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Japan: Hotoke wins KOG Round 3; Moto wins 2012; Ucchie wins BFWC
« on: December 24, 2012, 11:47:13 AM »

Today was decision day in Yokohama, Japan! Yoshiki Yoshiki Uchino aka Hotoke won the KOG Round 3 aka Christmas Contest. Moto Sasaki took the 3rd place but nevertheless won the 2012 KOG series. The BMX Flatland World Circuit champion 2012 however is Yohei Uchino. So we have 3 winners today! Congratulations to all of them!  

KOG Round 3 Pro Class
1st Yoshiki Uchino 
2nd Yohei Uchino 
3rd Moto Sasaki

KOG Pro Class 2012 Ranking
 1st Sasaki Moto
2nd Shinichi Kiba
3rd Hiroya Morisaki

BMX Flatland World Circuit 2012 
1st Yohei Uchio 
2nd Sasaki Moto 
3rd Yoshiki Uchino

KOG Round 3 Expert Class
 1st Yasuhiro Uehara
2nd Takahiro Enoki
3rd Yoshinori Ai

KOG Expert Class 2012 Ranking
 1st Yasuhiro Uehara
2nd Tomoaki Yoshimura
3nd Yuki Shibata

Photos and source: Yoshihiro Shinde 

Ok now let's do some statistics and count the podium places. Moto is clearly our winner of the day being on all 3 podiums! 

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KOG Round 3 Final Battle Video
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2012, 12:27:07 PM »

This appears to be the recording of the final KOG Round 3 battle in Yokohama. The video quality is not perfect but you'll get an impression of what was going on there between Moto, Ucchie and Hotoke. Check it out!

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Re: Japan: Hotoke wins KOG Round 3; Moto wins 2012; Ucchie wins BFWC
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2012, 01:29:26 PM »
OH My G's..............HOTOKE just threw down some of the hardest comp run this year!?
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Re: Japan: Hotoke wins KOG Round 3; Moto wins 2012; Ucchie wins BFWC
« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2012, 05:57:02 PM »
V Nice unpredictable win for Hotoke.
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