Adam Rippon Confirms He Has a Post-Olympics Boyfriend -- See the Pic!
By Meredith B. Kile
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The 28-year-old figure skater recently made things official with his Finnish beau, Jussi-Pekka Kajaala, ET confirms.
ET can also confirm that the pair met on dating app Tinder just before the Olympics, and Kajaala recently visited Rippon in L.A.
"We met on Tinder while I was in Finland late last year and we kept in touch since then," Rippon says of the new relationship. "We had been talking all through the holidays and the Olympics. We kept it pretty private but recently we decided to make it official."
On Monday, the Pyeongchang bronze medalist posted an Instagram pic of the pair on a shirtless hike in L.A.’s Runyon Canyon, with the quippy caption, “Good boys Finnish first.”