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    Junior Nationals

    Japanese Junior National Championships
    (November 26-28, Ibaraki)

    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...l_jr/index.htm

    Men (30 in total)
    Kento Nakamura (E1 155.60)
    Ryuju Hino (W1 192.53)
    Keiji Tanaka (W2 173.93)
    Ryuichi Kihara (W3 167.62)
    Yoji Tsuboi (W4 154.45)
    Sei Kawahara (W6 135.05)
    Shoma Uno (N1)

    Ladies (30 in total)
    Risa Shoji (E1 140.15)
    Roanna Sari Oshikawa (E2 126.74)
    Karen Kemanai (E3 125.71)
    Yuki Nishino (E7 118.35)
    Kako Tomotaki (W1 143.24)
    Miyabi Oba (W2 140.39)
    Yukiko Fujisawa (W3 136.45)
    Riona Kato (N1)
    Satoko Miyahara (N2)

    Top 4 of novice men and ladies are "invited."


    I've found Satoko Miyahara's latest FS (Kyoto Prefectural FS competition)
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/local/201...s/data0405.pdf

    This is quite impressive. Seven triples including two 3lutz and two 2A-3T!

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    Thank you! That is impressive.

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    The competition begins in less than two hours.
    Looks like online results are provided this year.

    12:40 Ice Dance
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/.../data0303.htm1

    1 Komatsubara/Mizutani

    13:00 Men
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...r/data0103.htm

    1 Sei Kawahara
    6 Kento Nakamura
    11 Kosuke Nozoe
    14 Ryuju Hino
    16 Fumiya Itai
    18 Keiji Tanaka
    19 Shoma Uno
    26 Ryuichi Kihara
    27 Satoshi Nakamura
    28 Yoji Tsuboi

    17:10 Ladies
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...r/data0203.htm

    1 Yuka Toyama
    2 Yukiko Fujisawa
    3 Yuki Nishino
    6 Risa Shoji
    7 Ibuki Mori
    8 Miu Sato
    9 Rina Kondo
    14 Satoko Miyahara
    15 Ayana Yasuhara
    16 Roanna Sari Oshikawa
    17 Rin Nitaya
    19 Hinano Isobe
    20 Saya Suzuki
    21 Riona Kato
    23 Karen Kemanai
    24 Kako Tomotaki
    30 Miyabi Oba

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    Ice Dance SD
    1 Misato Komatsubara/Kokoro Mizutani 44.02 24.30 19.72 0.0

    Men SP
    1 Kento Nakamura 60.73 30.88 29.85 0.0
    2 Ryuju Hino 58.33 32.28 26.05 0.0
    3 Shoma Uno 57.62 30.42 27.20 0.0
    4 Ryuichi Kihara 51.99 25.34 26.65 0.0
    5 Daisuke Isozaki 51.45 27.20 24.25 0.0
    6 Yoji Tsuboi 51.14 26.24 25.90 1.0
    7 Jun Suzuki 49.57 25.32 24.25 0.0
    8 Kosuke Nozoe 48.77 25.72 23.05 0.0
    9 Fumiya Itai 47.45 22.10 26.35 1.0
    10 Sei Kawahara 46.45 25.70 21.75 1.0
    11 Kohei Yoshino 45.67 21.52 24.15 0.0
    12 Kazuki Tomono 45.44 21.64 23.80 0.0
    13 Kaoru Tsuji 44.63 22.28 22.35 0.0
    14 Kota Tadano 44.30 23.40 20.90 0.0
    15 Ryuichi Chiba 43.15 22.10 22.05 1.0
    16 Yuta Onuma 43.00 20.90 22.10 0.0
    17 Ryoichi Eguchi 42.30 21.20 21.10 0.0
    18 Yukihiro Watanabe 42.10 18.80 23.30 0.0
    19 Keiji Tanaka 42.08 16.38 25.70 0.0
    20 Shu Nakamura 41.00 19.60 22.40 1.0
    21 Daichi Miyata 40.74 20.94 19.80 0.0
    22 Yui Wada 40.73 19.38 21.35 0.0
    23 Satoshi Nakamura 40.70 19.90 21.80 1.0
    24 Hiroki Honda 40.69 19.64 21.05 0.0
    25 Eiki Hattori 40.44 17.24 23.20 0.0
    26 Shoya Ichihashi 38.17 18.42 19.75 0.0
    27 Hiroaki Sato 38.16 17.76 21.40 1.0
    28 Taichi Honda 35.68 15.38 21.30 1.0
    29 Masataka Nakajima 34.10 14.10 20.00 0.0
    30 Kyohei Uetake 34.04 15.34 18.70 0.0

