Women
Date of birth: 26.03.1998
Satoko MIYAHARA
Place of birth: Kyoto
Height: 152 cm
JPN
Home town: Toronto CAN
Profession: full time athlete
Hobbies: reading, coloring, cooking, walking
Start sk. / Club: 2003 / Kinoshita Group
Internet / Social Media contact: https://ameblo.jp/satoko-miyahara/
Coach: Lee Barkell, Takeshi Honda, Yuka Sato
Choreographer: Lori Nichol
Former Coach: Mie Hamada, Yamato Tamura
Practice low season: 20 h/week Toronto/CAN, Osaka
Practice high season: 20 h/week Toronto/CAN
Music Short Program as of season 2021/2022
Song for the Little Sparrow by Charles Dumont & Michel Vaucaire, arranged by Abel Korzeniowski
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2021/2022
Vissi d'arte (from "Tosca") by Giacomo Puccini
Act 3 Prelude  (from "Tosca") by Giacomo Puccini
E Lucevan le stelle (from "Tosca") by Giacomo Puccini
Act3 Presto, su! Mario! (from "Tosca") by Giacomo Puccini
Act 2 The Executioner's March & Finale (from "Tosca") by Giacomo Puccini
Personal Best Total Score 219.71 21.10.2018 ISU GP Skate America 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program 76.08 09.11.2018 ISU GP NHK Trophy 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating 145.85 21.10.2018 ISU GP Skate America 2018
14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 20/21 21/22
Olympic Games       4         
World Championship 2  5    3  6    19   
European Championship                
Four Continents 2  1    3         
World Juniors                
National Championship 1.S  1.S  1.S  1.S  3.S  4.S  3.S   
S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International Competition Year Place International Competition Year Place
ISU Grand Prix Final 2018/2019, Vancouver 2018 6. ISU GP Rostelecom Cup 2019, Moscow 2019 4.
Bavarian Open 2019, Oberstdorf 2019 1. Bavarian Open 2020, Oberstdorf 2020 1.
ISU CS U.S. International Figure Skating Classic 2019, Salt Lake City 2019 1. ISU GP Guaranteed Rate Skate America 2021, Las Vegas 2021 7.
ISU GP SHISEIDO Cup of China 2019, Chongqing 2019 2. ISU GP Gran Premio D'Italia 2021, Torino 2021 5.
Miyahara has switched coaches and relocated to Canada in 2020, but also trains part-time in Japan. Coach Takeshi Honda is the 2002 and 2003 World bronze medalist.
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