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Nordic skiing = Ryoyu Kobayashi misses the podium in 4th place, World Cup jump

 
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Naoki Nakamura, Daiki Ito, and Junshiro Kobayashi couldn't advance to the second jump.
 

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Junshiro Kobayashi

Junshiro Kobayashi(Kobayashi Junshiro,1991/May 6 -) isJapanIwateIwateMatsuo Village(CurrentHachimantai City) FromNordic compound,Ski jumpplayer.Morioka Chuo High School,Tokai UniversityThroughSnow Brand Megmilk Ski ClubAffiliation.Sister'sYuka Kobayashi, The eldest brotherRyoyu Kobayashi, The youngest brother is also a ski jumper.

person

In high schoolNordic compoundPlayed an active part as a player ofNordic Ski Junior World Championship OfComposite / individual sprintWinsNorihito KobayashiSince then, he has won the gold medal, the second Japanese person.However, he was originally good at jumping, and when he was in his first year of high schoolNational High School Ski Tournament (Inter-High)3th in high school 11rd yearIto Cup Season Final Okurayama Night Game Jumping TournamentThen, due to bad weather, I won the final with only one, but I won the championship over the adult players[1] He showed a glimpse of his talent as a jumper.

After enrolling in the Department of Regional Creation (Sapporo Campus), Faculty of International Cultural Studies, Tokai University, when I switched to a special jump in earnest from the 2/2011 season of the second year, the 2012thSapporo Mayor Cup Okurayama Summer Jump Tournament#2 in[2], In HakubaSki Jumping Summer Grand PrixThen, I entered the top 2 for two consecutive races, and in the first year of jump conversionSki Jump World Cup(World Cup)Representation from JapanI got in.The best result of this season's World Cup individual match is January 1th.Bischofshofen16th place in the tournament.

The following year, 2012-13, he was represented in the World Cup, but ranked 60th overall.

The 2013-14 season will end without points with only two appearances in the Sapporo tournament.

In the 2014-15 season, he will be the World Cup representative again.UniversiadeParticipated in the Winter Games, won the mixed team, and won the second place in the men's team.afterwardsWorld championshipFirst appearance in. On March 3, at the World Cup Trondheim tournament, he finished 12th in the World Cup individual competition, which was his best, and 13th overall.

He was represented in the World Cup in the 2015-16 season, but ranked 61st overall.

He was represented in the World Cup in the 2016-17 season, but ranked 54st overall.

2017-18 season, September 11thAll Japan Ski ChampionshipFirst victory at Normal Hill. In second place was his younger brother Ryoyu, who was in the 2-1990 season.Akihiro Higashi,Kazuhiro AzumaSince his brothers, he has been ranked first and second among his brothers for the first time in 27 seasons.May 11,Poland OfVistulaIn the first round of the World Cup (hill size = HS1m) held in Japan, he took second place at 134m for the first time and flew 1m for the second time to win the World Cup for the first time.[3](This is my first time to win the World Cup podium and enter the top 10).The Japanese World Cup championship was in November 2014Noriaki KasaiSince then.Year-end and New Year holidaysSki jump weekThen, he entered the top 4 in all four races and finished fourth overall.Pyeongchang OlympicIn Japan, he finished in 8th place overall in the World Cup, which is the best in Japan, but ended up in 31st place in the individual normal hill and 24th place in the same large hill, and was excluded from the members of the team competition.[4]The first Olympics ended with disappointing results.In the end, the season ended in 11th place, the highest overall in Japan this season.

When leaving Japan to participate in the opening round of the 2018-19 season World Cup, he announced that he was married to a general woman in May.[5].. Although he was in the top 10 only twice in the World Cup individual competition, he scored points in 2 of the 28 individual competitions and finished the season in 25th place overall in Thailand.World championshipThen, he participated in the 3rd event, and was 17th in both individual normal hill and large hill, and 3rd in the large hill group.

For the 2019-20 seasonSummer Grand PrixParticipate more,(English edition)2nd place in the mixed group of the tournament[6],ZakopaneMen's team victory in the tournament[7] Became a member of.In the domestic competition, he won the All Japan Championship Normal Hill. The World Cup finished the season in 10th place overall, including 30th place in the individual opening round of Wisła.

