Who’s Nana Takagi?
2014 SankyoNana Takagi was created in 1992. She’s a Japanese speed skater who’s a part of this Nidec Sankyo speed hockey team. Takagi has maintained two silver medals in the World Junior Speed Skating Championships, in just two team pursuit events. Takagi attained has just one World Cup podium finish until September 2014, as a portion of the Western team pursuit team at Heerenveen at 2013–14. She finished 5th at a 5000 m race in Astana in 2013–14 that was her greatest individual success until 2014. Her greatest overall finish at the World Cup is 14th, at the 2013–14 mass launch. Takagi competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics for Japan together with all the Nidec Sankyo team. From the 1500 metres she put 32nd. In 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Takagi was a part of the Japanese group that won the Olympics girls team pursuit gold trophy. Takagi also won another gold medal in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at the Women’s mass start event. She enjoys listening to music and watching films. She enjoys dancing. The athlete could talk Japanese language only. She trained under trainer Toshiaki Imamura from her team and Johan De Wit who’s on a nationwide level. She won gold medal team pursuit in the 2015 World Single Distances Championships in Heerenveen, Netherlands, also has been appointed to compete in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang. Takagi hurt her knee during the 2016/17 year old. The issue continued to change her to the subsequent season. She took up the game in her second year of college in Obihiro, Japan. She was affected by her older brother. Her coaching sessions include biking, inline skating along with weight training. Her most memorable accomplishment till date has been competing in the 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Sochi, also winning a gold medal in team pursuit in the 2015 World Single Distances Championships in Heerenveen, Netherlands. She believes in the doctrine that one should always grin. In 2012, 2014 and 2015 she had been presented with an Outstanding Athlete Award from the Japan Skating Federation. In 2014 she had been awarded an Excellence Award from the Japanese Olympic Committee [JOC].