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    Kazuki Tomono

    TOMONO Kazuki (Kana: ともの かずき; Kanji: 友野一希) is a Men’s Singles skater who represents Japan. He was born on 15th May 1998 in Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
    Coached by Taijin Hiraike, Kazuki is the 2016 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships, Junior Men's champion.
    He is currently a first year student enrolled in the Sports Health Science Department at Doshisha University.

    PROFILE
    ISU: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00013803.htm
    JSF: http://www.skatingjapan.or.jp/nation...athlete_id=328
    Stats On Ice: https://www.statsonice.com/skater/kazukitomono/
    Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazuki_Tomono
    Wikipedia (Japanese): https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%8F...B8%80%E5%B8%8C

    SOCIAL MEDIA
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/naniwatomono
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/k0515ki/

    PROGRAMS
    2017- 2018
    SP: "Zigeunerweisen" by Pablo de Sarasate; Choreography by Misao Sato
    FS: “West Side Story” Music by Leonard Bernstein, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
    2016-2017
    SP: “Symphony No. 5” by Ludwig van Beethoven / “The Fifth” by David Garrett; Choreography by Misao Sato
    FS: “An American In Paris” by George Gershwin; Choreography by Misato Sato
    EX: “Enter The Dragon Theme” by Lalo Schifrin;
    “We Are the Champions” by Queen;
    犬のおまわりさんの運命 (“Inu no Omawarisan no Unmei”, translation: “The Police Dog’s Fate”) Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, Megumi Onaka;
    Arrangement by Tetsuro Sugiura; Performed by SUGITETSU
    2015-2016
    SP: “Japanese Doll” by Mizuho Osawa / “Ito-dama” by Kaoru Wada; Choreography by Tadayuki Takahashi, Misao Sato
    FS: “Devdas” by Ismail Darbar, Nusrat Badr, Monty Sharma / ”Muthu” by A.R. Rahman; Choreography by Misao Sato
    EX: “Enter The Dragon Theme” by Lalo Schifrin
    2014-2015
    SP:
    FS: “Diablo Rojo” by Rodrigo y Gabriela
    2013-2014
    SP:
    FS: “Diablo Rojo” by Rodrigo y Gabriela

    ISU PERSONAL BEST SCORES
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00013803.htm

    INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION and NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS and VIDEO
    2017-2018
    U.S. International Figure Skating Classic 2017
    http://www.usfigureskating.org/leade...9/results.html
    SP: TES 34.58 PCS 35.30 TSS 69.88 (8th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIQtjipmMIk&t=305s
    FS: TES 79.22 PCS 77.20 TSS 155.42 (5th) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60xh2s
    Total Score: 225.30 (Final Placement 5th)
    2016-2017
    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2017
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1617/wjc2017/
    SP: TES 36.62 PCS 32.50 TSS 68.12 (14th)
    FS: TES 74.94 PCS 68.22 TSS 143.16 (7th) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5eyl83
    Total Score: 211.28 (Final Placement 9th)
    Japan Figure Skating Championships 2016
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...fs_e/national/
    SP: TES 35.02 PCS 32.61 TSS 67.63 (6th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nx7Lhy8Im4A
    FS: TES 75.36 PCS 73.56 TSS 148.92 (5th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6roKNS9m5k4 (ChSq added for Senior competition)
    Total Score: 216.55 (Final Placement 5th)
    Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships 2016
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...e/national_jr/
    SP: TES 39.47 PCS 32.30 TSS 71.77 (1st)
    FS: TES 68.58 PCS 67.50 TSS 136.08 (1st) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ms4SPf_HY8
    Total Score 207.85 (Final Placement 1st)
    ISU Junior Grand Prix - Ljubljana, Slovenia 2016
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/se...17/jgpslo2016/
    SP: TES 36.50 PCS 32.46 TSS 68.96 (5th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLrWH5D1hMU
    FS: TES 70.05 PCS 63.56 TSS 133.61 (3rd) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1LegFsl_qM
    Total Score: 202.57 (Final Placement 3rd)
    ISU Junior Grand Prix - Yokohama, Japan 2016
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/se...17/jgpjpn2016/
    SP: TES 34.60 PCS 31.87 TSS 66.47 (6th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xhYkTavgCY
    FS: TES 76,57 PCS 69.00 TSS 145.57 (3rd)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_Hy7-bwWtY (Ted Barton commentary)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJNh1K8qxgQ (Japanese commentary)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suJS3_I0zs8 (Post FS Interview)
    Total Score: 212.04 (Final Placement 4th)
    2015-2016
    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2016
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1516/wjc2016/
    SP: TES 31.00 PCS 27.33 TSS 58.33 (20th) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3y4dwu (Warning-Loud audio feedback in arena at start of video) Poor Kazuki~
    FS: TES 62.72 PCS 58.56 TSS 121.28 (12th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZelUiK_Ppb4
    Total Score: 179.61 (Final Placement 15th)
    Japan Figure Skating Championships 2015
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...ationalsenior/
    SP: TES 33.34 PCS 29.17 TSS 62.51 (12th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5D4Kjmmbxw
    FS: TES 51.91 PCS 62.30 TSS 111.21 (17th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMIG2NKdecQ (ChSq added for Senior competition)
    Total Score: 173.72 (Final Placement 16th)
    Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships 2015
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...ationaljunior/
    SP: TES 35.48 PCS 28.05 TSS 63.53 (3rd)
    FS: TES 63.76 PCS 56.90 TSS 119.66 (3rd)
    Total Score: 183.19 (Final Placement 2nd)
    ISU Junior Grand Prix - Riga, Latvia 2015
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/se...16/jgplat2015/
    SP: TES 26.49 PCS 26.29 TSS 51.78 (11th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-yaB4C-Hg8
    FS: TES 47.31 PCS 50.84 TSS 96.15 (13th) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YQuCvQCyss
    Total Score: 147.93 (Final Placement 13th)
    2014-2015
    Coupe du Printemps 2015
    http://coupeduprintemps.com/CdP2015/
    SP: TES 25.20 PCS 24.26 TSS 48.46 (2nd Junior)
    FS: TES 59.35 PCS 50.34 TSS 108.69 (1st Junior)
    Total Score: (Final Placement 2nd Junior)
    Japan Figure Skating Championships 2014
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...onal/index.htm
    SP: TES 24.68 PCS 26.70 TSS 51.38 (20th)
    FS: TES 46.47 PCS 53.50 TSS 99.97 (18th)
    Total Score: 151.35 (Final Placement 18th)
    Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships 2014
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...e/national_jr/
    SP: TES 30.58 PCS 27.80 TSS 58.38 (4th)
    FS: TES 58.05 PCS 60.80 TSS 118.85 (4th)
    Total Score: 177.23 (Final Placement 4th)
    2013-2014
    International Challenge Cup 2014
    http://kunstrijden.knsb.nl/2013-2014/20140306/
    SP: 51.72 FS: 107.28 Total Score: 159.00 (Final Placement 2nd Junior)
    Japan Figure Skating Championships 2013
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...nals/index.htm
    SP: 47.98 FS: 107.32 Total Score: 155.30 (Final Placement 20)
    Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships 2013
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...4/fs_e/junior/
    SP: 53.88 FS: 111.87 Total Score: 165.75 (Final Placement 6th)
    2012-2013
    Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships 2012
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...e/national_jr/
    SP: 40.91 FS: 103.99 Total Score: 144.90 (Final Placement 10th)
    2011-2012
    Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships 2011
    http://www.skatingjapan.jp/National/...e/national_jr/
    SP: 43.47 FS: 97.63 Total Score: 141.10 (Final Placement 9th)
    Asian Figure Skating Trophy 2011
    http://www.hksu.org/contents/upload/at11/html/index.htm
    SP: 36.49 FS: 79.03 Total Score: 115.52 (Final Placement 7th Junior)

    GALA, ICE SHOW and MISCELLANEOUS COMPETITION VIDEO
    Dreams On Ice 2017
    “West Side Story” (2017-2018 FS) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCxm9zKZCjw (FujiTV)
    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2017 Gala
    “Enter The Dragon Theme”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFarpZcrQpo (No commentary)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlRoN_3zcgE (Chinese commentary)
    Stars On Ice-Japan 2017
    “We Are the Champions” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt2S2l9A88s
    Medalists On Ice 2016
    犬のおまわりさんの運命 (“Inu no Omawarisan no Unmei” translation: “The Police Dog’s Fate”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18rlnLWY9aQ
    ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2016 Gala
    “Enter The Dragon Theme” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YApI9gMaoS0&t=17s
    Japan Inter Junior High School Meet 2014
    “Diablo Rojo” 2013-2014 FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgC1q4Wey2g

