Mirai Nagasu

The two Asian-American women wore periwinkle dresses to the Oscars -- but they do not look alike.
Olympics figure skater Mirai Nagasu doesn’t sweat getting her period during competition.
Vincent Zhou, who became the first skater to land a quad lutz at the Olympics, described Nagasu as “the hardest worker I know.”
Female athletes have rewritten history at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, from Lindsey Vonn’s return to downhill skiing to Chloe Kim’s magnetic personality and snowboarding record.
New York Times writer Bari Weiss had tweeted a video of the Olympian accompanied by the caption: "Immigrants: They Get The Job Done."
Adam Rippon and Mirai Nagasu share a special bond. It’s about more than just being Olympians. It’s about more than their
Bari Weiss tweeted, "Immigrants: they get the job done" -- but Nagasu was born in California.
The new generation of American Olympic figure skaters draws inspiration from living legends of the rink: Kristi Yamaguchi and Michelle Kwan.
They both know what it's like growing up with immigrant parents seeking the American Dream.
Here are Team USA’s competitors looking to bring home Olympic gold in figure skating.
My 10th birthday was riddled with grief. I wasn't a little girl anymore. At Delaware, there were 6-year-olds who could jump higher and spin faster than me. At 10, it felt like the ice was melting. At 10, I was washed up.
As two time U.S. champion figure skater Ashley Wagner faces a backlash at home over her unusual elevation from fourth place to join the three woman U.S. Olympic team in Sochi, a fresh front of skepticism is creeping her way from Russia itself.
Nagasu felt her nose start bleeding in the middle of her routine Tuesday night. But she completed her program and received