Nana Takagi in 2018
|Born||2 July 1992|
|Height||1.55 m (5 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||45 kg (99 lb)|
|Achievements and titles|
|Highest world ranking||14 (mass start)|
She made her World Cup debut in November 2013. As of September 2014, Takagi has one World Cup podium finish, as part of the Japanese team pursuit squad at Heerenveen in 2013–14. Her best individual finish is 5th in a 5000 m race at Astana in 2013–14. Her best overall finish in the World Cup is 14th, in the 2013–14 mass start.
Takagi competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics for Japan. In the 1500 metres she placed 32nd. She was also part of the Japanese team pursuit squad, which won their semi-final, before losing to the Netherlands in the semi-final and to Russia in the bronze medal final, ending up 4th overall.
In 2015 Nana Takagi became a world champion, when in the 2015 World Single Distance Championships she won the gold medal in the team pursuit where she participated together with her sister Miho Takagi and compatriot Ayaka Kikuchi.
World Cup podiums
|16 March 2014||2011–12||Heerenveen||Team pursuit|
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