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Vadrouille

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  1. Vadrouille

    2019 World Team Fukuoka

    World 2020 will be at Centre Bell, in downtown Montreal, near Metro stations, with many buses going there, with Train Station. There are many hotels nearby, Youth Hostel or Auberge de Jeunesse , YMCA, restaurants etc. Centre Bell is home to the NHL hockey team Canadians of Montreal, with capacity of 20,000 seats. I wonder how much tickets Skate Canada will hope to sell to fill up the site. We can only hope that Yuzuru will skate there, otherwise I have doubts that Skate Canada can succeed to fill up the place. World 2020 is in Montreal, my hometown. I will wait until before the competition to buy the tickets, if Yuzuru is confirmed to be there. I have been at GP Skate Canada in Laval (near Montreal) last November 2018 because I already bought the tickets early hoping to see Yuzuru there. So for me it was not a happy competition to attend. The arena in Laval is smaller and not sold out for the competition. Happy New Year 2019 for all. Especially good health, healthy ankles for Yuzuru.
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    Looking for Nicole Zarate

    Hi Nicole or LittleLottie I read the article on Japan Times about fans and you at Helsinki GP 2018. I am very happy for you to be able to go to see Yuzuru in Helsinki. I too hope to see Yuzuru again next year in 2019 in Canada. He has participated in Skate Canada many times, in Autumn Classics at least 3 or 4 times already. I was lucky to be able to see him skate many times in Canada since World in 2013 at Skate Canada and at Autumn Classics. World 2020 , not 2019 sorry, will be in Montreal my hometown, Canada. World 2019 in March 2019 will be in Saitama, Japan. I hope he will get well, heal his ankle and return to competition soon. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all. I edit to correct the error.
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    General Yuzuru Chat

    I am very sad it is confirmed now that Yuzuru is still injured and he has to WD from Japan Nationals. I am only worried for his ankle. I know this is very sad for him to miss Japan Nationals 2018 again for the third year, a competition he wants to participate the most. i don't care what the haters say about him or his WD, even if he is in good health and skate at Nationals, they still are the haters and say what ever their sick mind want to say. We can do nothing about it. In the future, I hope Yuzuru will restrain himself in training, no quad axel or quad loop. I prefer he still skate and compete in good health than being injured. I pray for Yuzuru's good health and happiness in new year 2019.
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    General Yuzuru Chat

    Really Yuzuru is back in Toronto right now? I am so happy to know he is back to his second home in Canada. He is very loved here in Canada. Happy Birthday to you dear Yuzuru. I hope someone show him the big birthday card that his fans put for him in the bus stop in front of the Cricket Club.
  5. In the absence of Yuzuru, I hope Nathan will win. I prefer Nathan to the other Shoma. For the ladies, I hope Alina will win.
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    General Yuzuru Chat

    This article must be from some haters I suppose. They seem to enjoy every occasion they can seize when Yuzuru is injured to say bad things about him. Just ignore them. We can do nothing about them. Let them enjoy what they can find in their unhappy life.
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    General Yuzuru Chat

