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    2013 National Competitions in Japan

    Inter-High school championships (Jan. 22-25, Yokohama)
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...hool/index.htm

    Junior Ladies
    1 Rika Hongo 61.83 113.78 175.61
    2 Miyu Nakashio 53.20 97.23 150.43
    3 Kako Tomotaki 56.79 91.79 148.58
    4 Miyabi Oba 52.11 92.94 145.05
    5 Risa Shoji 51.31 86.59 137.90
    6 Ayaka Hosoda 49.14 85.22 134.36
    7 Nana Matsushima 47.77 86.37 134.14
    8 Yuka Tooyama 47.50 85.10 132.60
    9 Saya Suzuki 46.40 86.06 132.46
    10 Miu Sato 45.40 86.88 132.28
    11 Ayana Yasuhara 45.93 84.01 129.94
    12 Mio Sato 51.98 76.89 128.87
    13 Saya Ueno 49.75 77.87 127.62
    14 Yukiko Fujisawa 46.49 78.59 125.08

    Junior Men
    1 Ryuju Hino 72.23 139.86 212.09
    2 Sei Kawahara 65.03 126.72 191.75
    3 Shu Nakamura 60.39 122.90 183.29
    4 Hidetsugu Kamata 52.11 101.26 153.37
    5 Ryuta Katada 52.64 99.58 152.22
    6 Hiroaki Sato 52.23 98.74 150.97
    7 Kento Kajita 52.80 95.97 148.77
    8 Daichi Miyata 47.91 93.26 141.17

    Scores are inflated but (reportedly) Hongo and the top 3 men skated very well. Keiji Tanaka has withdrawn from Inter-High and National sports festival (injury?). If he's not ready for JW, Uno should be going.

    Jan. 26-30, National Sports Festival
    Nobunari Oda, Akiko Suzuki, Yuki Nishino, Haruka Imai, Rika Hongo, Riona Kato, Ryuju Hino

    Feb. 2-5, Japan Junior high championships
    Satoko Miyahara, Riona Kato

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    this compeitions is only for selected clubs ?

    hope Akiko is in better form by jan26-30 competition

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    National Sports Festival

    Official Results (Live update)
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...ival/index.htm

    Live Streaming!
    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sports...okyo2013-tokyo

    Jan. 27
    Senior men and ladies SP

    Jan. 28
    Senior men and ladies FS

    Jan. 29
    Junior men and ladies SP

    Jan. 30
    Junior men and ladies FS

    Oda skated cleanly with 4-3. Scored 92+! Kento Nakamura was clean too with 77+.

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    Akiko didn't skate well and hit 55 or somesuch. This user downloaded some stuff on youtube but with no sound.
    Akiko: www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS69fWME6gY
    Imai: www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kw7vsVRs3A
    Suguri: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrL1xR18Imc

    Nakamura: www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTTOUJQe5cE
    Sasaki: www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWZteFP3BLc
    Oda: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERtWqiyWJto

    Tomorrow at 13:00 and 17:30 JST you can watch Men FS and Ladies FS accordingly here. I have no idea if it's geoblocked or not:
    Stream: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sports...okyo2013-tokyo

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    Thanks for the vids, Akiko is having a hungover season I guess after a spectacular 2 seasons

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    Senior men results
    1 Nobunari Oda 92.29 165.59 257.88
    2 Kento Nakamura 77.57 148.34 225.91
    3 Akio Sasaki 71.68 137.42 209.10
    4 Yukihiro Yoshida 65.68 127.05 192.73
    5 Takemochi Ogami 62.89 116.69 179.58
    6 Yoji Tsuboi 63.84 114.62 178.46
    7 Ryuichi Kihara 62.14 115.20 177.34
    8 Tomoyuki Koriyama 60.35 112.65 173.00
    9 Yuki Horinouchi 55.63 107.13 162.76
    10 Takuya Kondo 52.11 106.95 159.06

    Oda - No quad, 8 triples clean
    Nakamura - Almost clean including two 3As, 1Lo in the end
    Sasaki - landed most jumps (two 3As) with some bobbles, fell on footwork

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMURA View Post
    Inter-High school championships (Jan. 22-25, Yokohama)
    http://www.jsfresults.com/National/2...hool/index.htm

    Junior Men
    1 Ryuju Hino 72.23 139.86 212.09
    2 Sei Kawahara 65.03 126.72 191.75
    3 Shu Nakamura 60.39 122.90 183.29

    Scores are inflated but (reportedly) Hongo and the top 3 men skated very well. Keiji Tanaka has withdrawn from Inter-High and National sports festival (injury?). If he's not ready for JW, Uno should be going.
    Many congrats to Shu Nakamura for making a podium finish!
    Hope his performances will somehow show up on YT, so that we can see them.

    As for Keiji, I sincerely hope it's not an injury... So close to Junior Worlds.

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    Junior Men SP
    1 Ryuju Hino 76.59 3A 3Lz-3T 3F clean
    2 Hiroaki Sato 55.87
    3 Kento Kajita 54.38
    4 Sei Kawahara 53.17 2A 1Lz-3T 3F

    Junior Ladies SP
    1 Miyabi Oba 58.27 3Lo-3T 3F 2A
    2 Kako Tomotaki 56.17 3Lo-2T 3F 2A
    3 Rika Hongo 55.99 3Lz-3T fall 3F 2A
    4 Riona Kato 55.22 3T-3T 3F 2A botched FCSp
    5 Mei Ito 54.65 3T-3T 3F 2A
    6 Risa Shoji 54.31 3S-2T 3F 2A
    7 Saya Ueno 49.73
    8 Mariko Kihara 48.7
    9 Nana Matsushima 48.53
    10 Yuka Tooyama 47.54
    11 Honoka Kawanishi 47.27
    12 Yukiko Fujisawa 47.01

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    Hino skated quite well actually but wasn't super clean. There was a severe flutz on his combo. You can't see it on the video because of the crappy cameraperson work. I was in the arena. Nevertheless he seems very confident and well-prepared. Definitely he will be a candidate to medal at Junior Worlds, possibly a gold medal, especially if Kovtun is not coming (no idea). The score is of course inflated at this kind of event (43 for TES and 33 PCS), still the difference of 10 points between his TES and PCS is rather telling, even at such kind of event. There is no competition for him at this event, he will surely win tomorrow but I won't be able to attend. Today both Sato and Kajita hit the music really well, they didn't do any major elements like 3A or 3-3 and no one expected them from them, good spins very well-centered and nice speed. Btw, Kento Nakamura was in K&C cheering for his folks (the final standing is "by prefecture"). I missed Kawahara since I was out near the arena at his warm-up, so I can't comment first hand. I didn't stay for ladies but judging by the score the first 6 are really close to each other. In general the event is very generously organized, with a lot of fun near the arena, etc. Some vids from the same mute stream here:
    Hino: http://youtu.be/mpYtZx0xRHI
    Kawahara: http://youtu.be/efcjuGR7s1s

    Oba: http://youtu.be/8k7leMcPu74
    Hongo: http://youtu.be/cNidjeaNAak
    Shoji: http://youtu.be/-DwY7oYSwN4
    Tomotaki: http://youtu.be/EHtcoNeAfew

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