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Madison Chock

2018 Winter Olympic Games - Season 2018
Figure Skating USA

Madison Chock

Madison Chock
  • Birth date 7/02/1992
  • Birthplace Torrance, CA
  • Hometown Redondo Beach, CA
  • Residence Novi, MI
  • Height/Weight 5'1"/ 108 lbs
  • Olympics 2014

Biography

After teaming up for the 2011-12 season, Madison Chock and her partner Evan Bates rose through the ranks to solidify their place as the No. 2 ice dance team in the U.S., behind eventual Olympic champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White. Together, Chock and Bates finished eighth at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.

Chock and Bates took over the mantle and won their first national title in 2015, and went on to win silver medals at both the Four Continents Championships and world championships. The following year, they won silver at the U.S. Championships and matched their silver medal performance at the Four Continents Championships. At the 2016 World Championships, they won bronze medals.

In the pre-Olympic season, Chock and Bates collected more hardware. They won four silver medals across their two Challenger Series and Grand Prix assignments, and followed that up with a sixth place finish at the exclusive Grand Prix Final. The duo won a silver medal at the 2017 Nationals and bronze at Four Continents – held at the PyeongChang Olympic venue. At the world championships, they finished in seventh place.

Chock and Bates earned silver medals at both of their Grand Prix assignments to kick off their Olympic season. They qualified for the Grand Prix Final and finished fifth. Then, at nationals in January, they won the free dance phase but earned bronze medals overall. They were named to the 2018 Olympic team.
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Getting to know Madison Chock

1

Won a world junior title with her former partner, Greg Zuerlein, in 2009

2

Full name is Madison La’akea (“sacred light from heaven”) Te-Lan (“special or unique orchid”) Hall Chock

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Inspired to start skating after watching Michelle Kwan on television

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