Timothy Koleto Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Nationality, Ethnicity

Timothy Koleto Family

Timothy Koleto Family and Parents – Timothy Koleto is an American-born Japanese ice dancer. With his wife he is the 2020 NHK Trophy gold medalist know all about him in this Blog.

Timothy Koleto is an American-born Japanese ice dancer. With his wife, Misato Komatsubara, he is the 2020 NHK Trophy gold medalist and a four-time Japanese national champion. Earlier in his career, Koleto competed with Yura Min for South Korea, winning the 2014 national title and placing tenth at the 2014 Four Continents. He also competed with Thea Rabe for Norway.

Timothy Koleto Wiki Bio

Real Name Tim Koleto
Date of Birth 17 June 1991 
Age ( As per 2022 ) 30 years
Place of Birth Kalispell, Montana, United States
Nationality Japanese
Ethnicity  White
Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner Kalispell Montana
Children Not Known
Mother Not Known
Father Not Known
Siblings Not Known
Education Graduation
Profession American-Japanese Ice dancer

Timothy Koleto Familyy, Parents

Koleto was born June 17, 1991, in Kalispell, Montana. He is studying Japanese. Koleto became a Japanese citizen on November 19, 2020.Tim Koleto‘s ethnicity is White. He was born and hails from Kalispell, Montana, the United States that’s why he holds American-Japanese nationality.

Timothy Koleto Wife, Children

Timothy Koleto Wife

Tim Koleto married with his beautiful wife Kalispell Montana married in 2017.However there is no any information the couple have any kid.

Timothy Koleto  Net Worth

Tim Koleto has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.He is creating a good fortune as ice dancer , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Name Tim Koleto
Net Worth ( 2022 ) $1 Million – $2 Million
Income Source American – Japanese ice dancer
Annual Income / Salary Under Review
Last Update 2022

Timothy Koleto  Career

Koleto began learning to skate in 1998.He placed 6th in the junior men’s category at the 2012 U.S. Championships. He dislocated his knee and partially tore his hamstring and lateral collateral ligament while practicing a triple Axel jump in June 2012.During practice in December, he twisted his ankle and tore the tibiofibular ligament.

Koleto switched to ice dancing and teamed up with Yura Min in April 2013.They placed 9th at the 2013 Ukrainian Open in December 2013.They placed eighth at an ISU Challenger Series event, the 2014 CS Nebelhorn Trophy. They finished fifth at their last event together, the International Cup of Nice in October 2014. Igor Shpilband and Greg Zuerlein coached them in Novi, Michigan.

Koleto had tryouts with Norway’s Thea Rabe in November 2014 in Lyon, France, and the following month in Novi, Michigan. They agreed to skate together for Norway. In May 2015, Rabe moved to the United States to train with Koleto.Igor Shpilband, Adrienne Lenda, Fabian Bourzat, and Greg Zuerlein coached the team in Novi, Michigan.

Making their international debut for Japan, Komatsubara/Koleto placed 8th at the CS Lombardia Trophy in September 2017. They finished 10th at their sole Grand Prix event, the 2017 NHK Trophy. In December, the two won the silver medal at the 2017–18 Japan Championships.

They placed 10th at the 2018 Four Continents Championships with a historic personal best score of 138.18. They placed 4th at the 2018 Toruń Cup. Komatsubara/Koleto finished the season at the 2021 World Team Trophy, where they placed fifth in both of their segments of the competition and Team Japan won the bronze medal.

Tim Koleto Olympics 2022

The 2021–22 Japan Championships, the final national qualification event for the 2022 Winter Olympics, pitted Komatsubara/Koleto against Muramoto/Takahashi for the second time that season. They won the rhythm dance despite Komatsubara having a twizzle error due to their rivals both falling. Second in the free dance, they won the title overall, and were subsequently named to the Japanese Olympic team.