spiral into 2A ok
big applause from audience to her final Lsp.
Her hometown is in Tohoku. In K&C, she put up a message thanking the support for Tohoku.
3T can not do combo
Her costume is like red kimono.
3Lo two footed
Her last spin is unique.
3T-2T second jump may be UR
I have faith in the swan
Ladies SP standings after 3 groups:
1 佐藤未生 Miu Sato • TES 31.38 + PCS 22.76 = SP 54.14
2 鈴木春奈 Haruna Suzuki • TES 28.76 + PCS 24.28 = SP 53.04
3 友滝佳子 Kako Tomotaki • TES 29.66 + PCS 22.36 = SP 52.02
4 庄司理紗 Risa Shoji • TES 27.18 + PCS 24.32 = SP 51.50
5 大庭雅 Miyabi Ohba • TES 26.14 + PCS 22.12 = SP 48.26
6 宮原知子 Satoko Miyahara • TES 25.94 + PCS 23.12 -2.00 = SP 47.06
7 鈴木真梨 Mari Suzuki • TES 25.46 + PCS 21.44 -1.00 = SP 45.90
8 近藤里奈 Rina Kondo • TES 22.86 + PCS 22.66 -1.00 = SP 44.52
9 今村紗羅 Sara Imamura • TES 24.40 + PCS 20.00 = SP 44.40
10 中村未夏 Mika Nakamura • TES 24.44 + PCS 19.08 = SP 43.52
11 中村愛音 Ayane Nakamura • TES 22.80 + PCS 20.00 = SP 42.80
12 木内千彩子 Chisako Kiuchi • TES 21.78 + PCS 20.04 = SP 41.82
13 那須野光 Hikaru Nasuno • TES 23.38 + PCS 17.92 = SP 41.30
14 瀬藤愛里 Eri Seto • TES 23.20 + PCS 17.88 -1.00 = SP 40.08
15 廣野真衣 Mai Hirono • TES 20.18 + PCS 18.44 = SP 38.62
16 石井綾香 Ayaka Ishii • TES 16.74 + PCS 16.28 = SP 33.02
17 谷川奈穂美 Naomi Tanikawa • TES 14.00 + PCS 17.24 -2.00 = SP 29.24
2 groups left to skate.
Ladies SP standings so far:
1. Miu Sato 54.14
2. Haruna Suzuki 53.04
3. Kako Tomotaki 52.02
4. Risa Shoji 51.50
5. Miyabi Ohba 48.26
6. Satoko Miyahara 47.06
7. Mari Suzuki 45.90
8. Rina Kondo 44.52
9. Sara Imamura 44.40
10. Mika Nakamura 43.52
11. Ayane Nakamura 43.52
12. Chisako Kiuchi 41.82
13. Hikaru Nasuno 41.30
14. Eri Seto 40.08
15. Mai Hirono 38.62
16. Ayaka Ishii 33.02
17. Naomi Tanikawa 29.24
Kanako Murakami, Shoko Ishikawa, Yuki Nishino are in next group.
3S-2T soft landing, clean
Big applause to her performance.
53.16 into 2nd
That's a pretty good score for not the hardest jump content. I've never heard of this girl before, she must have skated very well. I hope they will show her during the broadcast, I'm curious.
Originally Posted by Morning Glory
Kana Muramoto, little sister of Satsuki Muramoto
3S-?? landing of first jump was not good
Big applause to her, too.
54.20 into 1st! Her sister Satsuki is in K&S, too.
3F landing has a flow
Big applause to her powerful performance. She held up her fists in triumph.
65.56 into 1st!!
3T-3T maybe UR?
She fell on the steps, so finished with an embarrassed smile.
This is a big score for Kanako, and I was so sure this is between Akiko and Mao. Now it's more exciting with the old Kanako back!
I agree!! I am very happy for Kanako, the competition just got more interesting
Originally Posted by Mirunna
3T-3T with good speed
3Lo two footed, maybe UR
poweful performance using her whole body. She seems to be satisfied with her performance.
I remember watching her some time ago. Her jumps weren't very solid, but she had quite interesting choreography and very good expression for a skater of her level.
Originally Posted by babayaga
You have a point. Funny thing is, from what I've noticed a lot of the skaters with wonky tilt-to-the-inside technique were/are known as genius jumpers and "mastered" their jumps while there were still very young (with incorrect technique, but it wasn't punished or even mentioned back then). OTOH many skaters who have more correct technique now often mention in the interviews that they were very poor jumpers at first (Nobunari, Satoko) and/or started to skate rather late (Miki). Similarly, Yamada's wunderkids (Kanako, Shouma, and Kanako's ex-rival Sayaka Matsubara) were noticed by the media very early on, but all have that tilt + high kick technique on the take-off (which makes achieving the outside edge on the Lutz nigh impossible), but Miu, about whom I haven't heard until recently, has more correct technique. I wonder if she simply hadn't struggled with her jumps so much that they sought a technique that could work with her body type and/or had a different jump coach assist her.
Originally Posted by burntBREAD
Last edited by Okami; 12-24-2011 at 03:04 AM.