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    Mai Mihara

    Japanese figure skater Mai Mihara (三原 舞依 Mihara Mai) was born 22 August 1999 in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.

    PROFILES

    ISU Profile : http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00014150.htm

    Wikipedia Page : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mai_Mihara

    JSF Profile : http://skatingjapan.or.jp/national/d...athlete_id=451

    Icenetwork Profile : http://web.icenetwork.com/skaters/profile/mai_mihara

    Statsonice Profile : https://www.statsonice.com/skater/Mai/Mihara/

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    PERSONAL BEST SCORES

    Short Program : 68,48 , ISU Cup of China 2016
    Free Program : 134,34 , 2017 Four Continents Championships
    Total Score : 200,85 , 2017 Four Continents Championships


    PROGRAMS

    2016-2017 Season
    SP : "Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso" by Camille Saint-Saëns choreo by Massimo Scali
    FP : Cinderella by Patrick Doyle chore by Yuka Sato
    EX : Jazz Hot (from Victor/Victoria) performed by Julie Andrews
    EX : Caprice by Niccolò Paganini
    EX : Swan
    EX : Meditation

    2015-16 Season
    SP : "Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso" by Camille Saint-Saëns choreo by Massimo Scali
    FS : Music from Giselle by Adolphe Adam choreo by Marina Zueva, Yukina Ota, Kawagoe Masahiro

    2014-15 Season
    SP : "Les Filles de Cadix" by Léo Delibes choreo by Kawagoe Masahiro
    FS : Music from Giselle by Adolphe Adam choreo by Marina Zueva, Yukina Ota, Kawagoe Masahiro

    2013-14 Season
    SP : "Sakura" by Naotarō Moriyama choreo. by Kawagoe Masahiro
    FS : Music from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein choreo. by Kawagoe Masahiro



    COMPETITION RESULTS AND VIDEOS


    Competition SP FP Overall Gala
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    2016-2017 Season
    2017 Four Continents Championships 4 66,51 1 134,34
    BESP
    1 200,85 (X)
    2016-2017 Japanese National Championships 5 65,91 2 132,26 3 198,17 (X)
    ISU GP Cup of China 2016 3 68,48
    BESP
    US
    4 122,44
    BESP
    CBC
    NBC
    4 190,92 (X)
    ISU GP Skate America 2016 2 65,75
    BESP
    UN
    3 123,53
    BESP
    CBC
    NBC
    IN
    3 189,28 BESP
    2016 Nebelhorn Trophy (CS) 2 63,11 1 125,92 1 189,03 (X)
    2015-2016 Season
    2015-2016 Junior Grandprix Final 6 56,01 6 110,24 6 166,25
    2015-2016 Japanese Junior Championships 15 49,08 7 111,04 8 160,12
    ISU JGP Cup of Austria 2015 1 63,55 2 118,50 2 182,05
    ISU JGP Bratislava 2015 3 60,81 2 118,55 2 179,36
    2015 Asian Trophy (senior) 1 53,92 1 105,08 1 159,00
    2014-2015 Season
    2015 Gardena Spring Trophy 1 52,67 1 113,89 1 166,56
    2014-2015 Japanese Championships 13 53,23 9 105,58 9 158,81
    2014-2015 Japanese Junior Championships 6 53,47 8 101,13 7 154,60
    ISU JGP Ljubljana Cup 2014 9 44,68 4 97,81 6 142,49
    2013-2014 Season
    2014 International Challenge Cup 9 38,01 1 99,05 4 137,06
    2013-2014 Japanese Championships 20 45,51 8 106,99 12 152,50
    2013-2014 Japanese Junior Championships 2 53,19 5 100,66 2 153,85
    ISU JGP Minsk 2013 9 45,94 4 95,88 5 141,82
    2013 Asian Trophy 2 48,97 2 96,06 2 145,03
    2012-2013 Season
    2012-13 Japanese Junior Championships 11 47,53 8 92,61 8 140,14

    OTHER VIDEOS

    2014-2015 National Middle School competition
    SP : 58.01 (3rd)
    FS : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgmrW_g3-8A , 107.07 (4th)
    Total Score : 165.08 (3rd)

    2013-2014 National Middle School competition
    SP : 57.75 (1st)
    FS : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc2HVG9GFT4 , 108.02 (3rd)
    Total Score: 165.77 (1st)




    ARTICLES

    Icenetwork;

