Mirai Nagasu Biography
A native of Montebello, California, Mirai Nagasu is a Japanese-American figure skater who was born on April 16, 1993. Mirai is a three-time Four Continents medalist “silver in 2016, bronze in 2011 and 2017”, the 2007 JGP Final champion, a two-time World Junior medalist “silver in 2007, bronze in 2008”, as well as a seven-time U.S. national medalist “gold in 2008, silver in the year 2010 and 2018, bronze in the year 2011 and 2014, pewter in the year 2016 and 2017”.
In 2008, Mirai became the youngest woman since Tara Lipinski in 1997 to win the U.S. senior ladies’ title, and the second-youngest in history at the time. Mirai is the first lady since Joan Tozzer in 1937 and 1938 to win the junior and senior national titles in consecutive years.
Mirai represented the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympics at the age of 16 and placed 4th in the ladies’ event.
In 2017, Mirai landed the difficult triple Axel jump for the first time in international competition at the 2017 CS U.S. Classic. During her free skate in the team event at the 2018 Olympics, Mirai became the first American ladies’ singles skater to land a triple Axel at the Olympics, and the third woman from any country to do so.
This also made her the first senior ladies skater ever to land 8 triple jumps “the maximum allowed in the free skate under the Zayak rule” cleanly in international competition.
Mirai Nagasu Age
Mirai is 28 years old as of 2021, she was born on April 16, 1993, in Montebello, California, the United States as Mirai Aileen Nagasu.
Mirai Nagasu Height
Mirai stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.63 m) tall and she has a weight of 52 kgs (115 Ibs).
Mirai Nagasu Education
Mirai graduated from Foothills Middle School in the spring of 2007 as well as entered Arcadia High School in the fall of 2007. In 2009, Mirai began attending an online high school. Mirai graduated from the Capistrano Connections Academy in June 2011 and was accepted into the University of California, Irvine but said the commute was not feasible.
Around 2015, Mirai enrolled at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and has taken courses in the business field. Mirai graduated from UCCS with a degree in business administration in December 2020.
During the 2015–16 NHL season, Mirai worked for the Colorado Avalanche as an ice girl and worked as a franchise ambassador at events in Greater Denver such as learn to skate programs.
Mirai Nagasu Family
Mirai is the daughter of Ikuko Nagasu, and Kiyoto Nagasu. She was born in Montebello, Los Angeles County, California, and raised in Arcadia, California. Mirai’s parents own Restaurant Kiyosuzu, a Japanese sushi restaurant in Arcadia. They are immigrants from Japan along with their daughter had dual citizenship but were required by Japanese law to relinquish it before her 22nd birthday, so she chose U.S. citizenship.
Mirai speaks a mixture of Japanese and English at home with her parents. Mirai’s mother, Ikuko, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in the fall of 2009. Mirai (未来) means (future) in Japanese, while her last name is written as 長洲 in kanji.
Mirai Nagasu Boyfriend
Mirai is currently in a relationship with her boyfriend Michae Bramante. They started dating each other in at least June 2020. During an interview with Mirai at that time, she had revealed she spent her time holed up in Boston with her boyfriend Michale, along with her two dogs, Pika and Lincoln.
Michael Bramante is a current staff coach at The Skating Club of Boston, specializing in Ice Dance, Moves in the Field, and Stroking/Skating Skills. Michael was born on April 24, 1992, in Newton, Massachusetts, United States.
Michael competed at the U.S. Championships 8 times and in the year 2011 was the National Novice Ice Dance bronze medalist with former partner Kaitlin Hawayek.
Mirai Nagasu Net Worth
Mirai has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million dollars as of 2022. Which accumulates through her career as a Japanese-American figure skater.
Mirai Nagasu Medals
Mirai is a three-time Four Continents medalist (silver in 2016, bronze in 2011 and 2017), the 2007 JGP Final champion, a two-time World Junior medalist (silver in 2007, bronze in 2008), as well as a seven-time U.S. national medalist (gold in 2008, silver in 2010 and 2018, bronze in the year 2011 and 2014, pewter in 2016 and 2017).