Kaylee McKeown : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend, World Record, Education and Biography
Kaylee McKeown is an Australian swimmer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend, Children , Education and Biography
|Name||Kaylee Rochelle McKeown|
|Birthdate ( Age)||July 12, 2001|
|Place of Birth||Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Sholto Mckeown ( Father) , Sharon McKeown ( Mother)|
|Sister||Taylor Mckeown (Older Sister) (Olympic Swimmer, Certified Diver)|
|Net Worth||$2 Million - $5 Million|
Kaylee Rochelle McKeown is an Australian swimmer. She is the current world record holder of the women's 100-meter backstroke. She competed in the women's 200 metre backstroke event at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships.
Kaylee McKeown with Family
She break the world record in the women's 100m backstroke at the Australian Swimming Trials with a time of 57.45.
Early Life and Family
Kaylee made her debut as part of the Dolphins aged 15, joining her older sister Taylor. Her father name is Sholto Mckeownand Mother Name is Sharon McKeown. She won her first major international medal at the 2019 World Championships claiming silver in the 200m backstroke. In 2021, Kaylee has been smashing records, setting three national records in the span of one weekend, in the 200m, 100m and 50m backstroke at the Sydney Open.
Kaylee McKeown Boyfriend
Kaylee McKeown is not married yet.She is just 19 year old Now and focussed on swimming career.There is not much information about her personal life on social media.
Kaylee McKeown Net Worth
Kaylee Rochelle McKeown is an Australian swimmer and current world record holder of the women's 100-meter backstroke who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million - $5 Million in 2021.
Professional Career and Championships
2017 Australian National Swimming Championships
McKeown stunned everyone to finish second to Emily Seebohm in the 200m backstroke to earn a spot on the World Championship team alongside sister Taylor McKeown. Surging to the wall on the final 50m, McKeown posted a 2:08.98 to finish under the World Championship qualifying time standard guaranteeing her spot on the team.
2017 World Championships
McKeown fourth in the 200m backstroke, just behind bronze medalist, Kathleen Baker of the US. McKeon’s time of 2:06.76 set a new World Junior Record.
2019 World Championships
McKeown came back at the 2019 world champs to win her first worlds medal, touching for 2nd in the 200 back in a time of 2:06.26.
Late 2020 Queensland Meets
After much of the 2020 season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Mckeown finally got the chance to get back into the pool and race, which she took full advantage of.
Her first eye-opening meet was the 2020 Queensland Medal Shots meet, where she recorded a 2:04.49, making her the #3 performer in the event all-time behind world record holder Regan Smith and Missy Franklin.
Next was the Queensland Virtual Championships, which were short course. McKeown threw down a slew of PBs, including a world record in the 200 back (1:58.94), a 200 IM that made her the 2nd fastest performer ever (2:03.68), and a best in the 100 back as well (55.68).
She capped the 2020 year at the Queensland Championships (LCM), where she swam the 2nd fastest 100 back ever (57.93), a 4:32.73 in the 400 IM making her the 2nd fastest Aussie ever, an All-Comers record of 2:08.23 in the 200 IM, and a solid 2:05.16 in the 200 back. She also went PBs in the 100 free and 100 breast at this meet.
2020 Swammy Awards
For her stellar performances in Queensland in both scm and lcm, Kaylee earned the 2020 Swammys for Oceania Female Swimmer of the Year and Female Swimmer of the Year.
2021 Australian Olympic Trials
Swimming in the final of the women’s 100 backstroke at the 2021 Australian Olympic Trials, 19-year-old Kaylee McKeown broke the World Record of 57.57 set by Regan Smith at 2019 World Championships in Gwangju. McKeown cracked a 57.45 to take .12 off Smith’s mark. McKeown was out in 28.10 and back in 29.35, beating her previous PB of 57.63 from a month ago in Sydney.