Dale Begg Smith Net Worth is$2 Million
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Nickname: Iceman
Profession: Freestyle skier, Athlete
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)
Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
Ethnicity: Anglo-Celtic Australian
Nationality: Australia
Date of Birth: January 18, 1985
Place of Birth: Vancouver
Dale Begg Smith net worth: Dale Begg Smith is an Australian-Canadian freestyle skier who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Dale Begg Smith was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and launched a successful internet advertising business when he was a teenager. A successful skier for Canada, his coaches asked him to give up his business in order to focus on skiing. He gave up skiing instead, and moved to Australia with his brother, also a skier. He began skiing again in Australia, where the team was willing to allow him more flexibility to split his focus. Once he earned his citizenship, he began competing for Australia. Since then, he has won a Gold medal and a Silver medal in Moguls in the 2006 and 2010 Winter Olympics, respectively. He has also won a Gold, a Silver medal, and a Bronze at the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships. He has won four World Cup titles, and is only the second athlete to do so. His Gold at the 2006 Olympics made him the youngest men's freestyle mogul skier to ever win an Olympic Gold.
Dale Begg-Smith (born 18 January 1985) is an Australian-Canadian freestyle skier. Begg-Smith won the gold medal for Australia in the men's moguls event at the 2006 Winter Olympics and silver at the 2010 Winter Olympics. He is one of only five Australians to win a gold medal in a Winter Games and the youngest to win an Olympic Gold in the history of men's freestyle mogul skiing. In the lead-up to the 2006 Winter Games, Dale Begg-Smith had won three World Cup rounds and was ranked world number one in the moguls discipline. In 2010, Begg-Smith's fourth World Cup title put him even with French Skier Edgar Grospiron for most World Cup wins.

Begg-Smith was skiing for his native Canada as a teenager when his coaches told him he was spending too much time on his successful business, and not enough time in training. He subsequently quit the Canadian ski program because it clashed with his business interests and, along with his brother Jason Begg-Smith, moved to Australia at age 16. The brothers chose to ski for Australia because the country had a smaller ski program that offered them more attention and flexibility. This ensured that they could still successfully manage their business. The brothers stayed out of competitive skiing for three years and instead trained with the Australian team, living in Jindabyne each winter. The pair qualified for Australian citizenship after these three years in 2003???04, and were then free to compete for their adopted country.[citation needed]
Alisa Monk, coordinator of the moguls program, says that she books Begg-Smith's hotels and flights economically, despite his wealth. "Wherever the team stays, he stays. There are certainly no big demands. You wouldn't know he had a bit of money." She also said, "When he is at Perisher he stays in the same hut as the other mogul skiers and his brother which is small and old and almost falling down", and that "He just doesn't try to stand out at all."
Begg-Smith won silver at the 2010 W

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