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    Daisuke Takahashi

    Japanese figure skater Daisuke Takahashi (髙橋 大輔 Takahashi Daisuke) was born on March 16, 1986 in Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan.

    Daisuke pronounces his name in this video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHH1Al5dMiE


    May 2016 Update by matmuh





    PROFILES

    ISU : http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00004810.htm

    Wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daisuke_Takahashi

    Icenetwork : http://web.icenetwork.com/skaters/pr...suke_takahashi

    IFS Magazine : http://www.ifsmagazine.com/skaters/1...suke-takahashi

    Tracings.net : http://tracings.net/taka-dais.html

    Statsonice : https://www.statsonice.com/skater/Daisuke/Takahashi/


    SOCIAL NETWORK

    Website : http://d1sk.com/

    Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/DaisukeTaka...Sochi/?fref=ts

    Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/d1sk_t/


    PERSONAL BEST SCORES
    Short Program : 95.55 ; 2013 NHK Trophy
    Free Program: 182.72 ; 2012 World Team Trophy
    Total : 276.72 ; 2012 World Team Trophy


    PROGRAMS

    2013-14 Season
    SP Music: "Sonatino for Violin" by Mamoru Samuragochi; choreo by Kenji Miyamoto
    FS Music: Beatles medley; choreo by Lori Nichols
    EX : Primavera Porteña by Quint Elle composed by Ástor Piazzolla; choreographers. by Kenji Miyamoto
    EX : Historia de un Amor-played by Perez Prado , Qué rico el mambo by Perez Prado; choreo. by Shae-Lynn Bourne
    EX : The Crisis (from The Legend of 1900) by Ennio Morricone; choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto
    EX : Kissing You by Desree; choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto

    2012-13 Season
    SP1 Music: Rock 'n' roll medley: "Hard Times" (The Slop) by Noble (Thin Man) Watts, "The Stroll" by Lawson Haggart Rockin' Band and "Rudy's Rock" by Bill Haley & The Comets; choreo by Nanami Abe
    SP2 Music: Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven; choreo Nikolai Morozov
    FS Music: Music from Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo; choreo by Shae-Lynn Bourne
    EX : Primavera Porteña by Quint Elle composed by Ástor Piazzolla; choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto
    EX : Sweat by Snoop Dogg (David Guetta remix); choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto

    2011-12 Season
    SP Music: Songs from "In the Garden of Souls" by Vas; choreo by David Wilson
    FS Music: "Blues for Klook" by Eddy Louis; choreo by Pasquale Camerlengo
    EX : The Crisis (from The Legend of 1900) by Ennio Morricone; choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto

    2010-11 Season
    SP Music: "Historia de un Amor" played by Perez Prado and "Que Rico El Mambo" by Perez Prado; choreo by Shae-Lynn Bourne
    FS Music: "Invierno Porteño" by Tango Siempre, composed by Ástor Piazzolla; choreo by Pasquale Camerlengo
    EX : La Valse d'Amélie (piano version) (from Amélie) by Yann Tiersen; choreo. by Stéphane Lambiel

    2009-10 Season
    SP Music: "Eye" by Coba; choreo by Kenji Miyamoto
    FS Music: "La Strada" by Nino Rota; choreo by Pasquale Camerlengo
    EX : Luv Letter DJ Okawari; choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto

    2007-08 Season
    SP Music: Hip-hop version of Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake;" choreo by Nikolai Morozov
    FS Music: "Romeo and Juliet" by Tchaikovsky; choreo by Nikolai Morozov
    EX : Bachelorette by Björk; choreo. by Kenji Miyamoto

    2006-07 Seasson
    SP Music: "Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35" by Tchaikovsky
    FS Music: Music from The Phantom of the Operaby Andrew Lloyd Webber
    EX : El Tango de Roxanne (from Moulin Rouge!) by Mariano Mores performed by Ewan McGregor choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

    2005-06 Season
    SP Music: "El Tango de Roxanne" from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack by Mariano Mores; choreo by Nikolai Morozov
    FS Music: "Piano Concerto No. 2" by Sergei Rachmaninoff; choreo by Nikolai Morozov
    EX : Nocturne by Secret Garden choreo. by Daisuke Takahashi; choreo by Nikolai Morozov

    2004-05 Season
    SP1 Music: "Nyah" from the Mission: Impossible II soundtrack by Hans Zimmer; choreo by Tatiana Tarasova
    SP2 Music: "Sabre Dance" from Gayane by Aram Khachaturian; choreo by Tatiana Tarasova
    FS Music: "Sabre Dance" from Gayane by Aram Khachaturian; "Concierto de Aranjuez" by Joaquín Rodrigo; choreo by Tatiana Tarasova
    EX : Nocturne by Secret Garden; choreo. by Daisuke Takahashi

