Japan’s Miura Kao better rednecks and world champions Uno Masama In Skate Canada’s short program, a surprising number of male and female leaders emerged.
Miura, who finished fourth at the Japanese Championships last season, completed two quadruple jumps in the short program in Mississauga, Ontario. He scored 94.06 points in Saturday’s free skate, 4.08 behind the Uno. The Uno messed up the planned quadruple.
Uno apparently first male skater to miss Grand Prix season Yuzuru Hanyu (retire), Nathan Chen (interrupted indefinitely) and Mirror Mountain Yuma (Injuried).
But now, 17-year-old Miura is at the top of the short program in back-to-back Grand Prix races.He ended up finishing second at last week’s U.S. Skating competition, just behind the U.S. Ilya Marinhas become the talk of the skating world this fall with his four-wheeled Axel.
Uno, making his grand prix season debut, and Malenen are likely to head to a showdown in December’s Grand Prix final. Malnin’s Skate America total of 280.37 should be kept in mind when Miura and Uno compete in the free skate on Saturday.
American camdenpurkinen and Magimi They were fifth and ninth, respectively, among the bears on Friday. Pulkinen, the world number five last season, doubled down on a planned open four-toed loop. Mom fell twice.
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earlier, Madeleine Hizzas She is the unexpected leader of the women’s short program. Canadian champion Schizas, who is ranked 19th at the Olympics, opened with a three-way Lutz-three-toe ring combination with a score of 67.90.
2017 World Bronze Medalist Gabby Dalmanthe Canadian was in the Grand Prix for the first time in three years, leading by 1.25 points. Ava Zieglerthe U.S. teen silver medalist came third in her senior Grand Prix debut after a clean short.
Pre-event favorites all have jumping bugs: you are young South Korea (4th place), Watanabe Rinka and Ji Ping Lixiang Japan (sixth and eighth) and the United States Lindsay Sangren (10th).
Canadian Piper Giles and Paul Poirier2021 world bronze medalist, rhythm dance tops the list with 87.23 points, 3.43 points ahead of the Briton Lila Fear and Lewis Gibson.
world silver medalist Miura Rikuhisa and Kihara Ryuichi Lead the duo in their search for the biggest title ever for a Japanese duo.
Notably, the Canadian Junior Champion Brooke McIntosh and Benjamin Mimar After finishing fourth in their senior Grand Prix debut, an hour after skating 30 miles west of McIntosh’s sister, summerbeat Katie Ledecky During the 400-meter freestyle competition in Toronto. Swimming in a 25m pool in summer was the second fastest 400m free time ever. Olympic swimming takes place in a 50-meter swimming pool.
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