Kylie Masse

Kylie Masse

Kylie Masse Bio

Kylie Jacqueline Masse is a Canadian athlete- a competition professional swimmer. She is best known to specialize in backstroke. She began her swimming journey at a young age for the Windsor Essex Swim team and was coached by Andrei Semenov. She won gold and set a world record (58.10) in the women’s 100-m backstroke to become Canada’s first-ever female world champion in swimming, at the 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest.

Kylie won gold in the 100 m backstrokes at the 2015 Summer Universiade and was the 2015-16 CIS swimmer of the year while swimming at the University of Toronto. She won gold and set a Commonwealth Games record in both the 100-m and 200-m backstroke at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Kylie is a two-time Olympic medalist, having tied for the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in 100 m backstroke and then won the silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

 Kylie Masse Bio    
Bio/Wiki
NameKylie Masse
Real NameKylie Masse
Nick NameKylie, Ky
ProfessionCanadian Swimmer
Famous ForEarned top honours as the Ontario University Athletics and Canadian Interuniversity Sport Female Swimmer of the Year; received the BLG Award as the CIS Female Athlete of the Year.
Debut2014
Personal Information
Date of Birth18th January 1996
Age (as in 2021)25 years
Birthplace Windsor, Canada
Zodiac signCapricorn
NationalityCanadian
HometownLaSalle, ON
ResidenceToronto, ON
ReligionChristianity
Physical Status
Height (approx.)5'8" (172 cm, 1.72 m)
Weight (approx.)61 kg (134 lbs)
Body Measurements (B-C-W)Not Known
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown
Education and More
SchoolSandwich Secondary School
College/University Kinesiology program, University of Toronto
Educational QualificationGraduate
Family and Relationships
Father Louie Masse
MotherCynthia Lynn Masse
SiblingsBrother:
Sister:
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/Girlfriends/BoyfriendsNot Known
SpouseN/A
Children(s)N/A
Career
HonoursThe first Canadian swimmer to defend a world title- won the women’s 100-m backstroke at the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships
Achievements1 Gold and 2 Bronze-Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships- 3rd Finalist
1 Gold-Tokyo 2018 Pan Pacific Championships- 3rd Finalist
2 Gold and 2 Silver- Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games- 4th Finalist
1 Gold and 1 Bronze- Budapest 2017 FINA World Championships- 3rd Finalist
1 Bronze- Rio 2016 Olympic Games- 2nd Finalist
CoachByron MacDonald, Ben Titley
Previous CoachLinda Kiefer, Byron MacDonald
ClubHigh Performance Centre - Ontario
SportSwimming
Favourites
Favourite TV showHawaii Five-O, Grey’s Anatomy
Favourite MusicRap, Dancehall
Favourite SingerBeyonce
Favourite Other SportsSoccer, Hockey
Favourite DestinationEurope
Favourite FoodCheesecake, Chocolate
HobbiesListening to Music, Spending time with family and friends, travelling, taking dance classes
All-time Pre-competition ritualGood night’s sleep, eating and hydrating, and listening to music to get excited
Net Worth/Salary/Assets
Net Worth$ 10 million
Salary Not Known
AssetsNot Known
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