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  1. Proposed changes for next season

    Oh that is the most adorable thing! Poor bb got a brain freeze.
  2. [TV Broadcast] Continues~with Wings~

    He looks so genuinely happy to be skating. I'm laughing at him nearly tripping
  3. [TV Broadcast] Continues~with Wings~

    Poor Mura being the jump proxy again.
  4. [TV Broadcast] Continues~with Wings~

    I think judging by how interview with Johnny, Yuzuru pretty much understands almost all the English. He might just be shy about his pronounciation.
  5. General Yuzuru chat

    When is the broadcast information?
  6. 2018/19 Coaching changes

    Judging by how Nathan caved under the pressure of the Olympics and during last year's World, maybe he really should think about concentrating on the mental strength. It wasn't until Nathan realized he had no chance of winning that it freed him up to that LP of his.
  7. 2018/19 Coaching changes

    But I missed it! I want the juicy gossip as well!
  8. Fantasy on Ice 2018 in MAKUHARI

    I'm pretty sure it was International site. So Yuzu will be in all 5 locations. What are the dates and are there any tix left? How did you order thru Lawson?
  9. 2018/19 Coaching changes

    btw I really like your avatar
  10. 2018/19 Coaching changes

    While David is not my favorite choreographer for Yuzu (the insistence on using War horses kills me), he did some great choreography for Yuna and I think his sense of dramatic and Evgenia's acting skills can pull off some really good programs.
  11. All this talk about coaching changes made me wonder who are some successful athletes turned coaches. By successful athletes, I mean athletes who had some success in the international circuit i.e., won medals at major events like Olympics, Worlds, 4CC, European, GPF. When I say have some success of coaching athletes, I'm also talking about their pupils have some success in the international circuit as well. Of course Brian immediately comes to mind. As well as his partner in coaching crime Tracy Wilson who's a Olympic Bronze medalist herself. I'm keeping an eye out for Deniss Vasiljevs and how he develops to see if Stephane Lambiel can be included on this list. Yao Bin can't be included because coming in dead last at the Olympics does not make you a successful athlete. Speaking of Yao Bin, Zhao Hongbo has some success following on the work started by Yao Bin with the current Chinese Pairs including Sui/Cong, Yu/Zhang. Aliona's former partner Robin Szolkowy has some success in coaching for Tarasova/Morozov, Danankova/Enbert, and Zabiaako/Enbert, but I'm not sure how much of that success can be credited to him since the primary coach is Nina Mozer and he seems to only work with them for a short period of time. Plushy can't be included since none of his students are successful internationally or had reached their success prior to being coached by him. I could have sworn Daisuke Takahashi is a coach now (along with everything else he's doing) but I couldn't find out any information on his students. Anyone else you can think of?
  12. General Yuzuru chat

    He's got a whole industry built around him.
  13. Team Canada

    I thought Misha Ge announced his retirement. He's #13 Also thought Kegan retired as well and he's #22. Not sure if Voronov retired yet. Daddy Mura retired didn't he? He's #35 Now I definitely read somewhere that Paul Fenz retired and he's listed as #37 Elijah Balde DEFINITELY retired and he's #66 This exclusion makes no sense!
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