Get Our Extension

2022–23 Japan Figure Skating Championships

From Wikipedia, in a visual modern way
2022–22 Japan Figure Skating Championships
Type:National championship
Date:December 21–25, 2022 (S)
November 25–27, 2022 (J)
Season:2022–23
Location:Kadoma, Osaka (S)
Hitachinaka, Ibaraki (J)
Host:Japan Skating Federation
Venue:Namihaya Dome (S)
Kasamatsu Sports Park (J)
Defending champions
Men's singles:
Yuzuru Hanyu (S)
Ladies' singles:
Kaori Sakamoto (S)
Pair skating:
Miyu Yunoki / Shoya Ichihashi (S)
Ice dance:
Misato Komatsubara / Tim Koleto (S)
Champions
Men's singles:
Nozomu Yoshioka (J)
Women's singles:
Mao Shimada (J)
Pair skating:
Haruna Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi (J)
Ice dance:
Nao Kida / Masaya Morita (J)
Navigation
Previous:
2021–22 Japan Championships
Next:
2023–24 Japan Championships

The 2022–23 Japan Figure Skating Championships will be held in Kadoma, Osaka on December 21–25, 2022. It is the 91st edition of the event. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. The results will be part of the Japanese selection criteria for the 2023 Four Continents Championships and the 2023 World Championships.

Discover more about 2022–23 Japan Figure Skating Championships related topics

Japan Figure Skating Championships

Japan Figure Skating Championships

The Japan or All-Japan Figure Skating Championships are a figure skating national championship held annually to determine the national champions of Japan. Skaters compete in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing, although not every discipline has been held every year due to a lack of competitors. Skaters compete at the senior level; Junior level skaters compete at the Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships.

Kadoma, Osaka

Kadoma, Osaka

Kadoma is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 February 2022, the city had an estimated population of 119,069 in 63029 households and a population density of 9700 persons per km². The total area of the city is 12.30 square kilometres (4.75 sq mi).

Osaka Prefecture

Osaka Prefecture

Osaka Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu. Osaka Prefecture has a population of 8,778,035 and has a geographic area of 1,905 square kilometres (736 sq mi). Osaka Prefecture borders Hyōgo Prefecture to the northwest, Kyoto Prefecture to the north, Nara Prefecture to the southeast, and Wakayama Prefecture to the south.

Single skating

Single skating

Single skating is a discipline of figure skating in which male and female skaters compete individually. Men's singles and women's singles are governed by the International Skating Union (ISU). Figure skating is the oldest winter sport contested at the Olympics, with men's and women's single skating appearing as two of the four figure skating events at the London Games in 1908.

Pair skating

Pair skating

Pair skating is a figure skating discipline defined by the International Skating Union (ISU) as "the skating of two persons in unison who perform their movements in such harmony with each other as to give the impression of genuine Pair Skating as compared with independent Single Skating". The ISU also states that a pairs team consists of "one Woman and one Man". Pair skating, along with men's and women's single skating, has been an Olympic discipline since figure skating, the oldest Winter Olympic sport, was introduced at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. The ISU World Figure Skating Championships introduced pair skating in 1908.

Ice dance

Ice dance

Ice dance is a discipline of figure skating that historically draws from ballroom dancing. It joined the World Figure Skating Championships in 1952, and became a Winter Olympic Games medal sport in 1976. According to the International Skating Union (ISU), the governing body of figure skating, an ice dance team consists of one woman and one man.

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships is scheduled to take place at the Broadmoor World Arena from February 7–12, 2023, in Colorado Springs, United States of America. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. Nations from non-European countries could send 3 entries at most for every discipline.

2023 World Figure Skating Championships

2023 World Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 World Figure Skating Championships will be held in Saitama, Japan from March 20–26, 2023. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2024 World Championships.

