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{{Infobox_Person
 
{{Infobox_Person
 
| name = Nagasaki Shunsuke
 
| name = Nagasaki Shunsuke
| home =
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| home =Ibaraki Prefecture
 
| image = Shunsuke_nagasaki.jpg
 
| image = Shunsuke_nagasaki.jpg
 
| imagesize = 300px
 
| imagesize = 300px
| caption = ''Nagasaki''
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| caption = ''Nagasaki Shunsuke''
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1987|5|16}}
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| birth_date = May 16, 1987
 
| job = Trampolinist
 
| job = Trampolinist
 
| height = 173 cm
 
| height = 173 cm
 
| weight = 70 kg
 
| weight = 70 kg
 
| s_nickname = Prince of the Trampoline
 
| s_nickname = Prince of the Trampoline
| s_comps = [[List of SASUKE competitions|9 Competitions]]
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| s_comps = [[List of SASUKE competitions|14 Competitions]]
 
| s_first = [[SASUKE 14]]
 
| s_first = [[SASUKE 14]]
| s_last = [[SASUKE 31]]
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| s_last = [[SASUKE 36]]
 
| s_best = [[SASUKE 17]], [[Final Stage]], [[Tsuna Nobori]]
 
| s_best = [[SASUKE 17]], [[Final Stage]], [[Tsuna Nobori]]
| s_song = "Psychic Energy" from the Super Robot Wars OG - Divine Wars Original Sound Track
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| s_song = "Psychic Energy" from the Super Robot Wars OG - Divine Wars Original Sound Track (18~19)
| website = http://ameblo.jp/shun-tr/
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"Gundam AGE 3-Awakening" from Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (29~present)
| footnotes =
 
}}
 
   
'''Nagasaki Shunsuke''' (長崎 峻侑) is a trampolinist who is one of the most promising of recent competitors. This skilled trampolinist, who is called "Prince of the Trampoline", has won several medals in the Trampoline World Cups and Doha Asian Games.
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"Ride to Victory" from Two Steps From Hell (Classic Vol. 2) (32~present) Third Stage
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| website = [http://ameblo.jp/shun-tr/ Blog]
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[https://twitter.com/shunsukejump516 Twitter]
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[https://www.instagram.com/shunsukenagasaki Instagram]
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| footnotes =
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|age = {{age|1987|5|16}}}}
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'''Nagasaki Shunsuke''' (長崎 峻侑) is a trampolinist who is one of the most promising of recent competitors. This skilled trampolinist, who is called "Prince of the Trampoline", has won several medals in the Trampoline World Cups and Doha Asian Games.
   
 
==Competition History==
 
==Competition History==
Shunsuke first appeared in [[SASUKE 14]] at age 17 when he was only a high school sophomore. In that competition, he made it to the Second Stage, where after struggling on the [[Spider Walk]] he timed out on the [[Wall Lifting]] obstacle.
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Shunsuke first appeared in [[SASUKE 14]] at age 17 when he was only a high school sophomore. In that competition, he made it to the Second Stage, where after struggling on the [[Spider Walk]] he timed out on the [[Wall Lifting]].
   
 
In [[SASUKE 15]], he joined [[Kawashima Takayuki]] as having the distinction of being the youngest competitor to reach the [[Third Stage]], which they did at age 18. He made it to the Third Stage's [[Cliffhanger]] in both the [[SASUKE 15|15th]] and [[SASUKE 16|16th]] tournaments and failed there. After [[SASUKE 16]], he built a Cliffhanger replica in his garage to train.
 
In [[SASUKE 15]], he joined [[Kawashima Takayuki]] as having the distinction of being the youngest competitor to reach the [[Third Stage]], which they did at age 18. He made it to the Third Stage's [[Cliffhanger]] in both the [[SASUKE 15|15th]] and [[SASUKE 16|16th]] tournaments and failed there. After [[SASUKE 16]], he built a Cliffhanger replica in his garage to train.
   
In the [[SASUKE 17|17th competition]], he came out strong by finishing the First Stage with the fastest time, clearing with 17.7 seconds left. He then cleared the Second Stage with 10.8 seconds left. In the Third Stage, he finally got by the Cliffhanger obstacle and completed the Third Stage, along with eventual champion [[Nagano Makoto]]. Although he timed out on the Final Stage, it was this competition that people really took notice of Nagasaki as a serious contender.
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In the [[SASUKE 17|17th competition]], he came out strong by finishing the First Stage with the fastest time, clearing with 17.7 seconds left. He then cleared the Second Stage with 10.8 seconds left. In the Third Stage, he finally got by the Cliffhanger and completed the Third Stage, along with eventual champion [[Nagano Makoto]]. Although he timed out on the Final Stage, it was this competition that people really took notice of Nagasaki as a serious contender.
   
