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    Triglav Trophy medalists/final results:
    Gold - Sota Yamamoto (Adv. Nov. Boys), Marin Honda (Adv. Nov. Girls)
    Silver - Miyabi Oba (Sr. Ladies) - she received 225 WS points; Taichi Honda (Jr. Men), Yura Matsuda (Jr. Ladies), Kaori Sakamoto (Adv. Nov. Girls)
    Bronze - Daisuke Murakami (Sr. Men) - he received 203 ISU World Standings ranking points
    4th - Akio Sasaki (Sr. Men) - he received 182 WS points

    Gardena Spring Trophy medalists:
    Gold - Takahiko Kozuka (Sr.) - he received 250 WS points
    Silver - Haruka Imai (Sr.) - she received 225 WS points; Shu Nakamura (Jr. Men), Rin Nitaya (Jr. Ladies), Taichiro Yamakuma (Adv. Nov. Boys), Yuhana Yokoi (Adv. Nov. Girls)
    Bronze - Eriko Yamakuma (Adv. Nov. Girls)

    Gardena podium pics via Twitter:
    Senior Men (L to R: Rippon USA, Kozuka, Stephane Walker SUI)
    Junior Men (L to R: Shu Nakamura, Jordan Moeller USA, Jimmy Ma USA)
    Junior Ladies (L to R: Rin Nitaya, Polina Edmunds USA, Briley Pizzelanti ITA)
    Novice Girls (L to R: Yuhana Yokoi, Karen Chen USA, Eriko Yamakuma)

    ETA:
    Videos filmed from the stands:

    Takahiko Kozuka:
    Short Program (1st) and Free Skate (2nd)

    Haruka Imai:
    Short Program (7th) and Free Skate (2nd)
    Last edited by Sylvia; 04-04-2013 at 03:07 AM.
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    Haruka Imai: Short Program ”Charade” From Movie "Charade", Choreography: Yuka Sato 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egei2...layer_embedded

    Haruka Imai: Free Skating "Divertimento in B-flat (K137)", Choreogrqphy: Yuka Sato
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDyr8...layer_embedded

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    Miki Ando is going to participate to the ice show, "Fantasy on Ice 2013 in Fukuoka"

    Date: July 6th (Sat), July 7th (Sun)
    Venue: Marinemesse Fukuoka in Fukuoka city

    The detail of this event is not announced yet.
    Last edited by Akira Andrea; 04-15-2013 at 02:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akira Andrea View Post
    Miki Ando is going to participate to the ice show, "Fantasy on Ice 2013 in Fukuoka"

    Date: July 6th (Sat), July 7th (Sun)
    Venue: Marinemesse Fukuoka in Fukuoka city

    The detail of this event is not announced yet.
    yeah, miki on ice!!!looking forward!

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    Mao Asada's new SP is a classical piece (choreo by Lori nichol)
    http://www.sanspo.com/sports/news/20...140004-n1.html

    Takahito Mura had progresses on finding sponsors
    http://www.sanspo.com/sports/news/20...390003-n1.html

    Satoko Miyahara will make a senior debut
    http://sankei.jp.msn.com/sports/news...0100011-n1.htm

    The senior ranks of Japanese ladies would be too thin after Sochi. It's better for Miyahara to move up to the senior GP, and to give JGP spots to other (younger) skaters.

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    Thanks, NMURA.

    The Miyahara article mentions that she will join Yuzuru Hanyu, Daisuke Takahashi, Mao Asada in the top group of funded Japanese skaters, correct? (I don't see Akiko Suzuki's name mentioned?)

    Can someone start a new thread in GSD when the Japan Skating Federation announces/publishes the 2013-14 Season Training Players of Japan (“The 2013-14 Season Kyouka Senshu”)? Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Sylvia; 04-20-2013 at 02:13 AM. Reason: To correct a typo
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    Satoko Miyahara was designated to the special certified athlete of JSF for the first time

    This is an article in “Mainichi Shimbun” in Japan.
    Translating to English from Japanese.

