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    Japanese Nationals

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    December 27th -29th, 2006
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    Takahashi and Oda over 80s again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tae04 View Post
    Takahashi and Oda over 80s again!
    Cool, so Takahashi must be recovered from "the illness" - well at least it would seem.

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    I really want Yukina Ota to win a place among the 3, after a long hiatus from figure skating! For me she is one of the best and well-rounded figure skaters from Japan!

    But with the intense field i doubt it if the Japanese Figure Skating Federation would allow another skater in the golden podium with the likes of Mao Asada, Miki Ando and Fumie Suguri!

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    Ladies SP

    Here are some Ladies SP Results from FSU (very incomplete)

    71.14 Mao Asada
    69.50 Miki Ando
    58.62 Yoshie Onda
    54.46 Yukina Ota
    52.90 Aki Sawada
    51.78 Nana Tekeda
    48.72 Akkiko Suzuki
    47.54 Satsuki Muramoto
    37.78 Haruka Miki
    35.86 Yuko Iwaki
    28.26 Mai Furukawa
    27.32 Mio Yamazaki

    Mai Asada, Yukari Nakano, Fumie Suguri still to skate....


    Some reports from FSU

    Onda...new program....3Lz+2T, 3F, 2A

    Ota...3T+2T, 3S, 2A....standing ovation

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    Thanks for the update...I'm dropping off to bed myself, but I was gonna ask, where's Suguri??? Then I saw that she's yet to skate, lol, phew.

    Good god, Mao. Getting 70+ again, but I guess since this is Nationals shouldn't take that score too seriously.

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    Ladies SP final result:

    Mao  71.14
    Ando  69.50
    Nakano  63.34
    Onda  58.62
    Suguri  58.56
    Mai  55.56
    Ota  54.46
    Sawada  52.90
    Takeda  51.78
    Suizu  51.10
    Suzuki  48.72
    Sone  48.14
    Muramoto  47.54
    Umetani  42.24
    Hagiwara  40.92
    Asami  38.24
    Haruka   37.78
    Miyamoto  36.88
    Iwaki  35.86
    Yamaguchi  33.60
    Nagumo  32.88
    Furukawa  28.26
    Yamazaki  27.32

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    Men's final result:

    Takahashi 85.55 170.53 256.08
    Oda 81.75 154.91 235.66
    Nanri 72.30 140.26 212.56
    Kanzaki 70.78 140.19 210.97
    Nakaniwa 68.25 132.83 201.08
    Kozuka 70.49 130.39 200.88
    Shibata  54.35 122.99 177.34
    Mura 51.60 124.85 176.45
    Umetani 57.80 115.14 172.94
    Ohgami   59.11 107.86 166.97
    Kitagaki  55.55 104.98 160.53
    Machida 60.44 *96.94 157.38
    Tamura   53.36 103.87 157.23
    Kobayashi 51.44 *98.17 149.61
    Nakagawa  48.09 *94.50 142.59
    Torii(N)  49.51 *91.31 140.82
    Tanabe   48.76 *90.31 139.07
    Torii(H)  40.97 *95.86 136.83
    Kambayashi 49.18 *81.73 130.91 
    Honda   40.54 *84.94 125.48
    Kimura   36.57 *77.11 113.68
    Kurimura  41.84 *65.46 107.30
    Namioka  39.28 *65.86 105.14
    Kamagata  31.20 *57.44 *88.64

    Not a good competition injury-wise, Kozuka injured himself in a warm-up and bombed both programs. Oda is suffering from a pain in the right knee and his jumps are getting unstable (he had problems with 3A and 3F in SP and 3-3-2 combo in LP, plus he fell on his second 3A). I'm worried about his policy of "If something goes wrong, I'll just practice harder". The pain has started at NHK and his jumps are becoming steadily worse ever since. :(

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    It could be Nobunari is going into a slump which all athletes and teams do during their eligible and even professional careers. Oda is a beautiful skater and when he snaps out of the slump, he will be a gold contender again.

    I'm just hoping that knee is ok.

    Joe

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    Well, Takahashi just scored the second highest total in the history of the CoP. (Plushenko had 258.33 at the Olympics.)

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    And he did it in Japan. with Japanes judges!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    Well, Takahashi just scored the second highest total in the history of the CoP. (Plushenko had 258.33 at the Olympics.)
    He may have had the second highest score in history, but he has the highest score for the freeskating only...plush had 167.67......dai had 170.53 or sumthin like that

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    Ladies LP result:

