Mirai Nagasu Net Worth
Mirai Nagasu, an American figure skater with an estimated net worth between $1 million to $5 million, started skating at the age of five after becoming inspired by Yuna Kim, Michelle Kwan and Mao Asada. In 2008 she became second youngest skater after Tara Lipinski to win U.S. senior ladies title. Additionally she won silver at World Junior Championships and placed fourth at 2010 Winter Olympic.
In 2018, she made history as the first American woman ever to complete a triple-axel at an Olympic Games, placing fifth overall. Additionally, the 28-year-old won three Four Continents medals and one JGP final championship before representing America at PyeongChang South Korea this winter Olympics and placing fifth.
She hails from Montebello, California where her parents hail from Japan as immigrants and run a Japanese sushi restaurant in Arcadia. After attending Foothills Middle School and Arcadia High School respectively, she graduated Capistrano Connections Academy before enrolling at University of California but eventually decided to focus more on skating career than academic pursuits.
Nagasu maintains a robust social media presence and regularly posts images of her training in different parts of the world, in addition to sharing posts of herself and former fiance Darian Weiss – whom she later split up with; currently dating Michael Bramante instead.
Since 2020, this couple have been living together. They spend much time traveling together and visiting each other’s home countries; appearing happy in pictures and videos posted to social media.
Mirai Nagasu has earned considerable prize money and sponsorship deals during her skating career. Her primary source of income comes from competing in tournaments and earning top positions; other sources of income come from television appearances and advertisements.
According to various online sources, Mirai Nagasu is estimated to be worth between $1 Million – $5 Million as she earned this much money through her career as a Figure Skater.
Mirai Nagasu was born in Montebello, California on 16 April 1993 and stands 5 feet 4 inches. Both of her parents immigrated from Japan, raising Mirai within a mixed-American household. She holds dual citizenship with both Japan and the US; however, under Japanese law she was required to give up her Japanese nationality before reaching 22. Her father Yko Nagasu operates Kiyosuzu restaurant in downtown Arcadia while Ikuko, her mother is a retired teacher. She has an elder sister named Rina. Her hobbies include playing the piano and singing; she enjoys Japanese and Western pop music alike. Additionally, she dresses stylishly; her favorite color being blue. In terms of animal ownership, Lincoln and Pika are two dogs she owns as pets.