2017–18 Japan Figure Skating Championships

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2017–18 Japan Figure Skating Championships
Type:National championship
Date:20ー24 December 2017 (S)
24ー26 November 2017 (J)
Season:2017–18
Location:Tokyo (S)
Gunma (J)
Champions
Men's singles:
Shoma Uno (S)
Mitsuki Sumoto (J)
Ladies' singles:
Satoko Miyahara (S)
Rika Kihira (J)
Pair skating:
Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara (S)
Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi (J)
Ice dance:
Kana Muramoto / Chris Reed (S)
Haruno Yajima / Daiki Shimazaki (J)
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The 2017–18 Japan Figure Skating Championships were held in Tokyo, in December 2017. It was the 86th edition of the event. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

Senior-level results[edit]

The senior competitions took place on 20–24 December 2017 at the Musashino Forest Sports Plaza, Tokyo.[1]

Men[edit]

Shoma Uno won his second consecutive national title.[2][3]

Rank Name Club Total points SP FS
1 Shoma Uno Toyota Motor Corporation / トヨタ自動車 283.30 1 96.83 1 186.47
2 Keiji Tanaka Kurashiki Univ. of Science and Arts / 倉敷芸術科学大学 267.15 2 91.34 2 175.81
3 Takahito Mura HIROTA 258.41 3 85.53 3 172.88
4 Kazuki Tomono Doshisha Figure Skating Club / 同志社大学 231.21 5 78.16 5 153.05
5 Daisuke Murakami yoshindo / 陽進堂 230.95 4 80.99 7 149.96
6 Mitsuki Sumoto Naniwa High School / 浪速中・高スケート部 225.76 7 72.93 6 152.83
7 Ryuju Hino Chukyo University / 中京大学 223.61 10 68.22 4 155.39
8 Hiroaki Sato Iwate University / 岩手大学 214.85 6 77.98 9 136.87
9 Sota Yamamoto AMC Mizuho High School / 愛知みずほ大瑞穂高校 208.27 8 72.88 10 135.39
10 Jun Suzuki Hokkaido University / 北海道大学 207.39 12 66.83 8 140.56
11 Sena Miyake Okayama Figure Skating Club / 岡山FSC 199.95 9 68.77 15 131.18
12 Sei Kawahara Fukuoka University / 福岡大学 199.37 11 67.74 14 131.63
13 Tatsuya Tsuboi Howa Sportsland / 邦和スポーツランド 198.71 14 63.35 11 135.36
14 Shu Nakamura Kansai University Skating Club / 関西大学 198.16 13 65.75 13 134.41
15 Taichi Honda Kansai University Skating Club / 関西大学 192.87 18 59.75 12 133.12
16 Shun Sato Sendai FSC / 仙台FSC 185.52 20 57.77 16 127.75
17 Kazuki Kushida Okayama Figure Skating Club / 岡山FSC 181.29 17 60.06 17 121.23
18 Koshin Yamada SMBC 177.40 16 61.01 19 116.39
19 Yuto Kishina Konkou Gakuen / 金光学園 174.13 23 56.16 18 117.97
20 Kento Kajita Meiji University / 明治大学 172.57 19 58.65 20 113.92
21 Tsunehito Karakawa Nihon University / 日本大学 169.86 21 56.64 21 113.22
22 Yoji Nakano Meiji University / 明治大学 159.34 22 56.56 22 102.78
23 Ryo Sagami Meiji University / 明治大学 154.16 15 63.05 24 99.90
24 Junya Watanabe Kansai Gakuin University / 関西学院大学 153.91 24 54.01 23 91.11
Did not advance to free skating
25 Kousuke Nakano Fukuoka University / 福岡大学 25 53.62 N/A
26 Hidetsugu Kamata Meiji University / 明治大学 26 52.66 N/A
27 Junsuke Tokikuni Doshisha Figure Skating Club / 同志社大学 27 51.71 N/A
28 Kento Kobayashi Hosei / 法政大学 28 51.18 N/A
29 Kento Suginaka 関西学院大学 29 43.66 N/A
WD Yuzuru Hanyu* All Nippon Airways (ANA) withdrew from competition

* Hanyu withdrew to continue recovering from an ankle injury he sustained in practice at the 2017 NHK Trophy.

