Timeline of Gracie Gold
|Date of Birth:||1995 , August-17|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Grace Elizabeth Gold|
|Birth Place/City||Newton, Massachusetts, USA|
|Famous for||Figure skater|
|Married||Never till end of 2013|
|Online Presence||Yes in Wiki, Twitter, Instagram|
Gracie Gold is a 23 years old renown American figure skater. She is best known for being the receiver of the silver medal at the 2012 World Junior and the winner of two major Grand Prix events. Gracie is also the two times U.S. national champion.
Gracie Gold's early life
Grace Gold was born as Grace Elizabeth Gold on the 17th of August, 1995 in Massachusetts, United States. She is the daughter of Carl Gold and Denise Gold. The 23 years old also has a twin sister named Carly Gold.
She is of American nationality and her ethnicity is white. Gracie Gold has attended Glenwood Senior High School situated in Illinois and later switched to the online course of the University of Missouri.
Gracie Gold's career
Gracie Gold started skating at the age of eight. She began her training with Amy Vorhaben and Max Liu. She then worked with Alexia Griffin. Alex Ouriashev was her coach at two rinks in the Chicago area.
She paired with Sean Hickey at the 2007 U.S. Junior Championships and was placed eighth. Gracie Gold made her international debut at the Junior Grand Prix in Tallinn, Estonia, was excellent as she won gold.
She then qualified for the 2012 U.S. Championships on the junior level and won double gold on both the short and long programs. Gracie Gold also participated at the 2012 World Team Trophy, where she finished fifth behind Adelina Sotnikova.
Gracie Gold's personal life
Gracie Gold is not dating anyone and there is no official news about her affairs too. She is never married and focusing on her career. There is no question about her children or divorce.
Gracie Gold net worth
Gracie Gold's net worth is still under review and there is no affirmative information regarding her wealth, But it has been net worth might be in millions.
She earns from her profession of skating and to top that she's has signed contracts with major brands like Nike, Redbull, Visa, United Airlines, Visa and Procter and Gamble.
Gracie Gold body measurements
Gracie Gold stands tall with five feet and five inches (165 cms) and her body weight is said to be 55 kgs (121 lbs).
Gracie Gold facts on timeline
Born in Newton, MassachusettsAugust 17 , 1995
Gracie Gold was born in Newton, Massachusetts, United States to Denise and Carl Gold. Carly Christine Gold is her twin sister and is 40 minutes younger than her and is also a competitive figure skater. She studied up to ninth grade at Glenwood Senior High School in Chatham, Illinois and switched to online education.
Gracie Gold started skating at the age of eight. She began her training with Amy Vorhaben and Max Liu. She then worked with Alexia Griffin. Alex Ouriashev was her coach at two rinks in Chicago area. She is also trained with GSusan Liss and Toni Hickey too.
paired with Sean Hickey at 2007 US Junior Championships2007
Gracie Gold then worked with Alexia Griffin. Alex Ouriashev was her coach at two rinks in Chicago area. She paired with Sean Hickey at the 2007 U.S. Junior Championships and was placed eighth. She then started participating on more events.
Placed forth at 2010 US Championships2010
Gracie Gold competed on the novice level at the 2010 U.S. Championships and was placed forth. She was placed sixth in junior level next season and also she failed to qualify for national level. She then practice more to increase her technical skills.
Qualified for 2012 US Championships2012
Gracie Gold international debut at the Junior Grand Prix in Tallinn, Estonia, was excellent as she won gold. She then qualified for the 2012 U.S. Championships on the junior level and won double gold on both the short and long programs.
Won Bronze Medal at 2014 Winter Olympics2014
2014 Winter Olympics was held at the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi, Russia between 6th to 22nd February of the year 2014. Gracie Gold received a bronze medal in the team event with the score of 205.53 points and placed 4th in the ladies' single skating competition.