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TSUBAKI MIKI

Under the guidance of her father who is the former JSBA (Japan Snowboarding Association) Technical Championship winner (JSBA authorized demonstrator), she started snowboarding at the age of four, and in the sixth grade of elementary school, she won the All Japan Junior Snowboarding Technical Championships of the SAJ (All Japan Ski Federation) in the elementary school section at the time of surpassing junior and senior high school students. She became the youngest professional alpine snowboarder in history at the age of 11. In her first year as a pro, she ranked 3rd in the PSA ASIA professional rankings (alpine Girls 3rd/2015-16) and won the Rookie of the Year Award.
In the 1st year of junior high school, which is the second year of the professional, she won the PSA ASIA Pro Ranking annually (1st place in alpine girls / 2016-17) and also won the Best Rider of the year.She also participated in 5 rounds of junior races held overseas and won all 5 rounds.In 2017, in the second year of junior high school, selected as a designated youth to strengthen the SAJ national team.In 2018,she won the series championship of women under 15 years old in the Alpe Adria Snowboard Cup 2017/18 against European countries.
In January 2019, when she was 15 years old, she was selected as the youngest representative in Japan to participate in the "2018-19 FIS Snowboard World Cup".Going forward, she will participate in international competitions in the United States and Europe in order to acquire the participation rights for the Beijing Winter Olympics held in 2022.
Cataler Corporation will support the activities of Miki, who will challenge strong opponents in Japan and overseas and jump to the next stage.

Under the guidance of her father who is the former JSBA (Japan Snowboarding Association) Technical Championship winner (JSBA authorized demonstrator), she started snowboarding at the age of four, and in the sixth grade of elementary school, she won the All Japan Junior Snowboarding Technical Championships of the SAJ (All Japan Ski Federation) in the elementary school section at the time of surpassing junior and senior high school students. She became the youngest professional alpine snowboarder in history at the age of 11. In her first year as a pro, she ranked 3rd in the PSA ASIA professional rankings (alpine Girls 3rd/2015-16) and won the Rookie of the Year Award.
In the 1st year of junior high school, which is the second year of the professional, she won the PSA ASIA Pro Ranking annually (1st place in alpine girls / 2016-17) and also won the Best Rider of the year.She also participated in 5 rounds of junior races held overseas and won all 5 rounds.In 2017, in the second year of junior high school, selected as a designated youth to strengthen the SAJ national team.In 2018,she won the series championship of women under 15 years old in the Alpe Adria Snowboard Cup 2017/18 against European countries.
In January 2019, when she was 15 years old, she was selected as the youngest representative in Japan to participate in the "2018-19 FIS Snowboard World Cup".Going forward, she will participate in international competitions in the United States and Europe in order to acquire the participation rights for the Beijing Winter Olympics held in 2022.
Cataler Co., Ltd. will support the activities of Miki, who will challenge strong opponents in Japan and overseas and jump to the next stage.

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TSUBAKI MIKI

CAREER

2019
(16 years old)
Be selected as the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Torchbearer in Shizuoka Prefecture
2019
(15 years old)
Snowboard Parallel event at the 25th All Japan Championship, She won the youngest in history.
2019
(15 years old)
18-19 FIS Snowboard World Cup parallel events, the youngest ever listing
2018
(15 years old)
18-19 All Japan Ski Association National Team Strengthening designation Designated as U team
2017
(14 years old)
Appointed Kakegawa City Ambassador
17-18 All Japan Ski Association National Team Strengthening designation Youth designation
Alpe Adria Snowboard Cup 2017/18 Winner, etc.
2016
(13 years old)
Won the Kakegawa City Athletic Association Special Achievement Award
PSA ASIA Pro Round 1 and Round 2 Winner, etc.
2015
(12 years old)
Professional registration
PSA ASIA Pro-Am Round 3 3rd, etc.
2014
(11 years old)
JSBA All Japan Championship participation
PSA ASIA Pro-Am Round 1 4th etc.
2013
(10 years old)
JSBA All Japan Championship participation
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RESULT

2020.03.02 Canada FIS SNOWBOARD North American Cup Blue Mountain (CAN) Women's PGS 5th
2020.03.01 Canada FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Blue Mountain (CAN) Women's PGS 16th
2020.02.29 Canada FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Blue Mountain (CAN) Women's PGS 18th
2020.02.22 Korea FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Pyeongchang (KOR) Women's PGS 13th
2020.02.09 Switzerland FIS SNOWBOARD EUROPEAN CUP Lenzerheide (SUI) Women's PSL 2nd
2020.02.08 Switzerland FIS SNOWBOARD EUROPEAN CUP Lenzerheide (SUI) Women's PSL 3rd
2020.01.26 Italy FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Piancavallo (ITA) PSL Team 13th
2020.01.25 Italy FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Piancavallo (ITA) Women's PSL 11th
2020.01.18 Slovenia FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Rogla (SLO) Women's PGS 14th
2020.01.15 Austria FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Bad Gastein (AUT) PSL Team 21st
2020.01.14 Austria FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Bad Gastein (AUT) Women's PSL 16th
2020.01.11 Switzerland FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Scuol (SUI) Women's PGS 42nd
2019.12.19 Italy FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Carezza (ITA) Women's PGS 19th
2019.12.14 Italy FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Cortina d Ampezzo (ITA) Women's PGS 24th
2019.12.08 Russia FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Bannoye (RUS) Women's PGS 18th
2019.12.07 Russia FIS SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP Bannoye (RUS) Women's PSL 20th

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MESSAGE

Hello, this is Alpine snowboarder Tsubaki Miki.

I started snowboarding at age 4, and my first participation in a small alpine competition was age 6.

There is a possibility of injury during practice or expedition, as I compete for speed while drawing the fastest course by balancing myself so that I won't fall while sliding at 70 km/h or more.
But I love the feeling of running through the wind, curving using centrifugal force and doing this competition which is surrounded by great nature.

I have had 2 goals since I was in the third year of elementary school, which is "becoming the world's best player in the alpine snowboarding race" and "winning the Winter Olympics ".
Though detailed planning, training, and meal management efforts that have been accumulated over the years will continue to be increasingly necessary in the future,In addition, I feel it is essential that I receive the support and cooperation of my stakeholders.

Until I was injured in 2018, I had been attending the competition with the desire to win a gold medal and wanted to medal on the neck of those who were supporting me. Now, in addition to that, I have come to think about "the significance of being an athlete myself."
I want to be an athlete who will give someone else a chance to think, "Let's work hard too!" through the way I compete as an athlete, and I want to be helpful. I believe.

I will continue to make my utmost efforts to face the alpine snowboard.
Thank you for your support!

Tsubaki Miki
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