Qualifying

Competitors either qualified at regional and sectional competitions, held from September to November 2022, or earned a bye.[1]

Date Event Type Location Results
Sep. 29 – Oct. 2, 2022 Chu-Shikoku-Kyushu Regional Okayama, Okayama Details
Tokyo Nishitōkyō, Tokyo Details
September 22–25, 2022 Kanto Nikkō, Tochigi Details
September 23–25, 2022 Chubu Nagoya, Aichi Details
October 7–9, 2022 Tohoku-Hokkaido Hachinohe, Aomori Details
October 7–10, 2022 Kinki Amagasaki, Hyōgo Details
October 21–23, 2022 Japan Novice Championships Final Sapporo, Hokkaido Details
October 27–30, 2022 Western Section Sectional Kyoto, Kyoto Details
November 3–6, 2022 Eastern Section Maebashi, Gunma Details
November 25–27, 2022 Japan Junior Championships Final Hitachinaka, Ibaraki Details
December 21–25, 2022 Japan Championships Kadoma, Osaka

Discover more about Qualifying related topics

Nagoya

Nagoya

Nagoya is the largest city in the Chūbu region, the fourth-most populous city and third most populous urban area in Japan, with a population of 2.3 million in 2020. Located on the Pacific coast on central Honshu, it is the capital and the most populous city of Aichi Prefecture, and is one of Japan's major ports along with those of Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe, Yokohama, and Chiba. It is the principal city of the Chūkyō metropolitan area, which is the third-most populous metropolitan area in Japan with a population of 10.11 million in 2020.

Aichi Prefecture

Aichi Prefecture

Aichi Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region of Honshū. Aichi Prefecture has a population of 7,552,873 and a geographic area of 5,172.92 square kilometres (1,997.28 sq mi) with a population density of 1,460 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,800/sq mi). Aichi Prefecture borders Mie Prefecture to the west, Gifu Prefecture and Nagano Prefecture to the north, and Shizuoka Prefecture to the east.

Hachinohe

Hachinohe

Hachinohe is a city located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 July 2020, the city had an estimated population of 221,459, and a population density of 725 persons per km2 in 96,092 households, making it Aomori Prefecture's second largest city by population. The city has a total area of 305.56 square kilometres (117.98 sq mi).

Aomori Prefecture

Aomori Prefecture

Aomori Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan in the Tōhoku region. The prefecture's capital, largest city, and namesake is the city of Aomori. Aomori is the northernmost prefecture on Japan's main island, Honshu, and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the east, Iwate Prefecture to the southeast, Akita Prefecture to the southwest, the Sea of Japan to the west, and Hokkaido across the Tsugaru Strait to the north. Aomori Prefecture is the 8th-largest prefecture, with an area of 9,645.64 km2 (3,724.20 sq mi), and the 31st-most populous prefecture, with more than 1.2 million people. Approximately 45 percent of Aomori Prefecture's residents live in its two core cities, Aomori and Hachinohe, which lie on coastal plains. The majority of the prefecture is covered in forested mountain ranges, with population centers occupying valleys and plains. Aomori is the third-most populous prefecture in the Tōhoku region, after Miyagi Prefecture and Fukushima Prefecture. Mount Iwaki, an active stratovolcano, is the prefecture's highest point, at almost 1,624.7 m (5,330 ft).

Amagasaki

Amagasaki

Amagasaki is an industrial city located in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on April 1, 1916. Its population is around 460,000, below its peak of over 554,000 in 1971.

Hyōgo Prefecture

Hyōgo Prefecture

Hyōgo Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu. Hyōgo Prefecture has a population of 5,469,762 and has a geographic area of 8,400 square kilometres (3,200 sq mi). Hyōgo Prefecture borders Kyoto Prefecture to the east, Osaka Prefecture to the southeast, and Okayama Prefecture and Tottori Prefecture to the west.

Hokkaido

Hokkaido

Hokkaidō is Japan's second largest island and comprises the largest and northernmost prefecture, making up its own region. The Tsugaru Strait separates Hokkaidō from Honshu; the two islands are connected by the undersea railway Seikan Tunnel.

Kyoto

Kyoto

Kyoto, officially Kyoto City , is the capital city of Kyoto Prefecture in Japan. Located in the Kansai region on the island of Honshu, Kyoto forms a part of the Keihanshin metropolitan area along with Osaka and Kobe. As of 2020, the city had a population of 1.46 million. The city is the cultural anchor of a substantially larger metropolitan area known as Greater Kyoto, a metropolitan statistical area (MSA) home to a census-estimated 3.8 million people.

