Timothy LeDuc: Husband, Wife, Partner, Married, Parents

Timothy LeDuc is an American pair skater. With their skating partner, Ashley Cain-Gribble, they are a two-time U.S. national champion, the 2018 Four Continents silver medalist, and a three-time Grand Prix Series medallist.

Timothy LeDuc: Husband, Wife, Partner, Married, Parents

Husband:

Timothy LeDuc (born May 4, 1990) is an American pair skater.
Timothy LeDuc
Born May 4, 1990 Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Home town Dallas, Texas
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Partner Ashley Cain-Gribble

Cain-Gribble and Leduc’s bonding is reportedly so strong that many times fans wonder if they’re dating.

However, the truth is that no, they are not romantically involved and Cain-Gribble is married while there is no detail available on Leduc’s love life.

Wife:

Cain-Gribble reportedly tied the knot with Dalton Gribble in June 2019 after dating him for many years.

The two got engaged in March 2018 and the former shared about it on her Twitter page.

About their relationship and the secret of their success, Leduc told CNN, “Dad jokes and puns, mostly. And a lot of hard work … we can work super hard and push ourselves beyond what we knew was possible.”

Partner:

Timothy LeDuc: Husband, Wife, Partner, Married, Parents

Cain-Gribble and Leduc’s bonding is reportedly so strong that many times fans wonder if they’re dating.

However, the truth is that no, they are not romantically involved and Cain-Gribble is married while there is no detail available on Leduc’s love life.

Timothy LeDuc

BornMay 4, 1990 Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Home

town Dallas, Texas

Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

Partner Ashley Cain-Gribble

Married:

Cain-Gribble reportedly tied the knot with Dalton Gribble in June 2019 after dating him for many years.

The two got engaged in March 2018 and the former shared about it on her Twitter page.

About their relationship and the secret of their success, Leduc told CNN, “Dad jokes and puns, mostly. And a lot of hard work … we can work super hard and push ourselves beyond what we knew was possible.”

Parents:

LeDuc took time to get comfortable with their identity, telling their parents, Mike and Becky, that they were gay at the age of 18.

“I want to be able to look back on my sports career and not have any regrets,” LeDuc told the Register. “And I knew that I would really regret not being able to just be the person that I am at home with my family, with my friends, with my boyfriend.”

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