Madison Chick is a Hawaiian woman living on the Big Island of Hawaii. Te-Lan Hall Chock is a professional figure skater from the United States. She has two world medals, three silver medals in world championship finals, two four continents titles and three US national titles with her skate partner Evan Bates.
Madison Chock was born in the city of Redondo Beach in the state of California, her date of birth is July 2, 1992. Novi High School was her alma mater. In her father’s family, she appears to be of Chinese-Hawaiian descent, while on her mother’s side she is of European descent. Te-Lan means “special or unusual orchid” and La’akea means “holy light from heaven”. She started skating when she was five years old after watching TV with her parents.
Madison was introduced to ice dancing at age 12 and discovered that she enjoyed it despite having no dance experience. She also tried ice skating a few times and passed the secondary school certificate. She started skating at the age of five and attended Novi High School in Novi, Michigan, where she graduated. Chock only ran at an intermediate level with Kurt Lingenfelter for a season. At the 2006 US Jr. Championships alone, they took home the pewter medal.
Madison Chock’s career
Chock only ran at a moderate level alongside Kurt Lingenfelter for a season. At the 2006 US Junior Championships alone, they took home the tin medal. In June 2006, Chock linked up with Zuerlein. At the 2007 US Championships alone, they placed fifth in the novice class. In 2007 they started collaborating with Igor Shpilband & Marina Zueva. With such a bronze medal at the second event in Chemnitz, Germany, they qualified to win the ISU World Junior Championships in Gdansk, Poland. They finished fifth. At the 2008 championships, they won the junior bronze medal.
They won the junior title at the 2009 US Championships in January. They won the World Junior Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria to round out their season. The pair scored 10.40 points higher than medalists Maia Shibutani/Alex Shibutani. Chock/Zuerlein was promoted to the senior national team. They placed only 6th at Skate America 2009 and 9th at the Tournament of China 2009 in their Grand Prix debut. In January 2010, they placed 5th in the seniors national debut.
They were sent to the 2010 Four Continents Championship in Jeonju, South Korea later that month where they finished with the same result. Despite losing a Twizzle level, Chock & Bates just won the Rhythm Dance at the 2021 US Championships, finishing the race with a 0.44 point lead over Hubbell/Donohue. Bates jumped out of the Twizzles in free dance, resulting in them finishing second in free dance and overall. You have been named to the US team for the 2021 World Championships in Stockholm.
Madison Chock Biography
|Real name||Madison La’akea Te-Lan Hall Chock|
|date of birth||July 2, 1992|
|Age (as of 2022)||29 years|
|place of birth||Redondo Beach, California, USA|
|height||in feet inches – 5′ 2” – in centimeters – 157 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 50kg – in pounds – 110 pounds|
|shoe size||6 (USA)|
|Hair color||dark brown|
|eye color||dark brown|
Madison Chock Family
|school||Novi high school|
|marital status||In relation|
|Who is Madison Chock’s boyfriend?||Eve Bates|
Currently, Madison Chock hasn’t made an official announcement or never mentioned it, but it seems like Chock and Bates have really been dating since 2017 as they’ve been spotted together many times and also practice together. As of now, Madison has 79.5k followers on social media platforms and 774 posts on her Instagram handle @chocolate02. On Twitter, she has garnered over 15.2k followers with her name @chocolate02.
Madison Chock Net Worth
Chock is among the wealthiest figure skaters and is on the Forbes list of most popular athletes. Madison Chock’s net worth is estimated at around $1.5 million according to the wiki page, Forbes start counting on our and or skater. Analysis, Business Insider.
Facts About Madison Chock
- Chock & Zuerlein won the gold medal at the Junior Grand Prix Finals in Goyang, South Korea in December 2008, beating medalists Madison Hubbell/Keiffer Hubbell by 6.47 points.
- Chock and Zuerlein announced their five-year collaboration on June 7, 2011, with Zuerlein withdrawing from the competition and Chock stating that she intended to continue the competition.
- She won the gold medal in her Junior Grand Prix performance in Tallinn, Estonia in September 2007.