Kyoto Prefecture

Kyoto Prefecture

Kyoto Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu. Kyoto Prefecture has a population of 2,561,358 and has a geographic area of 4,612 square kilometres (1,781 sq mi). Kyoto Prefecture borders Fukui Prefecture to the northeast, Shiga Prefecture to the east, Mie Prefecture to the southeast, Nara Prefecture and Osaka Prefecture to the south, and Hyōgo Prefecture to the west.

Maebashi

Maebashi

Maebashi is the capital city of Gunma Prefecture, in the northern Kantō region of Japan. As of 31 August 2020, the city had an estimated population of 335,352 in 151,171 households, and a population density of 1100 persons per km2. The total area of the city is 311.59 km2 (120.31 sq mi). It was the most populous city within Gunma Prefecture until Takasaki merged with nearby towns between 2006 and 2009. Maebashi is known to be the "City of Water, Greenery and Poets" because of its pure waters, its rich nature and because it gave birth to several Japanese contemporary poets, such as Sakutarō Hagiwara.

Gunma Prefecture

Gunma Prefecture

Gunma Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kantō region of Honshu. Gunma Prefecture has a population of 1,937,626 and has a geographic area of 6,362 km2. Gunma Prefecture borders Niigata Prefecture and Fukushima Prefecture to the north, Nagano Prefecture to the southwest, Saitama Prefecture to the south, and Tochigi Prefecture to the east.

Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships

Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships

The Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships is a figure skating competition held annually to crown the national champions on the Junior level for Japan. The first Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships was held in 1931. It is the junior level equivalent of the Japan Figure Skating Championships. Skaters who place high enough at this competition can earn invitations to compete at the senior championships.

Medal summary

Senior

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men [[]] [[]] [[]]
Women [[]] [[]] [[]]
Pairs [[]] / [[]] [[]] / [[]] [[]] / [[]]
Ice dance [[]] / [[]] [[]] / [[]] [[]] / [[]]

Junior

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Nozomu Yoshioka Takeru Amine Kataise Haruya Sasaki
Women Mao Shimada Mone Chiba Ami Nakai
Pairs Haruna Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi No other competitors
Ice dance Nao Kida / Masaya Morita Sara Kishimoto / Atsuhiko Tamura Kaho Yamashita / Yuto Nagata

Novice

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men (Novice A) Sena Takahashi Taiga Nishino Hiroto Hanai
Men (Novice B) Sakutaro Yoshino Haruhisa Hidaka Kosei Yamamoto
Women (Novice A) Rena Uezono Mayuko Oka Ruka Miyamoto
Women (Novice B) Sumika Kanazawa Sara Hanai Aoha Hoshi
Pairs No competitors
Ice dance Sumire Yoshida / Ibuki Ogahara Haru Matsuzaki / Haruki Motomura Nanoha Yahata / Yuga Takemasa

Discover more about Medal summary related topics

Entries

Junior

The top eight finishers at the Japan Junior Championships in men's and women's singles and one pair team were added to the Japan Championships.[2]

Men Women Pairs
1 Nozomu Yoshioka Mao Shimada Haruna Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi
2 Takeru Amine Kataise Mone Chiba
3 Haruya Sasaki Ami Nakai
4 Shunsuke Nakamura Ikura Kushida
5 Rio Nakata Ayumi Shibayama
6 Haru Kakiuchi Yurina Okuno
7 Tsudoi Suto Yo Takagi
8 Seigo Tauchi Haruna Murakami

Discover more about Entries related topics

Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships

The 2022–23 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships will be held in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki from November 25–27, 2022. The national champions in men's and women's singles will earn automatic berths on the 2023 World Junior Championships team. Top finishers in men's and women's singles will be invited to compete at the senior Japan Championships in December.

Entries

A list of preliminary entries was published on November 15, 2022.[3] Names with an asterisk (*) denote novice skaters.