For the 2020-21 season,コ ロ ナThe summer jump domestic competition, which was held after October due to the scourge, went to the World Cup with 10nd place 7 times and 2rd place 2 time out of 3 races.In the World Cup, the 1th place in the individual opening round of Wisła was the highest and 15rd overall, but it was the first time in 33 years in the flying team competition.[8] 2nd place member of the podium[9] It became.I also participated in the middle of the warContinental cupIn the eight races, he scored seven single-digit rankings, including two podiums.World championshipThen, he participated in the individual competition and was 29th in normal hill and 32nd in large hill.

In the 2021-22 season, he won the summer jump domestic competition.He fully participated in the World Cup and was ranked 9th at the highest and 32nd overall.He climbed the podium twice in team competitions.Beijing OlympicsHe was selected as a representative and became a member of 27th place in individual normal hill, 24th place in individual large hill, and 5th place in men's group large hill.He was ranked 33rd in the individual and 6th in the group at the Flying World Championship Vikersund.

Main competition results

Olympic

World championship

Flying World Championship

  • 2018/Oberstdorf Tournament (German flag Germany)
    • 29th individual
  • 2022/Vikersund Tournament ( Norway)
    • 33th individual
    • Group 6th (Yukiya Sato, Naoki Nakamura,Junshiro Kobayashi, Ryoyu Kobayashi)

Junior World Championship

  • 2009 Storbuske Preso Tournament (Flag of Slovakia Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu)
    • Compound Men's Sprint 21st
    • 8th place in the combined men's group (Hiroo Sasaki, Junshiro Kobayashi, Aguri Shimizu,Zento Watanabe)
  • 2010 Hinterzarten Tournament (German flag Germany)
    • Composite Men's Sprint Med 1.pngWin
    • Combined Men's Group 4th (Hiroyuki Tanaka, Yoshito Watabe, Hiroo Sasaki, Junshiro Kobayashi)
  • 2011 Oteper Tournament ( ã‚¨ã‚¹ãƒˆãƒ‹ã‚¢ï¼‰
    • Jump individual 18th

Universiade

World Cup

  • First appearance November 2011, 11  Finland-Kuusamo
  • First victory / first podium November 2017, 11 Polish flag Poland-Vistula
  • 1st victory, 2th, 0th, 3rd, 0th (at the end of the 2020/21 season)
Individual total results (Overall:World Cup seasonAll-around, 4H:Ski jump weekSynthesis)
SeasonSynthesis4HWinsecond place3 bit
2011/1252 bit46 bit0 times0 times0 times
2012/1360 bit---0 times0 times0 times
2013/14------0 times0 times0 times
2014/1544 bit38 bit0 times0 times0 times
2015/1661 bit54 bit0 times0 times0 times
2016/1754 bit---0 times0 times0 times
2017/1811 bit4 bit1 times0 times0 times
2018/1919 bit25 bit0 times0 times0 times
2019/2030 bit29 bit0 times0 times0 times
2020/2133 bit18 bit0 times0 times0 times
2021/2232 bit17 bit0 times0 times0 times
Total------1 times0 times0 times
Personal podium
SeasonDatesvenueHSGrade
2018/19May 11Polish flag Vistula134Win
Men's group
SeasonDatesvenueHSGradeMembers
2011/12May 11Finnish flag Kuusamo142second placeJunshiro Kobayashi Shohei Tochimoto Taku Takeuchi Daiki Ito
2017/18May 11Finnish flag1403 bitTaku Takeuchi Ryoyu Kobayashi Noriaki Kasai Junshiro Kobayashi
2018/19May 2Finnish flag Lahti1303 bitYukiya Sato Daiki Ito Junshiro Kobayashi Ryoyu Kobayashi
May 3Norway flag Oslo134second placeYukiya Sato Noriaki Kasai Junshiro Kobayashi Ryoyu Kobayashi
2019/20May 12German flag (German version)1403 bitYukiya Sato Daiki Ito Junshiro Kobayashi Ryoyu Kobayashi
2020/21May 3Flag of Slovenia Planica240second placeNaoki Nakamura Junshiro Kobayashi Yukiya Sato Ryoyu Kobayashi
2021/22May 1Austrian flag Bischofshofen142second placeYukiya Sato Keiichi Sato Junshiro Kobayashi Ryoyu Kobayashi
May 1Polish flag Zakopane1403 bitYukiya Sato Junshiro Kobayashi Naoki Nakamura Ryoyu Kobayashi

Summer Grand Prix

  • 3 wins in total, 2 win in 1nd place, 1 win in men's team, 1 win in mixed team, 2 win in 1nd place (until 2021 season)
SeasonRankingPoint
201123.128
201217.121
201367.18
20146.217
201511.217
201641.65
20173.332
201819.98
201913.146
202174.9

Domestic competition

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Daiki Ito

Daiki Ito(Ito Daiki,1985/May 12 -) Is the original of JapanSki jumpA player and currently a leader.HokkaidoShimokawa Townwhere one is from.5 Olympic Games (2006 Torino, 2010 Vancouver, 2014 Sochi, 2018 Pyeongchang, 2022 Beijing)Representation from Japan.2014 Sochi OlympicsGroup bronze medalist. 2013 World Championship mixed team gold medalist.

