2012 - 2013 Season Japanese Regionals.
Takahito Mura scored 74.19 for SP. Landed 4T-2T, obviously his gorgeous 3A with +1.60 GOE, 3L and stuff, total 40.34 TES and 33.85 for PCS. Unfortunately FS was canceled due to typhoon #17.
Kanako got only 54.75 for SP, 3F and both jumps in 3T-3T were UR, PCS almost all below 7. In FS PCS was a little better while TES got again a bunch of UR, total 103.19 for FS. Here in a news clip you can see some moments of her two new progs:
Fedya Hino got 55.13 for SP with two falls, the FS event was canceled due to the typhoon.
Here the results in English:
Here in Japanese with some pics:
Some of the results
Junior ladies SP
1 Satoko Miyahara 57.91 (3Lz-3T 3F 2A)
2 Riona Kato 45.72
3 Mariko Kihara 45.44
4 Ayana Yasuhara
Novice B ladies
1 Marin Honda 83.30 TES 47.94 (3Lz-2T-2Lo 3S 2A-3T 3F 3T)
Really incredible contents from Taichi Honda's sister. Her JGP debut should be three years later.
Yuka Nagai takes the lead in Jr ladies SP. Shoji and Suguri are listed for Sr ladies.
I am very interested if suguri will have triples this year because last year injury meant no trIples and no nationals
Videos from Chubu competitions
Takahito Mura SP (including 4T-4T practice)
Kanako Murakami SP
Kanako Murakami FS
Yura Matsuda FS
Very good performance but the caller might be too lenient
according to twitter
Originally Posted by gmyers
1 Mutsumi Takayama 51.51
2 Nana Matsushima 49.25
3 Shoko Ishikawa 44.64
4 Risa Shoji 44.47
5 Fumie Suguri 41.67
Probably 105 points would be enough to qualify for Japanese nationals from Eastern section.
Last edited by NMURA; 10-07-2012 at 05:45 AM.
Tokyo Jr ladies
1 Yuka Nagai 1 1 144.60
2 Mio Sato 2 2 134.81
3 Hitomi Yaoita 4 4 119.08
4 Mei Ito 6 3 118.14
5 Satomi Akuzawa 3 6 116.60
Nagai - fell 3F in the SP and popped one jump in the FS. Overall, making good progresses.
Tokyo Sr ladies
1 Mutsumi Takayama 1 1 134.65
2 Risa Shoji 3 2 127.84
3 Nana Matsushima 2 3 126.14
4 Shoko Ishikawa 4 4 116.77
5 Fumie Suguri 5 5 112.32
Suguri - no triples as expected.
Tokyo Novice A ladies
1 Wakaba Higuchi 81.04 (FS)
2 Yuka Kito 74.72
3 Akari Matsubara 72.71
Higuchi - landed a 3Lz combo but had many errors. This score might be a little generous.
Kinki Jr ladies
1 Satoko Miyahara 1 3 151.20
2 Riona Kato 2 2 141.20
3 Mariko Kihara 3 1 141.12
4 Ayana Yasuhara 4 4 124.45
5 Kokoro Iwamoto 8 5 115.02
Miyahara - changed the SP music (to Saint-Saens' Le Cygne). This competition could be a test run. Perhaps satisfactory SP results relieved tension. Fell twice in the FS.
Kato and Kihara had good free skates. With clean SP, they will be able to place well at Jr nationals.
Kinki Jr men results
1 Taichi Honda 1 1 168.34
2 Kazuki Tomono 3 2 147.98
3 Kohei Yoshino 2 3 144.92
Kinki Novice A ladies
1 Kaori Sakamoto 91.16 (FS)
2 Mai Mihara 88.05
3 Eriko Yamakuma 75.42
The top 2 skated very well Each attempted 6 triples (all 5 triples). Probably Sakamoto, Mihara and Higichi will make novice national medalists (in Kyoto).