    1 Mao ASADA Chukyo Senior High School 140.62 76.38 64.24 8.20 7.80 8.15 8.05 7.95 0.00 #21
    2 Yukari NAKANO Waseda Univ 116.38 59.94 57.44 7.30 6.95 7.20 7.10 7.35 -1.00 #20
    3 Miki ANDO Toyota Motr 116.15 57.15 60.00 7.70 7.25 7.55 7.55 7.45 -1.00 #23
    4 Fumie SUGURI avex 114.00 54.00 60.00 7.65 7.30 7.45 7.50 7.60 0.00 #22
    5 Yoshie ONDA Tokai Gakuen University 104.68 51.80 52.88 6.80 6.45 6.65 6.65 6.50 0.00 #19
    6 Aki SAWADA KYOTO NISHI HIGH. 103.58 55.02 48.56 6.35 5.95 6.05 5.95 6.05 0.00 #17
    7 Nana TAKEDA Nihonbashi Jogakan 101.12 54.20 47.92 6.15 5.75 6.10 5.85 6.10 -1.00 #13
    8 Satsuki MURAMOTO 98.85 55.49 43.36 5.60 5.20 5.55 5.30 5.45 0.00 #9
    9 Akiko SUZUKI Tohoku Fukushi University 96.50 48.10 48.40 6.25 5.85 6.05 6.00 6.10 0.00 #16
    10 Rumi SUIZU 93.46 48.78 45.68 5.95 5.55 5.70 5.60 5.75 -1.00 #14
    11 Mai ASADA 92.72 41.32 52.40 6.70 6.35 6.50 6.55 6.65 -1.00 #24
    12 Yuki UMETANI 88.57 48.57 40.00 5.40 4.80 5.10 4.95 4.75 0.00 #10
    13 Yukina OHTA DOSHISHA F.SKATING CLUB 88.16 37.08 52.08 6.45 6.25 6.55 6.55 6.75 -1.00 #15
    14 Emi HIRAI KANSAI UNIV SKATING CLUB 85.01 44.29 40.72 5.35 4.85 5.15 5.10 5.00 0.00 #7
    15 Haruka MIKI KANSAI UNIV SKATING CLUB 79.87 42.31 38.56 5.15 4.65 4.85 4.75 4.70 -1.00 #6
    16 Ayumi MIYAMOTO 77.66 40.14 37.52 5.00 4.50 4.65 4.65 4.65 0.00 #1
    17 Sayaka YODO 73.95 35.83 39.12 5.20 4.75 4.85 4.90 4.75 -1.00 #8
    18 Miki SONE 72.95 29.35 43.60 5.45 5.20 5.40 5.45 5.75 0.00 #18
    19 Sachie YAMAGUCHI Nihon Univ 71.81 35.41 36.40 4.70 4.45 4.50 4.45 4.65 0.00 #2
    20 Kazuha ASAMI Nihon Univ 71.46 34.58 36.88 4.80 4.45 4.65 4.55 4.60 0.00 #11
    21 Yuko IWAKI Chukyo Senior High School 68.12 34.04 34.08 4.45 4.10 4.20 4.30 4.25 0.00 #5
    22 Nagisa HAYASHI 65.98 32.18 34.80 4.50 4.05 4.35 4.40 4.45 -1.00 #3
    23 Ayako HAGIWARA Meiji Univ 63.53 25.77 37.76 4.95 4.50 4.75 4.70 4.70 0.00 #12
    24 Asami NAGUMO 56.53 25.05 32.48 4.25 3.90 4.00 4.10 4.05 -1.00 #4


    Miki Ando seems to have injured herself during the performance and had to stop performing. She's still second overall, though.
    Yukari Nakano went for the 3A, but fell.
    Mao Asada skated perfectly clean.
    Fumie Suguri had some problems with jumps at the end of the program, she doubled the flip and stepped out of it and underrotated & 2-footed her 3S.

    Ladies final result:

    1. Mao ASADA Chukyo Senior High School 1 1 211.76
    2. Miki ANDO Toyota Motr 2 3 185.65
    3. Yukari NAKANO Waseda Univ 3 2 179.72
    4. Fumie SUGURI avex 5 4 172.56
    5. Yoshie ONDA Tokai Gakuen University 4 5 163.30
    6. Aki SAWADA KYOTO NISHI HIGH. 8 6 156.48
    7. Nana TAKEDA Nihonbashi Jogakan 9 7 152.90
    8. Mai ASADA 6 11 148.28
    9. Satsuki MURAMOTO 13 8 146.39
    10. Akiko SUZUKI Tohoku Fukushi University 11 9 145.22
    11. Rumi SUIZU 10 10 144.56
    12. Yukina OHTA DOSHISHA F.SKATING CLUB 7 13 142.62
    13. Yuki UMETANI 15 12 130.81
    14. Emi HIRAI KANSAI UNIV SKATING CLUB 17 14 124.11
    15. Miki SONE 12 18 121.09
    16. Sayaka YODO 14 17 118.37
    17. Haruka MIKI KANSAI UNIV SKATING CLUB 19 15 117.65
    18. Ayumi MIYAMOTO 21 16 114.54
    19. Kazuha ASAMI Nihon Univ 18 20 109.70
    20. Sachie YAMAGUCHI Nihon Univ 23 19 105.61
    21. Ayako HAGIWARA Meiji Univ 16 23 104.45
    22. Yuko IWAKI Chukyo Senior High School 22 21 103.98
    23. Nagisa HAYASHI 20 22 103.68
    24. Asami NAGUMO 24 24 89.41

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    The Japanese Team for the World Championships has been named.

    Dance:
    Watanabe-Kido

    Men:
    Daisuke Takahashi
    Nobunari Oda

    Ladies:
    Mao Asada
    Miki Ando
    Yukari Nakano

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    Nakano going to Worlds...

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