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    Yuma Kagiyama

    Yuma Kagiyama (鍵山 優真 Kagiyama Yūma, born May 5, 2003 in Karuizawa, Japan) is a Japanese figure skater. He is the 2019 Challenge Cup silver medalist, the 2019 JGP France champion, the 2018 Junior Asian Open champion, and the 2019–20 Japanese junior national champion. He is the former junior world record holder for the men's free skating and combined total score. Yuma won the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics and is the 2020 Four continents silver medalist. He represented Japan at the 2020 World Junior Championships, and won the silver medal!

    Yuma Kagiyama's father was the three time Japanese national champion in figure skating, Mazakazu Kagiyama. Here his triple Axel and his father's triple Axel are compared:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8WRMG7rUpw


    Updated 3 May 2020


    Biographical Information


    ISU Bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00102339.htm

    Wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuma_Kagiyama

    Rinkresults: http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=11696

    Social Media

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/yuuuma1555




    Type Score Competition
    Personal Best Total Score 270.61 ISU Four Continents Championships 2020
    Personal Best Score Short Program 91.61 ISU Four Continents Championships 2020
    Personal Best Score Free Skating 179.00 ISU Four Continents Championships 2020


    Programs and Videos


    2019-2020
    SP: Piano Concerto "Fate" (from "Soho Crime") by Akira Senju; choreo by Misao Sato
    FS: "Speedway" ("Tucker" soundtrack) by Joe Jackson; "The Trial" ("Tucker" soundtrack) by Joe Jackson; "Toast of the Town" ("Tucker" soundtrack) by Joe Jackson; choreo by Misao Sato
    EX: "BomBom" (feat. The Teaching) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

    2020 World Junior Championships
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlCnxfkMPN0
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azrfoI1EGPg

    2020 Four Continents
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndS-GWry7kU
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IYJ-YdCjhY
    Victory Ceremony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No3PkOm1cs8
    Gala: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWrZuUoJc5g

    And:
    2020 Four Continents- All Events may be watched here, even in the USA
    https://yadi.sk/d/qKB44JvYb_HHMA


    2020 Winter Youth Olympics
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFK136-5X-U
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jI0oNjkW0yc

    2019 Japanese Nationals
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88xewtZ5xp8
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrTvdOA9R3M

    2019 JGPF Fancams
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAy7vSAPTv4
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBQOikLx_8c
    Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H69sUMohmCE

    2019 Japanese Junior Nationals
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrTvdOA9R3M

    2019 JGP Gdansk
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFlkA8JCXSg
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fa2QaXXrLJM

    2019 JGP Courchevel
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1YbX6EsOtU
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IK40WxI6IJg
    Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2Pcc6m6WJA

    2018-19
    SP: "Let The Good Time Roll" by Sam Theard, "FleecieMoore" performed by Fishbone; choreo by Misao Sato
    FS: "Ryomaden" by Naoki Sato; "Kaikoku" by Naoki Sato; choreo by Misao Sato

    2019 Challenge Cup FS
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBIr0GEsho4

    2018 Japanese Nationals
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0Q8qbETluM
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ina_l4jIo5c

    2018 Junior Japanese Nationals
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsp7K-OYWnQ

    2018 JGP Richmond
    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiXX50l9-E4
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj8bRZ1el_U

    2018 Yerevan
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSx_g3FuRio
    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSx_g3FuRio

