The all-Japan age-specific championship of the trampoline, which also served as the representative selection of the world championship, was held, and Takanari Nishioka won the men's championship and was selected as the representative.
The all-Japan age-specific championship of the trampoline was held in Maebashi City, which also served as the representative selection of the world championship, and the open section where top players participated was held.
Among them, Nishioka, who won the silver medal in the world championship last year for the first time, passed the qualifying at the top.
Nishioka faced with a performance composition that included four triple-turn jumps out of the same 10 jumps as in the qualifying in the final, and was the only player who participated by showing a high and stable performance, which is 60.450. Marked and won the championship.
Nishioka topped the list with a total of 120.31 in the qualifying and the final, and was selected to represent the World Championships in Bulgaria in November.
Hikaru Mori, the representative of the Tokyo Olympics, participated in the women's competition.
Mori entered the tournament for the first time with a performance composition of 15.0, which is her highest difficulty level, and she passed the qualifying in 1st place.
The final was also composed of the same composition, and although the posture was a little disturbed in the early jump, which was the task, I immediately corrected and held up, and in the second half I decided to jump twice with somersaults and two twists with increased difficulty without major mistakes. ..
However, with 55.280, he did not improve his score from the qualifying and finished second.
On the other hand, Megu Uyama, who showed stable performance in both the qualifying and the final, marked 111.18 in total in the qualifying and the final, surpassing Mori and was selected as the representative of the world championship.
There are five men and women representing Japan in the world championships, and the remaining four will be decided by the results of the final selection next month.
Nishioka "I want to aim for the 1st place in the world championship"
Takanari Nishioka recalled, "I'm glad I was able to win the championship while I was injured and in poor condition. I was able to act while being aware of the height."
On top of that, for the world championship, "I haven't decided yet, but I'd like to put in somersaults four times. Since I was second in last year's world championship, I want to maintain the difficulty and aim for first place next time." Was talking.
Uyama "I was able to put out what I had practiced"
Megu Uyama said, "I was able to put out what I had practiced so far. I was confident that I was able to perform in my own way in both the qualifying and the final, even though I couldn't play in the match for a while after the Olympics." I did.
She then said she was enthusiastic about the world championships, saying that she "has the best stability, but in the future I want to pursue height and win medals."
Mori "I faced with the goal of getting 15.0 on the difficulty level."
Hikaru Mori said, "Since this tournament was aimed at achieving a difficulty of 15.0, we were able to pass this composition in both the qualifying and the final with 90 points. It was shown that Japanese girls can also perform in the 15-point range. I think that was meaningful. It's still not perfect, so I'd like to take advantage of this reflection and practice from now on. "Keywords: