Emma McKeon : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children , Education and Biography
Emma McKeon is an Australian competitive swimmer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children , Education and Biography
|Birthdate ( Age)||24 May 1994|
|Place of Birth||Wollongong, Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Marrie Yet|
|Parents||Ron McKeon, Susie McKeon|
|Profession||Australian competitive swimmer|
|Net Worth||$2 Million - $5 Million|
Emma McKeon, OAM is an Australian competitive swimmer. McKeon has won four medals, including one gold, at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, eleven medals, including one gold, at the World Aquatics Championships; and twelve medals, including eight gold, at the 2014 Glasgow and 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Emma McKeon is a member of the London Roar team, competing in Season 2 of the International Swimming League (ISL). The ISL is an annual professional swimming league featuring a team-based competition format with fast paced race sessions. 10 teams featuring the world’s best swimmers will compete for the ISL title in 2020.
Early Life and Family
McKeon was born on 24 May 1994 in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.She is the sister of David McKeon and the daughter of Ron McKeon, both of whom are also swimmers. She completed her secondary education in 2012 from The Illawarra Grammar School and then studied at Griffith University for a bachelor's degree in public health and health promotion with a major in nutrition.She and her brother David are both coached by Michael Bohl at Griffith University.
Emma McKeon Husband
Emma McKeon is not married yet. Emma McKeon has never had a boyfriend/ partner because she is so focused on her athletic profession. She was, however, previously barred from the Olympics' closing ceremony, along with Josh Palmer.
Emma McKeon Net Worth
Emma McKeon, OAM is an Australian competitive swimmer who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million - $5 Million in 2021.
McKeon competed at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics held in Singapore. She team gold medalled in the girls' 4 × 100 metre medley relay, silver medals in the 100 metre freestyle and the mixed 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay, and bronze medals in the 50 metre freestyle, 200 metre freestyle and mixed 4 × 100 metre medley relay.She missed out on selection for the London 2012 Summer Olympics by placing 7th in the 100 m freestyle, 9th in the 100 m butterfly, 10th in the 200 m freestyle, and 13th in the 50 m freestyle.
In April 2016 McKeon was selected as part of the Australian team for the 2016 Summer Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Her brother David was also selected meaning the pair were the first brother and sister to swim at an Olympic Games for Australia since John and Ilsa Konrads in 1960.At the 2016 Summer Olympics she led off the 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay that won a gold medal in a world record time of 3:30.65. McKeon also went on to win a pair of silvers as a part of the 4 × 200 metre freestyle and 4 × 100 metre medley relays.
In 2013, she won a silver medal in the 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay at the 15th FINA World Championships held in Barcelona, Spain. She also swam in the heats of the 4 × 100 metre medley relay and the 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay on the way to Australia winning silver medals in those events.In 2015, she competed at the 16th FINA World Championships held in Kazan, Russia. She won a gold medal in the 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay a bronze medal in the 4 × 100 metre medley relay, finished fourth in the 100 metre butterfly and placed seventh in the 200 metre freestyle.
McKeon won four silver and two bronze medals at the 2017 World Swimming Championships. She competed in 100 m butterfly. In the heats she was third, with a time of 56.81. After that in the second semifinal, she finished second setting an Oceania record of 56.23. In the final she improved this time and finished second behind Sarah Sjöström with a record of Oceania time of 56.18.In 200 m freestyle she continued from the heats to the semifinals with the fourth fastest time at 1:56.61.
Then in the semifinals she was second in her heat and second overall. In the final she proved her good form and she shared the silver medal with Katie Ledecky with a time of 1:55.15, remaining behind the one-time Olympic and dual World medalist in that discipline, Federica Pellegrini.
Her third silver medal came from the 4×100 metre freestyle relay with Bronte Campbell, Brittany Elmslie and Shayna Jack, her team coming 0.29 seconds behind the USA.Her fourth silver medal resulted from the 4×100 m mixed medley with team mates Mitch Larkin, Daniel Cave and Bronte Campbell.McKeon won the most number of medals in swimming at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, with four gold and two bronze medals; equalling her previous record, set at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and shared with Ian Thorpe and Susie O'Neill.