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Date of birth: 17.12.1997
Shoma UNO
Place of birth: Nagoya, Aichi
Height: 158 cm
JPN
Home town: Nagoya
Profession: full time athlete
Hobbies: table tennis, games, his dogs
Start sk. / Club: 2002 / Toyota Motor Corporation
Internet / Social Media contact: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shoma_un0/
OfficialWebpage: https://shoma-uno.com/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwuVQosBiHDBrU851oSVk0Q
Coach: Stéphane Lambiel
Choreographer: Stéphane Lambiel, Kenji Miyamoto
Former Coach: Machiko Yamada, Mihoko Higuchi
Practice low season: 12 h/week Nagoya, Champery/SUI
Practice high season: 13 h/week Nagoya, Champery/SUI
Music Short Program as of season 2023/2024
I Love You Kung Fu by Son Lux, Ryan Lott, Ian Chang
Clair de Lune (Pied: au Piano) by Son Lux, Ryan Lott, Ian Chang
I Love You Kung Fu by Son Lux, Ryan Lott, Ian Chang
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2023/2024
Timelapse by Mari Samuelsen, Trondheim Soloists, Uno Helmersson
Spiegel im Spiegel (Version for Violin and Piano) by Vladimir Spivakov, Sergej Bezrodny, Arvo Pärt
Personal Best Total Score 312.48 26.03.2022 ISU World Championships 2022
Personal Best Score Short Program 109.63 24.03.2022 ISU World Championships 2022
Personal Best Score Free Skating 204.47 10.12.2022 ISU Grand Prix Final 2022/23
17/18 18/19 19/20 20/21 21/22 22/23 23/24 24/25
Olympic Games 2        3       
World Championship 2  4    4  1  1  4   
European Championship                
Four Continents 2  1             
World Juniors                
National Championship 1.S  1.S  1.S  2.S  2.S  1.S  1.S   
S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International Competition Year Place International Competition Year Place
ISU GP Guaranteed Rate Skate America 2021, Las Vegas 2021 2. ISU Grand Prix Final 2022/23, Torino 2022 1.
ISU GP NHK Trophy 2021, Tokyo 2021 1. ISU GP Cup of China 2023, Chongqing 2023 2.
ISU GP Skate Canada International 2022, Mississauga, ON 2022 1. ISU GP NHK Trophy 2023, Osaka 2023 2.
ISU GP NHK Trophy 2022, Sapporo 2022 1. ISU Grand Prix Final 2023/24, Beijing 2023 2.
Uno is the first skater to perform a quadruple flip in competition (at the 2016 Team Challenge Cup). Uno was nominated for the ISU Skating Award 2024 in the category "Most Valuable Skater".
He went to the ice rink for fun with his father when he was five years old and liked skating immediately. He looks up to 2010 World Champion Daisuke Takahashi. Uno switched coaches in 2019 and trains part-time in Switzerland. Coach Stephane Lambiel is the 2006 Olympic silver medalist and the 2005 and 2006 World Champion.
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