Todd Kapostasy was born in Ohio on July 7, 1948. In 2002, he graduated from Perry High School and then attended Brown University, where he majored in political science and history.

However, after graduating, he became a director and sports producer for both ESPN and Fox.

According to his biography, some of his work includes Rodman: For Better or Worse, Gifts of My Kin, and The Pine Tar Incident.

Kapostasy actually met Lipinski when she presented him with an award at the Sports Emmys.

In 1998, the world came to know her when Tara Lipinski won a gold medal in women’s figure skating at the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.

She was only fifteen years old at the time when she became the youngest athlete to win Olympic gold in her sport.

Tara Lipinski was also the first woman to complete a triple loop triple loop combination, which was her signature jump.

She retired from skating in 2022 and now works as a commentator for NBC.

When did Kapostasy and Lipinski get married?

Kapostasy and Lipinski were married on June 24, 2017 at Middleton Place in Charleston, South Carolina.

Lipinski wore a Reem Acra dress designed by Laura Basic and had a 20-foot train.

Fellow ice skater and broadcasting partner Johnny Weir was part of the bridal party and offered a toast to the couple at the reception.

The day after her wedding, Lipinski posted on Instagram gushing about her marriage.

She and her husband spent their honeymoon in the Maldives after getting married.

Lipinski said Kapostasy “gets emotional” when she revisits her skate for gold

Before the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics kicked off, Lipinski was a guest on Access Daily and spoke with hosts Kit Hoover and Mario Lopes about the docu-series “Interference”, which she produced with her husband.

The show covers the Olympic skating scandal that took place in 2002 when Canadian figure skating pair David Pelletier and Jamie Sale lost the gold to Russian pair Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze.

Tara Lipinski also revealed that she still skates.

She said, “I do it enough to keep up. I am certainly not on the ice every day… [but] I usually don’t go more than a month or two to make sure I still have it.

It is also revealed that Tara Lipinski’s husband got emotional after rewatching her performance for the gold at the 1998 Winter Games, and it gave her chills. She added, “I’m lucky to have him.”