Quick Facts of Pablo Cimadevila Álvarez

  • Full NamePablo Cimadevila Álvarez
  • Net Worthmore than $2million
  • Date of Birth12 December, 1978
  • Nickname Pablo Cimadevila
  • Marital Status
  • Birthplace on Pontevedra, Spain
  • Ethnicity
  • ProfessionS6 swimmer and Jewelry Designer
  • Nationality
  • Eye colour
  • Hair colour
    Light Brown
  • EducationWell-educated
  • Online PresenceFacebook, Instagram, and Twitter
  • Horoscope

Pablo Cimadevila Álvarez shortly Pablo Cimadevila is an inspirational person who always thinks disability is a burden of life and cannot do anything like normal people.

Further, the S6 swimmer Cimadevila also says, I live dreaming about things I want to do.

Moreover, he competed at the 2000 Summer Paralympics, winning gold in the 200-meter individual medley and at the 2004 Summer Paralympics, winning a bronze medal in the 4×50 meter medley relay 20 pts race.

Let’s start with his earnings, assets, and net worth in the section below:

Millions Of Net Worth

An international swimmer, Pablo has garnered a handsome amount of money throughout his professional career as a swimmer and a jewelry designer.

As of early 2022, he has more than $2 million evaluated net worth. As per some tabloids, the swimmer makes an average of $15,000 per year in Spain. So far, Cimadevila might also have made the same amount during his career.

Nowadays, Álvarez is professionally working as a jeweler from where he might be accumulating an impressive sum of wealth.

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Moreover, his rings prices ranges from $1300, $3,800, $4500, $5,250. Also, the swimmer shares jewelry-making videos and photos on his self-titled Instagram and Facebook handle, which is followed by 483 thousand, and 643,460 people, respectively.

The most valuable piece of diamond Pablo ever has created. Image Credit: YouTube

Additionally, he has amassed around 4.41 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. According to the social blade, his channel earns around $187 – $3K as estimated monthly earnings, making between $2.2K – $35.9K as an estimated yearly earnings.

Hence, we can assume that he lives a lavish life with his family and friends.

The Kamikaze Jewels Founder

The handsome hunk, Cimadevila, is a devoted and successful jeweler who took training in jewelry from the EASD Mestre Mateo (Slave of Art and Superior of Destino Master Mateo), an art school located in Spain.

Likewise, he established a jewelry company named Cimadevila Designs in 2014 and has a jewelry brand named Kamikaze Jewels.

He creates sapphire, platinum, diamond rings, bracelets, chains, bands, and other jewelry items.

Pablo is showing his yellow diamond ring. Image Credit: Stats Video

On May 14, 2020, Pablo posted a snap of a 5.53-carat yellow diamond ring on his Instagram handle, stating this is the most expensive/valuable piece he has ever created.

His Relationship Status

The 44-years-old good-looking man has not publicized his relationship status in the media; he has not disclosed whether he is happily a married man or is dating someone.

Whenever there appears a query regarding his love life, he remains silent and keeps his lips locked. To date, Álvarez has not shared one romantic picture with any girls on his official social accounts. So, it seems like he is enjoying his single life.

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Pablo Cimadevila is single and concentrates on his work. Image Credit: Twitter

As of 2022, Pablo has started his own business, so he might be busy with it and concentrating on his career as well. More than that, he, along with his brothers (Miguel & David), have also starred in the Discovery Max documentary reality series 24 Kilates.

His Swimming Career and Car Accident

As we mentioned earlier, Cimadevila is one of the S6 swimming champions contested in various national, international swimming competitions.

Pablo’s Car Accident. Image Credit: ExtraConfidencial

In 1982, when he was just four years old, Pablo faced a brutal car accident. Due to this, he evolved into a person with paraplegia and then took swimming classes and decided to pursue a career as a swimmer. 

Furthermore, Álvarez won his first Bronze Medal in Men’s 200meter freestyle back in 1991 and a Gold Medal in Men’s 4×50 m freestyle relay in 1998. 

Pablo has received many golds, silver, and bronze medals. Image Credit: EL Mundo

Besides, he gained gold, silver, and a bronze medal at major international competitions in 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012 Summer Paralympics, Swimming European Championships (2009), Eindhoven Swimming World Championships (2010), and many more. 

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