In [[SASUKE 18]], he and his brother Takamasa made it through the new First Stage. Then in the Second Stage, Nagasaki breezed through the new obstacles (including the new [[Salmon Ladder]]) and made it to the Third Stage. In the redesigned Third Stage, he made it to the fourth obstacle, the [[Shin-Cliffhanger]]. Unlike Nagano Makoto and future competitors, Nagasaki tried to reach for the third ledge without jumping. However, due to the large gap, he failed that obstacle.
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In [[SASUKE 18]], he and his brother, [[Nagasaki Takamasa]], made it through the new First Stage. Then in the Second Stage, Nagasaki breezed through the new obstacles (including the new [[Salmon Ladder]]) and made it to the Third Stage. In the redesigned Third Stage, he made it to the fourth obstacle, the [[Shin-Cliffhanger]]. Unlike [[Nagano Makoto]] and many future competitors, Nagasaki tried to reach for the third ledge without jumping. However, due to the large gap, he failed the obstacle.
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[[File:Shunsuke 18 1.png|thumb|right|300px]]
In the [[SASUKE 19|19th competition]], he was eliminated in the First Stage by falling off the [[Flying Chute]]; this was his first time failing the First Stage. Until then, only him and [[Kane Kosugi]] had perfect First Stage record of five consecutive clears in their first five tournaments.
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[[File:Shunsuke 18 2.jpeg|thumb|right|300px]]
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[[File:Shunsuke 18 3.png|thumb|right|300px|Shunsuke failing the [[Cliffhanger#Shin-Cliffhanger|Shin-Cliffhanger]] in [[SASUKE 18]]]]
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In the [[SASUKE 19|19th competition]], he was eliminated in the First Stage by the [[Flying Chute]]; this was his first time failing the First Stage. Until then, only he and [[Kane Kosugi]] had a First Stage record of five consecutive clears in their first five tournaments, only beaten by [[Yamada Katsumi]] with his record of six consecutive clears in their first six tournaments.
   
 
==All-Star?==
 
==All-Star?==
Much confusion arose when announcer [[Hatsuta Keisuke]] said during his intro, "Will Nagasaki be the first All-Star to finish Stage One?" While Nagasaki has his own theme song, he is not considered one of the [[SASUKE All-Stars]] by TBS.
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Much confusion arose when announcer [[Hatsuta Keisuke]] said during his intro, "Will Nagasaki be the first All-Star to finish Stage One?" While Nagasaki has his own theme song, he is not considered one of the [[SASUKE All-Stars]] by TBS.
   
 
==Absences==
 
==Absences==
Shunsuke did not compete in [[SASUKE 20]] due to his training for the 2008 Olympics (though he was seen training G4's American Ninja Challengers on the trampoline a couple of days before the competition). Before [[SASUKE 22]], Nagasaki wrote on his blog that he wanted to compete (and even showed a picture of him practicing the [[Shin-Cliffhanger]]). However, he was not invited for unknown reasons.
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Shunsuke did not compete in [[SASUKE 20]] due to his training for the 2008 Olympics (though he was seen training G4's American Ninja Challengers on the trampoline a couple of days before the competition). Before [[SASUKE 22]], Nagasaki wrote on his blog that he wanted to compete (and even showed a picture of him practicing the [[Shin-Cliffhanger]]). However, he was not invited for unknown reasons.
   
 
==Return to SASUKE==
 
==Return to SASUKE==
After a 9 tournament hiatus it was announced that Nagasaki would eventually compete in [[SASUKE 29]]. Upon his comeback, although digested, he did well, clearing the First Stage with 11.8 seconds left. However, like many competitors that day, the Second Stage proved disastrous for Nagasaki. He was slowed down by the [[Unstable Bridge]] and the hardened [[Backstream]], leaving him little time to clear the final obstacle, the [[Passing Wall]], and he eventually timed out there.
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After a 9 tournament hiatus, it was announced that Nagasaki would eventually compete in [[SASUKE 29]]. Upon his comeback, although digested, he did well, clearing the First Stage with 11.8 seconds left. However, like many competitors that day, the Second Stage proved disastrous for Nagasaki. He was slowed down by the [[Unstable Bridge]] and the hardened [[Backstream]], leaving him little time to clear the final obstacle, the [[Passing Wall]], and he eventually timed out there.
   
