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    Japanese Regional and Sectional

    Results are here:
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...0/fs/index.htm(only Japanese)

    Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional(Sept. 25-27)
    Senior Men
    1. Hayato Odajima 155.01
    2. Takumi Suenaga 139.46
    3. Naoto Saito 139.29

    Senior Ladies
    1. Shion Kokubun 137.71
    4. Nanoha Sato 107.71

    Junior Men
    1. Yuzuru Hanyu 189.52

    Junior Ladies
    4. Mari Suzuki 115.75

    Chubu Regional(Sept. 25-27)
    Senior Men
    1. Takahiko Kozuka 224.97
    2. Takahito Mura 214.41

    Senior Ladies
    1. Akiko Suzuki 182.06
    2. Ayumi Goto 140.76
    3. Mayumi Hioki 130.04
    4. Ayane Nakamura 120.54
    5. Asuka Miyamoto 113.84
    6. Rumi Suizu 113.73

    WD Mai Asada....

    Junior Ladies
    1. Kanako Murakami 164.53

    Kanto Regional(Sept. 25-27)
    Senior Men
    1. Hirokazu Kobayashi 168.95

    Junior Men
    1. Takuya Kondo 123.12

    Junior Ladies
    1. Mika Nakamura 124.30

    Chu-Shikoku-Kyushu Regional(Oct. 2-4)
    Senior Men
    1. Takemochi Ogami 190.40
    2. Yasuharu Nanri 167.16
    3. Tomoyuki Koriyama 162.87
    4. Kensuke Nakaniwa 154.79

    Junior Men
    1. Sei Kawahara 157.91(2008-09 Japanese Novice Champion!)
    2. Keiji Tanaka 151.64

    Junior Ladies
    1. Yukiko Fujisawa 145.27
    2. Kako Tomotaki 126.70

    Tokyo Regional(Oct. 10-12)
    Kinki Regional(Oct. 10-12)

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    Did Daisuke Murakami compete in any of these regionals or sectionals? If so, how did he do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Did Daisuke Murakami compete in any of these regionals or sectionals? If so, how did he do?
    Daisuke Murakami was third at Japanese Junior Championships, so he was placed to seeded skater.
    He don't have to compete in any of these regionals or sectionals.

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    Good deal! I really liked his SP at Nebelhorn. (haven't seen a youtube of his LP yet) I hope we see more of him.

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    schedules are getting so crowded that skaters have a competitions every other week.

    Great scores from Murkami and Hanyu, Japanese seems to keep the scoring more under control and avoid giving big gifts at domestic competitions.
    Last edited by life684; 10-12-2009 at 06:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life684 View Post
    Great scores from Murkami and Hanyu, Japanese seems to keep the scoring more under control and give big gifts at domestic competitions.
    I wouldn't call Hanyu's domestic PCS a 'big gift': 26.65 (SP) and 53.10 (FP).
    While from the international panel in JGP in Zagreb he received resp 30.03 and 66.22.

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