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Valentina Marchei was born on May 23, 1986 (age 34 years) in Milan, Italy. She is a celebrated figure skater.
Figure skater who won her fifth Italian national championship in 2014 after finishing in 4th at the 2013 European Championships. She finished in 11th place as Italy's figure skating representative at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
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She began figure skating in 1993. She later earned her breakthrough in 2010 at the European Championships where she finished in 8th place.
She finished in 6th place at the 2018 Winter Olympics with her partner Ondrej Hotarek. They previously finished in 4th at the 2015 European Championships.
As our current database, Valentina Marchei is still alive (according to Wikipedia, Last update: January 6, 2020).
Her father Marco was an Olympic marathon runner.
Valentina Marchei is 34 years old. Valentina Marchei's height is Unknown & weight is Not Available now. Full body measurements, clothes & shoes size is being updated soon or you can click edit button to update Valentina Marchei's height and other parameters.
She competed against Meagan Duhamel in figure skating at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
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Tonya Harding is a retired American figure skater, who won the ˜US Championship' in 1991 and 1994. She gained prominence as a skater in 1989, when she won the ˜Skate America' competition. After a controversy in 1994, Tonya was forced to quit figure skating, and turned her attention towards boxing. Tonya became a professional boxer in 2003. Her popularity increased when she started appearing in films and TV shows, which made her an international celebrity. What made her a national celebrity though was the 1994 incident when Tonya's main competitor Nancy Kerrigan was mysteriously attacked just before the ˜National Championship.' Tonya used her notoriety and fame to her advantage so much so, that she rewrote the history of women's ice skating culture. Her life story and achievements became a part of many academic assessments and in 2017 a biopic titled ˜I, Tonya' was released.
American figure skater turned coach who was the 2012 Rostelecom silver medalist, the 2014 U.S. National Champion, and the 2013 and 2015 U.S. national silver medalist. She also won a bronze medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics as part of the team event as well as placed fourth in the ladies' singles.
American figure skater who took gold at the 2016 US Figure Skating Championships. In 2018, he won a bronze medal as part of the team event and became the first openly gay U.S. male athlete to win a medal at the Winter Olympics. He won season 26 of Dancing with the Stars in 2018.
Chinese-American figure skater who became a three-time U.S. Junior Champion and won gold at the ISU Junior Grand Prix in Mexico in 2013. He became the 2017-18 Grand Prix Final champion. He later won a bronze medal in the team figure skating event at the 2018 Olympics.
World Champion ice dancer who became the 2010 and 2018 Olympic gold medalist with partner Scott Moir. She won silver medals in both dancing and the team event at the 2014 Olympics
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Nancy Kerrigan is an American actor and a former figure-skating champion. She represented the US at various international skating competitions and won a number of medals and accolades. Kerrigan developed an interest in figure skating at a very young age. Her parents encouraged her talent and arranged professional training for her, despite their meager income. Slowly, Kerrigan started getting noticed at the national level. She participated in the ˜US Figure Skating Championships' and stood fifth in 1989 and fourth in 1990. When Kerrigan was aiming for greater heights in her career, she suffered an assault. The assailant was hired by the ex-husband of her competitor Tonya Harding. The incident made her famous worldwide. Kerrigan recovered from her injuries and made a strong comeback by winning a silver medal at the 1994 ˜Winter Olympics.' After the ˜Olympic' win, Kerrigan retired from professional competitions. She focused on touring the world with several ice skating troupes, such as ˜Champions on Ice' and ˜Broadway on Ice.' Kerrigan appeared on several TV shows and acted in a few movies, too. She was part of the dance reality show ˜Dancing with the Stars.' She is a philanthropist. The ˜Nancy Kerrigan Foundation' aims at providing support to visually-impaired people.
American ice dancer who was a 2014 Olympic gold medalist, 2010 Olympic silver medalist, and a multiple-time World and Grand Prix Final champion. She first teamed up with her longtime partner Charlie White in 1997. She won the 18th season of Dancing with the Stars alongside Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
Accomplished figure skater whose accolades include being a 2016 World and European champion, as well as a 2016 Russian national champion. She earned the world record score for the ladies' free program at the 2016 World Championships. She won silver at the 2018 Olympics for both the team and singles event.
South Korean ice skater who won gold at the Vancouver Olympics in 2010. She also won a silver medal at the 2014 Olympics and has won gold, silver, and bronze at the World Championships.
American figure skater who won a bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics. She also won a silver medal at the 2016 World Championships.
Ice dancer who made her Olympic debut at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi; she became a bronze medalist at the 2018 Winter Olympics with her brother Alex.