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Adam Rippon didn't get a medal, but he's still a victor

Adam Rippon didn't get a medal, but he's still a victor

Field took it a step further by retweeting Greisman's post and tagging Rippon, to which her son hilariously responded, "Yikes".

Rippon will reportedly be appearing across all platforms-TV, online news, and social media-promoting the Olympics and giving some critiques to his fellow competitors.

If there's a medal out there for being a great wing woman, someone give Sally Field the gold.

Sadly, Adam Rippon's Winter Olympics dreams haven't ended in the way that he wanted as in his final event he finished 10th.

He also is one of a few USA athletes who said they will not go to the White House for a post-Olympic celebration hosted by President Trump.

The Scranton, Pa. native also gained national attention for his comments to USA Today denouncing Vice President Mike Pence's stance on gay rights. "Glad so many people liked this, but if you could slide it into Adam's DMs that would be great too".

'Just some really helpful advice from my mom on how to deal with my Olympic crush, ' Sam vamped in the text of tweet accompanying the screen grab.

But that wasn't all - Field found a way on her own, and tagged Rippon, 28, in Greisman's tweet.

However Rippon's imminent analysis of the games pans out, he'll be sure to have at least two celebrity viewers in pop star Britney Spears and Hollywood actress Reese Witherspoon.

He said, "I think I'm leaving showing the world that you can also have a big personality and be who you are in the process".

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