California. In 2013, Furtado developed the concept for turning the single Juliana frame and associated components into a complete line of fully outfitted women’s mountain bikes, which would be a first for Santa Cruz Bikes, which is primarily a frame producer. The Juliana line has 5 models comprising one of the world’s largest women’s MTB ranges in the industry.
  • She became the mother of a son in 2008, and is currently working again with the U.S. National ski team, as an advocate for retiring athletes.
  • In 1998, the book “Rugged Racer” was written about Juliana’s struggles and successes, overcoming injuries in her pursuit of her dream to compete in the Olympics. Despite a short MTB career of 6 years, Juliana held a Guinness World Record for most career 1st-place finishes in MTB (male or female), and at that time her career total wins even exceeded the combined total wins of the most successful man (Ned Overend) and next most successful woman.
  • Furtado was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 1993 and the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame in 2005.
  • In 1989, her first year competing, Furtado won the US National Road Championship. She was then introduced to mountain biking, and 1990, again her first year competing, she won the cross-country event in (along with Ned Overend) the first official Mountain Bike World Championship, held in Durango, Colorado. In 1992 she won the downhill world championship. In 1996, Furtado won both the World Cup (her 3rd WC championship) and the NORBA (U.S. National race authority) cross-country championships. She also participated in the Atlanta Olympics. Unfortunately, though she was the overwhelming favorite to win, she suffered in the severe Atlanta sun and heat due to the as yet undetected Lupus in her system, and finished with an uncharacteristically slow 7th place. Soon after her Lupus was diagnosed, and again Furtado was forced into early retirement from her sport due to physical conditions. Her disease is currently under control and she still rides solo.
  • At age 15 she became the youngest member of the U.S. National ski team, for which she competed from 1982 to 1987. After undergoing several knee operations, Furtado’s hopes of competing in the Olympics were forced to an end, and she attended University of Colorado Boulder on a skiing scholarship, where she received her BA in Marketing. While racing for CU her knee injuries forced her to retire from competitive skiing, and Juliana switched to cycling.
  • Juliana “Juli” Furtado (born April 4, 1967 in New York City) is a retired American professional mountain biker, who began her sports career in skiing.
  • Born in April 4, 1967, her father’s parents were Portuguese from São Miguel Island. She started skiing at age two, and racing at age 9 after her family moved to Vermont, where Furtado attended the Stratton Mountain School.

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