    2003-04 Season
    SP Music: "Nyah" from the Mission: Impossible II soundtrack by Hans Zimmer; choreo by Tatiana Tarasova
    FS Music: "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" (Variation on a Theme of Niccolò Paganini) by Sergei Rachmaninoff; choreo by Tatiana Tarasova
    EX : Desert Rose by Sting; choreo. by Daisuke Takahashi

    2002-03 Season
    SP Music: "Symphony No. 4" by Philip Glass; choreo by Lea Ann Miller
    FS Music: Music from the Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones soundtrack by John Williams; choreo by Lea Ann Miller
    EX : What a Wonderful World by Joey Ramone

    2001-02 Season
    SP Music: Music from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein; choreo by Robert Dow
    FS Music: "Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No.1 in G minor, Op.26" by Max Bruch; choreo by Robert Dow
    EX : Maria (from West Side Story)

    2000-01 Season
    SP Music: Lawrence of Arabia
    FS Music: Warsaw Concerto by Richard Addinsel; choreo by Utako Nagamitsu

    COMPETITIVE RESULTS AND VIDEOS


    Competition SP FP Overall Gala
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    2013-2014 Season
    2014 Winter Olympics 4 86,40
    NBC
    6 164,27
    NBC
    6 250,67 (X)
    2013-2014 Japan Championships 4 82,57 5 170,24 5 252,81
    2013 NHK Trophy 1 95,55
    BESP
    NBC
    1 172,76
    BESP
    NBC
    CBC
    1 268,31 (X)
    2013 Skate America 5 77,09
    BESP
    CBC
    4 159,12
    BESP
    CBC
    4 236,21 (X)
    2013 Japan Open - - 4 149,12 4 (T,1) (X)
    2012-2013 Season
    2013 World Team Trophy 2 80,87 1 168,65 1 (T,3) 249,52 (X)
    2013 World Championships 4 84,67
    BESP
    CBC
    8 154,36
    BESP
    CBC
    6 239,03 (X)
    2013 Four Continents Championships 4 82,62 8 140,15 2 222,77 (X)
    2012-2013 Japan Championships 2 88,04 1 192,36 2 280,40 (X)
    2012-2013 Grand Prix Final 1 92,29
    BESP
    3 177,11
    BESP
    CBC
    1 269,40 (X)
    2012 NHK Trophy 2 87,47 2 164,04 2 251,51 BESP
    US
    2012 Cup of China 1 84,79 2 146,96 2 231,75 (X)
    2012 Japan Open - - 1 172,06 1(T,1) (X)
    2011-2012 Season
    2012 World Team Trophy 1 94,00 1 182,72 1(T,1) 276,72 (X)
    2012 World Championships 3 85,72 3 173,94 2 259,66 (X)
    2012 Four Continents championships 3 82,59 2 161,74 2 244,33 (X)
    2011-2012 Japan Championships 1 96,05 3 158,55 1 254,60 (X)
    2011-2012 Grand Prix Final 5 76,49
    BESP
    CBC
    2 172,63
    BESP
    CBC
    US
    2 249,12 (X)
    2011 NHK Trophy 1 90,43 1 169,32 1 259,75 (X)
    2011 Skate Canada International 2 84,66 3 153,21 3 237,87 (X)
    2011 Japan Open - - 6 130,79 6(T,3) (X)
    2010-2011 Season
    2011 World Championships 3 80,25 6 152,72 5 232,97 (X)
    2011 Four Continents Championships 1 83,49 1 160,51 1 244,00 (X)
    2010-2011 Japan Championships 4 74,78 2 162,01 3 236,79 (X)
    2010-2011 Grand Prix Final 3 82,57 6 137,20 4 219,77 (X)
    2010 Skate America 2 78,12
    CBC
    US
    1 148,95 1 227,07 (X)
    2010 NHK Trophy 1 78,04 1 156,75 1 234,79
    2010 Japan Open - - 2 159,19 2(T,1) (X)
    2009-2010 Season
    2010 World Championships 1 89,30
    BESP
    CBC
    US
    1 168,40
    BESP
    CBC
    US
    BBC
    1 257,70 BESP
    CBC
    2010 Winter Olympics 3 90,25 5 156,98 3 247,23 (X)
    2009-2010 Japan Championships 1 92,85 1 168,28 1 261,13 (X)
    2009-2010 Grand Prix Final 2 76,30
    CBC
    US
    1 155,01
    CBC
    US
    NBC
    2 231,31 CBC
    2009 Skate Canada International 2 76,30
