Maia Shibutani Net Worth: Know her income source, career, profession, early life

Maia Shibutani Net Worth: Know her income source, career, profession, early life

Facts of Maia Shibutani Net Worth: Know her income source, career, profession, early life

Net worth$7 Million
Date of Birth:1994 July 20
First NameMaia Harumi
Last NameShibutani
NationalityAmerican
AkaMaia Shinutani
Age:25 years old
Birth Nation: United Arab Emirates
Height: 5 Feet 3 Inch

Maia Harumi Shibutani is an American world leading ice dancer who has a net worth of $7 million. Maia alongside her sibling Alex Shintani, she is the 2011 World bronze medalist, 2011 Four Continents silver medalist, 2011 NHK Trophy champion, 2009 World Junior silver medalist, two-time U.S. national silver medalists. and a four-time U.S. national medalist.  

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How Has Maia Shibutani Earned Her $7 Million Net Worth?

Maia Shibutani has total assets of $7 million. She earned a huge amount of money from her successful career as an ice dancer.  Her immense popularity and success in her profession have led to a jaw-dropping net worth.

How Did Maia Shibutani Start Her Career Journey With Alex Shibutani?

Maia Shibutani began skating when she was only four years of age. She contended quickly as a singles skater before partnering with Alex in ice dance. Maia was one of ten scholar-athletes to be named to the US Figure Skating Scholastic Honors group in 2011.

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Maia was as of late named a beneficiary of a Travel and Training Grant from the Women's Sports Foundation, joining different individuals from the Class of 2012 including the USA Women's Boxing National Team and gymnast Gabby Douglas.

Maia and her older brother Alex Shibutani are a kin ice move group. They are the 2011 World bronze medalists, the U.S. silver medalists in 2011 and 2012, and 2013 bronze medalists. They are instructed by Marina Zoueva and Oleg Epstein and prepare at the Arctic Edge Arena in Canton, Michigan.

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In 2005, their competitive vocation began with a silver award in juvenile ice dancer at the U.S. Junior Championships amid their first year competing in the sports. The following two season, they caught consecutive U.S. National titles competing at the next successive levels – Intermediate (2006) and Novice levels (2007).

Their focused profession at the Junior level was featured by a silver medal at the 2009 World Junior Figure Skating Championships, and a third U.S. National title, winning the gold award at the Junior level in 2010.

As competitors at the senior level since the 2010-2011 season, they both have been 3-time medalists at the U.S. Titles and influenced a noteworthy presentation amid their first ice dance team to medal at both of their Grand Prix occasions and the main U.S. Ice Dance team to medal amid their debut at the World Championships.

In 2012, they were invited by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to join a dinner in honor of Japanese Prime minister Yoshihiko Noda's first official visit to the United States.

They have won a medal of every color at the year 2015, 2016 and 2017 Four Continents Championships. In 2011, they had won a bronze medal at their world championship debut, however, were unable to get back on the podium for five years. In 2016, they earned a silver medal and likewise, they won bronze in 2017.

Maia Shibutani And Alex Shubutani Vlog

In August 2012 Maia and Alex propelled their official YouTube channel "ShibSibs" Productions. Their channel includes original videos which Maia and Alex have taped, directed and edited.

Their videos have included cameos by Olympians from the world of acrobatic and figure skating like Nastia Liukin, Jordyn Wieber, Gabby Douglas, Danell Leyva, Aly Raisman, Jonathan Horton, Mao Asada, Bart Conner,  Jeffrey Buttle, Johnny Weir, Takahiko Kozuka, and Brian Boitano.

Did Maia Shibutani Spend His Early Life And Childhood Well?

early life and childhood

Maia Shibutani was born on July 20, 1994, in New York City, as Maia Harumi Shibutani. Her parents were Chris Shibutani and Naomi Uyemura. She has one sibling, an older brother Alex Shibutani, who competes with her as her partner in the discipline of Ice Dance.

At the age of 4 years old, Maia Shibutani began skating in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, where she was a student at Greenwich Academy in Green-wich, Connecticut.

Concerning about her education, Maia Shibutani was home-schooled. In 2007, she shifted to Ann Arbor, Michigan and graduated from Huron High School in Ann Arbor in 2012. In the fall of 2012, Maia went to University of Michigan.

Talking about her personal life, Maia Shubutani is still single. Maybe, She is not interested to be in a relationship because she is focused towards her profession.


American $7 million ice dancer July 20, 1994