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    Miyahara 66.52 into 1st place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ks777 View Post
    Miyahara 66.52 into 1st place.
    o.o

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    There is no live feed for ladies's SP today. I live in Japan but I can't watch it live on any feed or TV.
    (I think Fuji TV is going to air Men's Free live maybe some groups though)

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    I am thinking maybe Miyahara will make the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ks777 View Post
    I am thinking maybe Miyahara will make the team.
    Unless she goes on underrotation spree

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirai4life View Post
    Unless she goes on underrotation spree
    yeah that's always the case for Miyahara... but Murakami is so inconsistant this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ks777 View Post
    I am thinking maybe Miyahara will make the team.

    This makes me worried for Kanako, and I don't think she dumped that horrid SP in favor of her 2011-12 one. Which means, if she doesn't go clean in her SP, her overall score will be low again. And she will have an even more uphill battle to qualify for Sochi.

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    66.52 is not a score easily achieved for a skater of Miyahara's rank. The JSF is serious to push her to the podium/olympic team. She will be the #1 Japanese lady in the next season. The Olympic spot is too valuable to waste for veterans with no chance of mendalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMURA View Post
    66.52 is not a score easily achieved for a skater of Miyahara's rank. The JSF is serious to push her to the podium/olympic team. She will be the #1 Japanese lady in the next season. The Olympic spot is too valuable to waste for veterans with no chance of mendalling.
    Yes, you've pointed that out multiple times across numerous threads in this forum over the past few months.

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    You know, other than her tiny underrotated jumps, Miyahara has everything else. She has good skating skils, great spins and good presentation skills. She is more polished than Murakami to me.

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    Haruka Imai: 2A, 3S-3T, 3lo (60.63 Into 2nd)

    Everyone catching Satoko hehe

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    Standings after 4 groups

    1 Satoko Miyahara 66.52 3Lz-3T 3F 2A
    2 Haruka Imai 60.63 2A 3S-3T 3Lo
    3 Rika Hongo 59.25 3T-3T 3F 2A
    4 Mariko Kihara 56.35 3T-3T 3Lo 2A
    5 Kaori Sakamoto 56.29 3F-3T 3Lo 2A
    6 Miyabi Oba 55.07 3Lo 3S-3T 2A
    7 Miyu Nakashio 54.65 3T-3T 3F 2A
    8 Saya Ueno 54.27 3T-3T 3Lo 2A
    9 Riona Kato 53.72 3Lz-3T fall 3Lo 2A
    10 Yura Matsuda 50.94 3Lo-3Lo 3F prob. all ur 2A
    11 Yukiko Fujisawa 50.37 3Lo 3T-2T 2A
    12 Kana Muramoto 49.70 3T-2T 3S 2A fall
    13 Kaho Komaki 48.71 3Lz-2T 3T 2A
    14 Ayaka Hosoda 47.86 3T-2T 3S 2A
    15 Mai Mihara 45.51 3F-3T 3Lo fall 2A
    16 Yuki Nishino 45.49 3Lz< 2foot 3Lo fall 2A
    17 Risa Shoji 45.43 3S-3T<< 3Lo 2foot 2A
    18 Shion Kokubun 45.16 2Lz 3T-2T 2A
    19 Ayana Yasuhara 44.67 3Lo 2A 3S-2T
    20 Saya Suzuki 44.11 3T-2T 3Lo 2A
    21 Sakura Yamada 43.45 3T turn -2T 3Lo fall 2A
    22 Shiori Tanikawa 41.83 3S<< 3T-2T 2A
    23 Mayuko Okamoto 41.10 3F<< 3Lo-2T 2A overturn
    24 Mayu Yamamoto 39.58 3S 3T-1T 2A fall

    National inflation is more than I expected. The caller might not be too strict. Amano is the assistant TS though.

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    I am so nervous for Miki.. I should be sleeping right now, it's 12:25am here.. I guess I will go to bed after Miki's SP.

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    ARe you crazy Mao skates right after Miki.

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    Miyahara's UR magically disappears by Nationals
    seem they are pushing hard for Miyahara to got to the Olympics

    bad for Suzuki or Murakami

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