He returned back again in [[SASUKE 30]]. His run was digested in the first stage, but it was shown that he cleared the First Stage again. In the Second Stage, his run was digested again, but it was shown that he struggled with the [[Wall Lifting]], but eventually passed with just 2.7 seconds left on the clock. In the Third Stage, he made it past the first 3 obstacles easily, including the new [[Drum Hopper]], however he would go out on the [[Crazy Cliffhanger]], failing the jump to the 4th ledge.
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He returned back again in [[SASUKE 30]]. His run was digested in the First Stage, but it was shown that he cleared once more. In the Second Stage, his run was digested again, and while it was shown that he struggled with the [[Wall Lifting]], he eventually passed with just 2.7 seconds left on the clock. In the Third Stage, he made it past the first 3 obstacles easily, including the new [[Drum Hopper]], however, fell on the [[Crazy Cliffhanger]], failing the jump to the 4th ledge.
   
As of 2013, Nagasaki has completed the First Stage 7 times (5 consecutively), the Second Stage 5 times (all consecutively), and the Third Stage once.
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He returned in [[SASUKE 31]]. He took too much time on the [[Soritatsu Kabe]] and eventually timed out on the [[Lumberjack Climb]]. His run was all cut.
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He competed in [[SASUKE 32]], much stronger than before. In this tournament, we saw Nagasaki's First Stage run broadcast in full for the first time since his return to the show. He cleared the First Stage with little trouble, clearing the [[Soritatsu Kabe]] on his second attempt, and having to rush slightly to clear with 2.44 seconds remaining. His Second Stage run was digested but it was shown that he cleared with 5.19 seconds remaining. He cleared the [[Drum Hopper|Drum Hopper Kai]] with ease in the Third Stage, however, was one of 4 competitors that day to fail the [[Flying Bar]], misplacing the bar on the second transition.
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With a second Third Stage appearance in three tournaments under his belt, Nagasaki was given his highest ever number for [[SASUKE 33]], of 98. He successfully completed the First Stage before achieving the same feat in the Second Stage, as he cleared with 2.40 seconds left. In the Third Stage, he made his way through the [[Drum Hopper|Drum Hopper Kai]], but was unable to go any further, as he was eliminated by the [[Flying Bar]] for the second tournament in a row.
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2017-10-16-12h32m06s747.png|thumb|242x242px|Shunsuke slipping from the early part of the Spider Walk in [[SASUKE 34]]]]
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In [[SASUKE 34]], his run was digested, but it was known that he cleared the First Stage with 13.08 seconds remaining. But on the Second Stage, he was the first competitor to fail the fourth version of the Spider Walk and the first to fail it since [[SASUKE 17]], slipping immediately after starting to prop himself between the walls.
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In [[SASUKE 35]], he cleared stage 1 with 7.46 seconds remaining, before taking on the Second Stage. Unfortunately for Nagasaki, he failed to make much progress from [[SASUKE 34]], as he failed the [[Spider Drop]]. This meant that Nagasaki was eliminated at the Second Stage in consecutive tournaments for the first time.
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In [[SASUKE 36]] his run was digested, however it was shown that he shockingly failed the [[Dragon Glider]] when he let go of the second bar too early and slipped off the end mat into the water.
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As of 2018, Nagasaki has completed the First Stage 11 times (5 consecutively), the Second Stage 7 times (4 consecutively), and the Third Stage once.
   
 
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 14|14]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 14|14]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |67
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |67
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Wall Lifting]] (Second Stage)
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Time Out.
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| align="center" style="background-color: #721410;" |Time Out. 1st Wall.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 15|15]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 15|15]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |65
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |65
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Cliffhanger (Third Stage)
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| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed [[Cliffhanger]] (Third Stage)
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |
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| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |First ledge.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 16|16]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 16|16]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |89
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |89
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed Cliffhanger (Third Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Cliffhanger]] (Third Stage)
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Second ledge.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 17|17]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 17|17]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |87
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |87
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Tsuna Nobori (Final Stage)
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| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed [[Tsuna Nobori (10m)|Tsuna Nobori]] (Final Stage)
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Time Out. About 18.3 meters up.
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Time Out. About 18.3 meters up.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 18|18]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 18|18]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |97
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |97
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed Shin-Cliffhanger (Third Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Shin-Cliffhanger]] (Third Stage)
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Tried using his long arms to clear the gap without jumping.
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Tried using his long arms to clear the gap without jumping.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 19|19]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 19|19]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |97
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |97
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Flying Chute (First Stage)
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| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed [[Flying Chute]] (First Stage)
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |
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| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |First time failing the First Stage.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 29|29]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 29|29]]
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |93
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |93
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed Passing Wall (Second Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Passing Wall]] (Second Stage)
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Time Out. 2nd Wall.
 
| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Time Out. 2nd Wall.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 30|30]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 30|30]]
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |2986
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |2986
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Crazy Cliffhanger (Third Stage)
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| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed [[Crazy Cliffhanger]] (Third Stage)
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Jump. (4th Ledge)
 
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Jump. (4th Ledge)
 
|-
 
|-
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 31|31]]
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 31|31]]
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |88
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |88
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |Failed Lumberjack Climb (First Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Lumberjack Climb]] (First Stage)
| style="background-color: #530B09;" align="center" |All Cut. Time Out.
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |All Cut. Time Out. Run shown in his ''SASUKE 32 ''introduction.
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|-
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|[[SASUKE 32|32]]
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|87
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|Failed [[Flying Bar]] (Third Stage)
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|Second jump.
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|-
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 33|33]]
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |98
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Flying Bar]] (Third Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Second jump. Highest number to date.
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|-
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |[[SASUKE 34|34]]
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |95
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Failed [[Spider Walk]] (Second Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Fell immediately after starting.
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|-
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|[[SASUKE 35|35]]
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|92
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|Failed [[Spider Drop]] (Second Stage)
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| style="background-color: #721410;" align="center" |Slipped off after dropping down.
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|-
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|[[SASUKE 36|36]]
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|94
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|Failed [[Dragon Glider]] (First Stage)
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|Failed dismount.
 
|}
 
|}
 
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[[Category:SASUKE competitors]]

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Nagasaki Shunsuke (長崎 峻侑) is a trampolinist who is one of the most promising of recent competitors. This skilled trampolinist, who is called "Prince of the Trampoline", has won several medals in the Trampoline World Cups and Doha Asian Games.

Competition History

Shunsuke first appeared in SASUKE 14 at age 17 when he was only a high school sophomore. In that competition, he made it to the Second Stage, where after struggling on the Spider Walk he timed out on the Wall Lifting.

In SASUKE 15, he joined Kawashima Takayuki as having the distinction of being the youngest competitor to reach the Third Stage, which they did at age 18. He made it to the Third Stage's Cliffhanger in both the 15th and 16th tournaments and failed there. After SASUKE 16, he built a Cliffhanger replica in his garage to train.

In the 17th competition, he came out strong by finishing the First Stage with the fastest time, clearing with 17.7 seconds left. He then cleared the Second Stage with 10.8 seconds left. In the Third Stage, he finally got by the Cliffhanger and completed the Third Stage, along with eventual champion Nagano Makoto. Although he timed out on the Final Stage, it was this competition that people really took notice of Nagasaki as a serious contender.

In SASUKE 18, he and his brother, Nagasaki Takamasa, made it through the new First Stage. Then in the Second Stage, Nagasaki breezed through the new obstacles (including the new Salmon Ladder) and made it to the Third Stage. In the redesigned Third Stage, he made it to the fourth obstacle, the Shin-Cliffhanger. Unlike Nagano Makoto and many future competitors, Nagasaki tried to reach for the third ledge without jumping. However, due to the large gap, he failed the obstacle.

Shunsuke 18 1
Shunsuke 18 2
Shunsuke 18 3

Shunsuke failing the Shin-Cliffhanger in SASUKE 18

In the 19th competition, he was eliminated in the First Stage by the Flying Chute; this was his first time failing the First Stage. Until then, only he and Kane Kosugi had a First Stage record of five consecutive clears in their first five tournaments, only beaten by Yamada Katsumi with his record of six consecutive clears in their first six tournaments.

All-Star?

Much confusion arose when announcer Hatsuta Keisuke said during his intro, "Will Nagasaki be the first All-Star to finish Stage One?" While Nagasaki has his own theme song, he is not considered one of the SASUKE All-Stars by TBS.

