NAUCC 2004 and UNICON 12

> Mayumi, thank you for quick response! There is finally
> someone in Japan other than me that is communicating
> with the unicycling world, and I am very happy for it.
> And your English is real good too!
>
> We should all welcome Mayumi – maybe a future IUF director!?

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves… first we must make sure her IUF
experiences for UNICON XII are positive ones.

I would also like to be one of the first to welcome Mayumi Sakaino to our
UNICON planning community! UNICON attendees may not know her, but you may
remember her daughters Satomi & Yuka, our Pairs Freestyle world champions.
Satomi is also the “little robot” who is our Individual Freestyle world
champion.

Everybody please welcome Mayumi, and help her as you can in her efforts to
communicate between the English and Japanese-speaking unicycling worlds!

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Stay on top,
John Foss
Director, International Unicycling Federation
jfoss@unicycling.com

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> Stay on top, Jack Halpern
> Executive Director for International Development
> International Unicycling Federation, Inc.
> Website: http://www.kanji.org
>
>

RE: NAUCC 2004 and UNICON 12

Hi Mr. Foss and Mr. Halpern,

Thank you for introducing me to all.

>remember her daughters Satomi & Yuka, our Pairs Freestyle
>world champions.
>Satomi is also the “little robot” who is our Individual Freestyle world
>champion.

Hi all,

I am a leader of Uni Paradise Isehara in Japan.
Do you remember our group performance in Unicon 11?
We used black curtains.
The riders changed to small riders.
Spectators encouraged them.
When a curtain fell down, we were surprised.
But it is a good memory.
Satomi, Yuka and other members veeeeery enjoyed Unicon 11.
Thank you all.

>Everybody please welcome Mayumi, and help her as you can in
>her efforts to
>communicate between the English and Japanese-speaking
>unicycling worlds!

My English is poor.
I am confused in a complicated sentence.
Could you help me?
Please you remember, I can use English like a little baby.
I need your help about conversation.
I need to learn English.

Thak you,

>NOTE TO JACK AND OTHERS OUTSIDE UNICYCLIST.COM:
I see.
I signed up rus.
Thank you for your advice.

Mayumi Sakaino
msakaino@nifty.com

>Stay on top,
>John Foss
>Director, International Unicycling Federation
>jfoss@unicycling.com
>www.unicycling.com
>
>
>
>
>>
>> Stay on top, Jack Halpern
>> Executive Director for International Development
>> International Unicycling Federation, Inc.
>> Website: http://www.kanji.org
>>
>>
>

Re: NAUCC 2004 and UNICON 12

John Foss <jfoss@unicycling.com> wrote:

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