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Levi LaVallee Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Levi LaVallee was born on the 31st August 1982, in Longville, Minnesota USA, and is a snowmobile racer who came to prominence by winning gold medals at the Winter X Games in Aspen 2004 in the HillCross category. Since then, he has become one of the greatest snowmobile racers, and became the first to try the double back flip in a competition, and although completing the flips, he couldn’t land without problems and the attempt was rendered as a failure.
Have you ever wondered how rich Leve LaVallee is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Lavallee’s net worth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a snowmobile racer, which began in the late 1990s.
Levi LaVallee Net Worth $2 Million
Levy grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and progressed through skiing and snowboarding to snowmobiles. His first big success came in 2004 when he won the HillCross category at the Winter X Games held in Aspen, after which he continued to build his name in Snocross, and four years later returned to Aspen, winning gold medals in the Freestyle and Speed & Style categories, making himself one of the most popular athletes of the winter sports at the time. He continued to dominate Winter X Games in the following years, winning gold medals in 2010 in the Knock Out category, then in 2013 won gold medals in Freestyle and Speed & Style again, while in 2014 he was the gold medalist of the Long Jump category. Levi also won two silver medals in Winter X Games in 2009 in the Speed & Style category and Best Trick. Furthermore, he is the recipient of the bronze medal in 2017 Winter X Games, in the Freestyle category. All his efforts have helped to increase his net worth.
In 2010 he was about to participate in the Red Bull New Year No Limits event, however, during one of the practice runs he suffered an accident that left him with a broken pelvis and punctured lungs. He was unable to perform the official attempt, however, in one of the practice runs he had set the record of a 361-foot jump, and it was taken as a new world record since he was unable to perform the official attempt. The following year he made another run at the world record and this time was fully successful, jumping 412ft completing the attempt over the San Diego Bay.
Aside from participating himself in the Winter X Games, Levi also owns a snocross team, Team LaVallee, which has been active since 2009.
Regarding his personal life, Levi is married to Kristen with whom he has a daughter, born in 2014; they are still based in Longville.