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
Shuntaro Asaga Yurika Imazeki Haruna Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi Sara Kishimoto / Atsuhiko Tamura
Taichi Isowa Miyu Irie Nao Kida / Masaya Morita
Daiya Ebihara Haruna Iwasaki Nanami Harazawa / Eisuke Kumano
Kenta Omura Rena Uezono* Kaho Yamashita / Yuto Nagata
Sakura Odagaki Mayuko Oka*
Haru Kakiuchi Marin Okamoto
Takeru Amine Kataise Yurina Okuno
Ryusei Kikuchi Arisa Kamoi
Ryota Kitamura Ikura Kushida
Tomoki Kimura Riria Kono*
Shio Kojima Ayumi Shibayama
Haruya Sasaki Mao Shimada
Kazuna Sato Sae Shimizu
Rei Suzuki Nana Sugiyama
Tsudoi Suto Hono Segawa
Seigo Tauchi Yo Takagi
Sena Takahashi* Sakurako Tanabe
Sora Tarumi Mone Chiba
Rio Nakata Ami Nakai
Shunsuke Nakamura Ayumi Nakao
Kazuhiro Nakura Yuna Nagaoka
Taiga Nishino* Miyu Hanada
Hiroto Hanai* Seira Fujinuma
Hiroto Honda Noa Hozumi
Masaya Mishima Ruka Miyamoto*
Yota Mihara Haruna Murakami
Ryoga Morimoto Kei Yamada
Nozomu Yoshioka Koharu Yunoki
Yuki Yoshioka Rei Yoshimoto
Kaoruko Wada

Novice

Top finishers at the Japan Novice Championships in men's and women's singles were added to the Japan Junior Championships.[4]

Men Women
1 Sena Takahashi Rena Uezono
2 Taiga Nishino Mayuko Oka
3 Hiroto Hanai Ruka Miyamoto
4 Riria Kono

Results

Junior men

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Nozomu Yoshioka 209.57 2 71.84 2 137.73
2 Takeru Amine Kataise 208.22 1 83.27 6 124.95
3 Haruya Sasaki 207.96 4 67.31 1 140.65
4 Shunsuke Nakamura 196.92 3 70.28 5 126.64
5 Rio Nakata 190.24 7 63.26 4 126.98
6 Haru Kakiuchi 180.73 6 63.39 10 117.34
7 Tsudoi Suto 179.85 9 60.65 8 119.20
8 Seigo Tauchi 179.25 17 51.77 3 127.48
9 Sena Takahashi 179.16 8 60.79 9 118.37
10 Ryusei Kikuchi 178.03 5 63.92 12 114.11
11 Ryoga Morimoto 177.70 10 57.96 7 119.74
12 Taiga Nishino 170.74 12 56.37 11 114.37
13 Shuntaro Asaga 166.06 13 55.28 13 110.78
14 Kazuhiro Nakura 164.78 11 57.86 14 106.92
15 Hiroto Hanai 154.34 18 51.62 17 102.72
16 Kazuna Sato 153.91 20 50.58 16 103.33
17 Yuki Yoshioka 152.83 23 49.15 15 103.68
18 Kenta Omura 150.29 16 51.81 18 98.48
19 Ryota Kitamura 144.31 14 53.90 20 90.41
20 Shio Kojima 142.64 24 48.96 19 93.68
21 Hiroto Honda 139.27 15 53.89 23 85.38
22 Sakura Odagaki 137.34 22 49.61 21 87.73
23 Yota Mihara 135.76 21 49.78 22 85.98
24 Masaya Mishima 133.84 19 51.28 24 82.56
Did not advance to free skating
25 Taichi Isowa 48.65 25 48.65
26 Rei Suzuki 47.13 26 47.13
27 Sora Tarumi 45.96 27 45.96
28 Daiya Ebihara 45.95 28 45.95
29 Tomoki Kimura 45.39 29 45.39

