28-year-old Adam Rippon, born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, is a figure skater. The gay athlete is the 2010 Four Continents and 2016 U.S. champion. At present, he is representing the United States at the 2018 Winter Olympics being held at Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The handsome Olympian publically talked about his sexuality on October 2, 2015. He is currently single. In addition, there are no records of him being in any relationship in the past.
To find out more about Adam Rippon's dating history and romantic links, continue to read below.
Relationships of Adam Rippon
The charismatic skater has stolen the hearts of millions with his incredible moves on the ice, his looks, and perfect eyebrows. People even fall for him by just hearing him speak. USA Today had described him as an "incorrigible flirt".
As mentioned earlier, Adam is possibly single. Rippon is very focused on his career and is busy training for Olympics. Well, the gay skater hasn't been able to find his perfect match.
Adam Rippon along with another freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy is the first pair of openly gay male athletes who are representing the United States in Winter Olympics. On the Opening ceremony for the 2018 Winter Olympics, the pair was photographed sharing a kiss. But that does not mean Adam and Gus are in a relationship.
I am so excited to be going to my first Olympics in a few weeks. Being the first out????? male selected to represent the ???? at a Winter Olympic Games is awesome. https://t.co/HpSHUr4uvP
— Adam Rippon (@Adaripp) January 10, 2018
Adam and his best friend Ashley
source: Christian Today
Adam may not be anyone's boyfriend, but his best friend Ashley Wagner considers him as her soulmate. Ashley once said,
“Adam Rippon is not only my training mate, but my soulmate. We have been best friends since we met years ago and he is my absolute rock in this sport and life.
Career of Adam Rippon
Adam was born with severe hearing loss and had to undergo several surgeries. Just before his first birthday, Adam was all cured and was able to hear perfectly.
Starting off skating at the age of 10, Rippon won the silver medal at the Novice level at the age of 16 in the 2005 U.S. Championships. He was qualified in the 2007-08 ISU Junoir Grand Prix Final and won the gold medal. Later, he entered the 2008 U.S. Championship at the junior level and won the title.
After the successive gold wins, Adam wanted to be the part of 2010 Olympic team but didn't make the cut, instead, he was selected for the Four Continents Championships in which he grabbed yet another gold medal.