    Satoko Miyahara was designated to “Tokubetsu Kyouka Senshu” or “the Special Certified Athlete” of JSF for the first time.
    April 19th, 2013 JST

    By Tatsuya Haga
    Japan Skating Federation (JSF) held the board of directors in Tokyo Metropolitan area and decided the certified athletes in 2013/2014 season. 15 years old, Satoko Miyahara (Kansai University High School) was designated for the first time to the special certified player of the best rank of the figure skating in JSF in addition to Mao Asada (Chukyo University), Daisuke Takahashi (Kansai Graduate School), etc.
    Miki Ando (25) who did not participate to the competition last season and is former Worlds champion was out of the designation of the certified athlete. Narumi Takahashi (Kinoshita Club) who is the bronze medalist in 2012 Worlds and paired with Kihara Ryuichi newly was designated to "Kyouka Senshu B" or "the Certified Athlete B" of Pair in JSF.

    The article
    http://mainichi.jp/sports/news/20130...50044000c.html

    The list of the new certified athletes will be released officially soon.

    Reference:
    Satoko Miyahara: 2012 Japan Nationals FS “Romeo and Juliet”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmcTxi_vCDo
    Last edited by Akira Andrea; 04-20-2013 at 02:43 AM.

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    Thank you for the videos, Sylvia, and thank you for the links, new, and translations, NMURA and Akira Andrea! So glad Mura has sponsors. Can't wait to see Mao's new SP! I really want some news Akiko's new programs and just how she is doing in general.

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    2013-2014 figure skating athletes
    http://skatingjapan.or.jp/image_data...ure_kyouka.pdf

    "Special" athletes
    Yuzuru Hanyu
    Daisuke Takahashi
    Takahito Mura
    Nobunari Oda
    Takahiko Kozuka
    Tatsuki Machida
    Mao Asada
    Kanako Murakami
    Akiko Suzuki
    Satoko Miyahara

    "A" athletes
    Kento Nakamura
    Akio Sasaki
    Keiji Tanaka
    Ryuju Hino
    Shoma Uno
    Yuki Nishino
    Rika Hongo
    Riona Kato
    Yura Matsuda

    "B" athletes
    Daisuke Murakami
    Sei Kawahara
    Taichi Honda
    Shu Nakamura
    Sota Yamamoto
    Taichiro Yamakuma
    Risa Shoji
    Haruka Imai
    Rin Nitaya
    Miyabi Oba
    Wakaba Higuchi
    Mai Mihara
    Kaori Sakamoto

    Ice Dance
    Cathy & Chris Reed

    Pairs B
    Narumi Takahashi/Ryuichi Kihara


    Imai will be promoted to the "A" rank if she gets a GP assignment.

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    JSF announced the 2013/2014 Season Certified Athlete of Japan

    This is an article of JSF.
    Translating to English from Japanese.

    “Kyouka Senshu” or “the Certified Athlete” of Japan in 2013/2014 season.
    April 19th, 2013

    “Tokubetsu Kyouka Senshu” or “Special Certified Athlete”
    Men:
    Yuzuru Hanyu (Waseda University)
    Daisuke Takahashi (Kansai University Graduate School)
    Mura Takahito (Chukyo University)
    Nobunari Oda (Kansai University)
    Takahiko Kozuka (Toyota Motor)
    Tatsuki Machida (Kansai University)
    Ladies:
    Mao Asada (Chukyo University)
    Kanako Murakami (Chukyo University Chukyo High School)
    Akiko Suzuki (Howa Sports Land)
    Satoko Miyahara (Kansai University High School)

    “Kyouka Senshu A” or “Certified Athlete A”
    Men:
    Kento Nakamura (Rikkyo University)
    Akio Sasaki (Meiji University)
    Keiji Tanaka (Kurashiki Geijyutsu Kagaku University)
    Ryuju Hino (Chukyo University)
    Shoma Uno (Chukyo University Chukyo High School)
    Ladies:
    Yuki Nishino (Meiji University)
    Rika Hongo (Aichi Mizuho University Mizuho High School)
    Riona Kato (Kansai SC)
    Yura Matsuda (Howa SC)

     
    “Kyoka Senshu B” or “Certified Athlete B”
    Men:
    Daisuke Murakami (Yoshindo)
    Sei Kawahara (Oki Gakuen)
    Taichi Honda (Kansai University High School)
    Shu Nakamura (Kansai University Hokuyo SC)
    Sota Yamamoto (Howa SC)
    Taichiro Yamakuma (Kobe FSC)
    Reo Ishizuka (Seibu Higashi Fushimi FSC) J26/N3
    Ladies:
    Risa Shoji (Komaba Gakuen High School)
    Haruka Imai (Daito Bunka University)
    Rin Nitaya (Howa SC)
    Miyabi Oba (Chukyo University Chukyo High School)
    Wakaba Higuchi (Meiji Jingu Gaien FSC)
    Mai Mihara (Kobe Port Island FSC)
    Kaori Sakamoto (Kobe FSC)
    Yuka Kito (Sibu Higashi Fushimi FSC) J15/N4

