Madison Hubbell is a well-known American figure skater. Madison won four US National bronze medals with her skating partner Zachary Donohue, as well as the 2014 Four Continents title and the Nebelhorn Trophy twice. She was also a Champion with her previous partner, Keiffer Hubbell, who was also her brother.
Early Life and Education
Madison Hubbell was born in Lansing, Michigan town of Okemos, on February 24, 1991. Susan, a seamstress, and Brad Hubbell, a lawyer, are her parents, and she has two older brothers, Keiffer and Zachary. In the fall of 2009, she graduated from Laurel Springs High School and enrolled at Owens Community College.
Currently, she lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Madison Hubbell Height
Madison Hubbell’s height is 5 feet 7 inches. Madison Hubbell wears a shoe size 4 and a dress size 8 in the United States (US). Madison Hubbell’s eyes are black, and her hair is brown.
Madison Hubbell began skating when she was five years old. She began ice dancing at the age of eight, skating for a year with her first partner, Nicholas Donahue. competed for the Lansing Skating Club.
Madison Hubbell and Keiffer Hubbell
She competed in ice dance with her brother, Keiffer Hubbell, from 2001 to 2011. They are 2010 Four Continents bronze medalists, 2006 JGP Final champions, and two-time U.S. national pewter medalists (2009, 2011).
The Hubbells made their senior national debut at the 2009 US Championships. After placing second in the compulsory dance, third in the original dance, and fourth in the free skate, the Hubbells finished fourth overall in the 2009 World Junior Championships.
While competing at the juvenile level, the Hubbells finished 7th in the 2002 U.S. Junior Championships and won gold in the 2003 U.S. Junior Championships.
She made her junior debut in the ISU Junior Grand Prix in Courchevel, France.
Both nationally and internationally, the Hubbells advanced to the junior level. The Hubbells placed second in the compulsory and original dances before winning the free dance at the ISU Junior Grand Prix in Courchevel, France. They came in second place, 0.78 points behind Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev. After that, the Hubbells were assigned to their second event, which took place in The Hague, Netherlands. They finished third in the compulsory dance segment before winning both the original and free dances to win the gold medal by 1.84 points over silver medalists Grethe Grünberg / Kristian Rand. These two finishes qualified them for the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final in 2006–2007, where the Hubbells were the defending champions.
These two finishes qualified them for the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final in 2006–2007, where the Hubbells were the third-best qualifiers. They were also given a bye to the US Championships after qualifying for the event.
Due to an injury to Keiffer, the Hubbells withdrew from their 2007–08 ISU Junior Grand Prix events and missed the fall season. They competed again at the Midwestern Sectional Championships, winning all three segments to qualify for the 2008 U.S. Championships. The Hubbells won the compulsory dance, placed third in the original dance, and then won the free dance to win the gold medal overall at the national championships. The Hubbells finished fifth in all three competition segments and fifth overall at the 2008 World Junior Championships.
The Hubbells both fell in the Silver Samba compulsory dance at the 2007 Junior Worlds, placing twelfth in that segment of the competition. They came in fifth place in the original dance and fourth place in the free dance, putting them in sixth place overall.
The Hubbells finished second in both compulsory dances at the 2007 US Championships, trailing Samuelson/Bates. They won the original dance and were in first place overall going into the free dance, where they finished second. Overall, they took second place, 0.17 points behind champions Samuelson / Bates and 24.56 points ahead of bronze medalists and training partners Lynn Kriengkrairut / Logan Giulietti-Schmitt. The top three junior dance teams qualified for the 2007 Junior Worlds, and Yaroslava Nechaeva and Yuri Chesnichenko coached all three junior teams.
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue
On May 12, 2011, US Figure Skating announced Madison Hubbell’s new partnership with Zachary Donohue. They chose Pasquale Camerlengo, Anjelika Krylova, and Natalia Annenko-Deller as their instructors at the Detroit Skating Club.
Hubbell/Donohue made their international debut in 2011 at the Nebelhorn Trophy, where they won gold. After winning bronze at the 2012 U.S. Championships, they were invited to compete in two ISU Championships, finishing fifth at the 2012 Four Continents in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and tenth at the 2012 World Championships in Nice, France.
Hubbell/Donohue won bronze at the Finlandia Trophy in 2012 and then competed in two Grand Prix events. They finished fifth at the 2012 Skate Canada International and fourth at the 2012 Trophée Éric Bompard (second in the free dance). After finishing fourth at the 2013 U.S. Championships, they were not selected for any ISU Championships.
Hubbell/Donohue won gold at the Nebelhorn Trophy in 2013, fourth at Skate America in 2013, and bronze at the 2013 Skate Canada International, their first Grand Prix medal. After finishing fourth at the 2014 U.S. Championships, they were assigned to the 2014 Four Continents Championships, where they won gold ahead of Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier. Hubbell and Donohue were first alternated for the 2014 World Championships, but they declined the spot that became available when Davis and White withdrew; Hubbell had surgery in March 2014 for a torn labrum in her left hip.
Hubbell and Donohue have announced that they will retire after the 2021–22 season. As their first assignment, they won the 2021 U.S. Classic, which was not part of the Challenger series this season. They said they wanted to finish their career at the U.S. Championships with an outstanding performance.
Madison Hubbell is 32 years old. She was born on February 24, 1991.
Madison Hubbell is worth $1,300,000. She made her money majorly as an ice dancer.
Who is Madison Hubbell dating? When is Madison Hubbell wedding?
Madison Hubbell is in a relationship with Adrian Diaz, a Spanish ice dancer. They began dating in 2014 and announced in 2018 that they were engaged and living happily with him. We are eagerly waiting for her to announce their wedding date.
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue, on the other hand, were a couple, and she dated him for a couple of years before they broke up. Their profession is thought to be the cause of their breakup. We believe it had an impact on their performance. But, even after their breakup, they are still strong on the field, as their performance has not changed despite being in a short-lived relationship. It demonstrates their professionalism in their jobs because they were able to put their differences aside and not let their relationship affect their games.