Summer McIntosh

Who is Summer McIntosh? Biography, Wiki, Height, Net Worth, Age, Parents

Who is Summer McIntosh?

Summer McIntosh is a competitive swimmer from Canada. She rose to fame after being named the youngest member of Canada’s Olympic squad for the 2020 Summer Games. In 2022, she won two World gold medals in a single competition.

Well-known for

  • The first Canadian to win two World gold medals in the same competition.

Early Life

On August 18, 2006, Summer McIntosh was born. Her birthplace is in the United States, in Toronto, Ontario. She is a Canadian citizen. Her father, Greg McIntosh, and mother, Jill Horstead, gave birth to her. Brooke, her older sister, is her only sibling.

Summer McIntosh with her mother.
Celebrated Name Summer McIntosh
Age 15 Years
Nick Name Summer
Birth Name Summer McIntosh
Birth Date 2006-08-18
Gender Female
Profession Swimmer
Place Of Birth Toronto, Ontario
Birth Nation Canada
Famous For The first Canadian to win two World gold medals at a single championship
Nationality Canadian
Father Greg McIntosh
Mother Jill Horstead
Siblings 1
Sisters Brooke McIntosh
Ethnicity White
Religion Christianity
Horoscope Leo
Education Not Known
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Weight Around 50 kg
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Blonde
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Unmarried
Boyfriend None
Residence Toronto, Ontario
Source of Wealth Swimming (prize money, contracts, sponsorships)
Net Worth Below $1 million
Links Instagram

Summer McIntosh Career

  • Summer McIntosh began swimming at a young age.
  • She began competing in swimming competitions at a young age.
  • She has broken over 50 national age-group swimming records.
  • In May 2021, she swam a 4:05.13 in the 400 m freestyle. It is the world’s quickest time by a 14-year-old swimmer.
  • She got selected for the Canadian Olympic swimming trials in 2021.
  • She defeated training partner Penny Oleksiak in the 200 m freestyle event.
  • She swam in 1:56.19, the fastest time ever by a 14-year-old swimmer anywhere in the globe.

  • She has qualified for the Summer Olympics in 2020.
  • In her debut event, she finished fourth in the women’s 400m freestyle. With a run of 4:02.42, she shattered the Canadian national record.
  • She placed ninth in the semifinals of the women’s 200 m freestyle and so missed the final.
  • She was a member of Canada’s 4 × 200 m relay squad. They finished fourth in the final, breaking a Canadian record.
  • She came in ninth place in the women’s 800m freestyle.
  • She made her International Swimming League debut as a member of the Toronto Titans.
  • She was named to the Canadian squad for the World Swimming Championships in 2021.
  • She finished second in the 4 × 100 m medley relay.
  • As part of the 4 × 200 m women’s freestyle relay, she earned a gold medal.
  • Her first individual medal was a silver in the 400 m freestyle competition.
  • At a practice event for the Canadian swimming trials in March 2022, she achieved a national and Commonwealth record of 4:29.12 in the 400 m individual medley. It was the third-fastest time in history and the quickest time by any swimmer since Katinka Hosszu’s victory in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
  • At the national swimming trials, she won the 200 and 400 m freestyles, the 200 m butterfly, and the 400 m individual medley.
  • At the 2022 FINA World Aquatics Championships, she made her senior FINA World Aquatics Championships debut.
  • She won silver in the 400 m freestyle, setting a new national record of 3:59.39.
  • She achieved a world junior record of 2:05.79 in the semi-finals of the 200 m butterfly.
  • She beat the previous mark established yesterday in the finals and earned her maiden World Championship.
    • Young Summer McIntosh and her sister, Brooke.
  • In the event final of the 4 × 200 m freestyle relay, she achieved another junior world record with a 1:54.79 opening leg. It was the second-fastest time of any female competitor in the event. The bronze medal was won by the Canadian team.
  • In her last event, the 400 m individual medley, she won her second gold medal of the championships. She won by 0.63 seconds against American Katie Grimes.

Summer McIntosh Boyfriend

Summer McIntosh is a teenager. She is not currently dating anyone. In the future, she will be dating a gorgeous man. She is now single.

Summer McIntosh net worth 

Summer McIntosh is a young swimmer who has already created a name for herself in the sport. She has won the global championship. She will make a lot of money from her swimming career in the near future. Her net worth is currently believed to be less than $1 million.

Summer McIntosh Height

Summer McIntosh stands at 1.73 m, or 5 feet and 8 inches tall. Her physique is sporty. Her eyes are dark brown, and her hair is blonde. Her sexual orientation is heterosexual.

Did You Know?

  • Her mother is a former Olympic swimmer for Canada.
  • Her elder sister competes in pair skating.
  • She was the youngest member of Canada’s squad for the 2020 Summer Olympics, at the age of 14.
  • She is only the fourth woman in history to break four minutes in the 400 m freestyle.
  • Her gold medal at the 2022 FINA World Aquatics Championship was Canada’s first medal of any color.
  • She is the youngest 15-year-old to win a World Championship since Ye Shiwen of China in 2011.
  • She became Canada’s youngest World Champion in history.
  • She became the first Canadian swimmer to win two gold medals at the World Championships in the same year.
  • With four medals, she set a new record for the most medals won by a Canadian at a single World Championships.
  • She became the World Championships’ youngest winner since Tracy Caulkins in 1978.

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