Emma Slevin Bio
Emma Slevin is a famous Gymnast. Emma Slevin was born in May 2, 2003 in Galway, Ireland. She is a gymnast best known for her participation in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, where she was a member the Irish gymnastics team. She was first in the junior division of the 2018 Irish Championships.
|Full Name||Emma Slevin|
|Place of Birth||Galway|
Family, Dating, Relationship Records
She is originally from Galway, Ireland. Emma Slevin age in 2023 is 19 years. Emma Slevin father name is under review and mother name is also under review. Emma Slevin's has not shared any information about siblings on social media platforms.
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Height - How tall is Emma Slevin?
Emma Slevin is one of famous Gymnast born in Ireland. According to Wikipedia, IMDb and some online newspaper, Emma Slevin height currently under review. We will update the height once we complete the verification process.
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She shares a May 2nd birthday with Lily Allen, Olivia Attwood and Olivia Attwood.
She became the first Irish female gymnast to be selected for the senior all-around final at the European Championships in 2021.
Net Worth (2023) - How rich is Emma Slevin?
Emma Slevin net worth comes from Gymnast. Being a famous Gymnast, Emma Slevin also earned money by TV Commercial, Sponsors & being some popular brands ambassador. However the information is currently under review. Once we are complete the review, we will update everything about Emma Slevin's Net worths. As far our analysis, Emma Slevin estimated net worth is $500k - $2.5 Million.
|Net Worth (2022)||$5 million|
|Source of net worth||Gymnast|
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She made her international debut at 2017 Flanders International Team Challenge, Ghent, where she helped Ireland to seventh place.