Stacey Ervin is the boyfriend of Olympian gold medalist Simone Biles. He is a famous gymnast who has competed in both national and international competitions.
Early Life and Education
Stacey Ervin was born on October 21, 1993, in Taylor, Michigan. He grew up with his siblings Danielle, Drake, and Katrina. He attended the University of Michigan with psychology major after completing his high school education from Harry S. Truman High School in 2011.
Ervin is a famous gymnast whose work has garnered him the fame at international level. He began playing gymnastic when he was only 8 and later converted his interest into his career.
He participated in numerous competition such as 2010 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships in Knoxville, 2010 Visa Championships in Hartford, 2011 Winter Cup Challenge in Las Vegas, 2011 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships in Long Beach, 2012 Winter Cup Challenge in Las Vegas, 2015 P&G Championships in Indianapolis, 2016 Winter Cup Challenge in Las Vegas and so on.
He has accomplished a lot throughout his career. He won multiple awards such as the 2012 NCAA floor exercise bronze medal followed by 2013 Winter Cup floor exercise bronze medal, 2015 U.S floor exercise bronze medal, NCAA floor exercise bronze medal, Winter Cup floor exercise silver medal. He also holds the sponsorship from 1stphorm nutrition. His team won the NCAA team champion in 2013.
Gymnast Simone Biles is the current girlfriend of Stacey Ervin. The duo started dating not a long ago, however, seems happy and complete together. They made their relationship public via Instagram.
Ervin loves reading books like The Power of Now. His favorite cuisine is Filet Mignon whereas he likes music and Kis Cudi is his favorite artist. Stacey has also shown his active involvement in various organizations through the University of Michigan. He loves to spend quality time with his friends and family hence involving in several activities with them.
Stacy earns a decent amount from his career as a gymnast. His net worth is certainly in thousands.Edit