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Miyabi Oba

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Coach  Yuko Monna
Height  1.61 m
Training locations  Toyota, Aichi
Home town  Seto

Began skating  2005
Choreographer  Kenji Miyamoto
Name  Miyabi Oba
Country represented  Japan
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Born  August 8, 1995 (age 20) (1995-08-08) Tokoname, Aichi
Skating club  Chukyo University Nagoya
Combined total  154.57 2014 Rostelecom Cup
Short program  57.51 2013 JGP Tallinn Cup

27 Miyabi OBA (JPN) - ISU JGP Tallinn Cup 2013 Junior Ladies Free Skating

Miyabi Oba (大庭 雅, Oba Miyabi, born August 8, 1995) is a Japanese figure skater who competes in ladies' singles. She has won silver medals on the senior international level at the 2014 Cup of Nice, 2014 Gardena Spring Trophy, and 2013 Triglav Trophy.


Miyabi Oba Miyabi Oba Pictures 2011 World Junior Figure Skating

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Miyabi Oba Miyabi Oba Pictures 2011 World Junior Figure Skating

Oba started skating at age 10.

Miyabi Oba Miyabi Oba Pictures 82nd All Japan Figure Skating

Oba made her international debut at the 2010 Cup of Nice. Competing on the senior level, she finished 7th. After winning the bronze medal at the 2010–11 Japanese Junior Championships, she was assigned to the 2011 World Junior Championships where she finished 8th. The following season, she received her first ISU Junior Grand Prix assignment.

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In the 2012–13 season, Oba won her first JGP medal, silver, competing at an event in Germany and placed 4th in her other JGP assignment in Turkey. Nationally, Oba placed 6th on the junior level and 11th as a senior. She ended her season with her first senior international medal, also silver, at the 2013 Triglav Trophy.

Miyabi Oba Miyabi Oba Pictures 83rd All Japan Figure Skating

In the 2013–14 Junior Grand Prix, Oba placed 7th in Poland and then won a bronze medal in Estonia. She ended her season with another senior international silver medal at the 2014 Gardena Spring Trophy.

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In the 2014–15 season, Oba made her senior Grand Prix debut at the Rostelecom Cup, where she placing 6th with a personal best free skate and total score.

Competitive highlights

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GP: Grand Prix; CS: Challenger Series; JGP: Junior Grand Prix


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