Kamila Valieva Net Worth (Figure Skater), Income, Salary, Bio, Wiki, Height, Age, Career, Boyfriend

Kamila Valieva Net Worth (Figure Skater), Income, Salary, Bio, Wiki, Height, Age, Career, Boyfriend

Kamila valieva biography

Kamila Valieva BIOGRAPHY

Kamila Valieva was born on 26 April 2006, in Kazan, Russia. She is of Volga Tatar ethnicity. She has one pet dog, a Pomeranian named Lëva (Lyova), gifted to her in 2019 by fans. She was enrolled in gymnastics, ballet, and figure skating classes at an early age by her mother but encouraged to focus solely on skating after turning five. She named Nathan Chen as one of the skaters whose technique and ability she admires.[8] In an interview showcased at the ISU Skating Awards 2021, she hopes to become a psychologist after retiring from figure skating

Who Is Kamila Valieva?

Who is Kamila Valieva?

Name Kamila Valieva
Net Worth$1 Million-$5 Million
Age 15 years old
DOB26 April 2006

Kamila Valieva is a Russian figure skater. She is the 2022 European champion, 2021 Rostelecom Cup champion, 2021 Skate Canada International champion, 2022 Russian national champion, and 2021 Russian National silver medalist. She is also a 2022 Olympic champion in the team event. She is the current world record holder for the women’s short program, free skating and total scores. Kamila has set nine world records during her career. She is the first female skater to break the 250-, 260- and 270-point thresholds in the total score (all within one season).

How Old Is Kamila Valieva?

How old is Kamila Valieva?

According to her date of birth she is 15 years old.

Who is kamila valieva’s boyfriend?

WHO IS Kamila Valieva’S BOYFRIEND?

The information related about her relationship status is currently unavailable. It will be updated soon.

What is kamila valieva’s net worth?

WHAT IS Kamila Valieva’S NET WORTH?

The estimated networth is $1Million-$5Million USD(Approx.)

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Kamila valieva career/Facts

  1. She  began skating in 2009 in RSDUSSHOR in Kazan.
  2. She  was first coached by Ksenia Ivanova, followed by Marina Kudriavtseva and Igor Lyutikov, and Natalia Dubinskaya.
  3. She  made her international senior debut at the 2021 CS Finlandia Trophy.