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Yuma Kagiyama Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Yuma Kagiyama is a Japanese professional skater who has won the ‘Gold’ decoration at the 2021 GP (Grand Prix) Internationaux de France, the 2021 GP Gran Premio d’Italia, the 2020 NHK Trophy, and the 2021 CS (Challenger Series) Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy.

He has asserted the ‘Silver’ award at the 2019 International Challenge Cup, the 2021 World Figure Skating Championships, and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

He had stood third at the 2020 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships. In group occasions, addressing Japan, he had won the ‘Bronze’ award at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. In group occasions, addressing Mixed-NOCs (groups comprising of competitors addressing different National Olympic Committees), he had won the ‘Silver’ decoration at the 2020 Lausanne Winter Youth Olympics.

Height 5 ft 3 in
Weight 57 kg
Date of Birth May 5, 2003
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Eye Color Dark Brown

At the worldwide junior level, he had won the ‘Gold’ decoration at the 2020 Lausanne Winter Youth Olympics, the 2019 ISU (International Skating Union) Junior Grand Prix (JGP) in France, and the 2021 Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy.

He had additionally asserted the ‘Silver’ award at the 2020 World Junior Figure Skating Championships, the 2018 ISU JGP in Armenia, and the 2019 ISU JGP in Poland.

He had begun skating at 5 years old and has for the most part been trained by his dad Masakazu Kagiyama, a previous global level professional skater who had stood thirteenth at the 1992 Albertville Winter Olympics and twelfth at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics.

At the public level, Yuma has won the ‘Bronze’ award at the Japan Figure Skating Championships for a long time (2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22). He had additionally secured the ‘Gold’ award at the 2019-20 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships.

At the 2019 ISU JGP in France, he had set the lesser level men’s record in the ‘consolidated’ score classification (234.87 focuses). He had bettered that record (245.35 focuses) at the 2019 ISU JGP in Poland however it was subsequently outperformed by Daniil Samsonov at a similar occasion.

Additionally at the 2019 ISU JGP in France, his fourfold toe circle in the ‘free skate’ piece of the occasion had established the lesser standard for the most elevated esteemed single leap. It was subsequently outperformed by Daniel Grassl’s fourfold lutz at 2019 JGP Italy.

At the 2019 ISU JGP in Poland, he had set the lesser level men’s record in the ‘free skating’ score class (160.63 focuses). This record also was outperformed by Daniil Samsonov at a similar occasion.

A propensity/custom that he follows is that he generally places to his left side skate first. His leisure activities/interests incorporate gaming, paying attention to music, photography, and working out.

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