Amazing Unknown Facts About Mao Asada Career & Life
Mao Asada the new Asian queen in ICE Skating , she ranked among the best skaters in the world , representing the team of the Japan . She born in Japan on “September 25, 1990” . She is one of the beautiful Olympian female athlete, her abilities and skills are outstanding in triple axel jumps. She shared a good rivalry with Kim Yuna at one time but later they found to be friends.
A World Champion Skater :
She is the 2010 Olympic silver medalist in Vancouver winter Game’s , She has won the Figure skating world championship three times , in 2014 Saitama she is brilliant , she performed some magical moves which outclass may other figure skaters from the competition.
Triple Axel Jumps Skills:
The only diva in the figure skating who hold the record of the three triple axel jumps , she made it during the 2010 Winter Olympics which bring her name among the best skaters .
Early Life and Youth Career :
She is doing figure skating from very young according to a news’site she start taking training from the age 3-6 year old , she finally switched to figure skating in 1995 , She participated in the her first event in the novice national championships in the 2002–2003 season . She won the Mladost Trophy, her first international event in early career. But popularity of her increased after winning the gold medal in the Junior Grand Prix Final in 2004-5 with overall score 35.08 points and while her opponent Kim Yuna finished 2nd in the same event.
Innocent Face look Expressions :
One thing that is very catchy to media attraction is the face expression , she made during her performances.
Richest Japanese Figure Skater in 2015 (Endorsement Deals):
If we Mao Asada career she has won number of tournaments and world championships , She has gain a huge popularity due to her outstanding beauty . But how much money does she , as she is already listed in our Richest figures skaters list her earnings are ($5.5 Million) .
Her Career Record in Olympics : World Championships :
|Four Continents Championships||3||2||1|
|Grand Prix Final||4||2||0|
|World Junior Championships||1||1||0|
|Junior Grand Prix Final||0||0||2|