Margaret Mac Neil Family, Net Worth, Parents, Boyfriend, Children, Career

Margaret Mac Neil Net Worth
Margaret Mac Neil Net Worth

Margaret Mac Neil is a Canadian swimmer know all about her in this article as like Margaret Mac Neil Family, Net Worth, adoption, Parents, Boyfriend, Children and Career

Name Margaret Mac Neil
Birthdate ( Age) 26 February 2000
Place of Birth Jiujiang, China
Marital Status  Not Married Yet
Husband/Partner Not known
Children Not Yet
Parents Susan McNair and Edward Macneil
Profession Canadian swimmer
Net Worth $1 Million
Last Update 2022

Hannah Margaret McNair “Maggie” Mac Neil is a Canadian swimmer.She is the current Olympic and world champion and Americas record holder in the women’s 100 metre butterfly event (55.59 s), having won the gold medal at both the 2019 World Aquatics Championships and the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Margaret Mac Neil Family

Margaret Mac Neil Family
Margaret Mac Neil Family

Mac Neil was born in Jiujiang, China in February 2000 and was adopted by her Canadian family a year later.She was raised in London, Ontario by her family and attended Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School before going on to study at and compete for the University of Michigan. Margaret Macneil is an adopted child of Susan McNair and Edward Macneil.

Margaret Mac Neil Boyfriend

The boyfriend or lover Margaret Macneil is under the shade at the moment. She has never mentioned her love life in public. She seems to be more focused on her career rather than maintaining relationships. So, Margaret Macneil is single at the moment.

Margaret Mac Neil Net Worth

Hannah Margaret McNair “Maggie” Mac Neil is a Canadian swimmer who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million in 2022.

Margaret Mac Neil Professional Career

Growing up in London, Ontario, Mac Neil‘s first competitive experience as a swimmer came with the team of the school she first took lessons from. She would later cite the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing as the point where she “started to take swimming seriously and knew that I wanted to pursue it further.”She competed for Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School and the London Aquatic Club prior to her acceptance at the University of Michigan. She placed sixth in the 100 m butterfly event trials for Canada’s 2016 Olympic team.

Margaret Mac Neil
Margaret Mac Neil

Mac Neil was part of the Canadian women’s team at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju. She first won a bronze medal as part of the 4×100 m freestyle relay team, alongside Penny Oleksiak, Taylor Ruck, Kayla Sanchez, and Rebecca Smith. Mac Neil then competed in and won gold in the women’s 100 metre butterfly,beating four-time World and reigning Olympic champion Sarah Sjöström, in what was considered a major upset.

Competing for the University of Michigan, Mac Neil first tied the NCAA record for the 100 yard butterfly, and then broke it at the 2021 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in March 2021. She was the first in the NCAA to post a time under 49 seconds (48.89), and the first Michigan swimmer to win an NCAA title since 2008.She went on to win a second gold medal at the same championship, taking the 100 yard freestyle title.

In June 2021, she qualified to represent Canada at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.[9] Mac Neil first competed as part of the Canadian team for the 4×100 m freestyle relay, replacing Ruck for the event final and swimming a 53.47 second split to help take the silver medal, Mac Neil’s first Olympic medal.[10] The following day, Mac Neil competed in the final of the 100 m butterfly event, taking the gold medal by a margin of 0.05 seconds over China’s Zhang Yufei, setting a new personal best and Americas record of 55.59. She was the first Canadian gold medalist of the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Mac Neil wears glasses and does not have contacts or prescription goggles, therefore she cannot immediately see her results and it took her a few seconds to focus on the results board to realize she won gold.Cameras focused on her squinting at the results board and she said after that “I was just trying to squint and see where I came. I heard my name getting called so I knew I must have done something good.”

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