    Ladies SP
    1 Risa Shoji 56.56 33.28 23.28 0.0
    2 Kako Tomotaki 50.20 29.56 20.64 0.0
    3 Roanna Sari Oshikawa 49.50 27.26 22.24 0.0
    4 Saya Ueno 48.86 28.26 20.60 0.0
    5 Yuki Nishino 48.54 27.34 22.20 1.0
    6 Haruna Suzuki 46.76 26.40 20.36 0.0
    7 Miyabi Oba 45.18 26.34 19.84 1.0
    8 Karen Kemanai 44.88 23.40 21.48 0.0
    9 Rin Nitaya 43.82 26.38 18.44 1.0
    10 Satoko Miyahara 43.74 26.66 18.08 1.0
    11 Miu Sato 43.64 24.56 20.08 1.0
    12 Saya Suzuki 43.22 24.90 18.32 0.0
    13 Honoka Kawanishi 42.80 24.20 18.60 0.0
    14 Ayaka Hosoda 42.48 23.80 18.68 0.0
    15 Sara Imamura 42.12 23.84 18.28 0.0
    16 Yuka Toyama 41.96 23.80 18.16 0.0
    17 Rina Kondo 41.00 19.80 21.20 0.0
    18 Ayana Yasuhara 40.68 23.60 17.08 0.0
    19 Miyu Nakashio 40.30 22.66 17.64 0.0
    20 Kanade Hasegawa 40.06 21.38 18.68 0.0
    21 Yukiko Fujisawa 39.56 20.48 19.08 0.0
    22 Rika Hongo 39.40 21.00 18.40 0.0
    23 Shiori Tanikawa 39.06 21.74 17.32 0.0
    24 Hinano Isobe 38.58 21.62 16.96 0.0
    25 Mayu Kushida 37.86 20.98 16.88 0.0
    26 Riona Kato 37.46 21.02 17.44 1.0
    27 Mio Sato 36.10 19.26 17.84 1.0
    28 Ibuki Mori 35.66 20.10 17.56 2.0
    29 Risa Sawai 34.86 18.34 16.52 0.0
    30 Mai Hirono 33.90 17.26 16.64 0.0

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    Good score for Risa!
    Happy to see Kako Tomotaki so high, I really thought she should've gotten a JGP this year. Never seen Saya Ueno skate, how old is she? What is her skating like, any videos?

    Sad to see Yukiko Fujisawa so low, though :(

    Is Shion Kokubun not competing for a JW spot? How will they get decided?

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    I'm so sad about Yukiko, Keiji too. I hope they move up in the FS.

    Usually junior worlds spots are decided by Junior nats but I think this year they're going to take senior nationals performances in to consideration as well.

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    Ice Dance
    1. Misato Komatsubara/Kokoro Mizutani (1) (1) 59.85 29.60 31.25 1.0 103.87

    Men
    1. Kento Nakamura (1) (2) 115.27 54.27 62.00 1.0 176.00
    2. Ryuichi Kihara (4) (1) 123.75 64.95 58.80 0.0 175.74
    3. Ryuju Hino (2) (3) 104.64 54.44 51.20 1.0 162.97
    4. Shoma Uno (3) (8) 94.42 46.02 52.40 4.0 152.04
    5. Yoji Tsuboi (6) (7) 96.95 43.55 54.40 1.0 148.09
    6. Fumiya Itai (9) (4) 99.58 46.58 54.00 1.0 147.03
    7. Sei Kawahara (10) (6) 97.37 52.97 45.40 1.0 143.82
    8. Jun Suzuki (7) (9) 93.73 45.33 48.40 0.0 143.30
    9. Keiji Tanaka (19) (5) 98.38 46.98 51.40 0.0 140.46
    10. Kosuke Nozoe (8) (10) 90.76 46.86 45.90 2.0 139.53
    11. Daisuke Isozaki (5) (16) 81.62 34.72 48.90 2.0 133.07
    12. Kohei Yoshino (11) (12) 86.36 41.96 46.40 2.0 132.03
    13. Satoshi Nakamura (23) (11) 88.67 45.77 43.90 1.0 129.37
    14. Yuta Onuma (16) (14) 84.65 40.95 44.70 1.0 127.65
    15. Kazuki Tomono (12) (15) 82.11 36.21 46.90 1.0 127.55
    16. Shu Nakamura (20) (13) 85.81 43.71 43.10 1.0 126.81
    17. Kota Tadano (14) (17) 79.89 38.39 41.50 0.0 124.19
    18. Kaoru Tsuji (13) (20) 76.71 33.21 44.50 1.0 121.34
    19. Daichi Miyata (21) (18) 79.29 38.79 40.50 0.0 120.03
    20. Yukihiro Watanabe (18) (19) 77.71 33.51 45.20 1.0 119.81
    21. Ryuichi Chiba (15) (21) 76.62 34.32 42.30 0.0 119.77
    22. Ryoichi Eguchi (17) (23) 72.97 30.87 42.10 0.0 115.27
    23. Hiroki Honda (24) (22) 73.92 34.62 41.30 2.0 114.61
    24. Yui Wada (22) (24) 68.83 30.13 40.70 2.0 109.56

    Kento Nakamura was definitely gifted.... IMO, unworthy of the title. Kihara's FS was perfect -- seven triples without the 3A. Uncharacteristic four falls from Uno. Tanaka has singled all 3A attempts. Probably the top 7 excluding Uno will be invited Sr Nationals.