Ladies[edit]

Miyahara won the national title for the fourth year in a row.[4][5]

Rank Name Club Total points SP FS
1 Satoko Miyahara Kansai University Figure Skating Club / 関西大学 220.39 2 73.23 1 147.16
2 Kaori Sakamoto Sysmex / シスメックス 213.51 1 73.59 4 139.92
3 Rika Kihira Kansai University Figure Skating Club / 関西大学KFSC 208.03 5 66.74 2 141.29
4 Wakaba Higuchi Nihonbashi Girls' High School / 日本橋女学館 206.96 4 68.93 5 138.03
5 Mai Mihara Sysmex / シスメックス 204.67 7 64.27 3 140.40
6 Rika Hongo Howa Sportsland / 邦和スポーツランド 197.62 3 70.48 8 127.14
7 Marin Honda Kansai JHS/HS Skating Club / 関西大学中・高スケート部 193.37 6 66.65 9 126.72
8 Yuhana Yokoi Chukyo Senior High School / 中京大中京高校 192.99 9 62.68 6 130.31
9 Yuna Shiraiwa Kansai University Figure Skating Club / 関西大学KFSC 191.69 8 63.33 7 128.36
10 Mako Yamashita Grand Prix Tokai Club / グランプリ東海クラブ 183.34 15 57.80 10 125.54
11 Yura Matsuda Chukyo University High School / 中京大中京高校 174.12 17 55.91 11 118.21
12 Rin Nitaya Chukyo University / 中京大学 172.50 10 61.28 15 111.22
13 Nana Araki Chukyo Senior High School / 中京大中京高校 171.74 12 59.66 14 112.08
14 Kokoro Iwamoto Kansai University Figure Skating Club / 関西大学KFSC 170.64 16 56.16 12 114.48
15 Mariko Kihara Doshisha University / 同志社大学 169.61 18 55.50 13 114.11
16 Hina Takeno Fukuoka University / 福岡大学 169.55 14 59.22 16 110.33
17 Sui Takeuchi Daido High School Skating Club / 大同大大同SC 169.02 11 60.93 17 108.09
18 Miaki Morisita Aquapia Skating Club / アクアピアスケーティングC 165.25 13 59.43 20 105.82
19 Rinka Watanabe Aomoriyamada JHS F.S / 青森山田中学校 161.91 19 55.46 18 106.45
20 Hinano Isobe Chukyo University / 中京大学 158.18 21 52.36 21 105.82
21 Tomoe Kawabata N-kō Tōkyō / N高東京 158.16 22 52.13 19 106.03
22 Yuka Nagai Waseda University / 早稲田大学 152.26 20 55.25 24 97.01
23 Riona Kato Chukyo University / 中京大学 151.06 24 49.53 22 101.53
24 Ibuki Satoh Komaba Gakuen High School / 駒場学園高校 148.56 23 50.84 23 97.72
Did not advance to free skating
25 Rika Oya Meiji University / 明治大学 25 48.49 N/A
26 Ayaka Hosoda Kansai University / 関西大学 26 47.15 N/A
27 Chinatsu Mori Meiji University / 明治大学 27 46.37 N/A
28 Miyu Nakashio Hiroshima Skate Club / 広島スケートクラブ 28 44.60 N/A
29 Mone Kawanishi Yamanashi HS/Univ. / 山梨学院大学 29 42.75 N/A
30 Honoka Hirotani Hachinohe Kodai Ichi / 八戸工大一高 30 38.17 N/A

Pair skating[edit]

Rank Name Club Total points SP FS
1 Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara Kinoshita Club / 木下クラブ 160.71 1 54.53 1 106.18
2 Narumi Takahashi / Ryo Shibata Kinoshita Club / 木下クラブ 143.93 3 49.29 2 94.64
3 Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi Osaka Skating Club 大阪スケート倶楽部 /
Kansai University 関西大学
140.76 2 51.54 3 89.22

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Club Total points SP FS
1 Kana Muramoto / Chris Reed Kinoshita Club / 木下クラブ 166.45 1 65.71 1 100.74
2 Misato Komatsubara / Timothy Koleto Kurashiki FSC/USA / 倉敷FSC/USA 149.47 2 56.65 2 92.82
3 Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno Daitobunka University 大東文化大学 /
Hosei University 法政大学
130.27 3 47.43 3 82.84
4 Yuka Orihara / Kanata Mori Musashino FSC ムサシノFSクラブ /
Meiji University 明治大学
113.89 4 45.54 4 68.35
5 Mio Iida / Kenta Ishibashi Kansai HS/Univ. / 関西学院大学 86.32 5 34.25 5 52.07

Junior-level results[edit]

The junior men's singles, ladies' singles, and ice dancing competitions took place on 24–26 November 2017 in Gunma.

