Olympic gold medalist Nathan Chen shows off his dance moves on ‘Dance With Myself’

One of the best figure skaters in the world, Nathan Chen has competed in two Olympics and won the gold medal in figure skating at the 2022 Winter Olympics. He became the first skater to land five quadruplets in a free skate program and seven quadruplets in sanctioned competition.. Now, away from his rink, Nathan shows off his dance moves on stage.

ADVERTISING

The article continues below this ad

NBC Olympics tweeted their dance video to Twitter. The caption reads: “Olympic champion @nathanwchen has moves that are certified gold. See him on tonight’s episode of #DancingWithMySelf at 10/9c on @nbc!.

Meanwhile, one of his fan accounts also shared a video. His fans are waiting for his appearance in Dancing with me. Dancing with Myself, which aims to be the new face of dance competitions. He makes his television celebrity debut with a complex concept. The show follows everyday people as they show off their abilities as they try to mimic dance steps in each challenge created by judges and celebrity guests.

ADVERTISING

The article continues below this ad

What techniques does Nathan Chen use?

Nathan Chen’s technical mastery and contributions to the sport have made him famous. He is considered one of the greatest figure skaters of all time. Chen now holds the all-time world records for short programs, free programs, and combined total scores. Moreover, he broke many world records throughout his career.

He is one of those athletes who are praised for pushing boundaries and breaking boundaries in sport.

The toe loop, Salchow, loop, flip and Lutz are five different quadruple jumps that Chen is the first. And the only skater to perform in a competition. At the 2017 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships.

Childhood and Career of Nathan Chens

ADVERTISING

The article continues below this ad

Zhidong Chen and Hetty Wang, two Chinese immigrants from Beijing and Laibin, Guangxi, gave birth to Nathan Chen in Salt Lake City, Utah.

In the fall of 2018, Chen enrolled in Jonathan Edwards College at Yale University majoring in statistics and data science.. After his sophomore year, he took time off to prepare for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. He will return to school in the fall of 2022. His diploma is planned for 2024.

ADVERTISING

The article continues below this ad

On November 22, 2022, HarperCollins will release her autobiography, “One Leap at a Time: My Story.” In February 2023, HarperCollins Children’s Books will publish Chen’s first picture book..

Colleen D. Ervin