Shayna Jack : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband , Children and Education

Shayna Jack is an Australian swimmer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband , Children and Education

Shayna Jack : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband , Children and  Education
Shayna Jack
  Bio
Name Shayna Jack
Birthdate ( Age) 6 November 1998
Place of Birth Argentina Sunnybank, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Joe Rintala
Children Not Yet 
Parents Name not Known
Education Griffith University, Nathan
Profession Australian swimmer
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update September 2021

Shayna Jack is an Australian swimmer. She competed at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, where she won two silver and two bronze medals in the relay events.

In  2019, Jack tested positive for a banned substance during a routine doping test and was subsequently suspended by Swimming Australia. 

Early Life and Family

Shayna was born in 1998 in Sunnybank, Australia . Her Father is a Businessman. However, she has three siblings named Zac Jack and Mitchell Jack (Elite swimmer) and therefore the name of her younger brother isn't known.Shayna Swimmer has completed her highschool from Sunnybank and later got enrolled at Griffith University, Nathan, Queensland to finish her graduation with a Business degree.

Shayna Jack Husband, Is Shayna Jack Married

Shayna is currently dating her boyfriend, Joe Rintala and therefore the love pair often uploads their picture together on Instagram. They were also spotted during sports matches in Australia.

Shayna Jack Net Worth

Shayna Jack is an Australian swimmer has an estimated Net Worth arround $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Jack represented Australia swimming the 30m, 100m and 200m freestyles. Jack finished third in the 50m free with a final time of 25.54. Jack finished fifth in the 100m Freestyle with a 55.38, just 0.6 seconds out of medal contention. Clocking a 2:03.13, Jack also swam the 200m freestyle.

Jack, who trains with Bronte and Cate Campbell, took down Bronte’s national 18-years record twice on Sunday. In the morning heats, Jack clocked a 53.60 to make the finals. In the finals she placed fourth, securing a place on Australia’s World Championship Team and broke the record again, lowering it to 53.40.

Jack swam the leadoff leg on Australia’s silver medal winning 4x100m freestyle relay splitting a 53.75. Teaming with Bronte Campbell, Brittany Elmslie and Emma McKeon, the Aussies beat bronze medal winners, the Netherlands, by 0.63 seconds.

On day 2, Shayna swam the 100 free, qualifying 5th in prelims, but fell to 7th (53.74) in finals. On day 3, Jack went 2nd on the women’s 4×100 free relay, splitting 53.10 to help the Aussie’s secure gold in a pan pac record of 3:31.58.

Controvercy

June 14, five weeks prior to the start of FINA World Aquatics Championships, Aussie freestyle ace Shayna Jack announced her withdrawal from the world’s biggest swimming competition outside of the Olympics. Jack stated via her social media,”It is with great sadness that I have to withdraw from world championships due to personal reasons.”  With the ambiguity arose questions and speculation, which were confirmed.

The 2017 World Championships medalist tested positive for a banned substance.  Via Instagram, Jack revealed she has tested positive, but says, “I would never intentionally take a banned substance that would disrespect my sport and jeopardize my career.” The St. Peters Western athlete stated further, “Now there is an ongoing investigation and my team and I are doing everything we can to find out when ad how the substance has come into contact with my body.”

July 28th Jack revealed on her Instagram account that the banned substance Ligandrol was found in both her A and B samples.  Ligandrol, also known as selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM) LGD-4033, was originally developed for the treatment of muscle wasting conditions such as ageing, osteoporosis, muscular dystrophy and cancer, is promoted as a selective non-steroidal anabolic agent.