Junior women

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Mao Shimada 199.19 1 66.52 1 132.67
2 Mone Chiba 193.15 2 65.72 2 127.43
3 Ami Nakai 190.70 4 65.12 3 125.58
4 Ikura Kushida 184.29 5 62.32 4 121.97
5 Ayumi Shibayama 184.28 3 65.39 5 118.89
6 Yurina Okuno 166.32 7 60.45 7 105.87
7 Yo Takagi 166.07 6 61.44 8 104.63
8 Haruna Murakami 163.65 8 57.52 6 106.13
9 Noa Hozumi 161.47 10 57.22 9 104.25
10 Kaoruko Wada 158.58 9 57.37 10 101.21
11 Sae Shimizu 150.89 15 51.77 11 99.12
12 Riria Kono 149.96 13 54.05 12 95.91
13 Rena Uezono 148.99 11 56.17 16 92.82
14 Kei Yamada 144.03 17 48.76 13 95.27
15 Mayuko Oka 142.99 14 52.99 18 90.00
16 Sakurako Tanabe 140.61 19 46.91 14 93.70
17 Arisa Kamoi 138.05 21 45.22 15 92.83
18 Nana Sugiyama 136.39 12 54.81 21 81.58
19 Yurika Imazeki 136.11 16 51.20 19 84.91
20 Ayumi Nakao 136.04 24 44.60 17 91.44
21 Hono Segawa 129.23 20 46.63 20 82.60
22 Miyu Hanada 126.75 18 47.89 22 78.86
23 Yuna Nagaoka 122.52 22 45.20 23 77.32
24 Ruka Miyamoto 120.83 23 44.90 24 75.93
Did not advance to free skating
25 Marin Okamoto 44.38 25 44.38
26 Haruna Iwasaki 43.95 26 43.95
27 Miyu Irie 43.77 27 43.77
28 Seira Fujinuma 41.07 28 41.07
29 Koharu Yunoki 39.14 29 39.14
30 Rei Yoshimoto 38.00 30 38.00

Junior pairs

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Haruna Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi 149.08 1 52.72 1 96.36

Junior ice dance

Rank Name Total points RD FD
1 Nao Kida / Masaya Morita 161.92 1 65.17 1 96.75
2 Sara Kishimoto / Atsuhiko Tamura 133.82 2 51.58 2 82.24
3 Kaho Yamashita / Yuto Nagata 109.15 3 42.52 3 66.63
4 Nanami Harazawa / Eisuke Kumano 94.31 4 36.72 4 57.59

Discover more about Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships related topics

Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships

Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships

The Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships is a figure skating competition held annually to crown the national champions on the Junior level for Japan. The first Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships was held in 1931. It is the junior level equivalent of the Japan Figure Skating Championships. Skaters who place high enough at this competition can earn invitations to compete at the senior championships.

Hitachinaka, Ibaraki

Hitachinaka, Ibaraki

Hitachinaka is a city located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 July 2020, the city had an estimated population of 154,663 in 64,900 households and a population density of 1547 persons per km2. The percentage of the population aged over 65 was 26.1%. The total area of the city is 99.96 square kilometres (38.59 sq mi). It is a "hiragana city", the place name is written with the hiragana syllabary, and not the traditional kanji.

Ibaraki Prefecture

Ibaraki Prefecture

Ibaraki Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kantō region of Honshu. Ibaraki Prefecture has a population of 2,871,199 and has a geographic area of 6,097.19 square kilometres. Ibaraki Prefecture borders Fukushima Prefecture to the north, Tochigi Prefecture to the northwest, Saitama Prefecture to the southwest, Chiba Prefecture to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the east.

2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships will be held in Calgary, Canada, from February 27–March 5, 2023. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2024 World Junior Championships.

Haruna Murakami

Haruna Murakami

Haruna Murakami is a Japanese pair skater. With her partner Sumitada Moriguchi, she is the 2022 JGP Poland I bronze medalist and the 2022–23 Japan Junior champion. As a single skater, she is the 2021–22 Japan Novice A bronze medalist.

Sumitada Moriguchi

Sumitada Moriguchi

Sumitada Moriguchi is a Japanese pair skater. With his partner Haruna Murakami, he is the 2022 JGP Poland I bronze medalist and the 2022–23 Japan Junior champion.