Career

OriginallyAlpine skiingHowever, when I was in elementary school, I became interested in jumping competition, stealing my parents' eyes and starting jumping.[1].

Showed overwhelming strength in the junior high school group2000/ToMay 1 OfHBC Cup jump competitionSo, at the youngest age of 14 and 14 days, he participated in the official large hill game and finished 25th.Also at this time, I was flying in practice before the game, soNoriaki KasaiWithoutOkurayamaHe also set the youngest record in history at the time of jumping (the current record is in 2007 when he was in the 4th grade of elementary school and jumped as a test jumper.Masamitsu Ito).Thanks to this achievement of Ito, it became possible to enter the large hill competition even in the junior high school age.

Shimokawa Commercial High SchoolFor a while afterSnow Brand Milk IndustryI had decided to join the company, but my childhood friend in the same townTsuchiya HomeSince I decided to join the company, I turned around and entered Tsuchiya.

2005/May 1 OfAustria-BischofshofenIn the final round of the Jump Week inBakken RecordI flew 143m and stood on the podium (3rd place) of the World Cup for the first time.Also in the same yearMay 3Toスロベニア OfPlanicaHe flew 2m for the second run at Flying Hill, the final round of the World Cup, and was the first Japanese to break through the 222.5m wall at the age of 19.

Not only because of his dynamic jump style, but also because he is cheerful and always smiling, and he makes unnecessarily humorous and wit-rich remarks.Masahiko HaradaExpected to be the successor.Also, at the awards ceremony of domestic competitions, I got off the podium at the shooting time and my ownMobile phoneOccasionally it is seen to shoot other award-winning players and make the audience laugh.

2008/I got married in February and set up a new house, but the one who worked on the new house2006/It was Yuya Senda who retired from active duty only for the season and was devoted to the company business of Tsuchiya Home.

At the Summer Grand Prix of this year, he was active in second place three times, but after returning to JapanMay 10As Tsuchiya Home reduced its support to the team, it became clear that he would leave the company with Director Kinoshita and Kenshiro Ito only in October and seek a new world.[2] However, after the affiliation was not decided and the deadline for belonging to Tsuchiya Home was extended to the end of December, with Director Kinoshita and Ito.2009/May 1I borrowed my name from (a temporary measure to participate in the tournament,Izumi Yamada,Ayumi WataseAlso borrowed the name of Sapporo Skid. ).also,May 1With ItoHitachi, Ltd.It was decided to receive the support of.May 2Announced that it will receive support from a mobile convenience store that handles mobile shopping sites with director Kinoshita and Kenshiro Ito.[3].

As of May 2009, 4Megmilk Snow Brand Co., Ltd.(CurrentSnow Brand Megmilk Co., Ltd.) Joined[4][5] did.

Although he stumbled in the early stages of the 2011-2012 season, he quickly turned to good and often took the podium at the World Cup.At the 2012th HTB Cup on January 1, 21, when I returned to Japan temporarilyOkurayama Jump StadiumBakken record (146.0m) was recorded, and on January 1th, he won the long-awaited first victory as the 28th Japanese at the World Cup in his hometown Sapporo.[6]..He won the championship on the following day, 29th, and achieved the first consecutive World Cup victory in 1999 seasons since Noriaki Kasai in January 1 as a Japanese player.[7]..また、2月26日にはAlso, on May XNUMXthVikersundAtSki Flying World ChampionshipIn the first team competition, he achieved the longest unbeatable Japanese history of 1m. March 240.0thFinland-LahtiIn the tournament, he won the World Cup for the first time abroad, and on March 3th.Norway-Trondheim4th win in the tournament. He stood on the podium nine times in total for the 2011-2012 season, and finished fourth in his personal best overall results for the season.It is the first time for a Japanese player to be in the top 9 in the all-around performance since Noriaki Kasai, who was 4th in the 10-2003 season.

