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  1. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I think it's more likely because the kids Yuzu are teaching seem to be absolute beginners whereas Javi and Miki's session it seemed that the kids already had some skating experience. So helmets for safety would make sense if it were their first time on ice.
  2. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Yeah, her SP is to Memoirs of a Geisha, which in my opinion, could have been more controversial that SEIMEI because of Arthur Golden's portrayal of Japan and her FS is Madame Butterfly. so both stories set in Japan created by non-Japanese people.
  3. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    This was from the first time he was on Arakawa Shizuka's show Friends+ In 2013 which is an interview show in a format similar to Kenji's where he is being interviewed by her, but he is also able to discuss things with her. His was before the Olympics, so he did seek advice from her about it. Scattered throughout will be small clips of them responding to pre-prepared questions (during the interview they usually are prompted to talk about specific themes). This clip corresponds to a question about the last time he cried.
  4. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Yuzu: I'll be waiting for you... to catch up to my world records everyone else: everyone else:
  5. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I think it will be a bit more of an 'I want all of you by my side but the IJS says I can't'
  6. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    At this point, the 4F is just the-other-quad
  7. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    The-reason-why-Brian-went-to-Kobe?
  8. misheyxxxooo

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Didn't Nanami Abe also coach Arakawa Shizuka early on in her career? There must be something in the water in Sendai that both Japanese Olympic FS champions have been from there. I recall seeing something that reported that after Hanyu, she didn't really take on any new skaters as coach and really did just embrace being a choreographer. With Orser, maybe it's his team, maybe it's a massive fluke, maybe it's the athletes that come looking for him. But with Yuna, then Javi, then Yuzu it is clear that he knows how to nurture already-there talent and potential. He knows how to improve upon already great jumps and skaters to make them a whole other level of great (we are called PLANET Hanyu for a reason). It will be interesting to see how his more junior skaters fare. Regardless, we can all agree that Hanyu is a once in a lifetime kind of athlete and I certainly do feel grateful to have been able to witness everything he has achieved.
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