Tara Lipinski Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth, 1998, Olympics, Skater, Movies and TV Shows

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Tara Lipinski Biography and Wiki

Tara Lipinski is an American previous cutthroat professional skater, entertainer, sports observer, and narrative filmmaker. She is the 1998 Olympic champion, the 1997 World champion, the two-time champion of the Champions Series Final, and the 1997 U.S. national champion. She competed in women’s singles.

Tara Lipinski Age and Birthday

Tara is 40 years old as of 2022. She was born Tara Kristen Lipinski on 10 June 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 10 June every year.

Tara Lipinski Nationality and Ethnicity

Tara is of American nationality. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She is of mixed race. READ ALSO: Michael Zegen 

Tara Lipinski Family

Tara was born to oil executive Jack Lipinski and “Pat” Lipinski. She was born and raised in Sewell, New Jersey. In the early 1990s, the Lipinski family relocated from Texas to Delaware, where they trained with coach Jeff DiGregorio, who had previously worked with Lipinski intermittently for three years. In 1995, Lipinski and her mom moved to Michigan to prepare with mentor Richard Callaghan at the Detroit Skating Club.

Tara Lipinski Husband

Is Tara Lipinski still married? In June 2017, Lipinski tied the knot with sports producer Todd Kapostasy. They met at the Sports Emmy Awards in 2015, where she gave him his award. They dated the accompanying two years. Scott Hamilton was a guest and Johnny Weir was the groomsman.

Tara Lipinski Height

How tall is Tara Lipinski? Tara has a height of 5 feet 1 inch (1.55 m).

Tara Lipinski Net Worth

Is Tara Lipinski rich? Tara has an estimated net worth of $25 Million.

Tara Lipinski Olympics | Skater

Lipinski grew two inches and turned 15 in between seasons. Sandra Bezic choreographed both her short program and her free skating, for which she selected film scores. At the Trophée Lalique, Lipinski finished second to French skater Laetitia Hubert, who hadn’t won a major competition since 1992. After achieving her season’s best with a well-executed triple Lutz, Lipinski finished second at the 1998 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.

In her short program, which she called “the lowest point” of her career, Lipinski failed on a triple flip attempt. Because of a bad Lutz jump, the judges gave her a lower score than in the previous season, as low as 5.3. She claimed that she had performed her jumps, in the same manner, the year before, when she won both the Worlds and the Nationals, and she disagreed with the judges’ evaluations of her jumps. Lipinski did her famous triple loop-triple loop and difficult triple toe loop-half loop-Triple Salchow combination in her free skating program.

U.S. Figure Skating picked Kwan, Lipinski, and Nicole Bobek, who came in the third spot at Nationals, to ship off the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. With seven triple jumps in total and a triple loop-triple jump combination, Lipinski’s free skating program was the most technically challenging Olympic program to date. Lipinski was granted 5.8s and 5.9s for her specialized and show stamps, and acquired six out of them. Because the free skate was more heavily weighted than the short program, she received nine first-place marks from the judges and won the gold medal. Kwan came in second, and the surprise bronze medal winner was Chinese skater Lu Chen. Lipinski became the sixth woman from the United States to win a gold medal in the Olympics in figure skating.

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Tara Lipinski 1998

Lipinski completed a triple Salchow jump, a triple toe loop, and a triple flip in her free skating program in 1998, making her the youngest skater to ever win the World Professional Figure Skating Championships. She signed an exclusive contract with CBS after the Olympics to perform in non-sanctioned skating competitions and do some acting. Lipinski had a hip medical procedure in 2000 at 18 years old, which she trusted saved her profession. She had the option to get back to visiting however needed to pull out from the 2000 World Expert Titles. In 2002, Lipinski visited 61 U.S. urban communities with Stars on Ice, then, at that point, resigned from skating.

Tara Lipinski Movies and TV Shows

  • Early Edition 
  • Touched by an Angel 
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 
  • The Young and the Restless 
  • Ice Angel 
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark? 
  • Vanilla Sky 
  • Arliss
  • 7th Heaven 
  • The Metro Chase 
  • Still Standing
  • What’s New Scooby-Doo?
  • Malcolm in the Middle 
  • Superstore 
  • Kidding 
  • Family Guy 
  • Amphibia 
  • Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?