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Evan Nagao was only three years old when his dad, Alan Nagao taught him how to yo-yo. Evan's father is also the owner of a former yo-yo shop in Hawaii, and was also responsible for forming THP, the legendary yo-yo demonstration team which was partly responsible for the widespread yo-yo boom during the 1990's.

In 2009, Evan became a sponsored player for YoYoFactory.

In June 2016, Evan's first signature series yo-yo, the YoYoFactory Edge, was released. 

In October 2017, he became the 2017 U.S. National 1A Champion, wiping out the three-time National 1A Champion, Gentry Stein.

Shortly afterwards, Evan released a new plastic signature model, the Wedge.

In 2018, Evan Nagao took the 1A world championship title using the Edge Beyond yo-yo at the World Yo-Yo Contest.

Signature Yo-yo(s)

Achievements

2010

  • California State Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 10th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - No information
  • Southwest Regional Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 6th Place

2014

  • U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 6th Place

2015

  • U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 5th Place

2016

  • Pacific Northwest Regional Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 1st Place
  • California State Yo-Yo Championship - 1A Division - 4th Place
  • U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 4th Place

2017

  • Pacific Nortwest Regional Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Divison - 4th Place
  • European Yo-Yo Championship - Open 1A - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 6th Place
  • U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 1st Place

2018

  • Pacific Northwest Regional Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 4th Place
  • U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 1st Place 

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