Superstars Uno and Sakamoto delivered the expected results at the Japan Championships. In addition, rising stars Chiba and Uezono shined in Nagano.
Kobe native Sakamoto triumphed for the third straight year at the Japan Championships as she exhibited her superior skating skills in the runaway victory.
Taking the ice knowing he had to produce something solid in his free skate to seal the win at the Japan Championships, Uno did that with...
Sakamoto executed all of her elements with excellent technique and flair at the Japan Championships on a night that saw errors by many of her competitors.
Opening with his patented quadruple flip at the Japan Championships in Nagano, Uno delivered a stellar performance to build a commanding lead.
A day before the start of the Japan Championships, Shoma Uno ran through his short program and looked sharp while landing all of his jumps without...
Though the focus will be on Uno and Kaori Sakamoto, the Japan Championships will also determine which skaters will represent Japan at the world championships.
Collecting seven medals including three golds in the junior and senior ranks in the Grand Prix Final in Beijing, Japan established a national record.
In the Grand Prix Final men's free skate, Malinin fell hard on his opening quadruple axel, then he responded by landing a mind-blowing five quads.
Showing why she is the best in the world, Kaori Sakamoto displayed beautiful line and edge during her free skate routine in the Chinese capital.
En route to victory in the Junior Grand Prix Final, Nakata was spectacular from the start, landing a beautiful quadruple toe loop on his first jump.
Skating in the third Grand Prix Final of her career, two-time world champion Sakamoto is attempting to win the prestigious competition for the first time.