Absences

Shunsuke did not compete in SASUKE 20 due to his training for the 2008 Olympics (though he was seen training G4's American Ninja Challengers on the trampoline a couple of days before the competition). Before SASUKE 22, Nagasaki wrote on his blog that he wanted to compete (and even showed a picture of him practicing the Shin-Cliffhanger). However, he was not invited for unknown reasons.

Return to SASUKE

After a 9 tournament hiatus, it was announced that Nagasaki would eventually compete in SASUKE 29. Upon his comeback, although digested, he did well, clearing the First Stage with 11.8 seconds left. However, like many competitors that day, the Second Stage proved disastrous for Nagasaki. He was slowed down by the Unstable Bridge and the hardened Backstream, leaving him little time to clear the final obstacle, the Passing Wall, and he eventually timed out there.

He returned back again in SASUKE 30. His run was digested in the First Stage, but it was shown that he cleared once more. In the Second Stage, his run was digested again, and while it was shown that he struggled with the Wall Lifting, he eventually passed with just 2.7 seconds left on the clock. In the Third Stage, he made it past the first 3 obstacles easily, including the new Drum Hopper, however, fell on the Crazy Cliffhanger, failing the jump to the 4th ledge.

He returned in SASUKE 31. He took too much time on the Soritatsu Kabe and eventually timed out on the Lumberjack Climb. His run was all cut.

He competed in SASUKE 32, much stronger than before. In this tournament, we saw Nagasaki's First Stage run broadcast in full for the first time since his return to the show. He cleared the First Stage with little trouble, clearing the Soritatsu Kabe on his second attempt, and having to rush slightly to clear with 2.44 seconds remaining. His Second Stage run was digested but it was shown that he cleared with 5.19 seconds remaining. He cleared the Drum Hopper Kai with ease in the Third Stage, however, was one of 4 competitors that day to fail the Flying Bar, misplacing the bar on the second transition.

With a second Third Stage appearance in three tournaments under his belt, Nagasaki was given his highest ever number for SASUKE 33, of 98. He successfully completed the First Stage before achieving the same feat in the Second Stage, as he cleared with 2.40 seconds left. In the Third Stage, he made his way through the Drum Hopper Kai, but was unable to go any further, as he was eliminated by the Flying Bar for the second tournament in a row.

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Shunsuke slipping from the early part of the Spider Walk in SASUKE 34

In SASUKE 34, his run was digested, but it was known that he cleared the First Stage with 13.08 seconds remaining. But on the Second Stage, he was the first competitor to fail the fourth version of the Spider Walk and the first to fail it since SASUKE 17, slipping immediately after starting to prop himself between the walls.

In SASUKE 35, he cleared stage 1 with 7.46 seconds remaining, before taking on the Second Stage. Unfortunately for Nagasaki, he failed to make much progress from SASUKE 34, as he failed the Spider Drop. This meant that Nagasaki was eliminated at the Second Stage in consecutive tournaments for the first time.

In SASUKE 36 his run was digested, however it was shown that he shockingly failed the Dragon Glider when he let go of the second bar too early and slipped off the end mat into the water.

As of 2018, Nagasaki has completed the First Stage 11 times (5 consecutively), the Second Stage 7 times (4 consecutively), and the Third Stage once.

Results

SASUKE # Result Notes
14 67 Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage) Time Out. 1st Wall.
15 65 Failed Cliffhanger (Third Stage) First ledge.
16 89 Failed Cliffhanger (Third Stage) Second ledge.
17 87 Failed Tsuna Nobori (Final Stage) Time Out. About 18.3 meters up.
18 97 Failed Shin-Cliffhanger (Third Stage) Tried using his long arms to clear the gap without jumping.
19 97 Failed Flying Chute (First Stage) First time failing the First Stage.
29 93 Failed Passing Wall (Second Stage) Time Out. 2nd Wall.
30 2986 Failed Crazy Cliffhanger (Third Stage) Failed Jump. (4th Ledge)
31 88 Failed Lumberjack Climb (First Stage) All Cut. Time Out. Run shown in his SASUKE 32 introduction.
32 87 Failed Flying Bar (Third Stage) Second jump.
33 98 Failed Flying Bar (Third Stage) Second jump. Highest number to date.
34 95 Failed Spider Walk (Second Stage) Fell immediately after starting.
35 92 Failed Spider Drop (Second Stage) Slipped off after dropping down.
36 94 Failed Dragon Glider (First Stage) Failed dismount.
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