Competitions in Japan
Western Japan FS competition for 9th graders or younger (August 12-15)
Junior ladies 7-8th class (FS only)
1 Kako Tomotaki 76.63 42.23 34.40 0.0
2 Miyabi Oba 73.19 42.59 33.60 3.0
3 Saya Suzuki 70.91 36.79 35.12 1.0
4 Miyu Nakashio 70.61 38.13 32.48 0.0
5 Ayana Yasuhara 67.72 35.44 33.28 1.0
Oba's 2A-3Lo was fully rotated but fell.
Junior ladies 6th class (FS only)
1 Ayaka Osamura 75.27 41.19 34.08 0.0
2 Ibuki Mori 74.25 38.37 36.88 1.0
3 Mai Hirono 72.16 39.84 32.32 0.0
Novice A ladies (FS only)
1 Satoko Miyahara 89.63 52.67 36.96 0.0
2 Riona Kato 72.59 38.43 34.16 0.0
3 Hinano Isobe 35.07 31.12 0.0
4 Akari Katagiri 65.55 34.67 30.88 0.0
Miyahara has mastered the real lutz and the 2A-3T. Quite impressive score and contents for a novice. She can seriously contend for the podium at Jr nationals. Kato's performance was not bad as the score. According to the JSF official site, Tomotaki and Miyahara are scheduled to participate Asian Trophy in Bangkok in late August (I can't find any information on this event).
Thanks for posting, I heard about this but I wasn't sure where to see the results! Amazing for Miyahara, she'll be one to watch in the future for sure, she'll probably have no problem winning the Asian Trophy... maybe I can hope that somewhere there will tape her?
Article on Asian Trophy
Japanese skater Satoko Miyahara, 12, was just too good, scoring 135.88 pts to win gold
Details will come later.
Thank you for this. I've tried finding the result of the Asian Trophy, but I could not. Anyway, Miyahara Won!! I hope she can get the JGP slot.
Originally Posted by NMURA
Would you start a thread re Asian Trophy if you get the details, as this is not the competition in Japan.
Mmh, with 12 years she can not get a JGP slot. She ist too young!
You're right. I've missed her age...
Originally Posted by Meli_Huber