In the 2012-13 season, he missed the early World Cup match due to a knee injury, and during the year-end and New Year holidays.Ski jump weekReturned from the Garmisch-Partenkirchen tournament[8]..For a while, he remained in the 30th place and couldn't get any points, but he recovered to 1th place at the Sapporo tournament on January 19th and the Oberstdorf tournament on February 2th.Immediately after ItalyVal di FiemmeAt the World Championships held inYuki Ito,Sara Takanashi,Taku TakeuchiWon a gold medal in the mixed gender team that participated with.He won the podium twice in the World Cup after the World Championships.

In the 2013-14 season, he finished 12rd at the Lillehammer tournament on December 8th.Sochi OlympicsHe was also elected to the Japan national team, but he missed Normal Hill because he hurt his left knee at the World Cup just before the Olympics.[9], 9th place, which is one step closer to winning a prize by narrowing down to one large hill.Shimizu Reihi,Taku Takeuchi,Noriaki KasaiIn the group that participated with, I was assigned the 3rd place and prepared 130 jumps over 2m1998 Nagano OlympicsSince then, he has contributed to winning the bronze medal, which is the first medal in 16 years.Even in the team battle, the condition of the knees was bad and there was a scene where he collapsed after the second landing, and he could not walk properly at the flower ceremony.[10]..The overseas expedition after the Olympics was canceled and the season ended.

In the 2014-15 season, he returned to the World Cup members from the opening.Second place in the first round of the group that challenged the same members as the Sochi Olympics.In the individual race, he won the podium for the first time in the second round (Luka, Finland) on November 1th, finishing second for the first time in two seasons.In addition, he recorded 2th place in 11 tournaments.

In the 2015-16 season, he entered the top 1 for six consecutive races from the Garmisch-Partenkirchen tournament on January 1st.Of these, 6th in the January 10th Sapporo Tournament and the February 1th Trondheim Tournament. At the Sapporo tournament on January 30st, he took the lead in the first time, but dropped in the ranking in the second time and finished 2th.

In the 2016-17 season, the best result was to finish 3th in Oslo on March 12.In addition, he entered the top 4 at the Engelberg Tournament (12th place) on December 17th and the Sapporo Tournament (5th place) on February 2th.At the World Championships in Lahti, he won the bronze medal at the mixed gender team Normal Hill.He also ranked 12th in the personal normal hill.

He was a member of the World Cup in the 2017-18 season, but the first round on November 11th.VistulaI fell down at the tournament and returned to Japan because my right shoulder was injured.[11]..Partly due to this injury, he finished in 2rd place overall in only two games this year.Pyeongchang OlympicsWas 20th in the individual normal hill and 6th in the group large hill.

Although he was a member of the World Cup in the 2018-19 season, there were many games that could not be left in the 30th place, and the 12th place in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen tournament during the Ski Jumping Week was the highest and the 32nd place overall.World championshipThen he won the bronze medal at the group Large Hill.

Summer Grand Prix for 2019-20 seasonWhite horseAfter participating in the tournament, he finished the season in 5th place overall, finishing 24th in the Wisła tournament in the opening round of the World Cup and the Garmisch-Partenkirchen tournament in the Ski Jumping Week.

For the 2020-21 season,コ ロ ナThe summer jump domestic competition, which was held after October due to the scourge, headed for the World Cup with the results of 10nd place 7 times and 2rd place 3 times out of 3 races.In the World Cup, the 2st place on the first day of the Luka tournament did not improve to the highest this season, so he returned to Japan once after the Engelberg tournament.HBC CupAfter winning 3rd place, I participated in the World Cup again, but I hurt my back[12]After returning to Japan, he finished the season in 55th place overall.

In the 2021-22 seasonBeijing OlympicsI was selected as the representative of, but I didn't have a chance to participate.On March 3, after the Beijing Olympics, he announced his retirement for this season only.[13]..Returned from the World Cup temporarily andIto Cup Season Final Okurayama Night Game Jumping TournamentParticipated in and won the championship[14]..After that, he returned to the World Cup, and the team competition at the Planica tournament was his last jump in active duty.[15].

Since April 2022, he has been appointed as a coach of the Megmilk Snow Brand Club.[14].

