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Adam Rippon’s full names are Adam Richard Rippon, and he is an American former figure skater. He started his skating career in 1999 and retired in 2018, where he had been skating with the skating club of New York. He is popular for having won quite a number of championships both in the US and outside the US.
Adam Rippon has been very successful throughout the years.
Rippon began skating when he was ten years, and in 2000 he began to be coached by Yelena Sergeeva, which lasted for seven years until 2007. He won his first silver medal in 2004-05, which was the 2005 US Championships. He also participated at Triglav Trophy in 2005 in the junior division, where he won a gold medal. He participated in several other junior championships, and in 2007 he left Sergeeva and joined Nikolai Morozov in February the same year.
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Rippon is currently single. He opened up about him being gay on 2nd October 2015. He has a close relationship with his mother and honored her for her support and inspiration she put in him, which led to his success. Before becoming gay, he was in a relationship with Yuna Kim, a fellow skater, when they were at their training in Toronto. Yuna was the South Korean Olympic champion.
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|Full/Real Name||Adam Richard Rippon|
|Age (as of today)||34 years|
|Date of Birth||November 11, 1989|
|Place of Birth||Scranton, Pennsylvania|
|Height||1.7 m, 5 feet 7 inches|
|Weight||65 kg, 143.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$5 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Adam Rippon's height is pretty average measuring 1.7 m. Adam Rippon weighs 65 kg. Being born on November 11, 1989, translates to an age of 34 years as of todays date (November 19, 2023).
Athletes are given a really special platform. It’s our duty, as athletes, to be role models.Adam Rippon
Haters are fans in denial.Adam Rippon
Sometimes when you’re not confident in yourself, to see someone who doesn’t care – and I don’t care anymore. I really don’t care – it gives you that confidence.Adam Rippon
I’m confident in who I and what I’m doing.Adam Rippon
I remember when I told my mom that I wanted to come out, and my mom was a little hesitant. She was saying, ‘Are you sure? Do you think that might affect your scores?’ or, ‘Is it something that you think that you need to do?’ And I told her, ‘I don’t care. It’s important to me.’Adam Rippon