Emma McKeon Age, Height ,Net Worth, Career, Family, Education Biography…

Emma McKeon is a popular Olympic swimmer. He was born on May 2 in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. Who has competed for Australia. He competed in the 2016 and 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Her brother David McKeown and her father Ron McKeon are both two-time Olympians, her uncle Robert Woodhouse won a bronze medal in swimming in 1984 in Los Angeles. In addition, he has won six Olympic medals at the 201 Summer Olympics as well as the 2020 Summer Olympics.

 

 

Emma McKeown Personal Life and Education :-

Emma birthplace is Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. And she is of Australian nationality. Emma’s father is called Mr. Ron McKeon. And Emma’s mother’s name is Ms. Susie McKeon. Both were swimmers by profession. The family members in which Emma was born were all engaged in the swimming profession. Emma has a brother and a sister. He has a brother named David and a sister named Caitlin. Emma’s brother David is also a swimmer. She graduated from Illawarra Grammar School in 2012 and continued her education at Griffith University to earn a bachelor’s degree in public health and health promotion with a specialization in nutrition. She is trained by Michael Bohl at Griffith University.

Emma McKeown Biography :-

Real name Emma McKeon
Date of birth 24 May 1994
Birthplace Wollongong, New South Wales
Hometown Wollongong, New South Wales
Age 27 years
Nationality Australian
Profession Swimmer

 

 

Emma McKeown Education and Family : –

School IIIawarra Grammer School
University Griffith University
Education Graduate
Father Name Ron McKeon
Mother Name Susie McKeon
Brother’s Name David McKeon
Sister’s Name Ilsa Konrads McKeon
Spouse Name None
Children’s None
Coach Michael Bohl
Net Worth $1 Million-$5 Million

 

 

Emma McKeown Figure, Height, and Weight: –

 Hair Color Not None
Eye Color Not None
Height feet 5 fet 11 Inches
Weight 60 Kg

Emma McKeown Emma career :-

Emma began her professional career as a swimmer. He took part in the swimming world championships. Won a gold medal in the women’s 4 x 100m mixed relay; Silver medals in the 100-meter freestyle relay and the mixed 4 × 100-meter relays. Emma McKeon wins 50 m freestyle, 200 m freestyle and 4 × 100 m medley mixed relay . 

 

 

Emma McKeown Olympic games :-

2012 Season :-

 She missed the selection for the London 2012 Olympics by finishing sixth over 100m freestyle, ninth over 100m butterfly, ninth over 200m freestyle and 14th over 50m freestyle.

2016 Season :-

 In April 2016, McKeon took another chance to run for the Australian team for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Emma McKeon was selected. His brother David was also selected, meaning the couple was the first siblings to swim in the 1960 Olympic Games in Australia since John and Ilsa Konrad’s medal with a world record of 3: 30.65. She was one of five Australian medalists in individual swimming in Rio and won bronze in the 200m freestyle with a time of 1: 54.92. She was sixth over 100 meters butterfly.

2021 Season :-

 McKeon won four gold medals at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. He swam the third stage of the 4 × 100-meter freestyle relay for the Australian team, which won gold with a world record of 3: 29.69. On the penultimate day of swimming, he also won the 100-meter freestyle in 51.96 (Olympic record and second-fastest time in history). On the final day, he won the 50-meter freestyle with another Olympic record of 23.81 and swam the butterfly route with the gold medal-winning team of the 4 × 100-meter relays. McKeon won seven medals in Tokyo, most from a swimmer in an individual match and most from an athlete in an individual match (simultaneously with Soviet gymnast Maria Gorokhovskaya). His total of five Olympic gold medals (2016 and 2020) is an Australian record (together with Ian Thorpe).

Emma McKeown World Championships :-

2013 Season :-

 In 2013 he won a silver medal in the 4 × 100-meter freestyle relay at the 15th FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. She also swam in the 4 × 100-meter medley relay and the 4 × 200-meter freestyle relay on the way to Australia, winning silver medals in the process.

2015-2017 Seaaon :-

 In 2015 he took part in the 16th FINA World Championship in Kazan, Russia. She won a gold medal in the 4 × 100-meter freestyle relay, a bronze medal in the 4 × 100-meter positional relays, was fourth in the 100-meter butterfly and seventh in the 200-meter freestyle. Emma McKeon won four silver and two bronze medals at the 2017 World Swimming Championships. He started the 100m butterfly. In the heats, she was third with a time of 55.82. She then came in second in the second semifinals and set an Oceania record of 54.22. In 200 freestyle, he continued the fourth-fastest time from the playoffs to the semifinals with a time of 1: 56.61. Their fourth silver came from the mixed 4 × 100 m with his teammate Mitch Larkin. Daniel Cave and Bronte Campbell.

Emma McKeown Commonwealth Games :-

 2014-2018 Season :-

 Emma McConn got a huge chance in the Australian team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. Where he won six medals, four gold and two bronze medals. On the first day of the competition, she won gold in the 200m freestyle, then competed in the 4 × 100m freestyle relay with Bronte Campbell, Melania Schlanzer and Kate Campbell. which won gold medals all over the world. record. from 3: 30.98. She won the individual bronze medal in the 100m freestyle behind the 100m butterfly and then the Campbell Sisters. McKeown won the most swimming medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, including four gold and two bronze medals, based on his previous record at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and shared them with Ian Thorpe and Susie O’Neill.

 

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