Men[edit]

Rank Name[6] Total points SP FS
1 Mitsuki Sumoto 198.19 1 67.34 1 130.85
2 Sena Miyake 189.17 2 66.09 5 123.08
3 Tatsuya Tsuboi 189.15 5 63.53 2 125.62
4 Kazuki Kushida 189.00 4 63.98 3 125.02
5 Yuto Kishina 184.94 6 61.35 4 123.59
6 Shun Sato 180.20 11 59.64 6 120.56
7 Kazuki Hasegawa 175.48 3 64.18 10 111.30
8 Taichiro Yamakuma 173.67 7 61.18 8 112.49
9 Shingo Nishayama 172.97 8 60.07 7 112.90
10 Takeru Kataise 170.87 12 58.68 9 112.19
11 Ichigo Santo 170.61 9 59.99 11 110.62
12 Yuma Kagiyama 162.40 14 55.25 13 107.15
13 Kao Miura 162.40 10 59.98 14 102.42
14 Haruya Sasaki 155.25 19 45.87 12 109.38
15 Keisuke Kadowaki 154.08 13 55.53 15 98.55
16 Lucastsuyoshi Honda 146.23 15 53.51 17 92.72
17 Kenta Kuninaka 142.88 20 45.22 16 97.66
18 Yuga Furusho 140.15 17 49.33 18 90.82
19 Minato Shiga 134.32 18 48.28 21 86.04
20 Nozumo Yoshioka 131.52 23 41.82 19 89.70
21 Haru Kakiuchi 130.24 22 41.86 20 88.38
22 Kosho Oshima 129.71 21 44.99 22 84.72
23 Yuki Kunikata 128.09 16 50.39 23 77.70
24 Kinari Sugahara 115.05 24 41.09 24 73.96
Did not advance to free skating
25 Ryoto Midorikawa 25 38.88 N/A
26 Shunsuke Nakamura 26 38.86 N/A
27 Kimichika Wada 27 38.68 N/A
28 Seiya Tsuboi 28 33.51 N/A

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name[6] Total points SP FS
1 Rika Kihira 193.46 6 57.89 1 135.57
2 Mako Yamashita 190.03 1 65.13 2 124.90
3 Nana Araki 177.07 2 61.51 4 115.56
4 Yuhana Yokoi 172.97 7 56.89 3 116.08
5 Rinka Watanabe 168.62 4 59.45 5 109.17
6 Tomoe Kawabata 167.52 3 61.49 6 106.03
7 Riko Takino 164.78 5 58.87 7 105.91
8 Hanna Yoshida 158.04 12 54.89 10 103.15
9 Saya Suzuki 157.29 11 54.95 11 102.34
10 Wakana Naganawa 155.47 8 56.87 12 98.60
11 Moa Iwano 153.52 9 56.62 13 96.90
12 Akari Matsubara 153.51 20 50.28 9 103.23
13 Lina Yoshida 151.91 24 48.81 8 104.10
14 Kinayu Yokoi 150.38 14 53.83 14 96.55
15 Shiika Yoshioka 148.00 13 54.43 17 93.57
16 Akari Matsuoka 147.32 16 51.36 15 95.96
17 Yuna Aoki 146.20 17 51.27 16 94.93
18 Maria Egawa 143.26 21 50.21 18 93.05
19 Serina Okada 143.30 19 50.43 19 92.77
20 Miyu Honda 140.39 15 52.57 21 87.82
21 Nonoka Ise 137.72 22 49.15 20 88.57
22 Rino Kasakake 137.31 10 55.61 22 81.70
23 Natsu Suzuki 128.62 18 51.19 23 77.43
24 Yuka Chon 121.51 23 48.99 24 72.52
Did not advance to free skating
25 Rei Yoshimoto 25 48.45 N/A
26 Arisa Nakamoto 26 48.07 N/A
27 Rika Tejima 27 47.05 N/A
28 Saki Miyake 28 45.57 N/A
29 Midori Yokoyama 29 45.03 N/A
30 Yukino Fuji 30 41.21 N/A

