Mana Kawabe is a Japanese Olympic skater who won the ‘Silver’ award in the 2021 GP (Grand Prix) NHK Trophy. At an early stage of progress to the global stage, she won the 2017–18 Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy as well as the ‘Gold’ award at the 2016–17 ISU (International Skating Union) Coupe du Printemps.
In group occasions, while addressing Japan, he won the ‘Silver’ award at the 2021 Japan Open. At the public level, she won the ‘Gold’ decoration at the 2019–20 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships, the ‘Silver’ award at the 2015–16 Japan Novice Figure Skating Championships, and the ‘Bronze’ decoration in 2021. 22 Japan Figure Skating Championships.
|Height||5 feet 1 inch|
|Date of birth||31 October 2004|
|eye color||dark brown|
She began preparing for figure skating in 2009, when she was only 5 years old, after being inspired by individual Nagoya local Mao Asada, who is an Olympic ‘silver’ medalist and a 3-time world champion.
Mana had given most of her instruction in Nagoya in 2017, after one of her mentors retired, she moved to the city of Takatsuki to prepare with another system of masters.
One of the early misfortunes of her career was neglect to fit the bill for the 2018–19 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships, as she was forced to struggle with a physical problem for a large part of that season.
She straightened things out by winning the ‘Gold’ award at the 2019–20 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships.
She was running her nearest 2 rivals by more than a point in the short program, however when she handled her first formally confirmed triple axel in free skate and completed 8 clean triple leaps altogether She had come out on top for the championship by about 15. is focused.
Therefore, she was named to address Japan at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics as well as the 2020 World Junior Figure Skating Championships.
She was welcomed to participate in the Senior Division at the 2019–20 Japan Figure Skating Championships, close to the other top 6 finishers in the Lower Division.
She holds the record for being only the eighteenth female Olympic skater to land a perfect triple axel around the world.
At the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics, she maintained a personal best score in all classes to finish fourth overall. Nevertheless, she was the main figure in the Japanese group who was not prepared for the group ceremony.
Mana was dropped to make his senior worldwide appearance at the 2020 NHK Trophy, an opportunity that was essentially gone by Japanese skaters because of movement limitations forced in the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
She finished sixth in the short program, sixth in the free skate, and sixth overall. She had offered to straighten things out by winning the ‘silver’ decoration at the 2021 edition of the competition.
Her leisure activities/interests include reading and travelling.
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