With Masahiko Harada, Japan’s ski jumpers are now obtaining a no much less heavyweight as a train. The 54-year-old was Olympic champ with the team in Nagano in 1998, and also two times in his lengthy occupation he was crowned individual world champ. Harada has actually been functioning as a ski jumping coach considering that 2006.

At the exact same time, the 48-year-old train, that was initially employed as an aide by the organization from the 2010/11 season, brought younger jumpers like Yukiya Sato and Naoki Nakamura approximately the leading level. In 2019, Japan won the bronze medal with the team at the Nordic Globe Ski Championships in Seefeld.

The Japanese Ski Jumping Association has revealed its squad for the brand-new 2022/23 World Cup season. The team consists of 13 eleven and also men ladies. There was a change of coach for the men beforehand.

After the departure of ski jumping coach Hideharu Miyahira, Masahiko Harada took control of the guys’s nationwide group of Japan. Miyahira took over the message in 2018 and led Japan’s ski jumpers to the cloud nine. The nation’s most significant token for years has actually been Ryoyu Kobayashi, that won the overall Globe Cup twice under Miyahira, the Four Hills Competition twice and also Olympic gold in Beijing on the regular hillside.

Kobayashi, Takanashi and Ito lead Japan’s ski jumpers

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The Japanese Ski Jumping Association has actually introduced its squad for the brand-new 2022/23 World Mug season. After the separation of ski jumping coach Hideharu Miyahira, Masahiko Harada took over the males’s national team of Japan. With Masahiko Harada, Japan’s ski jumpers are now obtaining a no much less huge name as a train.

Unsurprisingly, Harada named super star Kobayashi to elite standing for the 2022-23 period. In the A team, the 2nd highest possible status of the Japanese, Yukiya Sato discovers himself once again. In Group B are Naoki Nakamura, Junshiro Kobayashi, Keiichi Sato, Shinnosuke Fujita, Reruhi Shimizu, Rikuta Watanabe, Hiroaki Watanabe, Yuken Iwasa, Asahi Sakano, Masaki Nakamura and also Rentaro Nishida.

Sara Takanashi and Yuki Ito lead the ladies’s team. Team A features Yuka Seto, Nagomi Nakayama and Nozomi Murayama. The sextet of Haruka Iwasa, Ringo Miyajima, Yuzuki Sato, Kurumi Ichinohe, Sasko Fujimoto and Riko Sakurai finishes the team in Team B.