Calum Jarvis is a Welsh competitive swimmer who has represented Great Britain in World Championships and the Olympics, and Wales in the Commonwealth Games. Jarvis competes primarily in freestyle and backstroke events. In 2014, he competed at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow as part of the Welsh team, winning the bronze medal in the 200m freestyle.
Jarvis was born in Ystrad in Rhondda, Wales in 1992, to Deborah Rees and John Jarvis. He was educated at St Minver Primary School then spent a year at Wadebridge School before moving to Plymouth College to pursue swimming at Plymouth Leander Swimming Club. He studied at the University of Bath.
He came to note in British swimming when he finished fifth in 200m backstroke in the 2010 British Championships. The next year he bettered this by finishing fourth in the same event in the 2011 British Championship in Manchester.
In 2012 he was selected to trial for the British Team for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Held at the London Aquatics Centre, Jarvis entered four events and took the gold position in his favored 200m backstroke, although his time was under the Olympic qualification time and he failed to be selected for the British team.
At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Jarvis was part of the British team that won the men’s 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay. He swam in the heat but not in the final.
Calum Jarvis (Swimmer) – Short Biography
|Born||12 May 1992|
|Height||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||86 kg (190 lb)|
|National Team||Great Britain|
|Club||Plymouth Leander Swimming Club|
|School||Wadebridge School, Plymouth College|
|University||University of Bath|
|Social Media Profile Links||Calum Jarvis on Facebook|
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Calum Jarvis’s Olympic Swimming Results & Records
In 2021, Jarvis swam the heat of the men’s 4 x 200 metres freestyle relay at the 2020 Summer Olympics for the gold-medal winning Great Britain team, making him an Olympic champion in the event; along with Matt Richards, they became the first Welsh swimming Olympic champions in over 100 years.
Calum Jarvis’s Other Tournaments Records & Achievements
Jarvis entered three events at Glasgow, the 100m and 200m freestyle and the men’s 4 × 100 m freestyle relay. In the 200m freestyle he won his heat to compete in the finals. Jarvis recorded a time of 1:46.53 in the 200m final to finish third to take the bronze medal, Wales’ first swimming medal of the Games
At the 2017 World Championships, he was part of the team that won gold in the 200-metre freestyle relay. He swam in the heats but not in the final.
|Commonwealth Games||2014 Glasgow – Bronze medal – 200 m freestyle|
|World Championships (LC)||2015 Kazan – Gold medal – 4×200 m freestyle|
2017 Budapest – Gold medal – 4×200 m freestyle
|European Championships (LC)||2018 Glasgow – Gold medal – 4×200 m freestyle|
2020 Budapest – Gold medal – 4×200m mixed freestyle
2020 Budapest – Silver medal – 4×200 m freestyle
2018 Glasgow – Bronze medal – 4×200m mixed freestyle
Calum Jarvis’s Net Worth 2021
Though Calum Jarvis’s earnings, income, brand endorsements are not revealed, according to some sources, His current net worth is estimated between $1-2 Million.
Quick Facts of Calum Jarvis
1. Where is Calum Jarvis from?
He is from the Ystrad, Rhondda, Wales, United Kingdom.
2. How tall is Calum Jarvis?
Jarvis is 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) tall.
3. How old is Calum Jarvis?
As of this date (11th August 2021), Calum Jarvis is 29 years old now.
4. How much does Calum Jarvis weigh?
Calum Jarvis’s weight is 86 kg.
5. What is Calum Jarvis’s net worth?
Currently, Calum Jarvis’s net worth is estimated between $1-2 Million.
6. Which school did Calum Jarvis go to?
Wadebridge School & Plymouth College.
7. Who is James Guy’s wife?
Jemma Jarvis is the wife of Calum Jarvis.
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