Although he wasn't at his best, Shoma Uno showed the heart of a champion, finding a way to win. His strong program component scores helped lead...
Although Kaori Sakamoto didn't have her best outing, it was still good enough to win the gold and become the first Japanese skater to repeat as...
A three-time Olympic medalist, Shoma Uno displayed technical aptitude and fantastic expression as he seeks to win consecutive world titles.
Aiming to become the first Japanese to win world titles in back-to-back years, Kaori Sakamoto was superb technically and her energy resonated with the crowd.
In an exclusive interview, Wilson discussed Rika Kihira's recovery from an ankle injury, saying she's made solid progress with competition and physical rehab.
Defending men's titlist Shoma Uno isn't pleased with the consistency of his jumps, saying he's in a "really terrible condition" before the world championships.
Japanese women take to the ice in practice sessions ahead of the 2023 world championships at Saitama Super Arena. Will one of them be crowned the...
Led by reigning titlists Shoma Uno and Kaori Sakamoto, the host nation is expected to enjoy a stellar overall showing at the world championships in Saitama.
Ami Nakai, Mone Chiba, Koshiro Shimada, Sena Miyake and Takeru Kataise are scheduled to skate in the senior competitions at the Coupe du Printemps.
Women's champion Mao Shimada and men's gold medalist Kao Miura headlined Japan's four-medal haul at the World Junior Championships in Calgary.
In becoming the sixth Japanese man to claim the world junior title, Kao Miura beats runner-up Naoki Rossi of Switzerland by 44 points in Calgary.
Seizing the moment, Mao Shimada had a stunning performance highlighted by a triple axel, a quadruple toe loop and a total of eight clean triple jumps.