    CBC
    US
    1 155,01
    CBC
    US
    NBC
    2 231,31 (X)
    2009 NHK Trophy 4 78,18
    US
    4 136,11
    US
    CBC
    4 214,29
    2009 Finlandia Trophy 1 83,23 2 141,02 1 224,25
    2007-2008 Season
    2008 Japan Open - - 4 127,23 4(T,1)
    2008 World Championships 3 80,40
    BESP
    NBC
    6 139,71
    BESP
    4 220,11 BESP
    2008 Four Continents Championships 1 88,57 1 175,84 1 264,41 (X)
    2007-2008 Japan Championships 1 85,43 1 169,15 1 254,58 (X)
    2007-2008 Grand Prix Final 1 84,20 2 154,74 2 238,94 (X)
    2007 NHK Trophy 2 77,89 1 156,33 1 234,22 (X)
    2007 Skate America 1 80,04 2 148,93 1 228,97 (X)
    2006-2007 Season
    2007 World Championships 3 74,51 1 163,44 2 237,95 (X)
    2007 Winter Universiade 1 79,03 1 161,58 1 240,61
    2006-2007 Japan Championships 1 85,55 1 170,53 1 256,08 (X)
    2006-2007 Grand Prix Final 2 79,99 3 144,84 2 224,83
    2006 NHK Trophy 1 84,44 1 163,49 1 247,93 (X)
    2006 Skate Canada International 1 78,80 2 129,41 2 208,21 (X)
    2006 Campbell Cup - - 4 116,62 4 (T,M,2)
    2005-2006 Season
    2006 Japan Open - - 2 141,10 2(T,1)
    2006 Winter Olympics 5 73,77 9 131,12 8 204,89
    2005-2006 Japan Championships 2 74,52 1 148,60 1 223,12 (X)
    2005-2006 Grand Prix Final 3 74,60 3 137,92 3 212,52 (X)
    2005 NHK Trophy 1 77,70 3 127,60 3 205,30 (X)
    2005 Skate America 1 69,10 1 149,44 1 218,54 (X)
    Japan International Challenge - - 2 133,57 2(T,1)
    2004-2005 Season
    2005 World Championships 7 72,18 18 108,04 15 180,22
    2005 Four Continents Championships 3 68,46 2 123,83 3 192,29 (X)
    2005 Winter Universiade 2 1 1
    2004-2005 Japan Championships 5 59,83 5 113,84 6 173,67 (X)
    2004 Trophée Eric Bompard 3 64,16 11 71,54 11 135,70
    2003-2004 Season
    2004 World Championships 11 (X) 11 (X) 11
    2004 Four Continents Championships 9 (X) 4 (X) 6
    2003–04 Japan Championships 4 3 3
    2003 Trophée Lalique 2 71,31 5 123,31 5 194,62 (X)
    2003 Skate Canada International 5 61,81 7 116,99 7 178,80
    2002-2003 Season
    2003 Four Continent Championships 10 (X) 13 (X) 13
    2003 Asian Winter Games 6 6 6
    2002-2003 Japan Championships 2 4 4
    2002 NHK Trophy 10 (X) 7 (X) 8
    2002 Bofrost Cup on Ice 10 11 11
    2001-2002 Season
    2002 World Junior Championships 1 (X) 2 (X) 1 (X)
    2001-2002 Japan Championships 8 4 5
    2001-2002 Japan Championships (junior) 1 1 1
    2001-2002 Junior Grand Prix Final 4
    2001 SCB Cup(jgp) 3 1 1
    2001 Sofia Cup(jgp) 1 2 (X) 2
    2000-2001 Season
    2000-2001 Japan Championships 4 4 (X) 4
    2000 China Cup(jgp) 13 7 9
    2000 Ukrainian Souvenir(jgp) 7 8 8


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    Go, Daisuke!

    I haven't seen videos of his skates from 4CC yet, but I'm hoping to when I can hunt around for them. Happy Valentine's Day to Dai and all his fans.

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    Here is a collection of Dai's recent videos:
    2012-SOI (Roxanne): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV87MF5HvdM&feature=fvsr
    4CC SP (In the Garden of Souls): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29Ek2...eature=related
    4CC LP (Blues for Klook):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7f_0bigGrg
    4CC Ex (The Crisis): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XoEN...eature=related

    One thing I like about Dai's programs is: I never know who the choreographer is. All I see is Dai the artist, not the shadow of somebody else.