    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    Is Shion Kokubun not competing for a JW spot? How will they get decided?
    They will select the most appropriate athletes from (1) Top 3 of JGP standings, (2) Top 3 of Junior Nationals, (3) Top 3 of junior skaters competed at Senior Nationals, (4) Top 3 of world standings.

    Kokubun fills the first condition, but the placements at Sr Nationals will be the most important criteria.

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    Ladies
    1 Risa Shoji (1) (1) 101.86 54.90 46.96 0.0 158.42
    2 Kako Tomotaki (2) (3) 97.08 55.40 41.68 0.0 147.28
    3 Miyabi Oba (7) (2) 99.03 56.79 42.24 0.0 144.21
    4 Satoko Miyahara (10) (4) 96.49 57.37 39.12 0.0 140.23
    5 Yuki Nishino (5) (6) 88.56 41.84 46.72 0.0 137.10
    6 Saya Ueno (4) (9) 87.89 45.09 42.80 0.0 136.75
    7 Roanna Sari Oshikawa (3) (11) 86.12 40.60 45.52 0.0 135.62
    8 Haruna Suzuki (6) (8) 87.92 45.76 42.16 0.0 134.68
    9 Karen Kemanai (8) (7) 88.09 44.73 43.36 0.0 132.97
    10 Honoka Kawanishi (13) (10) 86.33 47.69 38.64 0.0 129.13
    11 Yukiko Fujisawa (21) (5) 89.46 49.62 39.84 0.0 129.02
    12 Yuka Toyama (16) (12) 82.60 46.12 36.48 0.0 124.56
    13 Rin Nitaya (9) (15) 79.07 43.35 36.72 1.0 122.89
    14 Miu Sato (11) (16) 77.77 38.53 40.24 1.0 121.41
    15 Rina Kondo (17) (13) 80.21 40.81 40.40 1.0 121.21
    16 Ayana Yasuhara (18) (14) 79.54 44.10 35.44 0.0 120.22
    17 Saya Suzuki (12) (17) 77.00 38.04 38.96 0.0 120.22
    18 Sara Imamura (15) (18) 76.39 41.11 35.28 0.0 118.51
    19 Rika Hongo (22) (19) 74.70 42.46 34.24 2.0 114.10
    20 Ayaka Hosoda (14) (22) 70.19 34.79 36.40 1.0 112.67
    21 Miyu Nakashio (19) (21) 70.99 38.03 32.96 0.0 111.29
    22 Hinano Isobe (24) (20) 71.48 38.12 33.36 0.0 110.06
    23 Kanade Hasegawa (20) (23) 68.27 33.59 35.68 1.0 108.33
    24 Shiori Tanikawa (23) (24) 65.05 31.49 34.56 1.0 104.11

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    Satoko Miyahara did 7 triples in the free and that's more than impressive for a novice lady. Received quite a few underrotation calls in the last few competitions though, I hope she will improve on the rotation issue. Currently she's so tiny and neither of the powerful type like how Midori was nor of the skinny, long limbed type, I wonder how she will turn out when the puberty hits her.

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    Protocols
    SP http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...r/data0203.pdf
    FS http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...r/data0205.pdf

    Four ladies landed 3-3s in the SP (Shoji, Nitaya, Kemanai, and Miyahara's 3T-3T wasn't clean).
    Shoji has "e" on both flip and lutz.
    Oba's 2A-3Lo is very solid now.
    Tomotaki's consistency is outstanding. She has no jump error in last 3 competitions.
    Miyahara skated a visibly clean 7 triples FS with the highest TES.
    Nishino has underrotated most of the jumps. Still the judges are favoring her.

    According to a 2CH source, eight ladies and men are invited to Sr Nationals (down to 9th places, Kemanai and Tanaka, excluding novices).

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    Yukiko

    What happened? Did she fall/pop her jumps in the SP (well..she obviously did). How was her LP? I see it wasn't that solid of a score either...what's going on with her?

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    NMURA, do you mind if I cross post this at FSU?

    Do you know if there will be any television coverage, btw?
    Last edited by oleada; 11-28-2010 at 06:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    NMURA, do you mind if I cross post this at FSU?

    Do you know if there will be any television coverage, btw?
    No problem. According to Fuji TV website, scheduled to broadcast on December 12th.

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    December 13th (Sunday night) 1:05-2:05 on Fuji TV

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    Shoma really has the potential, but I'm worry about his jump technique.

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