Daisuke Takahashi

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RepresentsJapan
Height 5'5"
Level Senior
Birthday March 16, 1986
Birth Place Kurashiki
Home Town Agamasaki
Training Town Osaka
Club Kansai University Skating Club
Coach Utako Nagamitsu
Choreographer(s) David Wilson, Pasquale Camerlengo
Website http://daisuke-takahashi.megabb.com/

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Daisuke Takahashi Strikes Gold

Daisuke Takahashi claimed gold at Skate America with two outstanding performances.

A Wild Ride at the Grand Finale

The Grand Prix Final put a defining exclamation mark on the end of the first half of the season...

2010 Grand Prix: Skate America

The young guns once again served notice to their seasoned counterparts in Portland, Ore., that...

2010 Grand Prix: NHK Trophy

The first event of the new quadrennial produced some unexpected and surprising results. Skaters...

Takahiko Kozuka Stepping Out of the Shadows

He might be the least known of the three “Japanese Musketeers” (which also includes Daisuke Takahashi...

Daisuke Takahashi Makes History in Italy

Daisuke Takahashi made history yesterday when he skated to the top of the podium at the 2010...

Pang and Tong Climb Back to the Top of the World Podium

It has been four long years since they climbed to the top of the podium at the World Figure Skating...

Asada, Takahashi Win Japanese Titles

With the pressure squarely on her slender frame, 19-year-old Mao Asada came through and won the...

World Champions Kim and Lysacek Are Golden in Tokyo

Reigning World champions Yu-Na Kim of South Korea and Evan Lysacek of the United States once...

Ando, Takahashi Rock in Tokyo

Japanese skaters are giving the home crowd plenty to cheer about at the 2009-10 Grand Prix Final...

Rosters Set For the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final

With the 2009-10 Grand Prix Series concluded, the finalists now have been determined. Many favorites...

Rochette, Abbott Golden in Kitchener

Joannie Rochette of Canada and Jeremy Abbott of the United States won the singles title at Skate...

Rochette Tops the Leader Board at Skate Canada

Joannie Rochette put down an impressive—and career best—performance in the short program Friday...

Ando Battles Back to Claim NHK Trophy Title; Joubert Hangs on to Grab the Gold

Miki Ando of Japan came out on top in the ladies event at the NHK Trophy in Nagano, Japan this...

Joubert and Wagner on Top in Nagano

Brian Joubert and Ashley Wagner took the lead after the short programs at NHK Trophy today in...

Daisuke Takahashi Makes a Remarkable Comeback

Like the phoenix rising from the ashes, Daisuke Takahashi returned to the competitive arena after...

Belbin and Agosto Join Growing List of Injured Skaters Forced to Withdraw from Major Competitions

It has not been a season of good health for some of the world’s elite skaters. From pre-season...

Adam Rippon: A Happy New Year Dawns

America’s Adam Rippon is confident 2009 is going to be a great year. New Year’s Day found the...

Patrick Chan Claims Second National Title

It was Patrick Chan, 18, who brought the fans to their feet at the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon...

Daisuke Takahashi Pulls Out of Cup of China; Brooke Castile and Ben Okolski Also Withdraw

Daisuke Takahashi has withdrawn from Cup of China, which begins Thursday in Beijing at the Beijing...

Daisuke Takahashi's Injury Knocks Him Out for the Season

Japan’s Daisuke Takahashi will miss the entire season. IFS has confirmed that Takahashi’s injury...

Worlds Day 5: Buttle Grabs Stunning Gold

The men closed out the competition at the 2008 ISU World Figure Skating Championships and gave...

Stéphane Lambiel Moving To New Jersey

It seems as though New Jersey is becoming a hotspot in the World of figure skating. Stéphane...

Worlds Day 4: Unexpected Results in Men's Short

The men’s event kicked off with its share of excitement at the 2008 ISU World Figure Skating...

Johnny Weir Gives His Take on Nationals, Worlds and the Off-Season

Leave it to Johnny Weir to put a positive spin on the controversy surrounding the 2008 U.S. Championships...

Takahashi Steals the Show

Daisuke Takahashi claimed his first Four Continents title today in fine style, setting a new...

Takahashi Wins the Short Program

Goyang City, Republic of Korea -- The 2008 ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships commenced...

Skate America Day 2: Takahashi is Golden

Japan’s Daisuke Takahasi held on to win the gold medal at Skate America in Reading, PA. last...

2011 Nationals Japan: Changing of the Guard

The 2011 Japanese national championships, which were held in Nagano in late December, were one...

2011 Four Continents: A Prelude to Worlds

For the first time in history Taipei City, Taiwan played host to the Four Continents Championships...

In Praise of Japan

When the world awoke on March 11 to the news that a 9.0-magnitude earthquake had hit Japan followed...

Japanese Figure Skating News Briefs

Daisuke Takahashi and Mao Asada appeared as guests at a Japanese Olympic
 Charity Concert held...

Skate America: Preview and Line Up

The first event of the Grand Prix Series will play out in Ontario, Calif. (Oct. 21-23). The first...

Daisuke Takahashi: French Twizzles

Japan’s Daisuke Takahashi spent two weeks training with Muriel Boucher-Zazoui and her team at...

NHK Trophy

The second half of the Grand Prix season is shaping up to be as exciting as the first. The final...

News Briefs From Around the Globe

Daisuke Takahashi and Mao Asada Golden at Nationals Daisuke Takahashi rocked the house at the...

Four Continents Championships 2012

IFS takes you behind the scenes at the 2012 Four Continents Championships.

News Briefs From the World of Skating

PRIDE ON THE LINE The 2012 World Team Trophy will take place in Tokyo, Japan, April 19-22. The...

Daisuke Takahashi: A Silver Lining

Daisuke Takahashi, 26, is the oldest man on the Japanese team, but his performances at the 2012...

Daisuke Takahashi

The 2014 Olympic Winter Games will mark the end of an amazing amateur career for the Japanese...

Daisuke Takahashi Ready to Rock

The Japanese superstar has a solid plan in place for the upcoming season. His Grand Prix assignments...

Saturday Night at the Movies

JAPANESE KINGS OF THE ICE After winning the World Junior crown in 2002, Japan's Daisuke Takahashi...

Cha-cha-cha-Changes

Major moves for Daisuke Takahashi and Miki Ando; Michelle Kwan takes on a new role; Canadians...

Final Showdown

With snow-capped mountains on one side and the Black Sea on the other, the Grand Prix Final played...

A Grand Finale

Japanese skaters claimed four of the six medals in the singles events at the Grand Prix Final...

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