Gracie Gold

Gracie Gold made her mark on the senior skating scene back in 2013 when she made her senior debut at the U.S. Championships. There, she rallied from a ninth-place finish in the short program to win the silver medal. The victory earned her a spot on the 2013 World Team and put her into the mix as one of the top U.S. contenders for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.

She went on to win a pressure-packed 2014 U.S. Championships in Boston, right near her birthplace of Newton, Massachusetts. Gracie set three personal-best scores (short, free skate and overall) at the 2014 U.S. Championships, and secured her place on the 2014 Olympic Team by winning her first national title.

At the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, Gracie along with other members of Team USA won the Olympic Bronze medal in the first-ever Team event. In the individual ladies competition, Gracie placed fourth, an impressive Olympic debut.

In 2016, Gracie claimed her second U.S. Championship in commanding fashion. A fierce competitor and one of the top jumpers in the world, Gracie skated to Stravinsky’s “Firebird,” and took control of the ice and the audience to win one of the most coveted prizes in skating for the second time — the U.S. gold medal. Gracie is the first and only American woman to win an NHK Trophy title and holds the record for the highest short program score ever recorded by an American woman, scored in the 2016 World Championships.

After sitting out the 2017-18 figure skating season to seek treatment for her mental health, Gracie announced her intention to return to competitive skating, and has since competed in three U.S. Championships. She now lives in Wilmington, Delaware and trains in Aston, Pennsylvania.

Represented by: Sarah Passick, Mia Vitale