Kamila Valeryevna Valieva is a Russian figure skater known for having represented her country at various international competitions and ISUs as both a junior and senior figure skater. She is a member of the Sambo 70 Club and has immense experience in the sport for over a decade.
Kamila Valieva was born on April 26, 2006 in Kazan, Russian to her parents whose names have not been released. She grew up as an only child in her hometown and is of Tatar descent. She started figure skating at the age of 5 and trained in gymnastics, ballet and figure skating. Kamila hasn’t revealed much about her education and studies, but is said to have completed her high school diploma. She also announced that she wants to be a psychologist and is studying in the same field.
Kamila Valieva’s career
Kamila started figure skating in her hometown in 2009 and later moved to Moscow where she joined SSHOR Moskvich. She trained there for almost a decade and was inducted into the Sambo 70 group in 2018. In 2018 she attracted worldwide attention for her short program Spiegel im Spiegel inspired by Picasso’s painting and also won the Russian Youth Championship. In 2019 she made her international debut at the Junior Grand Prix competition in France, placing 3rd in the short program. She also won gold at the same event.
She was the second skater to land a quadruple toe loop in competition. In the same season, she competed in JGP Russia 2020 and placed 1st in both programs while also setting personal bests. She also qualified for the final of the 2019-20 Junior Grand Prix in Italy where she placed 4th in the short program. She also competed in the 2020 Russian Junior Championship and again took 1st place. Kamila was soon selected to the 2020 World Junior Championships team and placed 1st in the short program with a personal best score.
In 2020-21 she made her debut at the Russian Championships and placed 2nd in the free skate. She also participated in Channel One 2021 trophy promotion at CS Finlandia Trophy 2021. She also made her Senior Grand Prix debut at Skate Canada International 2021 that same year, setting a new world record for women’s free skating with a score of 265.08.
She later qualified for the Grand Prix final which was canceled due to Omicron proliferation. She also recently made her debut at the European Championships in Estonia this season and improved her world record by becoming the first woman to break 90 points. She is currently ranked 5th in the world.
Kamila Valieva biography
|Real name||Kamila Valeryevna Valieva|
|date of birth||April 26, 2006|
|Age (as of 2022)||15 years|
|place of birth||Kazan, Russia|
|height||in feet inches – 5′ 3” – in centimeters – 160cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 44kg – in pounds – 97 pounds|
|shoe size||5 (US)|
Kamila Valieva has not revealed any details about her personal life and relationships nor is she rumored to be in any romantic relationships at the moment. Known as a dog person, she also owns a Pomeranian dog named Leva, which was gifted to her by her fans in 2019. She is also known to be a great admirer of figure skater Nathan Chen. She currently resides in Moscow, Russia.
Kamila Valieva Social media
Kamila currently has 218,000 followers on her Instagram account while she has a reach of over 3,000 followers on her Facebook page. She is not active on Twitter but has many fan accounts.
Kamila Valieva Net Worth
Kamila Valieva is a professional figure skater who has made a lot of money in her career by winning multiple championships by ear. She has many awards and records to her credit, as well as a lot of wealth. Her net worth including that of her parents is estimated to be around $3 million.
Facts About Kamila Valieva
- Kamila is the second woman to land a quad toe loop at JGP France 2019.
- She is also the 16th woman to land Axel at Skate Canada 2021.
- Kamila also holds the junior record for the highest rated individual jump.
- She recently broke the Rostelecom Cup 2021 world record and is the first woman to break the 270 point barrier.
- Valieva is coached by Eteri Tutberidze and her choreographer is Daniil Gleikhanguaz.