The former Ukrainian competitive figure skater, Oksana Baiul, age 41, is the 1993 World Champion and the 1994 Olympic champion in ladies’ single. Besides, Oskana is the first skater to win gold at the Winter Olympics representing Ukraine. Also, she is the first Olympic champion of independent Ukraine in any sport.
Baiul was born Oksana Sergeyevna Baiul on 16 November 1977, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukrainian SSR, USSR. She holds a Ukrainian nationality and belongs to a Russian ethnicity.
She was raised by her mother, Marina Baiul, a French teacher. Her father, Sergei Baiul died in 2006.
The41-year-old, Baiul is a married woman. She tied a knot to a former manager, Carlo Farina. There are no details about their marriage history. In January 2015, she stated that she is wedded to Carlo but hasn’t disclosed her exact marriage date in media or public.
Till date, there is no single sign of extra affairs. Also, the couple is blessed with a child, a daughter. Currently, she lives in Las Vegan with her husband. Previously, she was in a relationship with Gene Sinuk, also they got engaged in the summer of 2004. She broke her engagement in 2005.
The Ukrainian retired competitive figure skater has a net worth of $20 million. He earns a massive sum of an amount from her career. The average salary of a skater is $2000-$45000, so she might have earned at the amount from her career.
Furthermore, Oksana won her first international media, a silver medal at the Helsinki European Championships in 1993. In 1994, she became the silver medalist at the Copenhagen European Championships.
She won the 1993 World championship and the 1994 Olympic championship in ladies’ singles. She became the first skater to win gold at the Winter Olympics representing Ukraine and the first independent Ukraine Olympic champion in any sport.
Currently, she runs her own line of clothing, The Oksana Baiul Collection. Additionally, she has participated in events like Women’s figure skating gold medalist, World Championship in Prague, U.S. Outdoor Skating Challenge and A Promise Kept, a television movie based on Baiul’s life.