Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


Carlos Yulo

Carlos Yulo

Who is Carlos Yulo?

Carlos Yulo is a Filipino artistic gymnast and social media personality. Carlos Yulo made history by winning the gold medal at the 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

Carlos Yulo- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Carlos Yulo, the young gymnast celebrates his birthday on February 16th and was born in Manila, Philippines in 2000.

As of 2019, Carlos is 19 years old.

Edriel Yulo’s parents, Mark Andrew Yulo (father) and Angelica Yulo (mother) revealed in an interview that their son’s victory surprised them.

They were sleeping the night the tournament was taking place.

They were later contacted by phone from Singapore, where the rest of the national team was preparing for the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

Ricardo Ortero, his former coach, also called to share the good news.

According to the source, Carlos Edriel has three siblings: an older brother named Joriel Yulo, a younger brother named Karl Eldrew Yulo, and a younger sister named Iza Yulo.

Joriel is currently employed as a member of the National University pep squad.

Karl (11 years old) is also a gymnast, having won five gold and two silver medals at the 2019 Batang Pinoy National Finals.

Iza (now ten years old) even began serious training in the sport.

Carlos finished his elementary education at Aurora A. Quezon Elementary School.

After finishing his high school studies, he went on to graduate from Adamson University.

In addition, the gymnast studied literature at Teikyo University in Itabashi, Tokyo.

The gymnast rose to prominence in 2017 after winning first place at the 14th Junior Asian Championships in Bangkok, Thailand.

Despite having a sprained ankle, he won a gold medal.

Net Worth of Carlos Yulo? Salary, Earning

Carlos Yulo’s net worth is(approximately) $1-2 million US dollars (As of 2019).

Facts of Carlos Yulo

Real Full Birth Name Carlos Edriel Yulo.
Nick name Caloy.
Profession Artistic Gymnast and Social Media Personality.
Age (How old, as of 2018) 19 years.
Birthplace/Hometown Manila, Philippines.
Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday February 16, 2000.
House In Manila, Philippines.
Sun Sign (Zodiac Sign) Aquarius.
Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian) Straight.
Famous for being the first male Southeast Asian gymnast to win in the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
Nationality Filipino.
Ethnicity Filipino.
Gender Male.
Religion Christianity.
Social Media Account Stats Instagram:
Facebook: —
Physical Stats & More
Weight Kilograms: 48 Kg.
Pounds: 105 lbs.
Height Feet & Inches: 4′ 8″.
Centimeters: 149 cm.
Meters: 1.49 m.
Body Measurements (Chest-waist-hips) 40-28-35.
Biceps Size 14.
Hair Color Dark Brown.
Shoe Size (UK) 4.
Eye Color Dark Brown.
Parents Father: Mark Andrew Yulo.
Mother: Angelica Yulo.
Siblings Sister: Iza Yulo.
Brother: Joriel Yulo and Karl Eldrew Yulo.
Highest Qualification Graduate.
School Aurora A. Quezon Elementary School.
Alma Mater. 1. Adamson University.
2. Teikyo University.
Years on the national team 2018 – Present.
Training location Tokyo, Japan.
Various Achievements 1. World Championships – won 1 Gold and 1 Bronze.
2. FIG World Cup series – won 1 Gold, 2 Silver, and 4 Bronze.
3. Southeast Asian Games – won 1 Gold.
Former coach(es) Ricardo Ortero.
Head coach(es) Munehiro Kugimiya.
Personal Life Relationship
Marital Status Unmarried.
Dating History? Not disclosed by him.
Girlfriend Will update.
Wife None.
Hobbies & Favorite Things
Favorite Celebrities Actor: Daniel Padilla.
Actress: Liza Soberano.
Dream Holiday Destination Australia.
Favorite Color Blue.
Love to do Traveling and Listening to Music.
Favorite Food Chicken adobo, Kare Kare, Sinigang, Pizza, and Sushi.
Net worth (approx.) $1-2 million US dollars (As of 2019).
Contact Details
Home Details Pasay, Philippines Malate, Manila, Philippines.

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Carlos Yulo’s relationship was not revealed.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Carlos Yulo trains for six to eight hours per day and maintains his weight of around 105 lbs (48 kg).

Yulo stands a short 149 cm (4′ 8′′) in height but has a flexible body.

Carlos Yulo- Professional Career

Yulo began his junior career in 2008 and competed in a variety of events, including the Palarong Pambansa.
Later, in 2011, he won four gold medals at the Palarong Pambansa.

The same year, he won gold at the Philippine National Games.

In fact, the young athlete made history by becoming the first Filipino to do so.

He is also the first Southeast Asian gymnast to take home the gold medal.

The event took place from October 4 to October 13, 2019, in Stuttgart, Germany.

Furthermore, these are the artistic gymnastics world championships.

The tournament is governed by the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG).

Yulo earned the highest regard as the youngest athlete present.

He won the gold medal in the floor exercises with a score of 14.8 out of 15.

Carlos joined the national team in 2018.

He also competed in the 2018 edition of the same game, winning a bronze medal.

Carlos Yulo
Carlos won a gold medal in a game. Source: Rappler

Social Media

Yulo’s Instagram account is @c_edrielzxs with 104K Followers.

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Quick Facts of Carlos Yulo

  • Carlos gained huge achievement after bagging the gold medal at the 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
  •  Yulo is also the first Southeast Asian gymnast to win the top prize.
  • The gymnast first came to the limelight in 2017 when he won first prize at the 14th Junior Asian Championships in Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Carlos earned a gold medal despite suffering from a sprained ankle.
  • He is famous for being the first male Southeast Asian gymnast to win in the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
  • The 19-year-old grew up on Leveriza Street in Malate while watching Filipino gymnasts train.
  • Yulo reportedly trains for six to eight hours a day and maintains his weight which is around 105 lbs (48 kg) approximately.
  •  Yulo, Back in 2018, the talented gymnast accepted an offer from the Japan Olympic Association to train in Japan.