Main competition results

Olympic

World championship

Flying World Championship

Junior World Championship

  • 2001 Carpachi Tournament (Polish flag Poland)
    • Personal normal hill 24st place
    • Team Normal Hill 7th (Takayuki Kiryu, Daijiro Higuchi, Sasara Takashi,Daiki Ito)
  • 2002 Schonach Tournament (German flag Germany)
    • Individual normal hill Med 2.png2 bit
    • Team Normal Hill 5th place (Shusaku Hosoyama, Sasara Takashi, Daijiro Higuchi,Daiki Ito)
  • 2003 SollefteÃ¥ Tournament ( Sweden)
    • Personal normal hill 23st place
    • Team Normal Hill 9th ​​(Hiroshi Yoshinari, Kenta Yamamoto, Tsubasa Chonan,Daiki Ito)

World Cup

  • 4 wins in total, 2 times in 6nd place, 3 times in 7rd place (until 2021/22 season)
  • 4th place in the season's all-around overall (2011/12 season)
  • Ski Jump Week Overall Highest Grade 6th (2011/12 season)
Individual total results (Overall:World Cup seasonPersonal synthesis, 4H:Ski jump weekSynthesis)
SeasonSynthesis4HWinsecond place3 bit
2003/0437 bit/---0 times0 times0 times
2004/0513 bit07 bit0 times0 times1 times
2005/0619 bit23 bit0 times1 times0 times
2006/0760 bit45 bit0 times0 times0 times
2007/0831 bit56 bit0 times0 times0 times
2008/0929 bit19 bit0 times0 times0 times
2009/1016 bit13 bit0 times0 times2 times
2010/1115 bit32 bit0 times0 times0 times
2011/1204 bit06 bit4 times3 times2 times
2012/1326 bit50 bit0 times1 times1 times
2013/1421 bit14 bit0 times0 times1 times
2014/1516 bit32 bit0 times1 times0 times
2015/1616 bit13 bit0 times0 times0 times
2016/1724 bit25 bit0 times0 times0 times
2017/1863 bit/---0 times0 times0 times
2018/1932 bit21 bit0 times0 times0 times
2019/2024 bit9 bit0 times0 times0 times
2020/2155 bit---0 times0 times0 times
2021/2239 bit32 bit0 times0 times0 times
Total------4 times6 times7 times
World Cup individual podium
SeasonDatesvenueHSGradeRemarks
2004/05May 1Austrian flag Bischofshofen1403 bitandSki jump week
2005/06May 1Japanese flag Sapporo134second place
2009/10May 12Swiss flag Engelberg1373 bit
May 1Japanese flag Sapporo1343 bit
2011/12May 12Czech flag142second place
May 1German flag Garmisch-Partenkirchen1403 bitCum ski jump week
May 1Austrian flag200second place
May 1Japanese flag Sapporo134Championship (1)
May 1Japanese flag Sapporo134Championship (2)
May 2German flag Willingen1453 bit
May 2German flag Oberstdorf213second place
May 3Finnish flag Lahti97Championship (3)
May 3Norway flag Trondheim131Championship (4)
2012/13May 3Finnish flag Kuopio127second place
May 3Norway flag Trondheim1403 bit
2013/14May 12Norway flag Lillehammer1383 bit
2014/15May 11Finnish flag Luke130second place
Men's group
SeasonDatesvenueHSGradeMembers
2003/04May 3Finnish flag Lahti1303 bitToki Daiki Ito Hideharu Miyahira Noriaki Kasai
2010/11May 11Finnish flag Kuusamo1423 bitShohei Tochimoto Noriaki Kasai Taku Takeuchi Daiki Ito
2011/12May 11Finnish flag Kuusamo142second placeJunshiro Kobayashi Shohei Tochimoto Taku Takeuchi Daiki Ito
2013/14May 11German flag (German version)1403 bitDaiki Ito Reruhi Shimizu Taku Takeuchi Noriaki Kasai
2014/15May 11German flag Klingenthal140second placeShimizu Reihi Daiki Ito Noriaki Kasai Taku Takeuchi
May 3Finnish flag Lahti1303 bitShohei Tochimoto Taku Takeuchi Daiki Ito Noriaki Kasai
2015/16May 2Norway flag Oslo1343 bitTaku Takeuchi Kento Sakuyama Daiki Ito Noriaki Kasai
May 2Finnish flag Kuopio1273 bitTaku Takeuchi Kento Sakuyama Daiki Ito Noriaki Kasai
2018/19May 2Finnish flag Lahti1303 bitYukiya Sato Daiki Ito Junshiro Kobayashi Ryoyu Kobayashi
2019/20May 12German flag Klingenthal1403 bitYukiya Sato Daiki Ito Junshiro Kobayashi Ryoyu Kobayashi
Mixed team
SeasonDatesvenueHSGradeMembers
2013/14May 12Norway flag Lillehammer100WinYuki Ito Daiki Ito Sara Takanashi Taku Takeuchi

