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    Riku Miura & Shoya Ichihashi

    Riku Miura and Shoya Ichihashi are Japanese pair skaters.

    Riku was born on 17 December 2001 in Takarazuka, Japan.

    Shoya was born on 5 November 1997 in Hiroshima.

    They teamed up in 2015. They are three-time Japanese Junior National Champions (2016-2018) and winners of the 2017 Mentor Torun Cup (junior category). They also placed in top 10 in the 2018 Four Continents and World Championships.

    They are coached by B. Marcotte, I. Connolly, Y. Oishi and T. Honda.

    ISU Bio
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00035431.htm

    Tracings.net entry
    http://www.tracings.net/miur-ichi.html

    Personal Best Scores starting from 2018/2019 season
    SP: 51.55 (ISU World Junior Championships 2019)
    FS: 89.85 (ISU JGP Canada 2018)
    TS: 141.40 (ISU JGP Canada 2018)

    Personal Best Scores pre 2018/2019 season
    SP: 50.30 (ISU World Junior Championships 2018)
    FS: 86.92 (ISU World Junior Championships 2018)
    TS: 137.22 (ISU World Junior Championships 2018)

    Programs and Videos
    2018/2019
    SP: "Cry Me a River"
    FS: "Warsaw Concerto" by Richard Addinsel

    2019 World Team Trophy
    SP:
    FS:
    2019 World Championships
    SP: no video found
    FS: no video found
    2019 Japanese Nationals2018 JGP Richmond, Canada2018 JGP Linz, Austria
    2017/2018
    SP: "Miss Saigon" by Claude-Michel Schoenberg
    FS: "Warsaw Concerto" by Richard Addinsel

    2018 Junior World Championships2018 Four Continents Championships2018 Japanese Junior Nationals2017 JGP Baltic Cup Gdańsk, Poland2017 JGP Riga Cup, Latvia
    2016/2017
    SP: "Miss Saigon" by Claude-Michel Schoenberg
    FS:
    Ex: "Sun & Moon" / "Why God Why"

    2017 Junior World Championships2017 Mentor Toruń Cup
    SP: no video found
    FS: no video found
    Ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZdqVNGkQ58

    Results
    Rows in azure - Japanese domestic competitions

    Competition Category SP FS TS
    2018/2019
    2019 World Team Trophy senior 6 (44.93) TBD TBD
    2019 World Championships junior 9 (51.55) 15 (78.75) 14 (130.30)
    2019 Japanese Nationals senior 2 (49.70) WD
    2018 JGP Richmond, Canada junior 5 (51.55) 3 (89.85) 4 (141.40)
    2018 JGP Linz, Austria junior 7 (45.98) 6 (85.69) 7 (131.67)
    2017/2018
    2018 Junior World Championships junior 9 (50.30) 11 (86.92) 10 (137.22)
    2018 Four Continents Championships senior 10 (44.25) 10 (81.94) 10 (126.19)
    2018 Japanese Junior Nationals junior 1 (48.47) 1 (76.25) 1 (124.72)
    2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb senior 6 (43.84) 6 (75.40) 6 (119.24)
    2017 JGP Baltic Cup Gdańsk, Poland junior 12 (46.14) 9 (81.58) 10 (127.72)
    2017 JGP Riga Cup, Latvia junior 10 (40.08) 8 (74.23) 10 (114.31)
    2016/2017
    2017 Junior World Championships junior 11 (46.90) 13 (73.29) 13 (120.19)
    2017 Mentor Toruń Cup junior 1 (42.04) 1 (70.31) 1 (112.35)
    2015/2016
    2016 Junior Bavarian Open junior 7 (35.08) 7 (59.49) 7 (94.57)
    2016 Japanese Junior Nationals junior 1 (37.11) 1 (70.39) 1 (107.50)
    2015 Japan Western Sectionals junior 1 (31.01) 1 (59.32) 1 (90.33)

    Galas and Exhibitions
    July 2018 - Dreams on Ice 2018 - "Cry Me a River" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IB8d_daEzYc
    July 2017 - Dreams on Ice 2017 - "Sun & Moon / Why God Why" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t05BX9WXwjM
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    They will represent Japan in Pairs at the upcoming World Team Trophy. Great opportunity to gain experience among seniors at the season's concluding event.
    Good luck!

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