Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Polina Edmunds Net Worth 2018

An American figure skater, Polina Edmunds represented the U.S. at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. At just nineteen years old, she has competed in numerous events over the past several years including the US Championships, where she took home the silver medal twice.

Due to injury, however, she was forced to withdraw from several events during the 2016-17 season. After a prolonged rehabilitation process, the teen announced her return to the ice in the spring of 2017. Today, she trains under David Glynn and Nina Edmunds at the Peninsula Skating Club.

With all that said, how successful is the athlete, financially? How lucrative is figure skating in the U.S.? How well off is the 19-year-old skater? Unfortunately, as much as we’d like to satisfy our curiosity, information on Polina Edmunds’ net worth is currently unavailable. Since we’re here talking about the skater, however, let’s take a more in-depth look at some of her career highlights so far.

Polina Edmunds’s Net Worth 2018 – N/A

How did Polina Edmunds Make Her Money & Wealth?

The daughter of a figure skating coach, Polina Edmunds was born on May 18, 1998, in Santa Clara, California. Unsurprisingly, she first took to the ice at just twenty months old. By the time she was four, she participated in skating and ballet lessons. Growing up, her biggest role models were Michelle Kwan, Sasha Cohen, and Caroline Kostner. Sharks Ice Rink is where she trains currently.

Many hours spent at the rink, Edmunds eventually reached the junior level by her early teens. In 2011, she participated in the US Championships for the first time, where she placed seventh. Two seasons later, she would win the title at the same competition in 2013.

For the 2013-14 season, she started to receive coaching from Frank Carroll in addition to David Glynn, and her mother. From there, she made her debut in the ISU Junior Grand Prix, where she won the gold medal. Continuing her streak, she later received another gold at the Junior Grand Prix held in Belarus.

Fast forward to 2014, and her skills had landed her a coveted spot at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Though she didn’t manage to finish on the podium, she did place seventh in the SP. Just a month later, she finished eighth at the 2014 World Championships in Japan.

Since then, Edmunds has continued to take part in numerous events such as the 2015 US Championships, Four Continents, International Classic, and NHK Trophy. More recently, she also competed at the 2015 Rostelecom Cup and Skate Canada International.

Due to an injury to her right foot, however, she was eventually forced to withdraw from the 2016 World Championships. Though she resumed skating after a break, the problem soon resurfaced a few months later. It wasn’t until March 2017, that she announced that she would be returning to the ice. Hopefully, after a period of easing back onto the ice, she will return to competition in the near future.

Polina Edmunds’ Personal Life and FAQ

Is Polina Edmunds Married?

No, she is not married. As far as we know, Polina Edmunds is currently single.

Does Polina Edmunds Have Any Children?

No, Polina Edmunds does not have any children.

Did Polina Edmunds Go to College?

Since 2016, she has been attending Santa Clara University, where she studies communication.

What is Polina Edmunds Famous For?

A talented figure skater, Polina Edmunds is best known for being the champion at the 2015 Four Continents competition. In 2014, she also represented the U.S. at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Where Does Polina Edmunds Live now? Photos of Polina Edmunds’s House 

She currently resides in San Jose, California, where she does most of her training. Photos of her home is unavailable

What Kind of Vehicle Does Polina Edmunds Drive?

Information on Polina Edmunds’ vehicle is unavailable at this time.

How Much Money Did Polina Edmunds Make Last Year?

Information on Polina Edmunds’ annual earnings for 2017 is not available

Recent Events

As mentioned earlier, the skater had injured her right foot (more specifically, the navicular bone) in early 2016. Because of this, she took a prolonged break from skating- in fact, it had caused her to withdraw from many competitions including the 2016 NHK Trophy, Rostelecom Cup, and the 2017 US Championships. Ultimately, it wasn’t until March 2017 that she returned to the ice.

Did you know that you can follow the former Olympian on social media? For instance, you can find her on Twitter at @PolinaEdmunds or on Instagram at @PolinaEdmunds. Alternatively, you can also support her on Facebook via her official Facebook fan page here.


Brooke Carter
Brooke Carter
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