Evan Dunfee Biography

Evan Dunfee

Quick Facts About Evan Dunfee

Celebrated Name Evan Dunfee
Age 30 Years
Nick Name Dunfee
Birth Name Evan Dunfee
Birth Date 1990-09-28
Gender Male
Profession Athlete
Nationality Canadian
Birth Nation Canada
Place Of Birth Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Horoscope Libra
Religion Christianity
School Kingswood Elementary and Matthew McNair Secondary School
College / University University of British Colombia
Father Don Dunfee
Mother Karen Dunfee
Brothers Adam Dunfee
Marital Status Single
Height 6 ft. 1 inches
Weight 67kg
Body Type Alethic
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Blonde
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Athlete Career
Net Worth $1 Million-$5 Million
Links Facebook Twitter Instagram

Evan Dunfee is a Canadian race walker and Olympian. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, he first set the Canadian records in the 50 kilometers race walk (at 3:41:38) where he placed fourth. He then made history at the 2019 World Athletics Championships when he won bronze to become Canada’s first-ever medallist in the 50km race walk at the global biennial event. At the 2020 Summer Olympics, he surged into third place and won the bronze medal, becoming the third ever Canadian racewalking Olympic medalist, and the only one in the 50 km event. 

What is Evan Dunfee Famous For?

  • Being a Canadian race walker and Olympian. 

Where is Evan Dunfee From?

Evan Dunfee was born on 28 September 1990. His birthplace is Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. He was born to his father, Don Dunfee, and his mother, Karen Dunfee where he grew up with his brother, Adam Dunfee. He attended Kingswood Elementary and Matthew McNair Secondary School in Richmond, British Columbia. He graduated from the University of British Colombia in 2014 with a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. He holds Canadian nationality. His religion is Christianity. His horoscope sign is Libra.

Evan Dundee medals

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Evan Dunfee Career

  • He started his career as a race walker.
  • He is the 2012 champion and record holder for the 20 km walk at the NACAC U23 Championships in athletics. 
  • At the 2013 World Championships, he competed for his national team in the 50K walk, finishing in under 4 hours at 3:59:28. 
  • At the 2013 World University Games, he won a bronze medal with his team where two of the winning Russian race walkers, Denis Strelkov and Andrey Ruzavin, were suspended for doping violations. 
  • He has several near misses, finishing fourth at the 2009 Pan American Race Walking Cup, the 2013 Pan American Race Walking Cup, 2015 Pan American Race Waking, the 2012 Oceania Race Walking Championships, and sixth at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.  
  • At the 2016 Summer Olympics, he first set the Canadian records in the 50 kilometres race walk (at 3:41:38) where he placed fourth.
  • In 2018, in support of KidSport's 25th anniversary, he raised funds and walked 25km a day for 25 days.
  • He then made history at the 2019 World Athletics Championships when he won bronze to become Canada’s first-ever medallist in the 50km race walk at the global biennial event. 
  • At the 2020 Summer Olympics, he surged into third place and won the bronze medal, becoming the third ever Canadian racewalking Olympic medalist, and the only one in the 50 km event. 

Evan Dunfee Wife

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Evan Dunfee Height and Weight

Evan Dunfee stands at a height of 1.86m i.e. 6 feet and 1 inches tall. He has a bodyweight of 67kg. He has an athletic body build. His eye color is hazel and his hair color is blonde. His sexual orientation is straight.

Evan Dunfee Net Worth 

Evan Dunfee earns from his professional career as an athlete. His income is from contracts, salaries, bonuses, and endorsements. As of 2021, his estimated net worth is around $1 million- $5 million.

Did You Know?

  • He is the 2012 champion and record holder for the 20 km walk at the NACAC U23 Championships in athletics.
  • At the 2016 Summer Olympics, he first set the Canadian records in the 50 kilometres race walk (at 3:41:38) where he placed fourth.
  • He then made history at the 2019 World Athletics Championships when he won bronze to become Canada’s first-ever medallist in the 50km race walk at the global biennial event.
  • At the 2020 Summer Olympics, he surged into third place and won the bronze medal, becoming the third ever Canadian racewalking Olympic medalist, and the only one in the 50 km event.