February 17, 2022

Tomoa Narasaki Net Worth, Biography, Career, Personal Life

by Kevin

Tomoa Narasaki Net Worth: $4-6 Million

Tomoa Narasaki’s net worth is estimated to be around $4-6 million.

Most Important Facts about Tomoa Narasaki Life

Celebrated Name:Tomoa Narasaki
Real Name/Full Name:Tomoa Narasaki
Gender:Male
Birth Date:22 June 1996
Birth Place:Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan
Nationality:Japanese
Height:170 cm (5′ 6”)
Weight:58 kg (128 lb)
Eye Color:Black
Hair Color:Black
Parents Name:N/A
Siblings:Yes, Meichi Narasaki (brother)
School:N/A
College/University:N/A
Marital Status:Married
Wife/Spouse (Name):Akiyo Noguchi (2021)
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):N/A
Dating/Girlfriend (Name):Akiyo Noguchi (2021)
Zodiac Sign:Cancer
Books:N/A
Documentaries:N/A
Wikipedia:Tomoa_Narasaki
IMDB:N/A
Instagram:@tomoa_narasaki
LinkedIn:N/A
Twitter:N/A
Facebook:楢崎智亜 (Tomoa Narasaki)
YouTubeN/A
Official Website:N/A
Profession:Professional Rock Climber
Top 10 Male Climbers:Yes, he is part of the ranking best rock climbers in the world
Salary/year:N/A
Net Worth in 2022:$4-6 million
Last Updated:2022:

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Tomoa Narasaki’s Early Life and Biography

Tomoa Narasaki is one of the best sports climbers in the world. He was born in 1996, on 22nd June, in Utsunomiya, Japan. He began climbing at the age of 10 with Sachi Amma in the climbing gym.

Before then, he was training gear gymnastics. He began training at ten since he had a problem with his nerves when he was younger. 

Tomoa Narasaki won the Bouldering World Cup and Bouldering World Championship in 2016. His brother, Meichi Narasaki, is as well a pro sport climber.

Currently, Tomoa Narasaki is ranked as the best male climber worldwide. In addition, he is the current world cup and world, championship holder. 

Tomoa Narasaki’s Climbing Career

Since he was a young boy, Tomoa wanted to become a sports icon. When he was in elementary school, he did artistic gymnastics, though he stopped after some time since one of the routines became too intimidating, and he started looking for something new, hence climbing.

For his career, he decided to blend three disciplines; bouldering, leading, and speed climbing. While some people have come out to criticize his decision, he says he likes the challenge that these three disciplines present. So far, here is what he has achieved as a professional sports climber;

Olympic qualifiers

As mentioned above, Tomoa Narasaki began climbing at the age of 10, and since then, he has participated in multiple competitions and won most of them.

His most recent career move was when he made headlines with a double win in Japan. Tomoa was the only boulderer to top the boulders in the finals, completing two out of four, compared to none from his competitors Adam Ondra and Jakob Schubert

What’s more, Tomoa excels at the “parkour” style, which has become quite common in climbing competitions. The 2019 World Championships set ended up secluding some climbers who’re typically better at more traditional bouldering styles. 

All the same, Tomoa, along with another 3 Japanese climbers, qualified, and he was third overall with impressive results, though he was fourth in terms of speed. When it was time for the finals, he got 2nd place in speed climbing. 

He broke the status quo with more than two tops when bouldering while the other competitors only managed one. Jakob Schubert was a close second, though he won with the best overall score. 

Tomoa Nasaki’s qualifying position from the overall scores earned him a spot in the 2020 summer Olympics in Tokyo. Again, he got featured in GQ Japan on multiple occasions. Currently, he is an icon and among the first climbers to compete for the first-ever Olympic Gold. 

Bouldering

During the Climbing World Cup in 2018, Tomoa Narasaki came 2nd place in bouldering and combined, 16th in the lead.

In addition, in 2017, he came first in combined and 2nd place in bouldering. While 2019 was the first time for Tomoa to lead in the Combine Championships group, he was first in the bouldering world championships in 2016. 

On the other hand, he was 5th in the combined category in 2018 and 7th in the bouldering group. Honestly, this year was not that good for his rock-climbing career. In the 2019 Climbing World Cup, he took the Gold in both the bouldering and Combined categories. 

Lead climbing

Even though leading is not mainly a weakness for Narasaki, it is not necessarily his strong suit either. He lags in lead climbing compared to his results in other categories like bouldering and speed climbing. 

Tomoa has never won Gold in World Championships or World Cup competitions when lead climbing, though he has come second in independent Cups.

Due to his concentration on strength, his build allows him to perform independent moves decently. On the other hand, he regularly tires close to the end than somewhat leaner Lead climbing professionals. 

Speed climbing

Since he is a boulderer, Tomoa has excellent speed climbing duration and steadiness. In 2018, he was first in the Combined Cup in Japan and was able to break the speed record with 6.87 seconds.

This record was broken several times though Tomoa just broke it afresh in March 2021 at the Japan Climbing Cup at a remarkable 5.73 seconds. 

Tomoa Narasaki’s Personal Life

Not much is known about the personal life of professional climber Tomoa Narasaki; however, he married fellow sports climber Akiyo Noguchi. They tied the knot in 2021. Also, Tomoa is a non-vegetarian. 

Tomoa Narasaki’s Age, Height, and Weight

Seeing as Tomoa was born on 22nd June 1996, he is 25 years old. His height is 6 feet, and his weight stands at 68 Kgs. He always works out to maintain his weight and encourages others to work out. 

Tomoa Narasaki’s Awards, Achievements, Nominations

Here are some of the nominations and awards Tomoa Narasaki has.

  • 2011 – Asia’s Junior Vice-Champion
  • 2015 – Asia’s Junior Champion 
  • 2016 – He won the World Cup 
  • 2016 – During the World Championships, he bagged his first Gold medal in Japan for Bouldering and was also nominated for the World Games 2017 in Poland, where he completed at 5th place
  • 2017 – He won the World cup for combined and was second place in bouldering 
  • 2018 – He was second in the World Cup in both combined and bouldering and third place in the Combined Games in Asia
  • 2019 – Combination and Bouldering champion and winner in the Bouldering World Cup 
  • 2021 – He participated in the 2020 Olympic Games finals in Tokyo 

Tomoa Narasaki’s Movies, Documentaries, and Books

So far, Tomoa Narasaki has not been featured in any movies or documentaries. Similarly, there are no books written about him or based on him. 

Net Worth and Salary of Tomoa Narasaki

Tomoa Narasaki is among the most successful and richest professional sport climbers. He has a net worth of $4-6 million dollars. 

Tomoa Narasaki’s Endorsements

Presently, Tomoa is sponsored by Unparallel Climbing; he utilizes their footwear for bouldering and lead climbing. Besides, he is also sponsored by Friction labs chalk.

This is chalk utilized for improved climbing, coverage, and grip. He has endorsements from AU North face and has his climbing show, the TN Pro.

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About the author 

Kevin

Kevin loves bouldering. Mainly because he can practice it alone without considering other people. Although he rediscovered this hobby in the last three years, the boulders turned out to be his most visited landmarks.

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