Who is the Olympics athlete Megan Tapper husband? At the age of 27, she is happily married to Matheu Tapper.
Megan Tapper is a hurdler who has competed at the Commonwealth games.
She was also a member of the Jamaican shuttle hurdles relay in Yokohama, Japan. Similarly, Megan was also with her team in Doha, Qatar at the world championships where she made the final in the 100 hurdles.
Further, Tapper represented her country, Jamaica in the 2017 World Athletics Championships in London where she successfully made it to the semi-finals.
Olympics: Who Is Megan Tapper Husband?
Megan Tapper is married to her husband, Matheu Tapper.
Matheu is her coach and life partner. He is USATF certified Level 2 Coach according to his Instagram Bio.
We are not sure about Tapper’s boyfriend, or any past relationships she had. She has not openly spoken about it.
Get To Know Megan Tapper Parents
Megan Tapper has not disclosed information regarding her parents to the public yet.
Therefore, we are not sure about her parent’s bio details, and if they also belonged to the athletic background.
We are clear that Megan likes to keep her parents, and family out of the public eyes, and doesn’t feel comfortable sharing their details with the public.
What Is Megan Tapper Ethnicity?
Megan Tapper’s ethnicity belongs to African-Jamaican.
According to World Atlas, “The afro-Jamaicans or black Jamaicans refer to the citizens of Jamaica who are descendants of black Africans or partially black Africa.”
Similarly, she holds Jamaican nationality.
Megan Tapper: Age & Height
Megan Tapper’s age is 27 years old. She was born on 18 March 1994 in Kingston, Jamaica.
At the age of 27, Megan has represented her country in the 2016 Olympics and is currently at the 2020 Olympics.
She stands at the height of 5 feet and 1 inch. Tapper has a well-maintained body, and her physique is balanced for her to be one of the best know hurdlers in Jamaica.
Her net worth is estimated to be at $1 Million – $5 Million. Megan’s main source of income comes from being a successful hurdler and she is set to make more records in the future.
We are certain that Tapper’s fortune and assets will increase in the upcoming years.
Moreover, she has also won bronze at the 2019 Pan-Am Games.
Furthermore, Tapper made her personal best in the 100 meters hurdles in 12.53 seconds set in Tokyo Olympics.
BIG CONGRATS on a historic Olympic medal for Megan Tapper! @Megstappedin becomes the first Jamaican woman to win a medal in the women’s 100mH after placing third in 12.55s!#OlympicGames #Jam #Bronze pic.twitter.com/AfgeTpE9q6
— Ogun Size 🦍 (@IamSeanAB) August 2, 2021