At the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships held in Estonia, a short program for the first half of the women's single was held on the 20th, and Mai Mihara took the lead by updating her personal best with her performance without mistakes.

The Four Continents Figure Skating Championship is a tournament in which players from regions such as Asia and the United States other than Europe participate, and was originally planned to be held in China, but due to the influence of the new coronavirus, the European Championship will be held until the 16th. It will be held in Estonia, where it was.

On the 20th, a short program for the first half of the women's single was held, and Mihara succeeded in all three jumps, including three consecutive jumps.

In addition, he set his personal best by nearly two points with his error-free performance, such as getting the highest rated level four in all three spins and steps, and took the lead at 72.62.

In Japan, Rino Matsuike was 8th at 60.16 and Yuhana Yokoi was 12th at 53.93.

The second half of the free will be held on the 22nd.

The Japanese athlete who has been appointed as the representative of the Beijing Olympics has not participated in this tournament to avoid the risk of spreading the infection of Omicron strain, a new mutant virus of the new corona.