Mao Shimada

Mao Shimada

Mao Shimada is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2022 JGP Czech Republic champion, the 2022 JGP Poland I champion, the 2021–22 Japanese Junior National champion and the 2022 Egna Trophy advanced novice champion. She is the twenty-first woman in history to have successfully landed a triple Axel jump in competition.

Mone Chiba

Mone Chiba

Mone Chiba is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2022 JGP Poland I silver medalist, 2022 Egna Trophy bronze medalist, 2021–22 Japanese Junior National bronze medalist and two-time Challenge Cup junior champion.

Ami Nakai

Ami Nakai

Ami Nakai is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2022 Coupe du Printemps junior champion, the 2022 JGP Poland II champion and the 2022 JGP Latvia bronze medalist.

Short program (figure skating)

Short program (figure skating)

The short program of figure skating is the first of two segments of competitions, skated before the free skating program. It lasts, for both senior and junior singles and pair skaters, 2 minutes and 40 seconds. In synchronized skating, for both juniors and seniors, the short program lasts 2 minutes and 50 seconds. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014-2015 season. The short program for single skaters and for pair skaters consists of seven required elements, and there are six required elements for synchronized skaters.

Free skating

Free skating

The free skating segment of figure skating, also called the free skate and the long program, is the second of two segments of competitions, skated after the short program. Its duration, across all disciplines, is four minutes for senior skaters and teams, and three and one-half minutes for junior skaters and teams. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014—2015 season. The free skating program, across all disciplines, must be well-balanced and include certain elements described and published by the International Skating Union (ISU).

International team selections

Four Continents Championships

The 2023 Four Continents Championships will be held in Colorado Springs, United States from February 7–12, 2023.

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1
2
3
1st alt.
2nd alt.
3rd alt.

Winter University Games

The 2023 Winter University Games will be held in Lake Placid, United States from January 13–16, 2023.[5][6]

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1 Yuma Kagiyama Kaori Sakamoto
2 Shun Sato Mai Mihara
3 Tatsuya Tsuboi Rinka Watanabe
1st alt. Sōta Yamamoto Maria Egawa
2nd alt. Kosho Oshima Mako Yamashita
3rd alt. Kazuki Hasegawa Rino Matsuike

World Junior Championships

Commonly referred to as "Junior Worlds", the 2023 World Junior Championships will be held in Calgary, Canada from February 27 – March 5, 2023.

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1
2
3
1st alt.
2nd alt.

World Championships

The 2023 World Championships will be held in Saitama, Japan from March 20–26, 2023.

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1
2
3
1st alt.
2nd alt.
3rd alt.

Discover more about International team selections related topics

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships is scheduled to take place at the Broadmoor World Arena from February 7–12, 2023, in Colorado Springs, United States of America. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. Nations from non-European countries could send 3 entries at most for every discipline.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs is a home rule municipality in, and the county seat of, El Paso County, Colorado, United States. It is the largest city in El Paso County, with a population of 478,961 at the 2020 United States Census, a 15.02% increase since 2010. Colorado Springs is the second-most populous city and the most extensive city in the state of Colorado, and the 40th-most populous city in the United States. It is the principal city of the Colorado Springs metropolitan area and the second-most prominent city of the Front Range Urban Corridor. It is located in east-central Colorado, on Fountain Creek, 70 miles (113 km) south of Denver.

Figure skating at the 2023 Winter Universiade

Figure skating at the 2023 Winter Universiade

Figure skating at the 2023 Winter Universiade will be held on Janaury 13–15 at the Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid, New York, United States. Medals will be awarded in men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance

Lake Placid, New York

Lake Placid, New York

Lake Placid is a village in the Adirondack Mountains in Essex County, New York, United States. As of the 2020 census, the population was 2,303.

