Battle Athletes Victory (TV)

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[ alternate retelling of Battle Athletes (OAV) ]

Alternative title:
Battle Athletes Daiundōkai (Japanese) 
バトルアスリーテス大運動会 (Japanese) 
파이팅 대운동회 (Korean) 
Genres: comedy , drama , science fiction , tournament 
Themes: sports 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Akari Kanzaki has just joined an all-girls academy in hopes of entering the University Satellite, an elite sports training facility. She wants to win the title of Cosmo Beauty—a title held years ago by her mother. It's not an easy task for her as fear, doubt and peer pressure get in her way, but friends, rivals and fans slowly encourage her to overcome her obstacles and become the best of the Battle Athletes. 
User Ratings: 315 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 12 votes (sub:7, dub:5)
 Excellent: 41 votes (sub:26, dub:14, ?:1)
 Very good: 89 votes (sub:60, dub:26, others:3
2 Russian edited dub
1 Portuguese subtitled
)
 Good: 96 votes (sub:65, dub:28, raw:1, others:2
1 Russian subtitled
1 French subtitled
)
 Decent: 39 votes (sub:24, dub:12, raw:3)
 So-so: 12 votes (sub:11, dub:1)
 Not really good: 9 votes (dub:5, sub:4)
 Weak: 12 votes (sub:11, dub:1)
 Bad: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 741 users, rank: #1329 (of 6016)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.130 (Good), std. dev.: 1.6673, rank: #1992 (of 6010)
Weighted mean: 7.093 (Good), rank: #1924 (of 6010) (seen all: 7.31 / seen some: 6.57 / won't finish: 4.15)
Bayesian estimate: 7.109 (Good), rank: #1731 (of 4575)
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 26 
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1997-10-03 to 1998-03-27 
Release dates: We have 21
Opening Theme:
"Tsubasa" ("Wings") by Yukari Asakura 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Honey Bee" by Jamic Spoon (eps 1-25) 
#2: "Tsubasa" ("Wings") by Yukari Asakura (ep 26) 
Official website:
Trivia: We have 2
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DVD (Region 1)
    Battle Athletes Victory - Training (DVD 1) 1999-04-06 (from $29.99)
    Battle Athletes Victory - Doubt & Conflict (DVD 2) 1999-05-11 (from $12.98)
    Battle Athletes Victory - Tragedy and Triumph (DVD 3) 2000-08-29 (from $14.98)
    Battle Athletes Victory - Spaceward Ho (DVD 4) 1999-08-03
    Battle Athletes Victory - No Looking Back (DVD 5) 1999-09-14 (from $36.99)
    Battle Athletes Victory - Willpower (DVD 6) 1999-10-12 (from $34.95)
    Battle Athletes Victory - Last Dance (DVD 7) 1999-11-02
    Battle Athletes Victory - Human Race (DVD 8) 1999-12-07 (from $12.00)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Katsuhito Akiyama 
Music: Yoshikazu Suo 
Original Concept: Hiroki Hayashi 
Character Design:
Atsushi Okuda 
Ryuichi Makino 
Art Director:
Shigemi Ikeda 
Takeshi Waki 
Animation Director: Shinji Ochi 
Sound Director: Yasunori Honda 
Director of Photography: Tsuguo Ozawa 
Assistant Director: Takeshi Kobayashi 
Color Coordination: Satoshi Tsuchida 
Conceptual Design:
Kenji Teraoka 
Noriyuki Jinguji 
Design: Takaharu Masaki 
Key Animation:
Hiroyuki Imaishi (eps 8, 23) 
Kou Yoshinari (ep 21) 
Nobutake Ito (OP) 
Tokuyuki Matsutake (ep 12) 
Yusuke Yoshigaki (eps 8, 17) 
Planning:
Taro Maki 
Toru Miura 
Theme Song Performance: Yukari Asakura (OP) 
Rio Natsuki as Akari Kanzaki 

Akemi Okamura as Mylandah Arkar Walder 
Akiko Yajima as Anna Respighi 
Aya Hisakawa as Ichino "Itchan" Yanagida 
Aya Sakaguchi as Tanya Natdhipytadd 
Kouji Nakata as Grant Oldman(Headmaster) 
Miki Itou as Jessie Gartland 
Miki Takahashi as Tomoe Midou 
Taeko Kawata as
Marshall 
Wong Ling-Pha 
Tomoko Kawakami as Kris Christopher 
Unshou Ishizuka as Mister Miracle 
Yoko Soumi as Ayla V. Roznovsky 
Yukari Tamura as Vanessa(ep 16) 
Yuriko Yamaguchi as Lahrri Feldnunt 

