Who Is Shane Quinn? Shane is the husband of track runner Emily Sisson. Find out his Instagram and age.
While Emily Sisson qualified for the forthcoming Summer Olympics, her husband has come forth the inquiry line. Shane Quinn, who is married to Emily for years, was once her teammate in Providence College.
The pair have represented Ireland in several international tournaments.
Who Is Shane Quinn?
Shane Quinn is Emily Sisson’s husband.
Once, both Shane and Emily were Providence teammates. They are the college sweethearts who first met at Providence College in Rhode Island. They gave their friendship a new form of bond with a romantic touch.
Shane hails from Waterford, Ireland.
Shane and Emily are married for nearly three years now. They tied said ‘I Do’ on August 7, 2018, in his hometown, Waterford, Ireland.
Until now, the duo does not have a child. But they have a dog named Desmond, and Shane calls himself a dad of Desmond.
They are over the moon with their ever-growing love and married life.
Meet Emily Sisson Husband On Instagram
Shane Quinn does not have an Instagram account.
Emily Sisson’s husband has remained out of the social platforms for most of the time.
However, he often gets surfaced on his wife’s Instagram and other social media posts and updates.
Shane Age: His Height And Weight Details
Shane Quinn’s actual age remains out of the public eye.
But concerning his appearance, he might be somewhere around his 30s.
Shane celebrates his birthday on September 16 every year.
Apart from that, there are no records of his physical features, including his height and weight.
But compared to his wife, Emily, he stands taller in height.
Emily’s height is 5 feet and 2 inches tall, while she weighs 45 kg in weight.
Most of Shane’s personal life details remain under the wraps. It’s unknown how much net worth does the former runner cash.
But the lovebirds might have treasured a significant fortune through their track running career.
Shane has a record of 10,000 meters track running in 29 minutes and 30.59 seconds. He also competed in the 2010 European Cross Country Champions for Ireland and finished in the 12th position.