Who is Kokomo Murase? Kokomo is the most popular Japanese snowboarder who was born on 7 November 2004 in Gifu, Japan. In this blog, we bring every detail about her life and career such as her family information and her boyfriend name, etc. All the details are given in this blog.
Kokomo Murase Wiki
Kokomo Murase was born on 7 November 2004 in Gifu, Japan. He is a Japanese snowboarder by profession. She debuts in the slopestyle and big air disciplines. She completed her high schooling in primary school in Japan. She won slopestyle at the World Rookie Finals in Ischgl in 2016 and 2017. In the 2017/18 season, she became the Japanese slopestyle champion and finished fourth in slopestyle at the Burton US Open in Vail. She represents Japan at the Beijing Olympics 2022.
Kokomo Murase Wiki, Bio, Age, Boyfriend, Ethnicity, Net Worth
|Real Name||Kokomo Murase|
|Boyfriend/Husband Name||Not Known|
|Date of Birth||7th November 2004|
|Birth Place||Gifu, Japan|
|School Name||High School|
|College Name||Primary University|
|Net Worth, Salary||Not Known|
Kokomo Murase Physical Status
|Height||In centimeters- 153 cm|
In meters- 1.53 m
In Feet Inches-5.01
|Weight||In Kilograms- 45 kgIn Pounds- 99 lbs|
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||5 US|
Kokomo Murase Achievements
Kokomo is a Japanese-born snowboarder. She made her World Cup debut in Beijing in December 2019, where she finished fifth in the Big Air. At the following World Cup in Atlanta, she achieved her first podium finish in a World Cup with a second place in Big Air. She won bronze medals in slopestyle and big wind at the Winter X-Games 2020 in Aspen and silver medals in slopestyle at the X-Games Norway 2020 in Hafjell.
Kokomo Murase Facts
- Kokomo was born in Gifu, Japan.
- He is a famous Japanese snowboarder.
- In May 2018, she won the Big Air Gold Medal at the X-Games Norway in Forbes, becoming the youngest person to compete in the Winter X-Games.
- At the 2018 World Junior Snowboard Championships in Cordona, she won gold in both Slope Style and Big Wind.
- At the World Cup, she finished second twice and thus finished second at the Freestyle, Slope Style and Big Air World Cups.