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Alysa Liu Biography – Alysa Liu Wiki
Alysa Liu is an American figure skater. She was born on born 8 August 2005 in Clovis, California, United States.
She attended Chinese school for three years, then attended the Oakland School for the Arts, which offers an emphasis in figure skating. When she started missing too much school due to traveling to competitions, she began homeschooling at her father’s law office in between practices.
Liu began skating at the age of five. Her first skating competition was as a juvenile in 2015. At the 2016 U.S. Championships, she became the youngest lady to win the intermediate gold medal.
Liu placed fourth at the 2017 U.S. Championships competing in the novice category. At the 2017 Asian Open Trophy, where she finished second to Japan’s Mana Kawabe. She was the youngest skater to compete in the junior division at the 2018 U.S. Championships in San Jose, California. She won the competition. However, she was ineligible to compete at the 2018 World Junior Championships because she was not old enough. She was sent to the 2018 International Challenge Cup instead, where she won the advanced novice silver medal behind Hanna Yoshida of Japan.
In August 2018, Liu competed as a novice at the 2018 Asian Open Trophy in Bangkok, Thailand. She won the gold. She landed a ratified 3A in the free skate, becoming the youngest skater in history to perform a clean triple Axel in an international competition and the third American lady to do so, after Tonya Harding and Mirai Nagasu.
She qualified to compete in the senior ranks at the 2019 U.S. Championships in Detroit, Michigan. On January 25, 2019, she became the youngest skater in history to win the U.S. senior ladies’ title, after placing second in the short to defending U.S. champion Bradie Tennell with a record score , and first in the free with a clean program including a 3A-2T, 3A, 3Lz-3T, and 3Lz-1Eu-3S.
Alysa Liu Age – Alysa Liu Birthday
She was born on born 8 August 2005 in Clovis, California, United States.
Alysa Liu Parents
Alysa Liu’s father, Arthur Liu, is an Oakland-based lawyer. She was conceived through an egg donor and a surrogate mother.
Alysa Liu Father
Her father, Arthur Liu, is an attorney. He immigrated to the United States from the Sichuan Province in southwestern China in the 1990s. He was a big fan of Michelle Kwan, a two-time Olympic medalist and five-time world champion. He first became fascinated by figure skating when he immigrated to the US from China in the 1990s.
Alysa Liu Siblings
She has four siblings, a younger sister named Selina and triplet siblings named Julia, Joshua and Justin.
Alysa Liu Family
She is the oldest child of Arthur Liu, an attorney. She has four siblings, a younger sister named Selina and triplet siblings named Julia, Joshua and Justin.
Alysa Liu Height
She stands at a height of 4 feet 7 inches (1.40 m).
Alysa Liu Ethnicity
She is of Chinese-American ethnicity.
Alysa Liu Competitive History
- 2019 Pacific Coast Sectional – 1st
- 2019 Central Pacific Regional – 1st
- 2018 Asian Open, Advanced Novice – 1st
- 2018 Challenge Cup, Advanced Novice – 2nd
- 2018 U.S. Championships, Junior – 1st
- 2018 Pacific Coast Sectional, Junior – 1st
- 2017 Asian Open, Advanced Novice – 2nd
- 2018 Central Pacific Regional, Junior – 1st
- 2017 U.S. Championships, Novice – 4th
- 2017 Pacific Coast Sectional, Novice – 2nd
- 2017 Central Pacific Regional, Novice – 2nd
- 2016 U.S. Championships, Intermediate – 1st
- 2016 Pacific Coast Sectional, Intermediate – 1st
- 2016 Central Pacific Regional, Intermediate – 2nd
- 2015 Central Pacific Regional, Juvenile – 7th
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