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American short track speed skating competitor and an eight-time medalist (two gold, two silver, four bronze) in the Winter Olympics.
Born in 1982 in Seattle, Apolo Anton Ohno started training at age fourteen. He returned to the Olympics in 20, winning a record eight medals for a U. Already an experienced swimmer and in-line skater, Apolo Anton Ohno was inspired to take up speedskating after watching the 1994 Winter Olympics with his father Yuki. national speedskating coach Pat Wentland in Lake Placid, New York.
short-track speed skating championship and in 2002 he scored silver and gold at the Winter Olympics. He also competed and won on the fourth season of Olympic speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno was born on May 22, 1982, in Seattle, Washington.
His last confirmed relationship was with Allison Baver, whom he dated from 2004-2006.
It had been rumored that he had a relationship with Julianne Hough, his partner on "Dancing with the Stars" (although Hough has been falsely rumored to have "relationships" with several of her "Dancing with The Stars partners").
—which pairs famous amateurs with professional ballroom dancers—for its fourth season, battling the likes of former model Paulina Porizkova; country singer-actor Billy Ray Cyrus; and television host Leeza Gibbons.
Ohno and his partner, Julianne Hough, won the competition, beating out former boy band ' N Sync member Joey Fatone in the finals.
In the 1,000-meter event, Ohno was injured when several skaters crashed, but he was able to complete the race to win a silver medal.
A disqualification led to his first gold medal, when a South Korean skater was found to have illegally blocked Ohno from passing him.
Ohno also continued to train during this time, and in December 24, 2007, he won his ninth national title in the 1,000-meter and the 1,500-meter short-track races.
The next year, he placed first in the 500-meter race during the 2008 World Championships in South Korea, and he won his tenth national title in 2009.