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Japan Kao Miura patriot and world champion Shoma Uno in the short program at Skate Canada, which shocked the men’s and women’s leaders.

Miura, who finished fourth at the Japan Championships last season, landed two quadruple jumps in her short program in Mississauga, Ontario. He scored 94.06 points, edging out Uno by 4.08 points in Saturday’s free skate. Uno completed the planned four-month combine.

Uno was the #1 male competitor who did not compete in the Grand Prix season Yuzuru Hanyu (retirement), Nathan Chen (indefinite pause) and Yuma Kagiyama (victim).

But Miura, 17, now leads the short program in back-to-back Grand Prix events. He finished second to the All-American at Skate America last week Ilya MalininThe discussion of the world skating this fall with his quadruple Axel.

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Uno, who will make his first Grand Prix of the season, and Malinin will likely be heading to the Grand Prix final in December. Malinin’s total score of 280.37 from Skate America will be something to remember on Saturday when Miura and Uno have their free skates.

americans Camden Pulkinen and Jimmy Ma They were fifth and ninth, respectively, in Friday’s short. Pulkinen, who was fifth in the worlds last season, doubled up on a planned four-legged loop. We fell twice.

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before, Madeline Shizas was the leader of the short-term women’s program. Shizas, the Canadian champion who was 19th in the Olympics, opened her short with a triple loop Lutz-triple toe combination and scored 67.90.

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He won the bronze medal of the world-2017 Gabby Dalemana Canadian competing in the Grand Prix for the first time in three years, with 1.25 points. Ava Zieglerthe US junior silver medalist was third in her first Grand Prix, after a short cut.

The pre-event favorites all had jumping errors: You are young South Korea (fourth place), Rinka Watanabe and Rika Kyhira Japan (sixth and eighth) and America Lindsey Tongren (10th).

Canadians Piper Gilles and Paul Poirierthe winners of the bronze medals of the world-2021, in the rhythmic dance with 87.23 points, 3.43 points ahead of the British. Lila Tars and Lewis Gibson.

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World silver medalists Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara led in short doubles, looking for the biggest title for a Japanese doubles team.

It should be noted that the Canadian junior champions Brooke Mackintosh and Benjamin Mimar were fourth in their senior Grand Prix debut, an hour and 30 miles west of where McIntosh’s younger sister skated. Summerhit Kathy Ledecky in the 400m freestyle in Toronto. Summer swam the second fastest 400m free time in the 25m pool. Olympic swimming is in 50-meter pools.

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