    "It (Dai's quad) looked really good in practice (at 4CC). I don't doubt it's going to be better come end of March," said Patrick Chan. Takahashi had a long journey plus jet lag and high altitude to contend with in Colorado Springs (http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp...e41c39c4a9e.21). May Dai have successful quads at the Worlds!!!

    The recent interview at Nikkei Seminar on 1/12/2012 gave me great insight into Daisuke as a person and skater (click [cc] on the bottom bar of the videos to make English subtitle appear):
    Daisuke Takahashi Nikkei Seminar English Subtitle 1 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaATK...eature=related)
    Daisuke Takahashi Nikkei Seminar English Subtitle 2 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUUp6...eature=related)
    Daisuke Takahashi Nikkei Seminar English Subtitle 3 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pk_w...eature=related)
    Daisuke Takahashi Nikkei Seminar English Subtitle 4 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nq0rzvtamZ0)
    Daisuke Takahashi Nikkei Seminar English Subtitle 5 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TWuf...eature=related)
    Daisuke Takahashi Nikkei Seminar English Subtitle 6 of 6 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7yYn...eature=related)

    Brief Summary of the interview
    1. He placed last in his first skating competition. As a novice skater from a back country, he was not particularly great in dancing and techniques. He was told he had ugly hand movements and posture. Those remarks motivated him to learn more about dancing. Even when he placed well in his junior years, he felt it was due to luck and did not have confidence in himself. He met his current coach Nagamitsu by chance, who saw a dancer in him. He learned most of his triple jumps from her.
    2. After he won the Junior Worlds, his mind could not catch up with the high expectations from others. He couldn't do quads and it was critical in the senior level. He thus went to Canada, US and Russia with Ms. Nagamitsu to receive coaching from others. Those days were the hardest time. They didn't have money, so they shared one room cheap and not very clean. They washed their own clothes by hands. Trained by so many coaches whose opinions could be at odds at times, he sorted things out himself and acknowledged he could not do everything.
    3. He met Nicolai Morozov in Russia, whose greatest contribution was giving him confidence--brainwashing him that he was great, scolding him for having low self-esteem, and boosting excitement in training. He trusted Nicolai till their separation. It was difficult for him. He felt bad mentally and suddenly had to make all training decisions by himself. Then of course he injured himself. The rehab (physiotherapy) was monotonous and tough, day in and day out, about half a year. He became more conscious of his body and lost all his jumps for a while, and it took a few years to adjust. He started to think that earning another medal might be farther and farther out of reach. He could see the "reality" (No hope for a medal). To vent his emotions, he had quarrels with Ms. Nagamitsu and threw his cell phone at his trainer (Mr. Watanabe) who was his punching bag. He felt ashamed, pathetic and disgraced when he went to competitions and felt that he was the only one without a secure jump. Eventually his body recovered just enough to attend the Olympic in Vancouver. It was a thrill for him to win a medal there and he felt obliged to continue. Though he won the Worlds that year, he couldn't understand how he got the 1st place with his performance. He felt he was not as good as other competitors.
    4. As he gets older, he feels younger than before: "When you see the end, you feel you only have limited time left." Each of his day is more fulfilling and alive. Because his body is now more sensitive to fatigue, he does stretching routinely.
    5. He bought an IPad to see his recorded practice and identify areas for improvement. He hated watching his own videos. He felt disgusted by his "ugly" skating and performance. This season he also watched videos of other skaters to learn from them.
    6. He communicates with the audience through eye contact and adjusts his performance based on the response from them.
    7. He feels he is full of inferiority complexes. He likes clothes because he puts them on to hide his low opinion of himself. He looks at a mirror to check if anything goes wrong with him.
    8. He never chose the music for his programs. He would try whatever the choreographer brought to him. His favorite pieces of music are too "gloomy" and "dark" for skating.
    9. He is taking ballet lessons to strengthen his posture and center axis. His big dream is to contribute to the change of training conditions (e.g., shortage of ice rinks) in Japan.
    Last edited by skatinginbc; 02-15-2012 at 06:34 PM.

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    Yeah, I agree with Kozuka. Dai is Louis Vuitton and Gucci. And Kozuka is Prada. LV and Gucci are the 1st and 2nd accordingly in world sales. Both are old euro brands, with the taste of elegance, fashionism, unique-ness and unlimited luxury. Like the hotel Carlton Cannes which doesn't need any stars. It is by itself above all stars. Prada is a boutique too, not everyone's cup of tea with their tendency to simply-ness. It is still an upper-class brand, but it's just one of many.

    For now, I think Dai's performance at NHK in Sapporo, both SP and LP, were the best. The audience got mad and Dai-twisted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skatinginbc View Post
    Here is a collection of Dai's recent videos:
    Thanks so much, BC! I especially look forward to seeing the interview. This guy is one of the all-time greats, and he'll never leave my Best of the Best list, where he'll reside with the likes of Browning, Curry, and Yagudin.

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    Thanks for posting. I really enjoyed the Nikkei Seminar.

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    The recent interview at Nikkei Seminar on 1/12/2012 gave me great insight into Daisuke as a person and skater (click [cc] on the bottom bar of the videos to make English subtitle appear)



    He is so nice, relaxed... good interview!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skatinginbc View Post

    One thing I like about Dai's programs is: I never know who the choreographer is. All I see is Dai the artist, not the shadow of somebody else.
    That is one thing I truly love about Daisuke's skating: he makes the music his own and has creative ownership of his own skating. Although Morozov did give him confidence, in the end, I am glad that Morozov dumped him because this freed Daisuke and allowed to experiment with different choreographers, music other than tired old warhorses like Phantom of the Opera, Romeo and Juliet, Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, etc., and further develop his style on the ice. I try not to use the term 'artistry' lightly in skating, but I think Daisuke is indeed an artist, or as close as an artist one can be in competitive figure skating.

    Quote Originally Posted by skatinginbc View Post
    3. He met Nicolai Morozov in Russia, whose greatest contribution was giving him confidence--brainwashing him that he was great, scolding him for having low self-esteem, and boosting excitement in training. He trusted Nicolai till their separation. It was difficult for him. He felt bad mentally and suddenly had to make all training decisions by himself. Then of course he injured himself. The rehab (physiotherapy) was monotonous and tough, day in and day out, about half a year. He became more conscious of his body and lost all his jumps for a while, and it took a few years to adjust. He started to think that earning another medal might be farther and farther out of reach. He could see the "reality" (No hope for a medal). To vent his emotions, he had quarrels with Ms. Nagamitsu and threw his cell phone at his trainer (Mr. Watanabe) who was his punching bag. He felt ashamed, pathetic and disgraced when he went to competitions and felt that he was the only one without a secure jump. Eventually his body recovered just enough to attend the Olympic in Vancouver. It was a thrill for him to win a medal there and he felt obliged to continue. Though he won the Worlds that year, he couldn't understand how he got the 1st place with his performance. He felt he was not as good as other competitors.
    I find reading about this dark period of time in Daisuke's life very fascinating, as I admit, during the time when he was injured, I actually had no idea all this was actually happening despite the fact that I was a fan of his skating even back then. Another anecdote: I read on another website that Daisuke ran away from his hospital in Feb. 2009 and coach/training team were panicking because they actually thought that he had left to commit suicide! In reality, Daisuke had travelled to Tokyo empty-handed and without telling anyone, and he spent time there wandering the streets and going on a spending spree out of spite and frustration. In the end he did return to the hospital but yeah....pretty intense.

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    I didn't think it was possible but I am an even bigger fan of Dai's than I was when I first really took notice of him at the Olympics. I wish so many great things for him!

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    Thanks for going back and summarizing the interview for us, BC. I started my day with this wonderful profile of Daisuke. As with Sasha'sSpins, it's made me an even more devoted fan. I love his remark that his own choice of music would be too gloomy for skating. I can just imagine him sitting in his room listening to claustrophobic music before going out and working like a demon on his conditioning. What a lovely view of a life of determination and perseverance. Go, Daisuke!

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    Daisuke Takahashi

    http://www.daisuketakahashi.org/

    Very interesting article just posted today with a explanation of his change in boots and edges.
    Last edited by dorispulaski; 11-01-2013 at 04:30 AM.

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    http://instagram.com/p/ogQGo0u45l/
    Video Denis posted. Glimpse of Dai in the beginning of it.

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    And another video I found there, Mirai is taking a picture of Dai and Mao
    http://instagram.com/p/ogJKPXu4xG/

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    News report from the press conference in Kazakhstan
    http://youtu.be/dnN3l0SxQFk

    A fanvideo somebody did gathering the sneak peaks we've seen so far of the new exhibition program
    http://youtu.be/jvsTQ3mQS8s

    Dai getting some make-up done in Kazakhstan
    http://instagram.com/p/oiJA4cniBw/

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    wow... I can feel the emotions there.

    Quote Originally Posted by ioanap View Post
    A fanvideo somebody did gathering the sneak peaks we've seen so far of the new exhibition program
    http://youtu.be/jvsTQ3mQS8s

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