Ashley Wagner’s Bio
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The Ice Skater was born on the 16th of May in the year 1991 which implies that she is aged 27. Wagner was born to a father who is a U.S. Army named Lieutenant Colonel Eric Wagner, and a mother who was a teacher named Melissa James. Wagner is the only daughter of her parents born in a U.S. Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany. She has a younger brother who is named Austin and who is also a skater just like her. Wagner had an unstable childhood as the family was always relocating due to the requirement of her father’s job. Wagner basically grew on military camps in 6 different states and two countries. Her childhood was spent in various locations including Northern Virginia, California, Kansas, Alaska, and Washington State.
At the early stage of her educational life, she was tutored by her mother. Afterward, she went to West Potomac High School, Northern Virginia Community College, and Saddleback College, California. Wagner is a student of sports journalism and can communicate in German and English.
The talented figure skater started to skate at the tender age of 5 displaying her unique talent. She amazingly got herself a gold medal on her very first skating presentation. With the support and encouragement of her family members, Wagner kept her dreams high on her skating career. The breakthrough finally came in 2002 following her family’s relocation to Alexandria, Virginia. Her career began with her qualification for the U.S. Junior Figure Skating Championships, a silver medal at the region, and the national championships of the 2003/2003 season. In 2004/2005, Wagner made her first appearance in the U.S. Championships. For the 2005/2006 season, Wagner made her international debut in the junior category where she was awarded two ISU Junior Grand Prix competitions to qualify her for the Grand Prix Final.
In 2012 and 2016, she was tagged the Skate America. Wagner is a champion honored with a Trophee Eric Bompard medal (2013), and Skate Canada (2015). Wagner has also added to her credit, U.S. National Championships in 2012, 2013, and 2015. Wagner also won World Silver Medal in 2016, a bronze medal in the Olympic games of 2014. She is also the Four Continents Champion in 2012. Wagner’s career has not been entirely sweet and rosy; she has had her share of challenges and controversy. Following criticisms and accusations in 2014, Wagner won the U.S. Championships in 2015 and stifled tears to describe her victory as a compensation of the past year’s challenges.
The beautiful athlete has a height of 5 feet 3 inches (1.60m). Wagner’s height coupled with her brown hair and broad smile give her a lovely and amazing appearance.
Who is Wagner’s Husband?
As far as we know, the athlete nicknamed Almost Girl is not married and does not have a husband. Wagner resides presently in Southern California and is very much single.
16 Jan, 2019