Kinki Sr ladies
1. Satsuki Muramoto 3 1 145.07
2. Shion Kokubun 1 2 135.10
3. Saya Suzuki 5 3 130.47
4. Saya Ueno 4 4 127.55
5. Kana Muramoto 2 6 126.44
SP 3S+3T< 3F<<(fall) 2A<
FS 3S+3T<<(fall) 3F<< 2A<+3T< 3Lz< 3Lo<+2T 3S< 2A + no credit on CCoSp
SP 3Lz<<+COMBO 3T< 2A
FS 3Lz<< 2T 3S<< 2T<< 2Lz 2A 2A+2T<<
Yuka Nagai 144.60(49.66+94.94)
SP 3Lz+2T 3F(fall) 2A
FS 3Lz+2T 3F 2A+3T 3Lo 3S<+2T+2Lo 1T 2A
Higuchi 81.04(TES 42.34)
FS 3Lz+2T(+1.12) 3F(fall) 2A+3T 2S 2Lo 2A+2T+2T
SP 3Lz+3T< 3F 2A (very generous GOE not balanced with PCS)
FS 3Lz+3T 3F< 3Lo 2A 2A+3T 3Lz<<(fall) 3S<(fall)
Riona Kato 141.20(45.72+95.48)
SP 3Lo(fall) 3F 2A
FS 3Lo 2A 3F 3S+2T 3Lz 2F~2A 3Lo+2T+2Lo
Mariko Kihara 141.12(45.44+95.68)
SP 3F(fall) 3Lo+2Lo 2A
FS 3Lz+2T 3Lo~2A 2A 3S 3Lo 3T+2T+2Lo 3T (totally clean)
Taichi Honda 168.34(58.75+109.59)
SP 3T+3T 3F 2A
FS 3S 3Lz(e) 3F+2T 2A+3T+2T 3Lo< 3F 3T+2T 2A
Sakura Yamada (7th) attempted a 3A<<
Sakamoto 91.16(TES 55.40)
FS 3F 3S~2A 3Lo 3Lz 2A+3T(stepout) 3Lo+2T+2Lo
Mihara 88.05(TES 53.33)
FS 2A+3T+2T 3Lo+2T 3Lz 3F 3S~2A 3S
Marin Honda 83.30(TES 47.94)
FS 3Lz+2T+2Lo(+0.98) 3S 2A+3T(+1.12) 3F 3T (no negative GOE)
Too bad for suguri- no more triples.
Chu-shikoku Kyushu Sr ladies
1 Yukiko Fujisawa 2 1 134.34
2 Kako Tomotaki 1 2 133.21
3 Miyu Nakashio 3 4 120.56
Chu-shikoku Kyushu Sr men
1 Yoji Tsuboi 200.83
2 Tomoyuki Koriyama 158.56
Marin Honda short news clip
landed 3Lz-2T-2Lo and 2A-3T
A news coverage of a 11 y.o. skater is quite unprecedented. Are they going to promote Marin as Mao the second? Maybe she's that kind of a talent. At this age, she's already talking about the Olympics as a realistic goal (not just a dream).
Last edited by NMURA; 10-14-2012 at 07:44 AM.
Thanks for the Marin clip! She's very young but so far I really like her.
It seems like Keiji's FS wasn't very good. I hope he does better at the GPF and nats...
Really nice girl.
Originally Posted by NMURA
But for Russia it is not unprecedented.
See protocols of 26 - 28 Apr 2012 " International CIS and Baltic States Figure Skating Competition, Novices Odinstovo, Russia" (this competition is in ISU Calendar). Protocols (English language) http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1112/...alprotocol.pdf
Aiastasia Gubanova (age 9 years 5 months) - 3F+2T, 2A, 3T+2T, CCoSp4, 3F, 2Lz, FCSp4, 3T, SISt3 - all on positive GOE.
At 2011 on "Memorial of St.Zhuk" Natalia Ogoreltseva (age 11 years 2 months) landed 3Lo+2A+Seq and 3Lz+2Lo.
At 2012 April Serafima Sakhanovich (12 years 3 months) landed 3S+3T+3T, protocols (Russian language) http://www.academy.fskate.ru/results..._FS_Scores.pdf
But we never tell about so young skaters how high their results will be.
We only wish them good luck.
Ummm and what's really the point of bringing up the great novices the Russians have in this thread? This is about the Japanese qualifying competitions.
"But we never tell about so young skaters how high their results will be.
Originally Posted by malo42
We only wish them good luck" - it is that I wanted to say.
Don't overreact. I mean "unprecedented" about TV coverage. I have no interest in 9 y.o. Russians.
Originally Posted by AlexRus
Same in English http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...ock5/index.htm
Originally Posted by NMURA
Same in English
Originally Posted by NMURA
http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...fs_e/index.htm - here are links to data including Protocols (in English) of Regionals and Nationals in Japan.
It is very kind that Japanese Federation makes English versions.
Japanese Regionals finished.
Here is a table of best scores of Senior and Junior Men and Ladies
1 Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Oct.12-14,2012
2 Kanto Regional Sep.27-30,2012
3 Tokyo Regional Oct.5-8,2012
4 Chubu Regional Sep.28-30,2012 (FS for Men was cancelled, so results of only SP)
5 Kinki Regional Oct.5-8,2012
6 Chu-Shikoku-Kyushu Regional Oct.11-14,2012
Group 1 2 3 4 5 6
SrMen 125.51 141.75 187.82 74.19 160.31 200.83
SrLadies 132.63 118.38 134.65 157.94 145.07 134.34
JrMen 145.49 131.87 125.47 55.13 168.34 182.27
JrLadies 127.92 144.54 144.60 158.80 151.20 137.92
We see that results at most are quite low, names of winners are at most unknown outside Japan.
There are some interesting moments - score of Yura Matsuda (158.80) is higher than Satoko Miyahara (151.20) and Kanako Murakami (157.94).
Does it mean anything?
It is some exotic in that the Russian collect such an info in English about Japan.
And question - how the best skaters participate in Nationals? We see that not from Regionals.