Summer Grand Prix

  • 3 wins in total, 2 times in 7nd place, 3 times in 2rd place (until 2021 season)
    • Overall victory in the 2010 season (3 wins, 2nd place 1 time, 3rd place 1 time)
SeasonRankingPoint
200415.116
200542.29
200620.109
200720.107
20086.264
20097.252
20101.530
201116.164
201351.46
201553.53
201620.102
201737.49
201816.110
201927.85
202121.95

Domestic competition

  • March 1998, 6 28thNayori Piyashiri Summer Jump TournamentJunior high school students
  • January 1999, 1 16st Hokkaido Junior High School Ski Tournament
  • July 1999, 7 25th Nayoro Piyashiri Summer Jump Tournament Junior High School
  • March 2000, 1 9thSnow Brand Cup All Japan Jumping TournamentJunior section
  • January 2000, 1 15st Hokkaido Junior High School Ski Tournament
  • March 2000, 2 8thNational Junior High School Ski Tournament
  • March 2000, 3 12thSnow Brand Cup All Japan Jump Asahikawa TournamentJunior section
  • March 2000, 3 15th National Junior Olympic Games Junior High School Division
  • July 2000, 7 16th Nayoro Piyashiri Summer Jump Tournament Junior High School
  • January 2001, 1 7nd Snow Brand Cup All Japan Jumping Tournament Junior Division
  • March 2001, 2 28th National Junior Olympic Games Junior High School Division
  • March 2001, 3 18th Snow Brand Cup All Japan Jump Asahikawa Tournament Junior Division

footnote

  1. ^ "Talking with Hope Ito Daiki of the Japanese jump team (PDF)". Sapporo. 2014/10/22Browse.
  2. ^ "I want! Sponsor Daiki Ito to a new system". Sports Nippon(July 2008, 10). http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2008/10/09/kiji/K20081009Z00000450.html 
  3. ^ "Mobile convenience store, supporting Daiki Ito and Kenshiro Ito". NewsAsiaBiz(July 2009, 2). http://asiabiz.sakura.ne.jp/first_website/newsasiabiz/2009/02/post_5983.html 
  4. ^ "Daiki Ito, Kenshiro Ito join the Megmilk Snow Brand" (Press release), All Japan Ski Association, (March 2009, 4), http://www.ski-japan.or.jp/official/saj/articles/info_20090401_02.html 2014/10/22Browse. 
  5. ^ "Introducing new members of Team Snow Brand”. As of May 2009, 5originalMore archives.2009/9/7Browse.Megmilk Snow Brand Co., Ltd.
  6. ^ http://mainichi.jp/enta/sports/general/general/news/20120129k0000m050046000c.html [Broken link]
  7. ^ "Jump, Ito wins 2 consecutive wins in reverse World Cup Sapporo Tournament". 47NEWS(July 2012, 1). http://www.47news.jp/CN/201201/CN2012012901001142.html 
  8. ^ "Don't be ashamed of last season" Daiki Ito, to Jump Week ". Sports Nippon(July 2012, 12). http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2012/12/27/kiji/K20121227004860960.html 
  9. ^ "Does Daiki Ito miss the pain LH on the back of his left knee?". Nikkan Sports(July 2014, 2). http://www.nikkansports.com/sochi2014/skijump/news/f-sochi-tp0-20140213-1256796.html 
  10. ^ "Ito, who endured the copper knee pain that four people grabbed," I'm glad I had it till the end. "". Sports Nippon(July 2014, 2). http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2014/02/18/kiji/K20140218007613810.html 
  11. ^ Daiki Ito returns to Japan due to dislocation of his right shoulder.
  12. ^ "Yukiya Sato and Naoki Nakamura advance to the main race in XNUMXth place". Nikkan Sports(July 2021, 2). https://www.nikkansports.com/sports/news/202102130000063.html 2021/3/29Browse. 
  13. ^ "Ski jumping Daiki Ito Retired from active duty only this season 14 years Sochi Olympics group bronze medal”. Nikkan Sports (March 2022, 3). 2022/4/1Browse.
  14. ^ a b "Daiki Ito "Really Happy Jump Life" Ended in the last match after the retirement interview V”. Nikkan Sports (March 2022, 3). 2022/4/1Browse.
  15. ^ "Yukiya Sato, Keiichi Sato, Ryoyu Kobayashi, Daiki Ito, XNUMXth in Japan, Slovenia V World Cup Jumping Men's Group”. Nikkan Sports (March 2022, 3). 2022/4/1Browse.

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