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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
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    tahnks

    but im scared if i active the japanese key fonts, wouldnt taht make it by default ?
    and what if i cant revert it to latin alpahabets, im suing mac btw

    I will just wait here for updates :(
    Strange, because I use a Mac and Keyhole TV works for me (on the site there's an option to download for Mac). Not sure about the other live stream though, I'll try it when the time comes.

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    ^^ I thought sky_fly was refering to the event page and other documents. I know you can't get the protocol without the Japanese font support. Downloading Keyhole shouldn't require any changes to the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkateFiguring View Post
    ^^ I thought sky_fly was refering to the event page and other documents. I know you can't get the protocol without the Japanese font support. Downloading Keyhole shouldn't require any changes to the system.
    Oh okay. I misunderstood. Do you know if one has to do something (settings wise) to see the live scores on the website referred to on the first page of the thread because it doesn't appear to be updated? Or maybe it doesn't start working until the event starts? But it's weird they haven't posted a starting order.

    And I quoted the wrong thing, they had mentioned that the Keyhole TV software didn't work for them and I thought that's why they cursed their mac, which is why I told them that they have a version of the software that does work for mac. I'm sorry if I'm not making much sense tonight. It's late.
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    Both live score boards (Japanese and English) are not working, so you can use this site from Sportsnavi (use online translation).

    http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/channe...r/584&manual=1

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    Team Japan for ISU championships
    http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/winter...pnavi-spo.html

    worlds
    Takahashi, Kozuka, Hanyu
    Asada, Suzuki, Murakami
    Takahashi/Tran
    Reed/Reed

    4CC
    Takahashi, Machida, Mura
    Asada, Murakami, Imai
    Takahashi/Tran
    Reed/Reed

    Jr worlds
    Tanaka, Uno, Hino
    Sato, Miyahara, Shoji

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    Updates on competitions in Japan

    Japan Inter-highschool FS championships
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...hool/index.htm

    Junior men
    1 Keiji Tanaka 72.57 140.48 213.05
    2 Ryuju Hino 63.84 122.34 186.18
    3 Jun Suzuki 54.22 108.63 162.85
    4 Sei Kawahara 60.88 101.92 162.80

    Junior ladies
    1 Yuki Nishino 54.56 97.58 152.14
    2 Kako Tomotaki 55.22 91.56 146.78
    3 Mio Suzuki 50.18 83.06 133.24
    4 Miyabi Oba 45.90 83.55 129.45

    The scores are a bit inflated though, looks like Keiji Tanaka knows how to peak late in a season. Again, he shall not be counted out as the podium contender at junior worlds.

    There are two "national" competitions in the next weeked.

    National Sports Festival (in Aichi)
    Senior: Takahiko Kozuka, Takahito Mura, Akiko Suzuki
    Junior: Ryuju Hino, Miu Sato, Risa Shoji, Yuki Nishino

    Japan Junior highschool skating competition (in Nagano)
    Junior: Shoma Uno, Satoko Miyahara, Haruna Suzuki, Hinano Isobe
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    Thank you for the update.

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    Junior results

    Japan Junior highschool FS competition
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...hool/index.htm

    Junior ladies
    1 Satoko Miyahara 58.68 114.49 173.17
    2 Rika Hongo 50.86 97.02 147.88
    3 Akari Katagiri 46.38 98.17 144.55
    4 Hinano Isobe 46.86 95.79 142.65
    5 Haruna Suzuki 47.12 93.68 140.80
    6 Mio Sato 42.94 92.69 135.63
    7 Riona Kato 45.90 84.87 130.77
    8 Mayako Matsuno 40.88 89.57 130.45
    9 Mone Kawanishi 45.96 78.71 124.67
    10 Yura Matsuda 42.46 81.02 123.48

    Obviously they are better than highschool students. Miyahara is very sold. She can be a medal contender at junior worlds if both programs are clean.

    Junior men
    1 Shoma Uno 62.76 120.82 183.58
    2 Taichi Honda 53.26 84.85 138.11

    Uno skated mostly clean w/ one fall. The 3rd place is below 119 points

    National Sports Festival
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...ival/index.htm

    Junior ladies
    1 Risa Shoji 48.66 99.60 148.26
    2 Yuki Nishino 51.40 95.73 147.13
    3 Miyabi Oba 42.06 93.72 135.78
    4 Sara Imamura 47.14 86.00 133.14
    5 Kako Tomotaki 43.90 88.41 132.31
    6 Miyu Nakashio 45.06 85.40 130.46
    7 Mio Suzuki 45.88 82.59 128.47
    8 Rina Kondo 45.10 82.68 127.78
    9 Mayuko Okamoto 40.56 86.74 127.30
    10 Yuka Toyama 40.88 84.39 125.27

    Miu sato has withdrawn. Said to be injured. I'm not sure she's ready for Jr worlds. Nishino is the first alternate. Shoji is still held up by national judges.

    Junior men
    1 Ryuju Hino 65.67 120.70 186.37
    2 Sei Kawahara 65.07 100.84 165.91
    3 Jun Suzuki 53.50 106.37 159.87
    4 Kosuke Nozoe 48.60 99.36 147.96
    5 Takaya Hashizume 48.01 96.11 144.12

    As for junior ladies, those who scored higher than 130 points at these events could be considered for JGP assignments (if spots are not reduced).

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    Thanks for the post! Too bad about Miu, I was kind of interested in seeing how she'd do at jr worlds so I hope she still gets to go. No matter who goes I'm pretty nervous about the placements of Japanese ladies at jr worlds because I really don't want to see them to lose spots.

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    National Sports Festival (Nagoya, Aichi)

    Senior ladies
    1 Akiko Suzuki 67.02 127.06 194.08
    2 Shion Kokubun 54.64 95.43 150.07
    3 Mutsumi Takayama 57.62 92.23 149.85
    4 Satsuki Muramoto 46.60 97.47 144.07
    5 Shoko Ishikawa 56.82 84.41 141.23
    6 Kana Muramoto 47.72 84.62 132.34
    7 Eri Seto 46.10 83.09 129.19
    8 Yuka Kono 44.80 82.30 127.10
    9 Kanade Hasegawa 41.36 81.82 123.18
    10 Hikaru Nasuno 42.70 77.28 119.98

    Suzuki's FS: 3Lz 2A+3T 3F 3Lo<+2T+2Lo 1Lz 3Lo 3S

    Although this is a no-pressure home town competiton, Suzuki has skated the best of this season. After watching US nationals, the score seems not TOO outrageous.

    Senior men
    1 Takahiko Kozuka 83.41 166.41 249.82
    2 Takahito Mura 75.66 159.58 235.24
    3 Takemochi Ogami 64.48 126.22 190.70
    4 Yukihiro Yoshida 60.52 124.94 185.46
    5 Yoji Tsuboi 51.89 130.52 182.41
    6 Noriyuki Kanzaki 57.09 120.99 178.08
    7 Tomoyuki Koriyama 58.16 119.39 177.55
    8 Akio Sasaki 65.11 112.27 177.38
    9 Takuya Kondo 58.04 118.07 176.11
    10 Kento Nakamura 55.78 117.74 173.52

    Kozuka's FS: 4T< 4T<+2T 3A 3A+2T+2Lo 3F 3Lo 1S 3Lz+2T
    Mura's FS: 4T+3T 4T 3A 3Lz 3A+2T 3S 3Lo 3F

    Kozuka and Mura "landed" two 4toes. Mura is just amazing. Basically clean with two quads and Two 3A's. If he could land a 4-3 in the SP constantly, he can be a force to be reckoned with.

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