Pair skating[edit]

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi 124.72 1 48.47 1 76.25
2 Marino Ono / Kurtis Kazuki Schreiber 112.90 2 42.27 2 70.63

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name[6] Total points SD FD
1 Haruno Yajima / Daiki Shimazaki 110.77 1 47.03 1 63.74
2 Kiria Hirayama / Kenta Higashi 94.90 3 38.50 2 56.40
3 Ayumi Takanami / Yosimitu Ikeda 94.66 2 39.33 3 55.33
4 Mai Kashino / Yuhi Kashino 82.82 4 35.32 4 47.50
5 Mirei Oda / Ryouto Yamauchi 61.62 5 26.88 5 34.74

International team selections[edit]

The Japan Skating Federation selected skaters for international competitions in the second half of the 2017–18 season based on the results of the national championships as well as international ISU-sanctioned competitions.

2018 Winter Olympics[edit]

The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, February 9-25 2018. Yuzuru Hanyu was chosen to compete despite missing the national championships, by virtue of his status as reigning World and Olympic champion, and his first place in the ISU World Standings at the time of the championships.

Men[2] Ladies[4] Pairs[7] Ice dancing[7]
1 Yuzuru Hanyu Satoko Miyahara Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara Kana Muramoto / Chris Reed
2 Shoma Uno Kaori Sakamoto
3 Keiji Tanaka
1st alt. Takahito Mura Wakaba Higuchi Narumi Takahashi / Ryo Shibata[citation needed]
2nd alt. Kazuki Tomono Mai Mihara
3rd alt. Daisuke Murakami

World Championships[edit]

The 2018 World Figure Skating Championships will be held in Milan, Italy, 19-25 March, 2018. Japan's entries were announced in late December 2017.[8]

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
1 Yuzuru Hanyu Satoko Miyahara Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara Kana Muramoto / Chris Reed
2 Shoma Uno Wakaba Higuchi
3 Keiji Tanaka

Four Continents Championships[edit]

The 2018 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships will be held on 22-28 January 2018, in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei. Japan's entries were announced in late December 2017.[9]

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
1 Keiji Tanaka Satoko Miyahara Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi Kana Muramoto / Chris Reed
2 Takahito Mura Kaori Sakamoto Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno
3 Shoma Uno Mai Mihara Narumi Takahashi / Ryo Shibata Misato Komatsubara / Timothy Koleto

World Junior Championships[edit]

Commonly referred to as "Junior Worlds", the 2018 World Junior Figure Skating Championships will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria, 5-11 March 2018. Japan's entries were announced in late December 2017.[10]

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
1 Mitsuki Sumoto Rika Kihira Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi
2 Sena Miyake Mako Yamashita
3 Yuhana Yokoi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Japanese National Figure Skating Championships (in Japanese)". jsfresults.com. Japan Skating Federation.
  2. ^ a b "Shoma Uno defends title at Japanese Nationals". goldenskate.com. December 24, 2017.
  3. ^ Gallagher, Jack (December 24, 2017). "Shoma Uno defends national title despite free skate struggles". The Japan Times.
  4. ^ a b "Miyahara captures fourth national title in Tokyo". goldenskate.com. December 24, 2017.
  5. ^ Gallagher, Jack (December 23, 2017). "Drama on ice: Satoko Miyahara captures fourth consecutive national title". The Japan Times.
  6. ^ a b c "National Junior Championships". jsfresults.com. Japan Skating Federation.
  7. ^ a b Gallagher, Jack (December 24, 2017). "Shoma Uno defends national title despite free skate struggles". The Japan Times.
  8. ^ "樋口新葉は世界選手権、無良は4大陸へ/代表一覧". nikkansports.com (in Japanese). 25 December 2017. Archived from the original on 25 December 2017.
  9. ^ "樋口新葉は世界選手権、無良は4大陸へ/代表一覧". nikkansports.com (in Japanese). 25 December 2017. Archived from the original on 25 December 2017.
  10. ^ "紀平らを世界ジュニア代表に選出 日本スケート連盟". sanspo.com (in Japanese). 25 December 2017. Archived from the original on 25 December 2017.

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