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    Japanese qualifying competitions 2011

    Official Results in English!
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...fs_e/index.htm

    At this point, only results of Chu-Shikoku Kyushu regionals are uploaded.

    Kanako Murakami won the senior ladies of Chubu by the score of 165.46 (57.92+107.54). She landed a clean 3F+3T in the SP.

    Murakami's SP (3F+3T 3Lo<< 2A)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAXqH...ature=youtu.be

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    Is Kanako ditching the lutz for the loop or is it a required element (sorry haven't kept up w/any rule changes in the summer).

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    Jump layout of Murakami's FS is like this.

    3Lz
    3F
    3Lo
    3Lo+?
    3F~2A
    3T
    3S+2Lo+2Lo

    No 3-3 and two loops, it's quite mysterious. Not only the SP, Murakami has missed both loops (3Lo< and 1Lo) in the FS. Loop is the weakest jump for her and the ratio was 50% in last season. I guess their intention is to maximize the TES including the highest expected GOE when landed cleanly. If that's so, it's not a smart strategy. The lutz (e) is more solid. Murakami has never missed the lutz in last eight competitions. She can expect to gain a little more than the base value of a 3Lo. It might be a "challenge" for her but I'm doubtful if the judges would appreciate. Avoiding a 3-3 in the FS won't give good impression to the judges, especially when she's been chased by younger (Japanese) skaters with stronger technical abilities and ambitions..

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    Chubu regionals

    Senior ladies
    1 Kanako Murakami 57.92 107.54 165.46
    2 Rina Kondo 52.44 89.64 142.08
    3 Sara Imamura 38.96 87.53 126.49
    4 Maiko Mitsuya 36.42 88.71 125.13
    5 Mai Hirono 41.62 74.58 116.20
    6 Ayane Nakamura 38.48 67.70 106.18
    7 Ayumi Goto 34.90 63.68 98.58
    Murakami landed a 3F+3T (+1.40!) in the SP but missed all (three) loops.

    Junior ladies
    1 Rika Hongo 45.84 96.65 142.49
    2 Miyabi Oba 43.92 94.72 138.64
    3 Ibuki Mori 45.94 89.99 135.93
    4 Haruka Sakai 43.94 87.46 131.40
    Hongo skated almost flawlessly (6 triples FS incl. a lutz and a flip).
    Oba attempted the 3S-3Lo in the SP and fell, but landed a 3F in the FS.

    Junior men
    1 Shoma Uno 59.38 114.35 173.73
    A clean SP and a FS about the same with Poland JGP.
    He is assigned to JGP Estonia along with Kihara. Kihara and Hino withdrew. They don't want to face Uno at Aichi competitions.

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    Kinki results

    Senior men (all 6 advance to sectionals)
    1 Tatsuki Machida 78.61 127.51 206.12

    Senior ladies (top 13 to sectionals)
    1 Shion Kokubun 49.42 102.91 152.33
    2 Satsuki Muramoto 50.74 91.58 142.32
    3 Ayaka Hosoda 46.98 89.47 136.45
    4 Kana Muramoto 48.48 85.18 133.66
    5 Ayano Kitamura 45.02 84.31 129.33
    6 Eri Seto 42.84 84.38 127.22

    Junior ladies (top 8 to sectionals)
    1 Ayana Yasuhara 45.38 89.07 134.45
    2 Rin Nitaya 41.44 90.17 131.61
    3 Hinano Isobe 42.62 85.66 128.28
    4 Saya Suzuki 49.12 78.69 127.81
    5 Riona Kato 44.88 80.29 125.17
    6 Akari Katagiri 37.86 86.72 124.58

    Overall the scores seem high compared to the contents. Machida landed a 4T(+1.8) but fell three times, landed only three triples. There were 68 entries in junior ladies.

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    Tokyo results

    Senior men (all 10 advance to sectionals)
    1 Takuya Kondo 49.10 88.86 137.96
    2 Yuki Horinouchi 49.24 85.66 134.90
    3 Yuta Onuma 44.39 83.70 128.09
    WD Fumiya Itai 43.84

    Senior ladies (all 16 to sectionals)
    1 Kanade Hasegawa 45.24 80.90 126.14
    2 Mutsumi Takayama 44.94 79.69 124.63
    3 Chisako Kiuchi 41.42 72.30 113.72
    WD Yuki Nishino

    Junior ladies (13 to sectionals, incl. Shoji)
    1 Mei Ito 41.12 78.36 119.48
    2 Satomi Akuzawa 43.02 68.75 111.77
    3 Nana Matsushima 42.48 68.59 111.07
    4 Roanna Sari Oshikawa 38.72 72.15 110.87
    5 Mio Sato 44.86 62.26 107.12 (not Miu Sato)
    WD Risa Shoji, Karen Kemanai

    Novice A ladies
    1 Yuka Nagai 78.08
    2 Mayako Matsuno 72.32
    3 Saki Tamiya 71.64

    Shoji didn't compete even though it was held at her home rink. Kemanai is also out but she doesn't have a bye to sectionals. Senior and junior events are of low levels generally. Only novice girls have made some impressions. Yuka Nagai landed three triples (3Lz, 3T, 3S) and a flawed 3F.

    Yuzuru Hanyu is scheduled to compete in this weekend
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    Thank you for the reports.

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    Any photo or better yet video of Machida's LP? Lambiel designed both the program and the costume.

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    I bet Yamada is making her put in the triple loop since this was not a major competition. She probably wants Kanako to be more consistent and master the triple loop. Practice makes prefect.

    BTW, I have been on the forum in so long and I'm so excited!!!!

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    Yuzuru Hanyu's SP score is 88.06 (50.46+37.6).
    4T 3A 3Lz+3T all clean. A twitter report is that he landed a 4S+3T in the warmup. The two quad SP is definitely within the range of assumptions.

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    Very nice on the 4S3t. We haven't seen a good one since Tim Goebel!

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    wow those score even for national events. Good for Yuzuru for doing the 4T though! I need videos

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMURA View Post
    Jump layout of Murakami's FS is like this.

    3Lz
    3F
    3Lo
    3Lo+?
    3F~2A
    3T
    3S+2Lo+2Lo
    I guess 3Lo+2A SEQ.

    NMURA, thanks a lot for the reports!

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    Tohoku Hokkaido regionals

    Senior men
    1 Yuzuru Hanyu 88.06 150.77(75.57+75.20) 238.83
    4T(+2.0) 3A(+2.0) 3F 1Lz+2T 3A+3T< 3Lz< 3Lo+1T 3S

    For his standards, this performance couldn't be called "fine". Anyway, the real "competition" is 3 weeks later. I'm looking forward to see the new age stars' battle between Hanyu and Gachinski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMURA View Post
    Tohoku Hokkaido regionals

    Senior men
    1 Yuzuru Hanyu 88.06 150.77(75.57+75.20) 238.83
    4T(+2.0) 3A(+2.0) 3F 1Lz+2T 3A+3T< 3Lz< 3Lo+1T 3S

    For his standards, this performance couldn't be called "fine". Anyway, the real "competition" is 3 weeks later. I'm looking forward to see the new age stars' battle between Hanyu and Gachinski.
    Now he has no eged call on 3 flip, but start having problems with 3Lz. Is he changing jump technique?

    Hope there will be some video.
    Last edited by treeloving; 10-15-2011 at 08:44 AM.

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