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Nathan Chen is known as an American figure skater who competes in the men's singles division. He is most famous for a two-time World champion, a 2018 Winter Olympic bronze medalist, and three-time U.S. national champion.

Background and Age

Nathan Chen was born on May 5, 1999 in Salt Lake City, UT. Nathan is most at home in an ice arena, and it bodes well given his family's passion energy for anything on the ice. Both of his siblings, Tony and Colin, played hockey. Both of Nathan's sisters, Alice and Janice, took up figure skating. For a considerable length of time, Nathan contended in both figure skating and hockey, until figure skating eventually became his sole focus.

Chen constantly envisioned about contending at the Olympic Games. He was even interviewed on TV at ten years old hoping to have the chance to contend in the 2018 Olympics. Nathan started skating when he was only three years of age and has made a fast ascent in the game. He won two national titles at the novice level. He turned into the most youthful national beginner champion at ten years old and caught two progressively national titles at the junior level before climbing to the senior positions.

Relationships

Nathan has not revealed any information about his personal and private relationships.

Career and Net Worth

Nathan Chen has truly taken figure skating higher than ever. The two time World Champion and three-time United States Champion has made winning a propensity. He turned into the first skater to land five quadruple bounces in a single program and was the first skater to ever endeavor six quads in a single program. He achieved this on the game's greatest stage at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

At the 2016 U.S. Championships in St. Paul, he turned into the first U.S. skater to land two quads in a short program. At that point, he finished off the occasion via landing four quads in the free skate. Nathan's bouncing prowess helped him enter the record books, as the past record number of quads arrived in a long program was three. Nathan, sadly, endured hip injury damage at the 2016 U.S. Championships that required a necessary medical procedure. He went through five months in recovery at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Nathan felt that this recuperation made him rationally and physically more grounded. He proved it with his 2016 Grand Prix Final Silver Medal performance in Marseilles, France.

In December 2019, it was announced that Chen made the Forbes 30 Under 30 – Sports list.

Date modified: Jun 22, 2020
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