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PostSubject: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 4:05 am

Daisuke got NHK and Skate Canada!!!! cheers Now I really want to go!
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 4:31 am

Here's mens entries:
http://isu.sportcentric.net/db//files/serve.php?id=1451

swandie, are you planning to go to SC?
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 4:58 am

Yes...yes I am. I plan to go to Skate America too. Crazy but with a retirement block looming at the end of the season, I want to see as many skaters as possible.

NHK looks to be a gauntlet. Brian Joubert, Daisuke, Johnny Weir, Jeremy Abbott, Takahiko Kozuka are all assigned there. I wish I could go there but I'm satisfied with going to Canada.
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 10:29 am

Thank you for the information, Swandie and hsuhs!! Very Happy
Please enjoy Skate America and Canada!

Here is member's list at NHK Trophy and Skate Canada!

Nov. 5 - 8th, 2009
Grand Prix of Figure Skating - NHK Trophy Nagano Japan


1. Daisuke Takahashi (JPN)
2. Takahiko kozuka (JPN)
3. TBA (JPN)
4. Vaughn Chiper (CAN)
5. Jeremy Ten (CAN)
6. Michal Brezina (CZE)
7. Brian Joubert (FRA)
8. Artem Borodulin (RUS)
9. Kristoffer Berntsson (SWE)
10. Jeremy Abbott (USA)
11. Adam Rippon (USA)
12. Johnny Weir (USA)

Nov. 19 - 22nd, 2009
Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Skate Canada Kitchener, ON, Canada


1. Daisuke Takahashi (JPN)
2. Kevin Van Der Perren (BEL)
3. Patrick Chan (CAN)
4. Jeremy Ten (CAN)
5. TBA (CAN)
6. Michal Brezina (CZE)
7. Alban Preaubert (FRA)
8. Samuel Contesti (ITA)
9. Denis Ten (KAZ)
10. Jeremy Abbott (USA)
11. Stephen Carriere (USA)
12. Armin Mahbanoozadeh (USA)

Dec. 3 - 6th, 2009
Grand Prix of Figure Sakting Final Tokyo, Japan


I think it's good for Daisuke to be assigned the competitions on November. He will take a lot of training time.

Swandie wrote:
NHK looks to be a gauntlet. Brian Joubert, Daisuke, Johnny Weir, Jeremy Abbott, Takahiko Kozuka are all assigned there. I wish I could go there but I'm satisfied with going to Canada.
Yeah, I'm wondering that Nobunari Oda will also attend the NHK as TBA. Question

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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 11:30 am

Leode, Nobunari already has 2 GPs. He's at France and China.
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 1:52 pm

OMG! I plan to go to Japan Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 5:44 pm

Thanks for the news! Very Happy

NHT Trophy will be very difficult! But I think the most important thing for Daisuke is not to win these events, but to get confidence again with competitions...

Do you think Daisuke will attend a competition before GP? Karl Shafer or something like that?
I'm sure that I can't go to Japan or Canada...

BTW... I'm very happy!
cheers GO DAISUKE!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 7:20 pm

Yeah thank you all so much for this informations!!

The ISU-People did an exiting choice this season, they put Daisuke together with Joubert and Weir and in the ladys Yuna, Sasha and Mao too!

I wonder, if thats so good choice~~~

Glorydave, is it usual for skater that pass one season to do that? Maybe Daisuke will really attent to Karl Schäfer or Nebelhorn! Thats in germany *drop* In my home!! *falls off chair*
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 10:27 pm

Shoot.... I was hoping he'd get an assignment in Europe. I'll just have to keep my hopes up for one of the smaller competitions. It's probably good for him that he didn't get one of the first competitions. Gives him more time to prepare. Man, now I'm so excited for next season.... And it's so far away! I just hope Eurosport will follow the GP-competitions this year as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Sun May 31, 2009 10:28 pm

I am so excited to see his name at the list for NHK and SC - what a crazy competition NHK is going to be - so many big names!!! I really wish I could go to Nagano...

I really hope he is back to his old self by then. I am still so worried about him. Neutral
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:02 am

alekzu wrote:
Shoot.... I was hoping he'd get an assignment in Europe. I'll just have to keep my hopes up for one of the smaller competitions. It's probably good for him that he didn't get one of the first competitions. Gives him more time to prepare. Man, now I'm so excited for next season.... And it's so far away! I just hope Eurosport will follow the GP-competitions this year as well.


