Aori Nishimura Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Aori Nishimura is a Japanese expert skateboarder who as of late rose to unmistakable quality after gladly introducing her country in Tokyo Olympics 2020. She got back to the game in 2018 in the wake of recuperating from a burst front cruciate tendon in her left knee and was named title holder at the Street League Skateboarding titles in Rio de Janeiro last year, handling an interesting “lipslide” stunt. Nishimura is seeking Japan in the Olympics in Tokyo, which will highlight skating interestingly.

Aori Nishimura is a Japanese expert skateboarder who was born in Tokyo on July 31, 2001. At the point when Aori was eight years of age, she started skating. Her dad used to skate and had a skateboard at home, so she got it. Aori was snared from the second she snatched up the board and hasn’t quit skating since. She grew up skating with her sisters around her Tokyo home, and soon the remainder of the family moved her in rehearsing and supporting her all through the interaction.

Aori Nishimura Biography

Real Name Aori Nishimura
Birth Date July 31, 2001
Age (as of 2021) 19 Years
Birth Place Tokyo, Japan
Residence Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality Japanese
Profession Professional Skateboarder
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Leo

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 2” – in Centimeters – 157 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 45 kg  –  in Pounds –  99 lbs
Body Measurements 32-24-34
Bra Size 30C
Waist Size 24 Inches
Hips Size 34 Inches
Shoe Size 5 (U.S.)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Black
Body Type Athletic

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Instagram @haori_nishimura
Who is her boyfriend? Not Known

She made her expert presentation in a competition coordinated by the Japan Skateboarding Association while she was in 5th grade. Aori Nishimura has been contending since 2016 when she was just 15 years of age. She won the Asian Skateboarding Championships Women’s Street Finals in November of that very year. She’s advanced and improved from that point forward. At the point when she contended in the X Games Minneapolis Women’s Street Finals in July 2017, Aori Nishimura turned into the principal Japanese skater to win gold in the X-Games.

Aori has consequently proceeded to win various other skating rivalries, including the Street League World Championship. Nishimura had a physical issue to one side knee in October 2017, 90 days after her triumph, requiring reconstructive tendon medical procedure and a transitory rest from skating. She got back to preparing in June 2018 following a six-month rest, then, at that point to challenges in July 2018. She was chosen to contend in the Dew Tour Long Beach competition, where she completed eighth out of eight contenders.

She recognized her misery with the outcomes at that point, however soon thereafter, she would advance and win the silver award at the X Games Minneapolis 2018, where Mariah Duran had won first. She was delegated worldwide skating champion in the World Skate and Street League Skateboarding Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in January 2019. (SLS). Nishimura won the gold award in front of old neighborhood most loved Letícia Bufoni of Brazil.

Aori came in runner up at the International Skateboarding Open Henan Women’s Street Finals in September 2019. Aori Nishimura most as of late partook in the World Skate Oi STU Open in Brazil in November of 2019. She completed third in the Women’s Street Finals, acquiring 14,400 focuses towards her general positioning.

Sana and Kotone, Aori’s two sisters, are similarly energetic about skating. She uncovered that she and expert skateboarder Lucas Rabelo of Flip Skateboards from Brazil had been dating for a year on November 21, 2020. Since November 2019, the couple has been dating.

Aori’s total assets presently can’t seem to be uncovered. She does, notwithstanding, clearly acquire a generous compensation and has constructed a considerable total assets because of her games. Besides, her gaming and skating calling is her huge type of revenue.

Aori Nishimura has joined the Japanese National Skateboarding Team. With 89,600 focuses, she is by and by appraised third in the Olympic World Skateboarding Ranking for Women’s Street.

Deathwish, Nike SB, Shake Junt, Oakley, and Coca-Cola are among Aori Nishimura’s patrons. She was the main Japanese contender to win a gold award at the X Games outrageous games rivalry in Minneapolis. In the 2020 game Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2, Nishimura is one of the new playable skateboarders.

In the Women’s Street Olympic qualifying rivalries, this Japanese skateboarder has been smashing it. She keeps on exhibiting why she is one of the top competitors ever. Aori Nishimura has a promising skating future in front of her.