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Galen Rupp is Married, know about his Relationship with Wife Keara Rupp: The Couple is the Parents to Twins
Updated On 12 Sep, 2017 Published On 12 Sep, 2017
American long-distance runner Galen Rupp is a married man. He tied a knot to Keara Rupp in 2010. They are now parents to two twin kids.
An American long-distance runner Galen Rupp who managed to win a bronze medal at the Men's 10,000m at the Rio Olympics is married to the former long-distance runner Keara Rupp.
The couple is together for many years and is also the parents to twins. To know more about Galen his wife, children, and career stay with us!!!!!!
Galen Rupp: His married life with wife Keara Rupp
Galen, who holds several American records married his longtime girlfriend Keara in the year 2010 at the private ceremony. The couple met for the first time at the University of Oregon and then the rest is history.
There is a famous saying that "behind every successful man there is a woman', and Galen completely agrees with this statement as he considers his wife as the reason behind him being successful.
Galen and Keara; a romantic couple, Source: Heavy
Rupp in an interview in 2012 said that his life isn't an easy one. But his partner is "beyond supportive and flexible". He said,
"Getting married is the best thing that’s ever happened to me; I’m lucky she said yes… The lifestyle we live isn’t easy; we travel a lot and there’s a lot of last-minute changes to things. She’s beyond supportive and flexible. I couldn’t be more thankful."
Galen with his twin babies, Source: Run Blog Run
Rupp and Keara became parents to twins, a boy, and a girl, in July 2014. His coach, Alberto Salazar shared pictures of the babies named Grayson and Emmie.
As per a report by Runner's World, Rupp, and Keara were expecting their third child in the month of October previous year but there are still no updates on the very topic.
Galen Rupp: His Career and Net Worth
Galen made his global senior debut at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics with 11th position in the 10,000m race. He earned a 13th position on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team in track and field with an American Olympic-record time of 27:36:99.