Kaori Sakamoto

Kaori Sakamoto

Kaori Sakamoto is a Japanese competitive figure skater. She is the 2022 Olympic bronze medalist, the 2022 World champion, the 2018 Four Continents champion, a two-time NHK Trophy champion, the 2022 Skate America champion, and a two-time Japanese national champion. In addition to her individual bronze, she is also a 2022 Olympic team event bronze medalist. Sakamoto is the first Japanese woman to win the World Championships since Mao Asada in 2014.

Mai Mihara

Mai Mihara

Mai Mihara is a Japanese competitive figure skater. She is a two-time Four Continents champion and a medalist at two other editions. A four-time Grand Prix medalist, she notably won gold medals at both the 2022 MK John Wilson Trophy abd the 2022 Grand Prix of Espoo. She is also the 2016 CS Nebelhorn Trophy and 2021 CS Asian Open champion and 2016–17 Japanese national bronze medalist.

Rinka Watanabe

Rinka Watanabe

Rinka Watanabe is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2022 Skate Canada International champion and the 2022 CS Lombardia Trophy champion.

Mako Yamashita

Mako Yamashita

Mako Yamashita is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2018 Skate Canada silver medalist and a two-time medalist at the ISU Challenger Series. On the junior level, she is the 2018 World Junior bronze medalist, a four-time medalist on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series, and the 2017–18 Japanese junior national silver medalist.

2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships will be held in Calgary, Canada, from February 27–March 5, 2023. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2024 World Junior Championships.

Calgary

Calgary

Calgary is the largest city in the western Canadian province of Alberta and the largest metro area of the three Prairie Provinces. As of 2021, the city proper had a population of 1,306,784 and a metropolitan population of 1,481,806, making it the third-largest city and fifth-largest metropolitan area in Canada.

Canada

Canada

Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering over 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world's second-largest country by total area. Its southern and western border with the United States, stretching 8,891 kilometres (5,525 mi), is the world's longest binational land border. Canada's capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.

2023 World Figure Skating Championships

2023 World Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 World Figure Skating Championships will be held in Saitama, Japan from March 20–26, 2023. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2024 World Championships.

Source: "2022–23 Japan Figure Skating Championships", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, December 1st), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022–23_Japan_Figure_Skating_Championships.

Enjoying Wikiz?

Enjoying Wikiz?

Get our FREE extension now!

References
  1. ^ "National Competition Results Index (English)". Japan Skating Federation. November 2022.
  2. ^ [Official] Fuji TV Skating [@online_on_ice] (November 27, 2022). "激闘を勝ち抜き🙌男女8名とペア1組が全日本選手権推薦出場🎉" [Winning through a fierce battle 🙌 8 men and women and 1 pair are invited to participate in the All Japan Championship 🎉] (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  3. ^ "JOCジュニアオリンピックカップ大会 第91回全日本ジュニア選手権大会" [JOC Junior Olympic Cup Tournament 91st All Japan Junior Championships] (in Japanese). Japan Skating Federation. November 2022.
  4. ^ "JOCジュニアオリンピックカップ大会 第91回全日本フィギュアスケートジュニア選手権大会 - 推薦選手について" [JOC Junior Olympic Cup Tournament 91st All Japan Junior Championships - About the nominated athletes] (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan Skating Federation. November 2022.
  5. ^ "The Japan Skating Federation has announced the Japanese national figure skating team that will participate in the FISU Winter World University Games (January 12-22, 2023, Lake Placid, USA). 日本スケート連盟が、FISU冬季ワールドユニバーシティーゲームズ(23年1月12~22日、米レークプラシッド)に出場するフィギュアの日本代表を発表しました。". Twitter. Retrieved 12 November 2022.
  6. ^ "【[Figures] Yuma Kagiyama, Kaori Sakamoto, and others selected to represent Japan at the Winter World University Games フィギュア】鍵山優真、坂本花織らが冬季ワールドユニバーシティーゲームズ日本代表に選出" (in Japanese). Nikkan Sports. 12 November 2022. Retrieved 12 November 2022.

The content of this page is based on the Wikipedia article written by contributors..
The text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike Licence & the media files are available under their respective licenses; additional terms may apply.
By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use & Privacy Policy.
Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization & is not affiliated to WikiZ.com.