Ai Orikasa as Yumiko Karashima 
Asako Fujii as Ishimatsu Yanagida 
Chiharu Tezuka as Student C 
Junji Kitajima as Kannonji 
Kae Araki as Student A 
Kazuhiko Inoue as Eric Roberts 
Michiko Neya as Student B 
Miho Yamada as
Announcer 
Loretta(ep 23) 
Naoki Tatsuta as Takashi Kobayashi(ep 6) 
Nobuo Tobita as Ando(ep 23) 
Rei Igarashi as Nerilian Queen(eps 24-26) 
Ryunosuke Ohbayashi as Prince(ep 26) 
Shiho Niiyama as Chief of the Dorm 
Takehiro Murozono as
Gyubei 
Sergei Garenstein 
Takeshi Igarashi as Control Officer 
Toshiya Ueda as Priest Bobson Howard 
Unshou Ishizuka as Daizaemon Kanzaki(eps 22-26) 
Wataru Takagi as Terrorist A(ep 11) 
Yukari Tamura as Ayla V. Roznovsky(Young) 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo 
Co-Production: Aeon, Inc. 
Distributor: PIONEER LDC 
Music Production: TV Tokyo Music 
Production:
AIC 
PIONEER LDC 
SoftX 
TV Tokyo 
English cast
English staff
Translation: Rika Takahashi 
ADR Script:
Mary Claypool 
Steve Nottaw 
Executive producer: Hideki 'Henry' Goto 
Digital Tracking:
Joe Romersa 
Phil Brewster 
Final Mix: Joe Romersa 
Production Coordination:
Kei Onishi 
Kenji Nakamura 
Osamu Maseba 
Recording Facility Engineer: Les Claypool III 
Subtitle Timing: Dana Weaver 
Lia Sargent as Akari Kanzaki 

David Lucas as Grant Oldman 
Debbie Derosa as Mylandah Arkar Walter 
Dorothy Melendrez as Kris Kristopher 
James Lyon as
Daizaemon Kanzaki(eps 22-26) 
Mr. Miracle 
Julie Maddalena as Tanya Natdhipytadd 
Marie Downing as Jessie Gurtlant 
Melissa Williamson as Ayla Vefraska Rosnovsky 
Mimi Woods as Lahrri Feldnunt 
Ruby Marlowe as
Anna Respighi 
Ling-Pha Wong 
Marshall 
Sam Strong as Dr. Eric Roberts 
Wendee Lee as Ichino "Itchan" Yanagida 

Bodean Chubb as
Newscaster 
Priest 
Carol Stanzione as Mercury-B Team Leader 
David Umansky as Interviewer 
Deanna Morris as Student 
Diva West as Nurse Yumika Karashima 
Dorothy Melendrez as Student 
Jack Hammer as Lahrri's Coach 
Jane Alan as
Event Announcer 
Welcome Voice 
Jimmy Theodore as Satellite Operator 
Jonathan Charles as
Kannonji 
Operator 
Julie Pickering as Poontashko 
Lex Lang as
Operator 
Sergei Garenstein 
Lia Sargent as Nerilians 
Lynn Fischer as Nerilian 
Marie Danielle as
Ayla(Young) 
Student 
Michael Sorich as Ando(ep 22) 
Mona Marshall as Ichimatsu Yanagida 
Patricia Ja Lee as Nurse 
Reba West as Elaine Respighi 
Richard Hayworth as Terrorist Leader 
Robert Wicks as Alfred Gurtlant 
Sonja S. Fox as Nerilian Queen 
Sparky Thornton as Beginners Narrator 
Street Kid as Cody MacKenzie 
Tom Charles as Punk 

Waha 
English companies
ADR Production:
Animaze 
ZRO Limit Productions 
Online Editing Facility: Point.360 
Packaging Design: Mind Meld, INC. 
Recording Facility: Magnitude 8 Post 
Translation: ZRO Limit Productions 
Korean staff
Korean cast
(none)
Myeong-Hwa Cha as Akari Kanzaki 

Gang Mihyeong as Ling-Pha Wong 
Gi Gyeongok as Anna Respighi 
Han Sangdeok as Grant Oldman 
Jeong-Ho Kim as Dr. Eric Roberts 
Jong-Hyeok Lee as Mr. Miracle 
Lee Jinhwa as Tanya Natdhipytadd 
Park Suok as Ayla Vefraska Rosnovsky 
So-Ra Yun as Jessie Gurtlant 
Song Deokhui as Kris Kristopher 
Sun-Yeong Kim as Mylandah Arkar Walter 
Yeon-Hui Lee as Lahrri Feldnunt 
Yu Namhui as Ichino "Itchan" Yanagida 

Jeong-Ho Kim as Priest Bobson Howard 
Jong-Hyeok Lee as Kannonji 
Song Deokhui as
Ishimatsu Yanagida 
Nerilian Queen 
Yumika Karashima 
Yeon-Hui Lee as Tomoe Kanzaki 
Korean companies
(none)
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