    Cinderella story: Mihara strikes gold at Nebelhorn ; September 24, 2016

    Rejuvenated Tuktamisheva skates clean, takes lead ; September 23, 2016

    Rising stars of Asia: Quartet leads charge for Japan ; December 4, 2015

    Sotskova, Mihara book tickets to JGP Final ; September 11, 2015

    Mihara in front behind impressive triple jumps ; September 10, 2015

    Tsurskaya earns first gold medal of 2015 JGP Series ; August 21, 2015
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    Congratulation to Mai's winning of Nebelhorn Trophy ladies' and at her 1st event of senior debuting season!
    It's really nice to see her overcoming the illness and getting back to skating. Hopefully everything will go well for Mai in the new season and upcoming events.

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    I really liked her long program a lot! It was really light and floaty and fun!

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    She was my favourite Japanese lady in JGP series last season, so glad the tranistion to seniors is going well. Congrats for winning Challenger at first try!

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    Two lovely programs from Mai! The SP seemed to need a little more speed, but the FS was a joy to watch! I was just checking the Skate America list and am so excited that I will get to see her at that event! Looks like she also has Cup of China. Kudos to her for coming out in her first Challenger and doing so well!

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    She's a natural, smooth skater. I really enjoyed both programs she did at Nebelhorn. Yuka Sato choreographed her FS, that style really suits her.

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    i finally had a chance to update Mai's OP unfortunately couldnt find many videos if you have any other than what i found please let me know!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matmuh View Post
    if you have any other than what i found please let me know!!
    2013-2014 National Middle School competition SP 57.75 (1st) FS 108.02 (3rd) total 165.77 (1st)

    FS - https://youtu.be/dc2HVG9GFT4

    2014-2015 National Middle School competition SP 58.01 (3rd) FS 107.07 (4th) total 165.08 (3rd)

    FS - https://youtu.be/AgmrW_g3-8A
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    I don't really know too much about Mai so was anxious to see her today at SA practice. I was very impressed with her carriage, the way she takes her time with her movements, her stretch, and her jumps were pretty decent. I thought she needed a little more speed in her spins, and on one spin she seemed to just sort of fall out of it. Very charming young lady though with good musicality. Can't wait to see her compete in the SP tomorrow.
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    thank you Arriba for your report!! i dont expect her to win even if she skates cleanly and others dont cause she is at a disadvantage when it comes to PCS but she is definitely medal contender, and after yesterday's practice reports i noticed more people have her at top 3 at predictions game
    here is her interview backstage : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np0l2h7Sywk
    all the best to her at her 1st GP!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matmuh View Post
    thank you Arriba for your report!! i dont expect her to win even if she skates cleanly and others dont cause she is at a disadvantage when it comes to PCS but she is definitely medal contender, and after yesterday's practice reports i noticed more people have her at top 3 at predictions game
    here is her interview backstage : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np0l2h7Sywk
    all the best to her at her 1st GP!!
    Wow! it is her first GPS? And Kobayashi-san helps her. She is like a mother for Japanese skaters although she became famours for the moment to japanese figure skating fans. https://twitter.com/debbyryan513/sta...355009/photo/1

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    Good Luck Mai, I am a huge fan of her smooth and beautiful skating, she is so pleasant and relaxing to watch, very happy that she overcome her illness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arriba627 View Post
    I don't really know too much about Mai so was anxious to see her today at SA practice. I was very impressed with her carriage, the way she takes her time with her movements, her stretch, and her jumps were pretty decent. I thought she needed a little more speed in her spins, and on one spin she seemed to just sort of fall out of it. Very charming young lady though with good musicality. Can't wait to see her compete in the SP tomorrow.
    Thank you for your report, Arriba! And as for her coreographer of Sp, Masshimo, i know he is working with Marina. she seems to keep the works with them for the past months. Further, her coreographer of FP is yuka SATO! im interested in the program.

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    Good luck Mai!

    I think she might surprise a few people this weekend - she seems "under the radar" for many, even though she made it to the Junior GP final last year and won at Nebelhorn this year. (some of my photos of her at GP final)

    Her skating is lovely.
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    Good job by Mai in her SP. She was so cute when they announced her score (2nd place). My opinion is the same as what I said about her practices - she has good jumps but needs more work on steps and spins. The audience really cheered for her, and I'm so happy she had such a positive experience for her GP debut.

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