Emma McKeon Family, Net Worth, Husband, Professional Career , Education, Biography

Emma McKeon Net Worth

Emma McKeon Family and Parents – Emma McKeon is an Australian competitive swimmer born to Susie McKeon (Mother) and Ron McKeon (Father). 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.

Emma McKeon Biography

Real NameEmma McKeon
Birth Date24 May 1994
Age (as of 2022)28 years
Birth PlaceWollongong, New South Wales, Australia
ProfessionSwimmer
NationalityAustralian
EthnicityNot Known
ReligionChristian
Mother NameSusie McKeon
Father NameRon McKeon
SiblingsDavid McKeon
Marital StatusIn Relationship
Spouse / Partner Cody Simpson
ChildrenNot Yet
EducationGraduation
Last Update2022

Emma McKeon Family (Background & Early Life)

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 Family
Emma McKeon Family

Emma McKeon Parents

Emma McKeon Parents Name is Susie McKeon (Mother) and Ron McKeon (Father).She has a Sibling name David McKeon. She is very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. Her parents always supported her career. Her brother David was also selected meaning the pair were the first brother and sister to swim at an Olympic Games for Australia

Emma McKeon Husband

Cody Simpson with Girlfriend Emma McKeon
Cody Simpson with Girlfriend Emma McKeon

Emma McKeonis in a relationship with Cody Simpson. Cody and Emma are teammates on the Australian Swimming Team, though it’s unclear how long they’ve been together. She and Cody were first spotted kissing in an Instagram post shared by him in May 2022, but they didn’t go Instagram official until July of that year.

Emma McKeon Net Worth

Emma McKeon has an estimated Net Worth of $1.5 Million in 2022. She earns a good fortune from her hard work, which she devotes a lot of time to and where she presents oneself entirely.

Net Worth ( 2022 )$1.5 Million
NameEmma McKeon
Income SourceSwimmer
Prize Money$23,000
Last Update2022

Emma McKeon Salary, Income Source

Here we discuss about her Salary, Income and Career Earnings. According to reports, she earned approximately $46,900 from ISL swim meets in 2021. Furthermore, she was paid $23,000 per year. Similarly, the Australian Government is said to award $13,800 for gold medals, $10,350 for silver medals, and $6,900 for bronze medals.

Emma McKeon
Emma McKeon

Emma McKeon Ethnicity, Nationality

Emma McKeon Ethnicity is White and She holds the Australian Nationality.

Emma McKeon Age, Height and Weight

Emma McKeon  Height is 5’11” (180 cm) and her Weight is 60 kg (132 lb).

Emma McKeon Professional Career

McKeon competed in the Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore in 2010. She won gold in the girls’ 4 100 metre medley relay, silver in the 100 metre freestyle and bronze in the mixed 4 100 metre freestyle relay, and bronze in the 50 metre freestyle, 200 metre freestyle, and mixed 4 100 metre medley relay.

McKeon was named to the Australian team for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in April 2016. Her brother David was also chosen, making them Australia’s first brother and sister to compete in an Olympic Games since John and Ilsa Konrads in 1960.

She finished sixth in the 100m butterfly.McKeon went three-for-three in her relay events, medaling in all three and competing in the finals of all three, and one-for-two in her individual events at the 2016 Summer Olympics, her first Olympic Games.McKeon won four gold medals at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.

In the final, she swam the third leg of the Australian team’s 4 100 metre freestyle relay, which won gold in a world record time of 3:29.69. She also won the gold medal in the 100 metre freestyle with a time of 51.96 seconds on the second to last day of swimming. On the final day, she won the gold medal in the 50 metre freestyle with another Olympic record time of 23.81 seconds, and she swam the butterfly leg of the gold medal-winning and Olympic record-setting Australian relay team for the 4 100 metre medley relay.

McKeon won seven medals in Tokyo, the most by any female swimmer in a single Olympic Games, and tied Soviet gymnast Maria Gorokhovskaya for the most medals won by a female athlete in any sport in a single Olympic Games.

She was the first female competitor at an Olympic Games since 1964 to lead the medal count across all sports, with Caeleb Dressel of the United States being the next highest ranking competitor in swimming in terms of total medal count at the end of the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Her five Olympic gold medals between the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games tied the Australian record held by Ian Thorpe, while her 11 total medals across her first two, and consecutive, Olympic Games broke the record of nine total Olympic medals held by fellow Australians Ian Thorpe and Leisel Jones combined.

McKeon became only the fourth swimmer in history, after Mark Spitz, Matt Biondi, and Michael Phelps, to win seven or more Olympic medals in a single Olympic Games, making her the first swimmer in history, male or female, not from the United States, to accomplish the feat.