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Alysa Liu is a professional figure skater from the U.S. She is the youngest of Team USA’s three women’s singles skaters, at 16 years old.

Alysa is also the youngest woman to win the U.S. national senior title, which she won at 13 in 2019 and successfully defended in 2020 with a national scoring record of 235.52, making her the youngest woman to win the title twice.

Quick Info
Full NameAlysa Liu
Date Of BirthAugust 8, 2005
Birth PlaceClovis, California
Parent(s)Arthur Liu
OccupationFigure Skater
Current TeamU.S. national senior Team
Class Senior
EducationOakland School for the Arts
Age16 years old
Height5 feet 2 inches
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorDark Brown
Zodiac SignLeo
Martial StatusUnmarried
Net WorthN/A

Alysa Liu Early Life

Alysa was born on August 8, 2005, in Clovis, California. She currently lives in Richmond, California. She is now 16 years old and is ruled by Leo by birth. However, her physical status shows she stands at 5 feet 2 inches.

According to Olympics, her father is Arthur Liu, a single father, and the children were born to surrogate mothers through anonymous egg donors. Arthur emigrated to the USA and worked as an attorney.

Alysa has four siblings, and she is the older one. Julie, Justin, and Joshua are triplets, and Selina is her younger sister, who also used to skate but quit after losing her first competition.

Alysa Liu
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As per Fan Zone, her father is a member of the Youth Court in Oakland, California, where he assists underage children with criminal records in getting back on track.

Alysa spent three years at a Chinese school before enrolling at the Oakland School for the Arts, which provided a figure skating program.

In between practices, Alysa Liu started homeschooling in her father’s law office when she began missing too much school due to competitions.


Alysa Liu Career

In accord with Fan Zone, Alysa began training at five. Laura Lipetsky previously coached her. At the 2018 Asian Open, Alysa Liu became the youngest skater in history (and the third American woman) to land a triple Axel in an international competition at 12 and the youngest skater to win a U.S. Championship title at age 13.

At the 2019 Junior Grand Prix USA, Alysa Liu became the first American woman to land three triple Axels in a single competition and the first American woman to land a quadruple Lutz in competition.

Alysa Liu
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In addition, at the 2019 Junior Grand Prix USA, Alysa made history by becoming the first woman in the world to land a quad and triple Axel in the same routine.

Furthermore, she is the first woman to endeavor a quad at the U.S. Championships in 2020 and the youngest skater to win back-to-back U.S. titles in 2019-20.

As per Wikipedia, despite falling on her triple Axel attempt, Alysa Liu finished third in the short program at the 2022 U.S. Championships in Nashville, receiving 71.42 points. On the other hand, Alysa was forced to drop out after testing positive for COVID-19.

Despite this, Alysa, Mariah Bell, and Karen Chen successfully demanded to be included on the US Winter Olympic team in 2022. As a result, Alysa Liu named the American Olympic team the youngest athlete.


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Is Alysa Liu On A Relationship?

As of now, there are no facts on her relationship. Alysa Liu presently seems to be more occupied by becoming a skater legend one day. If she is dating someone, her target audience will know him.

Alysa Liu
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Alysa Liu Net Worth

According to Comparably, the ordinary figure skater in the USA earns $64,168 per year. Figure skaters earn the most in L.A., with an average total pay of a given amount, 0% higher than the national average.

However, there is no detail on Alysa’s income right now. At the same time, her career has just begun. Therefore, she’ll be making the stated sum or perhaps more than that in the future.


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Meet Alysa Liu On Instagram

She has 51 posts, 49.4k followers, and  333 followings on Instagram under the name @alysaxliu. Follow Alysa to see the updates on her life and game.


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