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Japan's Shoma Uno won his first figure skating world championship on Saturday, with compatriot Yuma Kagiyama earning men's silver for the second straight year.

Uno, who led from the short program, overcame a pair of awkward landings in a free skate that included five quad jumps and earned him a career-best 202.85 points for a 312.48 total at the Sud de France Arena outside Montpellier, France.

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