Brian Kincher is an American acrobatic gymnast best known for participating in the 24th World Acrobatic gymnastics.
He participated together with Eirian Smith, an acrobatic gymnast from the United States of America.
The following article will discuss Brian Kincher’s early life, career, family, girlfriend, net worth, and other lesser-known facts.
But before we move to the details, here are some quick facts about Brian.
|Full Name||Brian Kincher|
|Date of Birth||August 16, 1986|
|Place of Birth||Fort Collins, Colorado|
|Father’s Name||Marie Macpherson|
|Mother’s Name||Russ Kincher|
|Age||35 Years Old|
|Height||6 feet (182 cm)|
|Weight||68 kg (154 lbs)|
|Build||Slim and Lean|
|Body Measurement||Not Available|
|Spouse||Kina Kincher Winoto|
|Coaching Club||West Coast Gymnastics Club|
|Debut Game||2003 National Championship, Jacksonville.|
|Idol When Growing Up||Unknown|
|Awards and Achievements|
|Favorite Activity To Do||Motorcycle ride|
|Social Handle||Twitter, Instagram, YouTube|
|Merch of Gymnastic||Toddlers Dancewear|
|Last Update||May, 2022|
Early Life and Family of Kincher
Kincher was born on August 16, 1986, in Fort Collins, Colorado. He was born to Marie Macpherson (father) and Russ Kincher (mother).
Brian’s father, Russ, was an All-state high school football player, and his mother was a homemaker.
The young gymnast has an immense love for motorcycles and enjoys motorcycle riding. Moreover, he has been an outgoing, fun person since childhood.
However, the educational background of Kincher has not been disclosed anywhere. We will update you about his educational details as soon as we get the details about it.
Age, Height & Weight of Brian Kincher
Kincher is 35 years old, and his zodiac sign is Leo.
Not to mention, Leos are said to be very faithful, ambitious, resourceful. Also, they appeal to a different nature of persons.
In like manner, Kincher stands 6 feet tall and weighs around 68 kg. Also, he loves to work out, which keeps him physically and mentally healthy.
Accordingly, his body type is lean and slim. Not to mention, a light-fit body is considered best for gymnasts. In short, it provides superior balance and control during the game.
As a matter of fact, Kincher entered the world of gymnastics a little late, at the age of twenty-five.
He was drawn towards gymnastics because of his friends. One summer, Brian, together with his friends, was on vacation, and they watched the acrobatics performance.
Consequently, he fell in love with the performance and wished to perform like that one day. So by the end of the same day, Brian started his acrobatics training.
Brian enjoys learning new skills and techniques in gymnastics. It is one of the delightful experiences for him. As a result, Kincher’s skills kept improving, which made him excited to achieve more and more.
Above all, to this day, Brian is eager to learn new things every day. Reasoning to the same, we can learn that he has a growth mindset.
Kincher’s gymnastic career started in the 2003 National Championship in Jacksonville. Later, he earned the 2nd-AA (Level 10) of gymnastics in Palm Springs.
Subsequently, the young gymnast finished third in the 2009 Visa Championships. But unfortunately, he could not grab the first position despite winning the same competition two years prior.
However, in the Acro Cup, Texas, Brian became first-AA (MXP), one of the most significant achievements.
Later in 2013 and 2014, Kincher was ranked third and second.
Brian participated on various international platforms with his on-stage partner, Eirian Smith.
He earned first place in the 2006 Flanders International Acro Cup, which was his first international game as a senior. Also, in the 2009 Volkov and 2010 Freedom Cups, he was placed third.
In addition to all these competitions, he participated in the 2014 World championship in Levallois, France.
Kincher took gymnastics classes at the West Coast Gymnastic Club. Besides, he has been associated with the club for nearly ten years.
In addition to Kincher, the club is home to the World Champion 2009 and World Champion 2010.
He joined West Coast Gymnastics Club as a student and later became a coach there. However, after ten years, Brian left the West Coast and joined another club.
Personal Life & Hobbies
Meanwhile, Brian is married to Kina Kincher Winoto. But, currently, we don’t have many details about his relationship with Kina nor about his past relationships.
In addition, Brian was fond of music from his early days, and his favorite musician was Jack Johnson.
Other than the music, he loves watching the TV show named “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Net Worth of Brian Kincher
Kincher is one of the wealthiest gymnasts and listed as the most popular gymnast. His net worth is evaluated to be nearly $1.5 million.
A significant portion of his wealth comes from gymnastic competitions and wins. Additionally, his endorsement deals also contribute to the net worth.
Social Media Presence
Kincher can be found on several social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram.
On Instagram, Brian has 770 followers as of Jan 2022. He frequently shares pictures from the practices and pictures of him enjoying. You can click the link to follow him.
A little less clean and a little more nerve-wracking than it used to be, but I'm happy… https://t.co/iAaaWeQYmi
— Brian Kincher (@briankincher) January 19, 2017
Differing from Instagram, on Twitter, he has only 65 followers (as of Jan 2022). However, Brian rarely seems active on Twitter.
In addition, he has his own YouTube channel where he shows his skills and posts videos from his competitions on the platforms. He has successfully amassed 8.69k subscribers as of Jan 2022.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is Brian Kincher doing nowadays?
In 2019, Brian Kincher was elected alongside Anna Li to complete the terms of the vacant positions on the USA Gymnastics Athletes Council. Successfully, Kincher won the election.
Who is Eirian Smith?
Smith is a female acrobatic gymnast from the USA with whom Kincher is paired several times. Both Smith and Brian competed in the 2014 Gymnastics World Championships.