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Jonah Harris was born on 16 January, 1999 in Aiwo, Nauru, is a Nauruan track and field athlete. Discover Jonah Harris's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 21 years old?

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Age 22 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 16 January 1999
Birthday 16 January
Birthplace Aiwo, Nauru

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Jonah Harris Height, Weight & Measurements

At 22 years old, Jonah Harris height is 5′ 10″ and Weight 163 lbs.

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Height 5′ 10″
Weight 163 lbs
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Jonah Harris Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Jonah Harris worth at the age of 22 years old? Jonah Harris’s income source is mostly from being a successful Athlete. He is from . We have estimated Jonah Harris's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Harris most notably represented Nauru at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. He currently holds the national record for Nauru in the indoor 60 metres event and has four national records still awaiting ratification from the Nauru Athletics Association (NAA).

Harris' first event of the 2018 season was the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships in which he ran the 60 metres event. Harris ran in heat one, lane eight. Amidst the likes of Christian Coleman, Harris managed to run the race in 7.03 seconds, a new national record for Nauru and Harris. Despite this time, Harris was unable to advance through to the later rounds as a fastest loser.

At the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Harris represented Nauru in the 100 m and 200 m. For the 100 metre event, Harris was drafted into heat three and raced on April 8. Harris was in lane seven and ran the race in 10.95 coming fifth, a new national record, but this time wasn't fast enough to qualify to the quarterfinals. In his 200-metre run, Harris was drafted into heat one, once again, Harris came fifth with a time of 21.96 seconds. This time beat out the 2017 Pacific Mini Games 200 m champion Nazmie-Lee Marai who ran 0.18 seconds behind Harris in 22.14 seconds. This time was also a national record but once again, couldn't qualify Harris through to the later rounds of competition.

At the 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships, Harris ran the 100 m event. He was drafted into heat five and after running 11.11 seconds, ranked a respective 38th overall during the heats. This ranking wasn't enough to qualify him for the semifinals and ultimately, the finals.

Harris' most recent international competition was the 2018 Micro Games in Yap, Micronesia. The Nauru Athletics Association originally had a team of 55 competitors going to the games. However, three days prior to the competition starting, the NAA approached the organizers stating that the estimated cost of travelling to the games would be $300,000, too much for them to afford so they would have to withdraw from the competition. Harris was still competing in Tampere at the U20 Championships when he heard the news. Harris had already booked his ticket so he would be the sole competitor for the Nauru team. Harris' first event was the 100 metres. He qualified through the heats with a time of 10.32 seconds running in heat one. In the finals, Harris' biggest challenger was Olympic athlete, Rodman Teltull from Palau. In the end, Harris won the finals by .03 seconds over Teltull to take the gold medal. In the 200 metres, Harris would once again be facing Teltull. Harris ran the distance in 23.21 seconds finishing third after the heats, third behind Teltull and Chuuk's Scott Fiti but still advanced to the finals. In the finals, Harris this time beat Fiti who ran 22.76 seconds, but came second to Teltull who ran 21.88 seconds. Harris himself ran 22.22 seconds. Next for Harris was the long jump, as there was no qualifying round for the long jump, Harris went straight to the finals. He jumped 6.33 metres, beating the next closest athlete, Buraieta Yeeting of Kiribati, by 0.25 metres. The high jump ran similarly to the long jump, and during the event five athletes were unable to make a jump height. The remaining four athletes, including Harris, battled for the medals. Harris finished second jumping 1.85 metres, a personal best. His height was six centimetres short of that of Lataisi Mwea. Harris' final event was the triple jump. Harris jumped 12.09 metres which was enough to gain Harris the bronze medal. This distance was 74 centimetres behind the first-place finisher Biira Burennaira. Harris walked away from the games with two golds, two silvers and two bronze medals.


Prior to the 2017 Pacific Mini Games, the only competitions Harris had experience with was school meets in Queensland and only achieving a personal best time of 11.94 seconds. The 2017 Pacific Mini Games would act as his first international competition in which he would compete in the 100 metres event. The event featured the likes of Nazmie-Lee Marai from Papua New Guinea and Kelvin Masoe from Samoa. Harris was drafted in race three with Masoe during the heats phase coming fifth with a time of 11.12 seconds. Harris hadn't initially qualified, but the four best times of the losers advanced through to the next round, Harris was the second fastest loser so therefore qualified. The top eight from the semifinals qualified through for the finals, Harris finished fourth in heat 2, but with a time of 10.98 seconds, he didn't qualify for the finals. As a result, Harris achieved the highest ranking 100 m sprinter for Nauru at the games, over his counterparts Joshua Jeremiah and Dysard Dageago, plus, he set a new personal best and national record.

On the 17 June, 2017, Harris also set a new personal best for his Long jump while practicing in Gold Coast with a distance of 6.42 metres. Harris also set a new outdoor 60 metre personal best of 7.03 seconds.


Jonah Harris (born 16 January 1999 in Aiwo) is a Nauruan track and field athlete who specializes in the 100 metres and the 200 metres.