Tara Lipinski an American figure skater, actress, and sports reporter. She is the 1998 Olympic champion, the 1997 world champion, a two time Champions Series Final champion (1997–1998) and the 1997 U.S. national champion. She was, until 2019, the youngest skater to win a U.S. Nationals. She was also the youngest skater to win a World Figure Skating title and the youngest to win an Olympic gold medal. She is the first woman to complete a triple loop-triple loop combination, her signature jump, in competition.
Lipinski retired from competitive figure skating in 1998. She won every competition she entered during her professional career and was the youngest skater to win the World Professional Figure Skating Championships. She performed in over 300 live shows before retiring from figure skating in 2002
As of February 2022, Lipinski has a massive net worth of $6 Million. She currently works for several charity organizations and acts as a commentator for Universal Sports.
Lipinski has delivered her A-game to the mic as a sports commentator for NBC, NBC Sports, and Universal Sports – and these jobs are recognized for paying well, with yearly salaries ranging from $18,824 and $75,754.
She is a brand ambassador for a number of well-known businesses, including DKNY Minute Maid, Target, Kellogg’s Chevrolet, Kodak, and Hallmark.
Tara Lipinski was born on the 10th of June 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. As of February 2022, Tara is 39 years old.
The only child of Patricia, and oil executive and lawyer Jack Lipinski. She spent her earliest years in Sewell, New Jersey. All four of her grandparents were born in Poland.
Tara started ice skating in the Philadelphia area in 1988. Her first significant competition was the Eastern Regional Roller Skating Championships in 1990, where she placed second. She rose to national recognition after winning the 1994 United States Olympic Festival competition.
At the age of 15, she earned Olympic gold in Nagano in 1998, surpassing the previous for the youngest gold medallist in the Winter Olympics.
Tara won the World Championship in 1997 and the Olympic champion in 1998. She has won the 1997 and 1998 Champions Series Finals, as well as the 1997 US National Championship.
Tara has featured in series such as “Still Standing,” “Touched by an Angel,” “Veronica’s Closet,” “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” and others, boosting her net worth. She’s also collaborated for “Coca-Cola,” “McDonald’s,” “Kodak,” “Chevrolet,” “Office Depot,” and a number of other companies. “Totally Tara” was the title of her autobiography, and “Triumph on Ice” was the title of her second series.
She was awarded as the “Female Athlete of the Year” in 1997. She earned the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Award for Best Female Athlete. Tara was recognized in the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 2006.
Talking about social media Tara is mostly active on her Instagram profile. She posts her gorgeous pictures on the profile. She has a massive fan base of 542K Followers on the platform. You can follow her with her username @taralipinski.
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