How rich is Kristi Yamaguchi?
Kristi Yamaguchi Net Worth:
|Birth date:||July 12, 1971|
|Birth place:||Hayward, California, United States|
|Height:||5 ft (1.54 m)|
|Weight:||93 lbs (42 kg)|
|Profession:||Athlete, Figure Skater, Author, Sports analyst, Actor|
|Education:||Mission San Jose High School|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Bret Hedican (m. 2000)|
|Children:||Keara Kiyomi Hedican, Emma Yoshiko Hedican|
|Siblings:||Lori Yamaguchi, Brett Yamaguchi|
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Former American figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi has an estimated net worth of $8 million that she got as the 1992 Winter Olympic Victor in ladies’ singles. Kristi also won two World Figure Skating Championships in 1991 and 1992 along with a U.S.
Kristi Yamaguchi Net Worth $8 Million
Figure Skating Championships in 1992. Born Kristine Tsuya Yamaguchi on July 12, 1971 in Hayward, California, Kristi is Yonsei or fourth generation Nikkei. Kristi and her sibs, Brett and Lori, grew up in Fremont, California. As a young child, she took skating and ballet lessons as physical therapy for her club feet. She attended Mission San Jose High School during her junior and senior years. She subsequently decided to focus on the singles competition. She won the World Junior Championships in 1988 both in singles and pairs. She turned pro after the 1992 competitive season. For several years, the child toured with Stars on Ice and additionally participated in the pro competition circuit. Kristi created the Always Dream Foundation for children in 1996. The foundation aims to supply capital for after school programs, computers, back-to-school clothes for underprivileged youngsters, and summer camps for youngsters with handicaps. Currently, the foundation is focused on early childhood literacy.
Yamaguchi was wed on July 8, 2000 to Bret Hedican, a retired professional hockey player she met during the 1992 Winter Olympics when he played for Team USA. After had two daughters: Keara Kiyomi and Emma Yoshiko. She additionally performed in TV skating specials including the special Alladin on Ice as Princess Jasmine.
In December 2005, Kristi was inducted to the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame. Kristi was likewise the host of WE TV series Skating’s Next Star in 2006. Kristi became a celeb champ in the sixth season of Dancing with the Stars. Kristi is the author of Always Dream, Pure Gold and Figure Skating for Dummies. Kristi published the children’s book Dream Big, Little Pig in 2011. Its sequel it is a large World Little Pig was published on March 6, 2012.