    COMPETITIVE HISTORY

    Event Level SP FS Total
    2019–20 season
    2020 World Junior Championships Junior 1 (85.82) 5 (145.93) 2 (231.75)
    2020 Four Continents Senior 5 (91.61) 3 (179.00) 3 (274.82)
    2020 Winter Youth Olympics Team Event Junior - 1 (157.62) 2 Team Focus
    2020 Winter Youth Olympics Junior 3 (72.76) 1 (166.41) 1 (239.27)
    2019–20 Japan Championships Senior 7 (77.41) 2 (180.58) 3 (257.99)
    2019–20 Junior Grand Prix Final Junior 6 (71.19) 3 (155.90) 4 (227.09)
    2019–20 Japan Junior Championships Junior 1 (79.92) 1 (171.09) 1 (250.01)
    2019-20 Eastern Japan Junior Championships Junior 1 (85.95) 1 (158.73) 1 (244.68)
    2019-20 Kanto Regional Junior 1 (76.50) 1 (160.35) 1 (236.85)
    2019 JGP Poland Junior 2 (84.72) 2 (160.63) 2 (245.35)
    2019 JGP France Junior 1 (80.61) 1 (154.26) 1 (234.87)
    2018–19 season
    2019 International Challenge Cup Senior 2 (78.97) 2 (139.05) 2 (218.02)
    2018–19 Japan Championships Senior 6 (74.51) 6 (141.85) 6 (216.36)
    2018–19 Japan Junior Championships Junior 10(60.71) 3 (136.89) 5 (197.60)
    2018-19 Eastern Japan Junior Sectionals Junior 4 (63.14) 1 (132.51) 1 (19665)
    2018-19 Kanto Junior Regionals Junior 1 (77.62) 2 (122.85) 2 (200.47)
    2018 JGP Armenia Junior 6 (65.10) 1 (136.92) 2 (202.02)
    2018 JGP Canada Junior 2 (75.60) 6 (119.13) 4 (194.73)
    2018 Asian Open Trophy Junior 1 (57.75) 1 (117.15) 1 (174.90)
    2017–18 season
    2017-18 Japan Junior Championships Junior 14 (55.25) 13 (107.15) 12 (162.40)
    2017-18 Eastern Section Championships Junior 2 (60.95) 2 (118.69) 2 (179.64)
    2017-18 Kanto Regional Championships Junior 1 (55.88) 1 (111.56) 1 (167.44)
    2016–17 season
    2016-17 Japan Junior Championships Junior 8 (54.35) 12 (109.79) 11 (164.14)
    2016-17 Eastern Section Championships Junior 11 (42.70) 7 (96.24) 8 (138.94)
    2016-17 Kanto Regional Championships Junior 3 (48.69) 4 (99.45) 3 (148.14)
    2015–16 season
    2015-16 Japan Novice Championships Advanced novice 4 (86.55)
    2015-16 Kanto Regional Championships Advanced novice 1 (80.88)
    2014–15 season
    2014-15 Japan Novice Championships Advanced novice 14 (57.23)
    2014-15 Kanto Regional Championships Advanced novice 1 (58.98)
    2013–14 season
    2013-14 Japan Novice Championships Basic novice B 6 (53.47)
    2013-14 Kanto Regional Championships Basic novice B 1 (58.45)
    2012–13 season
    2012-13 Japan Novice Championships Basic novice B 7 (59.45)
    2012-13 Kanto Regional Championships Basic novice B 1 (58.00)


    OP by daphenaxa

    Love him! Such a promising young skater from Japan.
    He placed 1st at the Asian Open in the junior category last month and now 4th in his first junior GP with two solid programs. He is musical, has beautiful skating skills, knee-bend to die for that reminds of Shoma Uno or Takahiko Kozuka very nice jumps and spins, he's got it all!
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    He did so well today!!! such a little fierce fighter! congrats for silver medal at Armenian JGP!!
    https://youtu.be/NSx_g3FuRio

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    Talented AND adorable! Pity he couldn't snatch that gold medal victory, but now I'm sure he'll tear it up at Junior Worlds!

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    https://twitter.com/LilasDanceSkate/...22918209937408
    here is a video of Yuma's dad competing at the Nagano olympics. They have the same knee-bend!!

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    Just watched Yuma at his first senior nationals - where he skated in the final FS group - and he came 6th!

    He was also 5th at the junior nationals, 4th in JGP Canada and was listed as an alternate for the JGPF.

    I think he has a great future ahead! Love his performance qualities and he uses his upper body really well in particular. Hope he gets more competitions and junior grand prix assignments next year

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    Yuma's 4T. It's a little hard to see because of the glass. Does it look fully rotated? Not sure what the comments say.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BwPLOifn...ource=ig_embed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arriba627 View Post
    Yuma's 4T. It's a little hard to see because of the glass. Does it look fully rotated? Not sure what the comments say.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BwPLOifn...ource=ig_embed
    I can't tell, but he received GOE 3+ with his 4T. The comments there are praising him/his 4T.
    Judges' score as follows:
    https://www.jsfresults.com/local/201...9/data2005.pdf

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    Thx! Glad to hear it was a good 4T. Looks like there were a few other little problems, but I'm enjoying following his progress. I like his skating!

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    Congratulations to Yuma who won the junior men's event at the Kanto Summer Trophy over the weekend!
    He scored 73.64 in the SP and 156.77 in the FS, placing first in both programs to achieve 230.41 points overall.
    His 4T is quite stable now and he is currently working on 4S.

    Yuma will be competing at the JGP in Courchevel next week! I wish him a great competition!

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    Congratulations to Yuma for gold! what a great event for him he landed his 4T both times, with the second one receiving 3.26 GOE, and both of his skates were very good. I especially enjoyed his short program

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    Congratulations for Gold at the JGP in Courchevel. It was very good skate.

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    Please stay healthy Yuma we want your programs!

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    He is very promosing, I wish him the best in his future.

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    Congrats to Yuma on winning silver at JGP Poland and advancing to the JGP Final!

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    Will Yuma be the next one to do the 4F?
    https://twitter.com/figureskatingm1/...359026176?s=19

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    He won East Sectionals and is going to Junior Nationals!
    I'm happy for him. His 4T seems quite stable so maybe he could do a 4F one day soon

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    Congrats to Yuma on becoming 2019 Japan Junior National Champion!

    FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrTvdOA9R3M

    Good luck at JGPF and the 2020 Youth Olympics!

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    Good luck Yuma for Nationals Free!

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    3rd place and a trip to 4CC! So over the moon for Yuma!! His potential and ability is astounding, I'll be sure to follow his career closely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penrhyn View Post
    3rd place and a trip to 4CC! So over the moon for Yuma!! His potential and ability is astounding, I'll be sure to follow his career closely.
    Great first post. Post often.

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