Alysa Liu Parents, Wiki, Age, Bio, Net worth, Career & More

Alysa Liu
Alysa Liu

Alysa Liu is the name of an American Figure Skater, who competes in the ladies singles discipline. She was born to multi-ethnicity parents Arthur Liu and Surrogate. Alysa is the 2019 U.S. national champion, the 2018 U.S. junior champion, and the 2016 U.S. intermediate champion.


Alysa Liu was born on 8 August 2005  in Clovis, California., USA. She went to Chinese school for three years. Later she attended the Oakland School for the Arts which offered emphasis in figure skating. That time she started missing too much school due to traveling to competitions, she began homeschooling at her father’s law office in between practices. Liu used the same online program that other skaters, including fellow Bay Area skaters Karen Chen and Vincent Zhou, have used.

Family, Caste & Affairs:

Alysa with her family
Alysa with her family

She was born to multi-ethnicity parents in Clovis, California. Her father is Arthur Liu, who is an attorney and immigrated to the U.S. from a small mountain village in the Sichuan Province, China in the 1990s at the age of 25, after earning degrees in China.

Alysa with her father
Alysa with her father

She is the oldest daughter and has four siblings all of who were conceived through an egg donor and a surrogate mother. Liu holds Chinese and American nationality.


Alysa Liu

She started skating at the age of five, when her father, a fan of Michelle Kwan, brought her to the Oakland Ice Center. Later she started taking group lessons with her coach, Laura Lipetsky. She began training her at the age of 5½ years. In 2017 Laura sent Alysa to the University of Delaware’s ice rinks for a biomechanical analysis researchers have created to help elite American skaters improve their jump techniques.


In 2015, Liu appeared in her first skating competition as a juvenile and she came in 7th place at the Central Pacific Regionals. Later she became the youngest woman to earn the intermediate gold medal at the 2016 U.S. Championships. At the 2017 U.S. Championships, she was in first place after her short program, with a 1.22 point lead. Her short program included a split jump into a 3Lz-3T combination, which was ruled under-rotated and a 3F. After the long program, Liu fell to 4th place, where she landed two triple-triple combinations but did not earn sufficient program component scores to retain her narrow lead. Unfortunately, she did not come in the world Junior Championship 2018 due to age issue. But she took apart in the Challenge Cup 2018 and she able to won the silver medal. Liu competed as a novice at the 2018 Asian Open Trophy in Bangkok, Thailand in August 2018. She won the gold, outscoring the silver medalist, Japan’s Sara Honda, by over ten points.


In the early of this year, she qualified to compete in the senior ranks at the 2019 U.S. Championships in Detroit, Michigan. On January 25, 2019, she broke Tara Lipinski’s previous record. She also became the youngest female skater to land a triple axel at the U.S. Nationals.

QuciK Bio:

Wiki & Biography 
Real NameAlysa Liu
ProfessionFigure Skater
Date of Birth8 August 2005
Age14 Years
NationalityAmerican and Chinese
HometownClovis, California, USA
Star Sign/ Zodiac SignLeo
Famous For
Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Height in Centimeters140 cm
Height in meters1.4 m
Height in Inches4'7"
Weight in Kilograms40 kg
Weight in Pounds99 lbs
Body Measurements22-23-25
Shoe Size8 (US)
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Family and Relatives
FatherArthur Liu
BrotherJustin & Joshua
SisterJulia & Selina
Affairs, Boyfriends and Marital Status
Marital StatusUnmarried
Husband/ SpouseN/A
Education and School, College
Educational QualificationPrimary School Education
School1. Home Schooling
2. Oakland School of Arts
College/ UniversityN/A


  • Alysa Liu belongs to the Chinese and American family.
  • Her father Mr. Arthur Liu, is a huge fan of Michelle Kwan.
  • Her height approx 4 feet 7 in (140cm).
  • She was trained by her coach, Laura Lipetsky.
  • Alysa’s first skating tournament was in 2015 as a juvenile and a year later turned in a history-making performance at the 2016 U.S.
  • In 2018, she wins the gold medal in Asian Open Trophy, Bangkok.
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