Curtis Fleming is a well known athlete who has earned a net worth of $1 million to $8 million. Born on April 25, 1955, Fleming is one of the most wealthy Rowers in the world. The athlete specialized in the men’s quadruple sculls event at the 1984 Summer Olympics. The net worth of this rower has increased steadily in recent years, as he has carved out a lucrative career in the sport.
Fleming began his career at Belvedere, a youth club in Dublin. In 1987, he was signed by St. Patrick’s Athletic coach Brian Kerr in a bid to build a team capable of challenging for the championship. Fleming quickly made himself a fixture in the first team, ousting former international player Eamonn Gregg. He quickly established himself as one of the top talents in the league, earning four caps for his country’s under-21 squad. Fleming’s international career was completed by a stint at Middlesbrough, where he spent most of his playing career.
During his time with St. Pat’s, Fleming won the league as the Black Pearl of Inchicore Mark II. This feat earned him the moniker “Black Pearl of Inchicore Mark II.” In 1990, he was named FAI Under-21 Player of the Year. While at Richmond Park, Fleming played in both the European Cup and the UEFA Cup. Fleming’s net worth is estimated from his various YouTube channels.
In 2001, Fleming signed with Crystal Palace for PS100,000. The player played two seasons at the club but was plagued by injuries. Fleming was named the club captain and played as a defender for the entire season. In July 2004, Fleming returned to the north east, signing with Darlington. His stay at Darlington lasted until the 2004-05 season. The player’s career spanned over six years, and his net worth has grown accordingly.
Despite his considerable net worth, Fleming remains grounded and humble. His passion for fly fishing and his commitment to conservation are evident in his Fly Rod Chronicles. Moreover, Fleming is an avid sportsman who loves to travel and learn about local culture. During his fly rod adventures, Fleming and his crew often fly fish with injured soldiers and NFL Hall-of-Famer.