14 Facts About Beatrisa Liang


Beatrisa "Bebe" Liang was born on March 31,1988 and is an American retired figure skater.

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Beatrisa Liang is the 2006 Four Continents bronze medalist, 2006 Nebelhorn Trophy champion, and 2007 US national pewter medalist.

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Beatrisa Liang was assigned to the 2002 World Junior Championships and placed fourth.

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The following season, Beatrisa Liang won a pair of silver medals on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series and qualified for the JGP Final, where she placed fourth.

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Beatrisa Liang finished sixth at the 2003 World Junior Championships.

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In 2004, Beatrisa Liang changed coaches to Christy Ness in Oakland, California, commuting five hours each day.

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Beatrisa Liang placed fifth at the 2005 US Championships and was assigned to the 2005 Four Continents Championships where she placed seventh.

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In May 2005, Beatrisa Liang changed coaches to Frank Carroll and Ken Congemi at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California.

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Beatrisa Liang won bronze at the 2005 Nebelhorn Trophy and placed fourth at the 2005 Skate America.

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Beatrisa Liang was one of four figure skaters featured on the 2006 TLC series Ice Diaries.

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Beatrisa Liang is currently the head coach for the Los Angeles Ice Theater Junior Team, previously coaching the Novice Team.

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Beatrisa Liang led the Novice team to two National silver medals and 8th place at the 2015 Nations Cup and the Junior team to a pewter medal at the 2016 National Theater on Ice Championships.

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Beatrisa Liang is a part of C O S M I C dance crew.

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Beatrisa Liang excels in many genres of dance: ballet, modern, hip hop and contemporary.

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