Ryoyu Kobayashi (Tsuchiya Home) = Okurayama Jump Stadium, Sapporo City, who flew 1 meters for the first time and 130 meters for the second time, and won a total of 2 points.
Ryoyu makes a big leap, wins 3 consecutive wins in Japan Ski Jump UHB Cup
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For girls, sibling Yuka Kobayashi (CHINTAI, Morioka Chuo High School-Waseda Univ.) Finished second with 120.5 points at 118 meters and 204.1 meters.
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Yuka Kobayashi (Yuka Kobayashi,1994 May 5 -) isIwateIwateMatsuo Village(CurrentHachimantai City) FromSki jumpA player.Morioka Chuo High School - Waseda University - CHINTAISki club.BrotherJunshiro KobayashiMy brotherRyoyu Kobayashi, Is also a ski jumper.
From the 4th grade of elementary school, he started a jump competition with the Kashiwadai Sports Boy Scouts. Held on March 2008, 3ZaoAt the competitionContinental cupHe made his first appearance in the race and scored points in 1th place on the first day and 29th place on the second day.At the beginning of participation in international competitions, only domestic competitions were attended. The 2/30 season was strong, with 2008th place on the first day and 09th place on the second day at the Zao tournament. The 1 season was 26th on the first day and 2nd on the second day. In the 25/2009 season, he scored 1 point in 30th place at the Zao tournament.
Held on August 2012, 3Ski Jump World CupZaoHe made his first appearance in the tournament, ranked 1th on the first day and 40st on the second day, and was unable to earn points in the World Cup.Czech Republic OfLiberecHeld atNordic Ski Junior World ChampionshipThen personally 24thRecorded 5th place in the group.. Although he participated in the World Cup again in January 2014, he could not score points and the following year.SapporoIn the tournament, he finally reached 30th and 24th place and scored points.Also held at Štrbské Presso2015 Winter UniversiadeThen, won a silver medal in individuals and women's teams, and a gold medal in mixed teams.AlmatyAt2017 competitionThen, although the women's team won the gold medal that played the humiliation of the previous tournament, the individualHaruka IwasaIt ended in a silver medal.
Junior World Championship
- 2013 LiberecCompetition ( Czech Republic）
- 2015 Štrbské Preso Tournament ( Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu)
- 2017 Almaty ( Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu)
- Individual normal hill 2 bit
- Mixed group normal hill 3 bit(Yuka Kobayashi,)
- Women's team Normal Hill Win (Yuka Kobayashi,Haruka Iwasa)
- Highest ranking 23th (until 2019/20 season)
Summer Grand Prix
- Highest ranking 28th (until 2016 season)
- Highest ranking 13th (until 2011/12 season)
- 27th Iwate Sports Boy Scouts Ski Tournament Special Jump Elementary School Girls Winner
- 7th and 8th Lions Club Cup National Junior Summer Jump Tournament Junior High School Women's Championship
- 85 timesMiya-sama Ski Tournament International Competition Nordic Skiing Special JumpWomen's Large Hill Winner
- 88 timesAll Japan Student Ski Championships Nordic Skiing Special JumpWomen's 1st division championship
- 92 timesAll Japan Ski ChampionshipWomen's group championship
- 20 timesSapporo Mayor Cup Okurayama Summer Jump TournamentWomen's group championship
- Okurayama Challenge Cup 2017 Summer Jump TournamentWomen's group championship
- 59 timesHBC Cup jump competitionWomen's group championship
- 49 timesNayoro Piyashiri Jump TournamentWomen's group championship
- 62 timesSnow Brand Megmilk Cup All Japan Jump TournamentWomen's group championship
- Challenge Cup 2021 Okurayama Summer Jump Tournament Women's Group Winner
- ^ "FIS Junior World Ski Championships 2013 --Ladies' HS100”. International Ski Federation. 2016/12/4Browse.
- ^ "FIS Junior World Ski Championships 2013 --Ladies' Team HS100”. International Ski Federation. 2016/12/4Browse.
- ^ Universiade: Japaner räumen ab, auf skispringen.com, vom 1. Februar 2017. Retrieved February 2017, 2.