Yes yes, i was really surprised, that they broadcasted the whole season last year! cheers And it could make figure skating more popular in europe, not only this stupid football and tennis everywhere bounce

But im a little confused, because i thought, if a skater pass one season, he might go to compete in only one competition the next season! Like Nobunari had last season~~ confused
I mean, not that i wouldnt like it, that Daisuke compete in two Grand Prixs Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:58 am

Sabse, there was a new rule passed by the ISU that allows skaters who missed last season by "no fault of their own" to get 2 GPs. This would apply to Daisuke because he was injured.

Even without the new rule, Daisuke would have still ended up with 2 GPs. He's currently 20th in the world and the top 24 are guaranteed one GP. Also, because Japan hosts NHK, they are allowed to pick any 3 of their men to compete there regardless of rank or whether or not they competed the previous season.

Nobunari was 28th in the world right before the selection last season and he wasn't on the season's best list (since he didn't compete in the 2007-2008 season). He wasn't guaranteed any assignments because of this but since Japan is a host, they could pick him for NHK. Hope that explains it.
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Mon Jun 01, 2009 1:35 pm

Thank you for the news! cheers cheers
I'm really excied to see his name on the list even though I expected he would get 2 GPs. bounce

swandie wrote:
Yes...yes I am. I plan to go to Skate America too. Crazy but with a retirement block looming at the end of the season, I want to see as many skaters as possible.
I envy you! alien And yes, you are right.... Many skaters will retire at the end of this season..... Sad Sad

Danke wrote:
OMG! I plan to go to Japan
Wow!! Great!! Cool Cool

glorydave wrote:
Do you think Daisuke will attend a competition before GP? Karl Shafer or something like that?
alekzu wrote:
I'll just have to keep my hopes up for one of the smaller competitions.
Sabse wrote:
Maybe Daisuke will really attent to Karl Schäfer or Nebelhorn! Thats in germany *drop* In my home!! *falls off chair*
He will likely go to one of such competitions in Europe, I think. Or(And) Japan Open where the international judges will attend (but no ISU points).

glorydave wrote:
NHT Trophy will be very difficult! But I think the most important thing for Daisuke is not to win these events, but to get confidence again with competitions...
I totally agree with you. cheers If he won't make GP Final, then he will be able to concentrate on Japanese Nationals. Very Happy




BTW Brian Joubert who will come to NHK!! Cool , left a nice comment about Dai-chan in his interview after WTT in a Japanese Figure Skating magazine just published.

(Talking about Japanese quad jumpers.)
Q: You know very well which Japanese skaters jump a quad. Unfortunately Takahashi-senshu got injured this season.
Brian: Yah, Daisuke couldn't participate in any competitions throughout this season. I was disappointed without him. He is a wonderful skater, as well as a nice guy.... I sincerely hope his preparation toward next season goes well. It's a big season, you know. He can aim for a medal. For me, his comeback would be dangerous but he is a good skater and I like him very much. I also want to compete with him.


Thank you very much, Brian! Very Happy You are a great sportsman! I love you


Stephane Lambiel also mentioned about him in his interview after SOI (last January) in the same magazine.

I'm really sad about Daisuke. Because he is one of my favorite skaters. He had pushed himself hard last year and he is one of the favorites for Olympics. I don't know about the details of his injury...... I think he is in deep sorrow. I also had trouble with my knee before and it was not an easy problem. But if he knows well what he wants to do, I belive everything will go well. So Daisuke needs to realize clearly what he wants to do, more than anything. And in order to do so, he needs to be stronger than now... But he sure can! I'd like to say to him "I root for you."

Oh, very sincere comment. Wink Thank you, Stephane!! Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix Assignments 2009-2010   Mon Jun 01, 2009 6:43 pm

Thank you so much for the translation from the Japanese Figure Skating magazine, miyu! How very nice to read Brian and Stephane's comments about Daisuke.

It is so good to know that other skaters miss him and respect him and want him to do well at the Olympics - just like us fans! Very Happy cheers
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