McKenzie Coan is an American swimmer know all about McKenzie Coan Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Professional Career, Disability
|Birthdate ( Age)||14 June 1996|
|Place of Birth||Clarkesville, Georgia, United States|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Parents||Marc and Teresa Coan|
|Education||oyola University Maryland|
|Net Worth||$1 million ( Estimated )|
McKenzie Coan is an American swimmer. At the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, she swam the 400m Freestyle in the S8 category. Coan was one of four S8 category swimmers chosen to compete for Team USA at the games.
She later had her breakout games in the 2016 Summer Paralympics, where she would go on to win 3 gold medals in the category S7 50, 100, and 400M Freestyle races, with an additional silver medal in the 34-point women’s 4 x 100m Freestyle relay. In the process of getting her gold medal in the 50M Freestyle she also set a new Paralympic Record.
McKenzie Coan Family
Coan was born on June 14, 1996, in Toccoa, Georgia. Coan grew up in Clarkesville, Georgia, with her parents, Marc, an internal medicine physician, and Teresa Coan, who owns a swim team. Coan has two siblings, older brother Grant is a medical school student, and younger brother Eli swims for UNC-Chapel Hill.
McKenzie Coan Disability
McKenzie Coan has the connective tissue disorder “Osteogenesis imperfecta”, which is most associated with brittle bones. Coan has broken over 50 bones in her lifetime. In addition to swimming, Coan participated in Girl Scouts,track and field, and mock trial in her youth. In her high school years, Coan was on the board of the Georgia Swimming LSC, she was Secretary of the Georgia Olympians Association and also had her own foundation where she volunteered her time to local children’s hospitals.
McKenzie Coan Husband
McKenzie Coan is not married yet and there is no any information is available on socia media about her marital and relationship status.
McKenzie Coan Net Worth
McKenzie Coan is an American swimmer who has an estimated Net Worth of arround $1 million in 2022.
McKenzie Coan Professional Career
Coan is an S7-6-7 category swimmer, who is ranked first in the world in the 50m, 100m, 400m and 1500m freestyle events. Coan is an American record holder from her previous classifications of S8 and S9 in the 100m Individual Medley and the 400m freestyle, as well as a multiple time American record holder in her current S7 classification.
Coan started swimming competitively at the age of five after both of her brothers joined a local swim team. She is currently a member of the Loyola University Maryland varsity team which competes at the NCAA Division 1 level. Coan was also a member of the Cumming Waves Swim Team, where she was team captain throughout high school.
She won three individual gold medals at the 2016 Summer Paralympics.She also set a Paralympic record in the 50 Meter Freestyle final. Coan competed in six events at the 2016 Games: 50m Freestyle 100m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle, 100m Backstroke, 100m Butterfly and the 4x100m Freestyle Relay. Coan earned gold medals in the 50m, 100m and 400m Freestyle events, putting her in a very small group of individuals to ever win every event of one stroke at a Games. Coan also earned a silver medal as part of the 4x100m freestyle relay.
Coan swam in the 2017 Para-Swimming World Championships in Mexico City, Mexico. She repeated her gold medal hall from the previous year’s games in that she won golds in the 50m, 100m, and 400m S7 freestyle events. She also won a silver in the 50m butterfly and gold as part of the women’s 4x100m freestyle 34 point relay.
As of 2020, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, Coan has relocated and is currently living and training at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO. under Paralympic National Team Coach Nathan Manley. In June 2021 the US announced the 34 Paralympic swimmers who would be going to the delayed 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo. The women’s team of was Coan, Jessica Long, Elizabeth Marks, Rebecca Meyers and Mallory Weggemann.
Coan is releasing a book, titled “Breaking Free: Shattering Expectations and Thriving with Ambition in Pursuit of Gold” on August 11th. This book is co-authored with Holly Neumann. The release will take place just a few weeks prior to her competing at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
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