    OTHER VIDEO

    2017.02.11 Figure Skate TV!-Report on Japan Inter High School Meet 2017 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5bfckp (Kazuki's segment at 3:36)
    Both Sides 2016
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x56f3e4 (Full version) (Kazuki and Koshiro Shimada feature at 10:31)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDPRw4nXQT0 (Kazuki and Koshiro cut)
    Medalists On Ice 2016 - Interview with Singles skaters representing Japan at WJC and WC 2017 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x56e96p (Junior segment at 16:24)
    Sports Life HEROS - Junior Special prior to Nationals 2016 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x56vboj
    2016.11.26 broadcast of select Junior Nationals FS programs and fluff http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x53k8pf (Junior Men feature at 23:50) (low quality video)

    ARTICLES
    “RL Japanese skaters on Yuri!!! On ICE part 1” (English) https://karice.wordpress.com/2017/06...-1/#more-13188
    Doshisha Sports Atom “‘17 Rookie Special : Figure Skate Department” http://doshisha-atom.net/web/result.php?no=1949

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    Thanks for starting the thread. I was pretty impressed by his improved consistency last season, particularly his performance at the first jgp. Hope he can sneak on the olympic team this season.

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    I wanted to create a Fan Fest thread for Kazuki in anticipation of his Senior debut season. Upon seeing him perform in his first JGP (Riga 2015) I was impressed by his interesting music choices and performance style, the way he aggressively attacked his elements and fought through his troubled jumps. IMO, his greatest strength as a skater is his tenacity, and I believe his skating will continue to improve because of this.


    I apologize for the crude OP. I'm just not skilled enough to insert those nifty tables to keep all the info organized and concise. Any feedback, assistance with extra information and links that I'm missing will be greatly appreciated.

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    It appears Kazuki's first competition of this season will be the Gensan Summer Cup. This local tournament will be held on August 10-13, at the Shiga Prefectural Ice Arena. The Senior Men's SP is scheduled for Friday Aug. 11, from 2:55pm-3:35pm JST, the FS for Saturday Aug. 12, from 2:35pm-3:30pm JST. As is often the case with local competitions in Japan, the Senior Men's group is quite small with only seven entries in this event.
    Time schedule (Japanese)
    Entries (Japanese)

    Kazuki won the Junior Men's division of the Gensan Summer Cup 2016.

    Looking forward to live reports from the arena regarding his SP music, costumes and program layouts.
    Good Luck to him on his first competition of the 2017-2018 season.

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    Congratulations to Kazuki for his 1st place finish in the Senior Mens division at Gensan Summer Cup!

    The competition debut of his new SP (Zigeunerweisen) was a bit rough with an invalid jump (popped 4S to 2S) and a Level 1 camel spin (that darn SP camel spin is back to haunt me! ).
    https://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=2...2-nksports-spo
    However, according to this fan report https://twitter.com/Matsu10_4/status/895899402119684096 he did execute a beautiful 3A and a bonus half 3F-3T(2ft) scoring 61.99 for his SP.

    Though both of Kazuki's FS 4S attempts (one obviously a missed combo) were messy, he still managed 140.48, for a total score of 202.27.
    Judging by this report https://twitter.com/Matsu10_4/status/896254425693421569 his planned FS jump layout is looking to be 4S-2T?, 4S, 3A-3T, 3A-2T-2Lo, 3Lo, 3S, 3Lz, 3F.
    He only managed a 3A-2T (for his second 3A combo) during his FS but jumped a nice 3A-2T-2Lo during the 6 minute warm-up. https://twitter.com/Matsu10_4/status/896241188549738496

    Some fun photos of Kazuki (with his big box of beef ) and medalists Koshin Yamada (2nd) and Taichi Honda (3rd) with Gensan mascot, "Genchan".
    https://twitter.com/online_on_ice/st...75856510681089

    Another article: https://www.nikkansports.com/sports/...kkansports_ogp

    I'm still hoping for some sparkles on that FS costume~

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    The 2017.09.09 episode of Figure Skate TV! included a short (approximately 7 1/2 minutes) segment showing Kazuki working with Misao Sato on choreography for his new SP. Parts of his SP and FS performed at Gensan Summer Cup was also shown. Kazuki's feature starts at 22:32 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x605jas

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    I love Zigeunerweisen, that was also a music I liked for han yan when he skated to it back in juniors. Looking forward to his senior debut, praying for his consistency!