    The Special Certified Athlete of Ice Dance
    Cathy Reed (Kinoshita Club)
    Chris Reed (Kinoshita Club)

    The Certified Athlete B of Pair
    Narumi Takahashi (Kinoshita Club)
    Ryuichi Kihara (Chukyo University)

    The Certified Athlete A of Ice Dance
    Emi Hirai (Kansai University)
    Marion De La Asuncion (Biwako FSC)

    The Certified Athlete B of Ice Dance
    Nana Sugiki (Aoyama Gakuin University)
    Hiroichi Noguchi (Meiji University)

    The Certified Team A of Synchronized Skating
    Jingu Ice Messengers Grace

    The Certified Team B of Synchronized Skating
    Tokyo Synchronized Skating Club

    The article
    The 2013/2014 season Certified Athlete of Japan.
    http://skatingjapan.or.jp/image_data...ure_kyouka.pdf


    In addition, the formal list of "Kyouka Senshu" or "the Certified Athlete" is opened to the public at the column of "Kyouka Senshu" of JSF official homepage after July 1st.

    The column of "Kyouka Senshu" of JSF official homepage.
    http://www.skatingjapan.or.jp/nation...ional_list.php
    Last edited by Akira Andrea; 04-23-2013 at 08:10 AM.

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    Thanks very much to both of you!

    I've added Japan Nationals results (Senior, Junior, Novice) below and indicated the JGP age-eligible skaters below with *.

    “Tokubetsu Kyouka Senshu” or “Special Certified Athlete”
    ...
    *Satoko Miyahara J1 / S3 (is it confirmed anywhere that she plans to move up to the Senior GP?)

    “Kyouka Senshu A” or “Certified Athlete A”
    Men:
    Kento Nakamura S6
    Akio Sasaki S8
    *Keiji Tanaka J3 / S7
    *Ryuju Hino J1 / S10
    *Shoma Uno J2 / S11
    Ladies:
    Yuki Nishino S7
    *Rika Hongo J3 / S5
    *Riona Kato J2 / S6
    *Yura Matsuda J4 / S8

    “Kyoka Senshu B” or “Certified Athlete B”
    Men:
    Daisuke Murakami (injured at NHK Trophy & missed Nationals)
    *Sei Kawahara J5 / S17
    *Taichi Honda J6 / S14
    *Shu Nakamura J8
    *Sota Yamamoto J4 / N1 (yet to make JGP debut)
    *Taichiro Yamakuma J7 / N2 (yet to make JGP debut)
    Ladies:
    *Risa Shoji S12
    Haruka Imai S14
    *Rin Nitaya J5 / S10
    *Miyabi Oba J6 / S11
    *Wakaba Higuchi J7 / N2 (yet to make JGP debut)
    *Mai Mihara J8 / N3 (yet to make JGP debut)
    *Kaori Sakamoto J9 / N1 (yet to make JGP debut)

    Based on 2013 Junior Worlds results, Japan will receive 7 JGP slots for both their ladies and men.

    Quote Originally Posted by NMURA View Post
    Imai will be promoted to the "A" rank if she gets a GP assignment.
    She should be in the top 24 of the ISU World Standings when they are updated for the new season and therefore be guaranteed 1 invite based on the 2012-13 selection criteria.
    Last edited by Sylvia; 04-22-2013 at 05:11 PM.
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    Deleted my post - see Akira Andrea's correction and reply to my original post in post #734 below.
    Last edited by Sylvia; 04-23-2013 at 02:22 AM.
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    Question: Does anyone know why Daisuke never participates on The Ice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvia View Post
    This is a new team. Does this mean that Bryna Oi has retired from competition? Oi/Mizutani's ISU bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00014048.htm
    I'm sorry.
    I mistook the name of the player of the Certified Team B of ice dance, because my prejudice.

    The correct name of the team is below.

