Who are Emma McKeon parents?

Susie McKeon
Ron McKeon
Emma McKeon/Parents

Know all about Emma McKeon Parents Her father Ron McKeon is also an Olympic swimmer, representing Australia at the 1980 and 1984 Summer Olympics. His mother Susie McKeon was a Commonwealth Games swimmer, while her brother David Mckeon had also represented Australia in the 2012 London Olympics.

Who is Emma McKeon mother?

Susie McKeon
Emma McKeon/Mothers
Before Emma McKeon could walk, she was able to swim across the family’s backyard pool. Her mum Susie McKeon told Virginia Trioli while her daughter was always a natural swimmer, no one expected her to become Australia’s most successful Olympic athlete.

Who is the most famous swimmer in Australia?

Ian Thorpe
Ian Thorpe is Australia’s most successful Olympian of all time with a total of nine medals, (five gold, three silver and one bronze medal) from Sydney and Athens combined.

Who does Dean Boxall coach?

South African-born Boxall, in his mid-40s, has been a swim coach for more than two decades and currently leads Brisbane-based swim club St Peters Western.

When did Cate Campbell move to Australia?

Cate’s Story African born Cate Campbell is the eldest of five siblings and moved to Australia in 2001 where she took up competitive swimming. Within six years she was a Youth Olympian and qualified for her first Olympics.

How tall is Emma Mckeown?

1.8 m
Emma McKeon/Height

Who is Australia’s greatest female swimmer?

Dawn Fraser
Dawn Fraser has been recognised as Australia’s greatest female swimmer. Over the course of her career she won eight Olympic medals—four gold and four silver—and set 39 world records. She might have won more but there were relatively few women’s freestyle events to contest.

Who are some famous swimmers coached by Touretski?

Gennadi Touretski was responsible for guiding the careers of some of the greatest swimmers the sport has produced. Names like Alex Popov, Michael Klim, Matt Dunn, Nicole Livingstone and Sarah Ryan were all influenced by his unique approach and coaching style.

Who was the first woman to break the one minute barrier in swimming?

On 27 October 1962, Fraser, swimming in Melbourne, became the first woman to break the one-minute barrier for 100m when she covered the longer distance of 110 yards in 59.9 seconds. Medals, and a stolen flag

Who was the 1992 gold medalist in Figure Skating?

– Kristi Yamaguchi, American figure skater and 1992 gold medalist I am building a fire, and every day I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I light the match. – Mia Hamm, American soccer player and two-time gold medalist

When did John Devitt retire from Speedo Australia?

Upon returning to Australia, Devitt retired and began working for Speedo. He rose from a salesman to become the European manager, and later, manager of the International section. In 1979, he combined with Terry Gathercole to begin their own aquatic equipment firm.