Mone Chiba | Golden Skate

Mone Chiba

dorispulaski

Wicked Yankee Girl
Joined
Jul 26, 2003
Country
United-States
Mone Chiba (Japanese: 千 葉 百 音) is a Japanese skater. She was born 01.05.2005 in Sendai, Japan. Her coach is Soushi Tanaka, and her
choreographers are Kenji Miyamoto and Akiko Suzuki. She competes for TOHOKU High School.

Chiba is the 2021 Japanese Junior bronze medalist and will be competing at the 2021 Japanese National Championships.

ISU Bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00110118.htm

Rinkresults Profile: http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=13380

Programs & Videos

2021-22
SP: East of Eden
FS: Butterfly Lovers Concerto

2021-22 Japanese Nationals
SP: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=H5dajdG9jnE
FS: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=E__mVXfv_Vk

2021-22 Japanese Junior Nationals
SP: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FaPNaavnuro
FS: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NSarA0Al9co

Competitive History

CompetitionCategoryScoreNoScoreNoScoreNo
Short
program
Free
skating
Total
2021-22
2021-22 Japanese NationalsSenior64.419119.8912184.3011
Japan Junior Championships 2021Junior58.977116.442175.413
Eastern Section Championships 2021Junior57.643104.133161.773
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2021Junior53.79193.781147.571
2020-21
Japan Championships 2020Senior54.4524103.7718158.2220
Japan Junior Championships 2020Junior53.171399.308152.478
Eastern Section Championships 2020Junior59.55190.404149.952
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2020Junior55.29196.231151.521
2019-20
Challenge Cup 2020Junior64.651117.211181.861
Japan Championships 2019Senior52.761797.7419150.5018
Japan Junior Championships 2019Junior56.517105.086161.596
Eastern Section Championships 2019Junior55.363105.581160.941
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2019Junior53.38198.341151.721
2018-19
Japan Junior Championships 2018Junior53.50883.4119136.9118
Eastern Section Championships 2018Junior51.384101.274152.653
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2018Junior44.68295.832140.511
2017-18
Japan Novice Championships 2017Advanced novice84.116
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2017Advanced novice88.121
Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy 2017Advanced novice41.35159.225100.575
2016-17
Japan Novice Championships 2016Advanced novice65.1129
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2016Advanced novice65.073
2015-16
Japan Novice Championships 2015Basic novice B53.7321
Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional Championships 2015Basic novice B51.093
 
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DizzyFrenchie

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 9, 2019
Mone Chiba (Japanese: 千 葉 百 音) is a Japanese skater. She was born 01.05.2005 in Sendai, Japan. Her coach is Soushi Tanaka, and her
choreographers are Kenji Miyamoto and Akiko Suzuki. She competes for TOHOKU High School.

Chiba is the 2021 Japanese Junior bronze medalist and will be competing at the 2021 Japanese National Championships.

ISU Bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00110118.htm

Rinkresults Profile: http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=13380

Competitive History

Thank you for this entry! She's such an enjoyable skater.
 

DizzyFrenchie

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 9, 2019
Mone Chiba is first after the Short Program at the Gdansk Junior Grand Prix, with 70+. She was beautiful and skated beautifully. I enjoyed particularly her first landing into a spiral, but as a whole her skating looks more and more mastered and polished. I hope she skates her Free just as well. This year she's skating to Schindler's List.
 

RatedPG

Medalist
Joined
Aug 21, 2018
Country
Canada
She was fantastic. She may be my favourite Junior. The only thing that bothered me was she was scored less than a point in PCS in comparison to Mao Shimada. Also, I’m worried about her as she may not be that consistent next time around. I want a camp other then Hamada, to represent Japan at Junior Grand Prix Finals for Japan.
 

DizzyFrenchie

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 9, 2019
Congratulations to Mone Chiba for her Silver Medal at All-Japan Junior Championships!
She's first alternate for Junior Grand Prix Final (I keep thinking that, if her Federation had, according to her 2021 National Junior Bronze, given her two Junior Grand Prix assignments from the beginning, or at least an early spot, instead of giving her one late spot and assigning her to another without preparation time, she may have been among the Top 6).
In about a month, she should participate in the All-Japan Senior Championships. I wish her the best success.
Here is her Free Skate at Nationals:
 
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