Timothy LeDuc is a pair skater from the United States. They are two-time U.S. national champions (2019, 2022) and 2018 Four Continents silver medalists with their skating partner, Ashley Cain-Gribble.
They are also three-time Grand Prix Series medallists. The first openly gay skater to win the pairs title at the US Championships, and the first openly nonbinary athlete to qualify for the Winter Olympics.
Timothy LeDuc Height & Weight
How tall is Timothy LeDuc? He is 6 feet 1 inches tall but her weight is around 67 Kg. Her chest-waist-hip measurements are 39-42-40 inches.
Timothy LeDuc Sexuality
Beijing 2022 could be a competition of firsts for figure skater Timothy LeDuc. The American is set to become the first openly non-binary athlete at their maiden Winter Olympics.
“My hope is that the narrative shifts more to queer people can be open and successful in sports. We’ve always been here, we’ve always been a part of sports. We just haven’t always been able to be open,” LeDuc said in January, according to NBC Sports.
LeDuc is scheduled to compete in the pair skating event with partner Ashley Cain-Gribble and the team event at this year’s Olympics.
Timothy LeDuc Winter Olympics In 2022
Cain-Gribble/LeDuc were assigned to begin the season at the 2020 Skate America. The duo’s preparations for the Olympic season were hampered by Cain-Gribble contracting COVID-19 in late summer.
On the Grand Prix at 2021 Skate Canada International, Cain-Gribble/LeDuc were sixth in the short program, but a second-place free skate took them to the bronze medal.
Timothy LeDuc Personal Life
Timothy LeDuc was born May 4, 1990, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Christians tried to convert him and his friends into straight people when they came out as gay at the age of 18. After LeDuc’s family began to accept their sexuality, he said: “My parents now walk with me at Trans Pride marches and pride parades.”
After seeing the 2002 Olympics, LeDuc became interested in figure skating and began taking Figure Skating lessons through the Learn to Skate program. LeDuc is the first openly gay skater to win the U.S. Championships Pairs title. Non-binary LeDuc began using they/them pronouns in 2021.