Ashley Wagner

Facts of Ashley Wagner:
Full Name: Ashley Wagner
Age: 29 years
Nationality: American
Horoscope: Taurus
Husband/Boyfriend/Wife/Girlfriend: single
Net Worth: $4 Million
Height: 5 feet 3 inches (1.60m)
Profession: Figure Skater
Sibling: one brother Austin Wagner
Father: Eric Wagner
Mother: Melissa James

Ashley Elizabeth Wagner is an American figure skater. Ashley Wagner is a three-time US national champion and a 2016 world silver medalist.

What is the Age of Ashley Wagner?

Ashley Wagner was born on May 16, 1991, on a US Army base in Heidelberg, Germany. Growing up with father Lieutenant Colonel Eric Wagner, a former US Army officer, and mother Melissa James, a former school teacher. In 2019, she will be 29 years old.

Ashley has lived in several states, including Delaware, California, Alaska, Kansas, Washington State, and Virginia. Despite moving from place to place, she considers Seabeck, Washington to be her home, even though she currently resides in Southern California. Austin, her younger brother, is also a national-level skater.

Education of Ashley Wagner

Ashley is of German American descent and is of American nationality. Wagner, a three-time US national figure skate champion, began her education at home with her mother for seven months. She speaks in German because she studied it in school.

Later, in 2007/2008, she transferred to Whitman Middle School, followed by West Potomac High School. Her college career began at Northern Virginia Community College’s online Extended Learning Institute, but she later transferred to Saddleback College in California, where she is studying sports journalism.

How much is the Net Worth of Ashley Wagner?

Ashley Wagner won her first international title as Four Continents champion in 2012. In 2016, she won a World Silver Medal. She is a well-known name in Grand Prix events, having won 5 gold medals, 4 silver medals, and 7 bronze medals. Along with being a three-time Grand Prix Final Medalist in 2012, 2013, and 2014. As a member of the US national team, she earned one bronze medal at the Olympics, two gold medals at the World Team Trophy, and one gold medal at the Team Challenge Cup. Furthermore, she is a three-time US national champion in recent years (2012, 2013 and 2015)

Ashley makes the majority of her money by competing in figure skating competitions at the national and international levels. She has won a large amount of prize money from competitions, giving her a net worth of between $1 million and $4 million. Aside from figure skating, she receives sponsorship from sports brands such as Nike and serves as an ambassador for Pandora Jewelry. Her salary is being reconsidered.

Is Ashley Wagner Married? Who is Ashley Wagner Boyfriend?

The 28-year-old figure skater is currently unattached. Her past has also revealed no evidence of any type of relationship or dating history. Ashley previously had romantic relationships with ex-boyfriends John Coughlin and Adam Rippon.

She keeps her personal life out of the spotlight and the media, focusing instead on her goals and career. In an interview, she stated that she had many injuries and that she believes these incidents had harmed her cognitive abilities. In July 2019, she revealed that as a 17-year-old, she was sexually assaulted by John Coughlin. John is a fellow figure skater who committed suicide the previous January after being accused of numerous sex crimes.

How Tall is Ashley Wagner?

Wagner is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 50 kg. He has a well-maintained fit athlete-like body. Her body measurements are 32-23-33, which corresponds to a dress size of 2 US and a shoe size 6. Similarly, her blond hair and Hazel eyes give her an American appearance.

Ashley Wagner’s Career Line

  • Ashley is a figure skater who began skating when she was five years old, choosing between skating and ballet.
  • She demonstrated her enthusiasm and dedication to skating by winning a gold medal in her first competition.
  • Tara Lipinski, a Wagner fan, won a gold medal at the Winter Olympics in 1998 and decided she wanted to compete in the Olympics as well. Dody Teachman was her coach in Portland, Oregon.
  • Later that year, in 2002, she began training with Shirley Huges in Alexandria, Virginia, where Jill Shipstad Thomas choreographed her competitive programs.Wagner makes her official debut in US national skating in the 2002-03 season, when she qualifies for the U.S. Junior Figure Skating Championships.
  • Wagner finished 17th at the Intermediate level, won the silver medal at her regional competition, but finished 10th at her sectional competition and did not qualify for the 2004 National Championships.
  • She then tried again the following season (2004-05), qualifying and finishing seventh at nationals.
  • Wagner earned a pewter medal on the junior level at the 2006 US Nationals, earning her a spot in her international junior debut at the Triglav Trophy in Slovenia.
  • Wagner won two Junior Grand Prix in 2006-07, propelling her to the Junior Grand Prix Final, where she finished second to fellow American Caroline Zhang.
  • She also won bronze at the 2007 National Championship. Wagner announced his retirement from professional competitive skating in August 2019.
  • Wanger made her senior international debut in 2007, and that same year, she won her first senior international medal at the Trophée Éric Bompard in Paris, France.
  • After battling through several national and international championships for about 6 years, Wanger’s crowning achievement came in 2013 when she defeated Hannah Miller to win gold at the US National Championships.
  • Her outstanding performance the following year earned her a spot on the US team for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where she won a bronze medal for the team but no individual awards.
  • Wagner became the first American woman to qualify for three consecutive Grand Prix Finals after reaching the 2014-15 Grand Prix Finals.
  • She was also chosen to compete in the Winter Olympics and World Figure Skating Championships in 2018 after finishing fourth in the nationals.
  • Wagner announced in January 2019 that she is taking a break from figure skating and has relocated to Boston, but she has not officially announced her retirement.
  • She was named color commentator for the 2020 European Figure Skating Championships in Graz, Austria, which will be broadcast on NBC on February 1, 2020.
  • The game was previously recorded on January 25, 2020, with Chris Vosters providing play-by-play commentary.
  • Nike sponsored her in November of 2012.
  • She was one of Pandora Jewelry’s style ambassadors in December. Similarly, she was named the face of CoverGirl in October 2013.