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    Congratulations to Kazuki on his new PBs (SP 69.88, FS 155.42, Total 225.30) earned at US International FS Classic! He placed 8 in the SP, 5th in the FS and an impressive 5th overall.

    Link to the Men's SP and FS results page (judges scores included) at icenetwork site: http://www.usfigureskating.org/leade...9/results.html

    First, I just have to say that I love both of his programs this season! EDIT: (though his WSS music cuts are...a lot~)

    Though the jumps didn't go perfectly as planned, Kazuki still managed to rotate and stand up on his SP 4S. He also remained focused and fought through the FS, improvising three jump combinations to keep his BV as high as possible.
    But as usual, it was his delivery of the choreography that moved me the most. I was so happy to see his musicality and performance ability being praised by others as well.
    That SP FCSp tho...

    Overall, I feel this was a successful competition for him and a strong start to his season. Hoping he continues to build on the momentum set by this event.

    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIQtjipmMIk&t=301s (Thank you to the uploader for both videos!)
    Still questioning the decision to replace the planned/usual 3F-3T with a 3Lz-3T . Since last season, 3Lz in combination was only executed in case of emergencies due to issues with his Lutz edge.
    Glad for the updated costume. I find this one to be much more flattering on him than the one he wore at Summer Cup.

    FS: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60xh2s
    Loving the transition (3 turns?) into 3Lo and Russian Split jump? into 3F (here an emergency 3F-2T). The latter was executed smoother at Summer Cup.


    Pretty~ https://twitter.com/online_on_ice/st...94553822158848


    Edit: I've been working on this post for over 7hrs! Kept losing everything and having to start over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsuyoboogie View Post
    Congratulations to Kazuki on his new PBs (SP 69.88, FS 155.42, Total 225.30) earned at US International FS Classic! He placed 8 in the SP, 5th in the FS and an impressive 5th overall.

    Link to the Men's SP and FS results page (judges scores included) at icenetwork site: http://www.usfigureskating.org/leade...9/results.html

    First, I just have to say that I love both of his programs this season!

    Though the jumps didn't go perfectly as planned, Kazuki still managed to rotate and stand up on his SP 4S. He also remained focused and fought through the FS, improvising three jump combinations to keep his BV as high as possible.
    But as usual, it was his delivery of the choreography that moved me the most. I was so happy to see his musicality and performance ability being praised by others as well.
    That SP FCSp tho...

    Overall, I feel this was a successful competition for him and a strong start to his season. Hoping he continues to build on the momentum set by this event.

    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIQtjipmMIk&t=301s (Thank you to the uploader for both videos!)
    Still questioning the decision to replace the planned/usual 3F-3T with a 3Lz-3T . Since last season, 3Lz in combination was only executed in case of emergencies due to issues with his Lutz edge.
    Glad for the updated costume. I find this one to be much more flattering on him than the one he wore at Summer Cup.

    FS: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60xh2s
    Loving the transition (3 turns?) into 3Lo and Russian Split jump? into 3F (here an emergency 3F-2T). The latter was executed smoother at Summer Cup.


    Pretty~ https://twitter.com/online_on_ice/st...94553822158848


    Edit: I've been working on this post for over 7hrs! Kept losing everything and having to start over.
    Thanks for the post! I thought Kazuki did really well.

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    Kazuki was very enjoyable. And the Salt Lake City altitude makes it a tough place for a season opener! He held up well though. I haven't seen him in a while. Goodness, he is all legs! Love his musicality. I want to watch his programs again as soon as I have time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arriba627 View Post
    Kazuki was very enjoyable. And the Salt Lake City altitude makes it a tough place for a season opener! He held up well though. I haven't seen him in a whle. Goodness, he is all legs! Love his musicality. I want to watch his programs again as soon as I have time!
    With him looking so winded at the end of the SP, I was concerned about his stamina going into his fast paced FS. Relieved he was able to execute most of his elements decently while keeping his energy up throughout the program .