    The Certified Athlete B of Ice Dance
    Nana Sugiki (Aoyama Gakuin University)
    Hiroichi Noguchi (Meiji University)

    I don't know the reason that the Bryna Oi & Taiyo Mizutani team alternated with the Nana Sugiki & Hiroichi Noguchi team.
    I think that JSF may have considered the nationality for the Sochi Olympics, because their results aren't the cause.
    Last edited by Akira Andrea; 04-23-2013 at 02:26 AM.

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    Takahito Mura got married this month and will be a father next month.

    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000032-dal-spo

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    What does this article say about Miki? Does she compete in the olympic season? http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000004-sph-spo

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    Quote Originally Posted by lily View Post
    What does this article say about Miki? Does she compete in the olympic season? http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000004-sph-spo
    page can't be opened

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    Quote Originally Posted by lily View Post
    What does this article say about Miki? Does she compete in the olympic season? http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000004-sph-spo
    This is an article in "Sports Hochi" in Japan.
    Translating to English from Japanese.

    Miki who comes back with an ice show after an interval of 9 months said, "I am exciting".
    April 17th, 2013 JST

    In April 17th, Miki Ando appeared to the press conference of the ice show "Art on Ice 2013" (June 1st-2nd, Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo) which was held in Tokyo Metropolitan area.

    She showed the determination to skate in this show as the first step of next season which is the Sochi Olympic season and she will face with being conscious as the final season as the eligible.

    It is after interval of 9 months that Ando who rested continuously for two seasons skates in the public place. As for next season, she intends to return to competition and she said with smiling, "This show is my first event of new season. I'm exciting because it is after long interval. I hope the audience gets the different impression than before about me, so as to say, 'she has changed' or 'she became like an adult'".

    In this season, she was absent from the competition because of the lack of conditioning such as the coach absence. She disclosed, saying, "Although there were the offers from the various shows, I has lost the opportunity to skate because of my private circumstances". However, she has continued the preparation to greet next season with the perfect condition, such as practicing with reserving a rink at the midnight when there is not the person. 

    She is going to train herself skating to the program with participating to the plural shows from now on. She aims at the Japan Nationals which is the qualification event of the Japan representative for Sochi Olympics in the end of this year, but she must participate from the preliminary competition of the local block competition etc. in this autumn, because she is out of the Certified Athlete of JSF. She said, "I hope that everybody enjoy the figure skating not only as a competition but also as an entertainment". Aiming at the compilation as the athlete, she is going to start.

    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000004-sph-spo
    ※The copyright of this article belongs to distribution original.

    Reference::
    In June ,the ice show, "Art on Ice 2013 in Japan" lands to Japan at the first time
    http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/show...the-first-time
    Last edited by Akira Andrea; 04-25-2013 at 08:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akira Andrea View Post
    This is an article in "Sports Hochi" in Japan.
    Translating to English from Japanese.

    Miki who comes back with an ice show after an interval of 9 months said, "I am exciting".

    In April 17th, Miki Ando appeared to the press conference of the ice show "Art on Ice 2013" (June 1st-2nd, Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo) which was held in Tokyo Metropolitan area.

    She showed the determination to skate in this show as the first step of next season which is the Sochi Olympic season and she will face with being conscious as the final season as the eligible.

    It is after interval of 9 months that Ando who rested continuously for two seasons skates in the public place. As for next season, she intends to return to competition and she said with smiling, "This show is my first event of new season. I'm exciting because it is after long interval. I hope the audience gets the different impression than before about me, so as to say, 'she has changed' or 'she became like an adult'".

    In this season, she was absent from the competition because of the lack of conditioning such as the coach absence. She disclosed, saying, "Although there were the offers from the various shows, I has lost the opportunity to skate because of my private circumstances". However, she has continued the preparation to greet next season with the perfect condition, such as practicing with reserving a rink at the midnight when there is not the person. 

    She is going to train herself skating to the program with participating to the plural shows from now on. She aims at the Japan Nationals which is the qualification event of the Japan representative for Sochi Olympics in the end of this year, but she must participate from the preliminary competition of the local block competition etc. in this autumn, because she is out of the Certified Athlete of JSF. She said, "I hope that everybody enjoy the figure skating not only as a competition but also as an entertainment". Aiming at the compilation as the athlete, she is going to start.

    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20...000004-sph-spo
    ※The copyright of this article belongs to distribution original.
    Greatest thanks Akira Andrea! The link changed and I wasn't able to find it again later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lily View Post
    Greatest thanks Akira Andrea! The link changed and I wasn't able to find it again later.
    It's my pleasure.

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