Mirai Nagasu proud to be the second youngest figure skater to win the US senior ladies title

Updated On 11 Jun, 2016 Published On

Mirai Aileen Nagasu has made herself, her family, and her fans proud for being the second youngest figure skater to have won the US senior ladies title. The two-time Four Continents medalist is a JGP Champion and has been known for being the U.S national medalist and for being the youngest woman to win the U.S senior ladies title.

This pretty beauty that began a career at the mere age of five was indulged since a very small age in US Junior Championships. This led the way for her to move into the novice level and finally the senior level. Her career as a figure skater has been getting along pretty well ever since and she has managed to make her fans proud by being the youngest figure skater at the age of 23, to win a US senior ladies title.

Nagasu has been trained since a very small age by the coach Jon Zakrajsek and her figure skating thus has become extremely popular all over the world. She has managed to appear in almost all of the international championships ever since and has managed to amalgamate the net worth of a huge amount for her endeavors. she has a height of 5 feet and 3 inches and an athletic build which manages to make her appear extremely good on screen. She has managed to amalgamate and garner the interest and attention of a huge number of fans around the world for her figure skating skills and this has led her personal life information to be searched widely by fans around the world.

The affair and dating history of this beauty are somewhat undisclosed from the general public. She has never revealed any information in regards to having a boyfriend and at the age of 23, she still seems to be single and is certainly focusing on improving her career more in the days to come.