Shayna Jack Bio
Shayna Jack is an Australian swimmer. She was born on 6 November 1988 in Sunnybank, Australia. She competed at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, where she won two silver medals and a bronze in the relay events.
Shayna Jack is 20 years old as of 2019
She is very close with her family. On 6 June 2016, she uploaded photos of her father and mother to wish them “Happy Anniversary” on her official Instagram account.
As per her siblings, she is the of her 3 brothers i.e. Zac Jack, and Mitchell Jack. Mitchell is also an Elite Swimmer.
The name of her youngest brother is not available. She dreamed to become a professional swimmer since her childhood.
Jack attended Griffith University, Nathan, Queensland to complete her graduation with a Bachelor of Business degree. Earlier, she finished her high school in Sunnybank.
Shayna Jack Scandals – Ligandrol Drug and Controversy
In July 2019, She removed from the Australian Swimming team to compete in the 2019 World Aquatics Championships. Shayna was pulled out from the event because of some serious doping allegation against her.
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) has found some banned substance in Shayna’s body.
In the dope test, Shayna found positive with an anabolic agent drug named Ligandrol This drug is widely used in the bodybuilding industry. But, Ligandrol is a prohibited substance in swimming.
She denied all these doping allegations against her. Shayna also shared a link of PDF file, where she wrote her whole story which changed her life.
Shayna’s coach Dean Boxall is also in a shocking state. According to him, Jack did not intentionally take Ligandrol drug to improve her performance.
Jacks family, lawyer, doctor, and management team is also working hard to prove her innocence.
Her siblings Mitchell Jack and Zac Jack has also supported her Sister. In addition, Shayna’s lover Joe Rintala is encouraging her to fight against this doping test allegation.
In South Korea, Australian swimmer Mack Horton also refused to share the podium with Sun Yang (China Swimmer) at the World Aquatics Championships & 400 m freestyle final. Earlier, he was called & Drug cheat by him.