Is this the 3rd FS Yuma has announced for this season?Eastern Sectional Championships results are being updated in the Kiss & Cry section: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/th...estic-competitions.107441/page-2#post-5892872
Yuma Kagiyama will debut a FS to the Avatar OST, choreographed remotely by Lori Nichol, tomorrow (he had previously skated to the Lord of the Rings musical at Japan Open & Kanto Regionals):
Good memory! During the senior training camp back in July: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/th...eason-news-updates.107299/page-2#post-5836732Didn't he announce Princess Mononoke around the same time, then say he changed both, and now the newest FS? Or something like that.
And Marin's confidence seems low & emotions high: https://www.nikkansports.com/sports/news/202011070000608.htmlMarin Honda (said her right shoulder, dislocated before Tokyo Regionals last month, is healed and she "hasn't had any pain for the past two weeks."):
The son won the NHK Trophy, which his father Masakazu (49), who participated in two consecutive Olympic games, could not achieve.
Although not officially recognized by the International Skating Union (ISU), the new program "Avatar", which is less than two months old, has scored 188.61 free points, which is equivalent to the fifth place in the world. He started in October with world-famous choreographer Lori Nichol and fell four times at the East Japan Championship in November, which was unveiled for the first time. The amount of practice was doubled in order to crush the crying task, and the jump was changed to a structure that makes it easier to jump by remote instruction at midnight on the 15th.
Participated in the 1992 Albertville Olympics and the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics. Japan's first successful quadruple jump in the official game was Takeshi Honda in 1998, but "first in practice" is said to be Masakazu. When my father said, "I succeeded in quadruple toe loop in practice in 1994. I was also working on Salchow," my son said, "The softness of the knee is inherited from my father." With the same two types of quadruples as weapons, he won the NHK Trophy that his father could not win. "I think I was able to fulfill my father's revenge," he laughed.
My dream is to "win the Beijing Olympics", but "I want to concentrate on the All Japan Championship now", aiming at Nagano from December 24th. Although my father won the tournament three times in a row from 1991 to 1993, the wall is in front of me, not in the past. "In order to become the top in the world in the future, I have to become the top in Japan. I want to practice so that I can compete with Uno and Hanyu (1st and 2nd last year) on an equal footing."
Wakaba Higuchi: https://www.nikkansports.com/sports/news/202011280000584.html"Wow!" Sakamoto shouted when she saw the number of 229.51 points. "Matrix" which is the second season. All 7 jumps are given points, and the performance composition points out of 10 points that show the expression side are 9 points in 4 out of 5 items. "I hadn't skated cleanly last year. If I didn't make a mistake, I would get this much." I was aiming for this.
Rino Matsuike (won the bronze at NHK Trophy less than a week after becoming Junior national champion): https://www.nikkansports.com/sports/news/202011280000560.htmlEven if I was really jumping on my own, I got off and thought "Ah". I think it wasn't enough. I think it's almost timing. The speed was also very good. The direction was also good. I think that the timing of tightening was delayed and the rotation was delayed. I was able to land the ice in the tension of the game, so I will connect to the next.
I think it was a very high jump. It had a "q" mark (slightly under-rotated), but I think it was a great jump in height, width, landing flow, and even so at that speed. " I thought about my efforts.
Misato K. posted this photo of the NHK Trophy ice dance podium: https://www.instagram.com/p/CIJxzOSpMYX/This season's first "international tournament" was packed with 3,000 spectators. Komatsubara said, "Thank you from the bottom of my heart for creating this tournament. I will cherish each day and do my best so that I can do my best even if there is a next tournament," Koleto said. I want to improve my physical condition. I want to improve so that I can ride the waves."
May the force be with her! It’s so exciting to be seeing Rika & other “mystery skaters” not yet seen this season