    His "legginess" is just an illusion created by his costuming+skates. Kazuki and Shoma are virtually the same height with (what looks to me) similar leg to body ratio. Kazuki is just more slender in build, similar to Tatsuki Machida.

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    Very surprised he and Sho are the same height. Looks like he is higher waisted, but maybe it does have to do with the costume. Congratulations to him for a very good senior debut.

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    Just now caught up with his US classic skates...I too am loving the music choices and programs. Very nice start to the season- his score is higher than Mura, Murakami, and Tanaka's after the challengers. He's posing a serious challenge for the 3rd spot.

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    A belated report on Kazuki's results from Kinki Regionals.

    Unfortunately, he started this competition with another rough SP, doubling his 4S and stepping out on both the 3A and 3T of his 3F-3T. Reports from the arena mentioned that he didn't seem like himself during a troubled 6 minute warm-up. He scored 63.10 and was in 2nd after the SP.
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...5/data0103.pdf
    https://twitter.com/online_on_ice/st...52908447334400 Kazuki and Taichi Honda reacting to their SP scores.

    Luckily, his FS went a bit better.
    After jumping multiple 4S and 4S-2T during warm-up, Kazuki then managed to open his program with his first successful 4S-2T landed in competition.
    Regrettably, he popped the following 4S attempt but IMO the quad combo was a step in the right direction. He placed 1st in the FS with a TSS of 146.96 and 1st overall with 210.06.
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...5/data0105.pdf
    http://www.jsfresults.com/non_respon...ock5/index.htm
    https://twitter.com/online_on_ice/st...78742237802496 Kazuki with Shu Nakamura (2nd) and Taichi Honda (3rd)

    Before West Japan Sectionals happening next month, Kazuki will be participating in the West Japan Student Championships happening this weekend.
    Good Luck to him!

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    So much excitement with the sudden, last minute announcement of Kazuki filling in for Daisuke Murakami at NHK Trophy (Get better quickly, Dice!).
    This situation reminds me of Junior Worlds 2016 when Kazuki was asked to replace injured Sota , only two days before leaving for Hungary. (Kazuki talks about this during his appearance on Kenji no Heya)
    Hopefully, he's not too tired from West Japan Sectional last weekend where he scored SP 72.10, FS 156.33, Total 228.43 and placed 2nd to Ryuju Hino.

    West Japan Sectional Results
    Men's SP Judges Scores
    Men's FS Judges Scores

    As I've already mentioned, Kazuki was recently a guest on Kenji Miyamoto's program Kenjiの部屋 (Kenji no Heya=Kenji's Room). He was featured in three episodes, originally aired on October 17th, 24th and 31st.
    Unfortunately, I am unable to find links to video however, for anyone who is interested and able to read Japanese (or care to struggle with Google Translate=me) majority of the questions and answers from each episode have been transcribed to the JSPORTS site.

    Episode 1
    Episode 2
    Episode 3

    I wanted to share a part from episode 1 that stuck with me. When Kazuki was asked which overseas skaters he admires (loose translation), he quickly answered Patrick Chan. He then mentioned that he also liked American skaters. If I remember correctly, Kenji and I believe a staff member started throwing out names like Nathan and Adam Rippon to which Kazuki politely agreed. But when Jason Brown's name came up Kazuki got super excited saying how he really liked Jason and Joshua Farris. To think that he almost had a chance to compete with Patrick, Joshua and Jason at NHK.

    It seems that Akio Sasaki has been added to Kazuki's ISU bio as a coach (though his name appears to be misspelled).
    https://twitter.com/mork_sk1/status/928190347938709504
    I started reading articles about and watching videos of Sasaki's performances after learning he used to be coached and choreographed by Misao Sato.
    Fans are curious to see if Coach Sasaki will join Kazuki and Coach Hiraike in the Kiss & Cry.

    Fingers and toes crossed for Kazuki to deliver two strong and impressive performances at NHK Trophy.
    But most of all I hope he has an enjoyable competition and is left with positive memories of his Grand Prix debut.

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