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The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time and ‘John Coughlin’ is one of those who always tries his best to get succeed. He was an American professional pair skater the 2012 U.S. national champion with Caydee Denney and the 2012 Four Continents silver medalists.
He became the 2011 U.S. champion with his previous partner Caitlin Yankowskas. He shocked his fans when he was found dead at his father’s home on January 18, 2019. Later, it was confirmed the cause of his death a suicide and he attempted suicide a day after his suspension from figure skating.
Height / Weight / Age
John was born on 1 December 1985. He seems to be tall with a height of 191 cm in centimeters and 6’3” in feet and inches. He is a well-built man with body measurements of 42 inches chest, 34 inches waist, and 14 inches biceps.
He seems very fit and healthy and weighs 61 kg in kilograms and 134 lbs in pounds approximately. His light brown eye color and his light brown hair make his personality even more elegant. He will turn 33 years old at the time of death.
As a successful American figure skater, his net worth was estimated as $7.8 Million.
Education / Family
John was born and raised up in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S and belongs to white Caucasian ethnicity. He is born to his father Mike Coughlin and his mother Stacy Coughlin. His mother died of chronic illness in February 2010.
He also has a lovely and caring sister Angela Laune. As for his education, he didn’t reveal any information with regards to his education and educational qualifications.
|Birth Place||Kansas City, Missouri, U.S|
|Date Of Birth||1 December 1985|
|Age||33 years old (at the time of his death)|
|Height||In centimeters – 191 cm
In feet inches – 6’3”
|Weight||In Kilograms – 61 kg
In Pounds – 134 lbs
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Home Town||Kansas City, Missouri, U.S|
|Debut||Figure Skating – 2011|
|Fathers Name||Mike Coughlin
|Mothers Name||Stacy Coughlin|
Career / Fashion And Style
As of his career, he won the Four Continents silver medals in 2012 and also two U.S national championships in the year 2011 and 2012 simultaneously. He commenced skating at the age of 6 and partnered with Kelsey Parker, Krista Smith, and Lucy Galleher in his early career.
In 2006, he partnered with Bridget Namiotka and became the Junior national silver medalist. He won the sixth position at the 2008 U.S. Championships with Caitlin Yankowskas in 2008. At the 2008 Skate America, they even made their Grand Prix debut.
His career breakthrough came after his partnership with Caydee Denney and both were trained under coach, Sappenfield at the Broadmoor Skating Club. In 2011, they made their competitive debut at the Liberty Summer competition where they emerged as a winner.
They bagged the opportunity to perform at the 2012 Four Continents after winning the 2012 US Championships. They won the silver medal at the 2012 Four Continents. In 2012 words, they finished in eighth place.
At the 2012 Nebelhorn Trophy, they won a silver medal and at the 2012 Skate America and the 2012 Rostelecom Cup, they won the bronze medals. In December 2012, he stayed out of ice for about nine weeks after he underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left hip.
At the 2013 U.S. Classic and 2013 Trophee Eric Bompard, they won a silver medal and bronze medal respectively. At the 2014 U.S. Championships, they won the bronze medal but did not find a place in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Thereafter, John faced a temporary suspension for unknown allegations and was prohibited to perform figure skating beginning January 17.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife, and More
As for his personal life, there is no information about his dating and girlfriend’s facts at the internet sources.
Here we are providing you a list of her favorite things.
|Favorite Actors||Liam Hemsworth|
|Favorite Actress||Not Known|
|Favorite Musical Instrument||Not Known|
|Favorite Singer(s)||Not Known|
|Favorite Sport||Figure Skating|
|Favorite Destinations||New York City|
Some Interesting Facts About John Coughlin
- In 2012, he won Four Continents silver medals.
- He was trained under the coaches Dalilah Sappenfield, and Larry Ibarra.
- He faced a controversy when World silver medalist Ashley Wagner said he was sexually assaulted by John at a US national team training camp in 2008.
- He is very fond of skating and traveling.
- He commits suicide a day after his suspension from figure skating.
- He was found dead at his father’s home in Kansas City.
- In December 2012, he stayed out of ice for about nine weeks after he underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left hip.
- He developed a passion for skating since he was six.