    Happy Birthday to dear Yuzuru. I wish you good health, happiness and great successes in skating competitions and in life. I have seen the video of Finnish TV on Yuzuru and his fans at GP Finland in Helsinki 2018. I am so happy to see the reactions of his fans. Thank you to the poster who made it available to us. Yes we love him because of the person and the skater he is, despite the injuries, the hardships he encountered. We are his fans from all over the world, not just Japanese. I am from Canada, Origin from Vietnam. I have met many fans from China, from the US, from Europe, from Asia. We all love him because he speaks to our heart. We are from all ages.
  8. The same with me an old Aunty myself and many of my friends in my age. I know many Auntys and Mamies and Grannies who are fans of Yuzuru. When we meet up, we have fun talking about our love for Yuzuru. He has fans of all ages. Look at the blond boy and the flowers girls. I don't blame them. For me they are right to show affection and love for their beloved skater.
  9. Thank you @Sammie and Sydney Maria to give us translation of French commentaries of SP Otonal of Yuzuru. I am French Canadian, and for me it is a disgrace to French TV and to me a French speaking Canadian.. I don't know who they are, what are their names? Somebody has said that those commentators for French tv are Nathalie Pechelat a ICe Dance skater who retired after Sochi in 2016, and the man is Alban Preaubert, a French skater who retired in 2010. What can I say. They seem to be fixated on their presumption that Yuzuru try to imitate his idols Weir in Otonal SP and Pluschenko in Origin FS. They criticized Yuzuru as trying to take the credit for himself, to erase what Weir has done in the past with the same music. It is so absurd, so unfair, so untrue. The program Otonal of FP of Weir is completely different from Otonal SP of Yuzuru, with different choreographer, different technical content, different layout. Even the costume that seem to interest the French commentators the most is different from Weir, different style, different body line. The costume of Weir is all blue, the pant and the bodice in the same piece. It is not the same costume with Yuzuru. What can I say? They seem to base their conclusions on their fake presumption. I don't want to say more, I don't want to be impolite, in case I can be censured by the administrators.
  10. Hi Prudence I have sent you PM. I am interested to buy your tickets. Thank you Vadrouille
  11. i love Otonal and Yuzuru. Just breathtaking. And I love the little blond boy Vonorov, the fan who throw the giant golden fish, how she could bring it all the way to Moscow. Also the russian girl who wear a blue ribbon on her hair, so beautiful. That is a very good idea to wear something on the hair with the same color as his costume. It is easy to get a ribbon for any color depending on the costume. I am so happy. I don't know if I will try to go to Vancouver if I can. Congratulations to Yuzuru and all his fans. Can we have the press conférence like in Helsinki please.
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    General Yuzuru Chat

    Yes I agree with you about the taste of Nathalie Pechelat for her own costumes when she did competitions in Ice Dance. I remembered in Sochi Olympics her FD was about Egyptian Mommies and she wears a costume with white bandages like toilet papers. It was quite stunning as bad taste. And she thinks she has the right to dictate what a male skater must wear or can wear in competitions and exhibitions. I can not understand why she complained about the Swan costume of Yuzuru. It was amongst the best costumes ever. Now another French commentator Alban Preaubert(is it his name sorry if I don't get it right?) said that he does not like Yuzuru 's costume because it is blue (same colour as Johnny Weir 's costume in Otonal). Both of them seem very narrow mind to me. They talk only about the costume, not about the skating. Are they commenting like that too with skaters other than Yuzuru? I live in Canada, in Montreal Quebec where French language is our first and official language, before English. I listen more to English programs when there is skating broadcasted on TV, like on CBC or TSN rather than on French television. But our Canadian commentators both in French or in English always appreciate and compliment Yuzuru 's skating, even when Yuzuru competes against our own skater Patrick Chan. Kurt Browning, Carol Lane, PJ Kwong are all big fans of Yuzuru. Sorry for French fans of Yuzuru who have to listen to those two French commentators on TV.
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    [2018] GP Helsinki Men Free Skating

    I am happy for you and all of us to be able to see Yuzuru skating live or on internet SP Otonal and FP Origin and win the gold medal. Otonal is the most beautiful Autumn (also it is Autumn right now in Canada). And maybe next time Origin will also be the most beautiful FP of the year. I hope you will be doing better and you will be at Grand Prix Final next month in Vancouver your hometown. Good health and you can go back home soon.
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    Four Continents 2019 Anaheim

    I think that Team Japan for World and Four Continents are the 3 medallists at Japan Championships in December 2018. So if Yuzuru is among the 3 medallists and if he wants to go to Four Continents, the Japanese Federation will be very happy to name him on the team. Among the skaters you have mentioned Shoma, Keiji and Daisuke, I think only Shoma is quite guaranteed to be named in the World team and Four Continents team for Japan because he will be a medallist. Same as for Yuzuru. The other two Keiji and Daisuke are not sure to be a medallist in Japan Championships, in my opinion. We will know in January 2019, after Japan Championships. I hope Yuzuru will go to Four Continents for the happiness of all his fans in America, in the US, Mexico, Canada etc...
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    General Yuzuru Chat

    I think that Roman Sadowsky was born in 1999 I believe. So he is 19 y.o. now. He is very tall and handsome. I think he is even taller than Nam Nguyen who is quite tall himself. Two years ago, at a competition Autumn Classics in Barrie, Nam at 17 years old was already taller than Yuzu. Roman and Nam are now training with the same coachs in Toronto. So Yuzuru feels like his younger brothers are growing up bigger and taller than himself. That is why he tried to stand on his toe picks during the victory ceremony in Autumn Classics in Oakville 2018.
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