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- Inoue was a two-time Olympian for Japan in both single and pairs.
- Inoue is a senior coach of the Japan National Karate Kata Competition team and his students include a number of World Kata champions[ 11].
- Inoue is skating with a swollen right ankle; she injured it two weeks ago.
- Inoue was knocked unconscious but he recovered and took part in the race on Sunday.
- Baldwin and Inoue were the first pair to successfully perform a throw triple Axel in competition at the 2006 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
- Inoue grappling is a form of mixed martial arts developed and taught by SuperBrawl champion Egan Inoue at Grappling Unlimited in Aiea, Hawaii.
- Inoue writes the majority of songs recorded by T.M.Revolution, Takanori Nishikawa’s solo project, as well as for other artists produced by Daisuke Asakura.
- Ambient house was taken up in large part by artists such as Juno Reactor, Pete Namlook, and Tetsu Inoue.
- His father, who was a skating coach, arranged a tryout between Baldwin and Rena Inoue, a Japanese skater living in America.
- Inoue Masaru 井上勝 (1843-1910) was known as the "Father of the Japanese Railways".
- Rena Inoue and John Baldwin are defending champions in pairs.
- He currently competes in pairs figure skating with Rena Inoue, his partner both on and off the ice.
- She competed in the Japan Grand Prix, finishing ninth, and the Fuji Network tag team tournament with Kyoko Inoue as her partner.
- McLaughlin and Brubaker's score of 66.54 points put them 1.3 points ahead of Inoue and Baldwin going into the free skate Saturday.
- The top American team -- Rena Inoue and John Baldwin -- finished in 10th place with 157.20 points.
- Inoue Masaru This is a Japanese name; the family name is Inoue.
- Players from the four schools (Honinbo, Yasui, Inoue, Hayashi) competed in the annual castle games for status and the position of Godokoro.
- Players from the four houses (Honinbo, Yasui, Inoue, Hayashi) competed in the annual castle games for status and the position of Godokoro, or minister of Go.
- She also traveled to Japan where she defended the title against Kyoko Inoue, Sakie Hasegawa, and Bull Nakano.
- Britannica online encyclopedia article on Inoue Kaoru: one of the elder statesmen (genro) who ruled Japan during the Meiji period (18681912).
- Inoue didn't make the grade on the track but as he brought finance it was Morbidelli who the team had to begrudgingly let go.
- The two were seventh in Turin, and Inoue also represented her native Japan in 1992 and 1994.
- Inoue and Baldwin on the podium at the 2006 Skate America.
- Rena Inoue and John Baldwin were runner up in the free skate and placed third overall.
- Rena Inoue and John Baldwin will be amongst the competitors at the event and have set their sights on the top of the podium.
- Rena Inoue and John Baldwin of the United States, the 2006 champions, placed third with 57.40.
- Two-time defending U.S. Champions Rena Inoue and John Baldwin are in third place after the short program at Skate Canada.
- Two-time U.S. champions Rena Inoue and John Baldwin finished 10th after she fell on a throw triple axel.
- Later Saturday, two-time U.S. champions Rena Inoue and John Baldwin won the pairs crown even though Poland's Dorota and Mariuz Siudek took the free skate.
- They were world junior champions in 2007 and last year became U.S. champions after Rena Inoue and John Baldwin took a year off.
- Rena Inoue began skating at age four.
- In the 2007-2008 season, Inoue and Baldwin sat out the Grand Prix series, choosing to skate in shows instead.
- In the 2006-2007 season, Inoue and Baldwin won the gold medal at the 2006 Skate America after winning the short program and placing second in the free skate.
- His father pressured Baldwin to skate with Inoue, who had moved to America.
- The United States can send only two teams to the Vancouver Olympics, and Inoue and Baldwin were third last year.
- Inoue and Baldwin were unable to complete their throw triple axel in the long and dropped to seventh overall.
- U.S. champions Rena Inoue and John Baldwin, the only couple to complete a throw triple axel in competition, did so again, but it didn't help.
- Rena Inoue and John Baldwin are the first and only figure skating pair team to land a throw triple Axel.
- At the 2006 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, Inoue and Baldwin became the first pair to successfully perform a throw triple Axel in competition.
- Veterans Rena Inoue and John Baldwin, two-time U.S. champions, were fifth with a score of 50.00 after Inoue fell on a difficult throw triple axel.
- Inoue and her partner, John Baldwin will take viewers through their partnership as she moved from Japan to the United States to skate together.
- Triple Axel
- Free Skate
- First Pair
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