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  1. fuji link
    Media Day 2018

    So whoever wants to watch, this is fine and not buffering constantly. It's about to start

     


  2. 3a
    General Yuzuru Chat

    Since we're axel obsessed right now, here's a table of Yuzuru's axel evolution.  It's incomplete data since when he started as a novice they still used 6.0. Also, I'm sure I wasn't able to check ALL his competitions. Note that there are times when he's a novice but gets invited to compete for juniors. Also, novice levels only perform free skates.

     

    Novice Level
    Date Competition Protocol Axel + GOE

    2005

    Oct 8-10

    Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional FS Championship

    Level: Novice  B

    FS 2A+2T : 0.33
    2A : -2.10

    2005

    Oct 29-30

    Japan Figure Skating Novice Championships

    Level: Novice  B

    FS 2A+2T : 0.20
    2A : -0.42

    2006

    Oct 28-29

    Japan Figure Skating Novice Championships
    Level: Novice  A
    FS 2A+2T : 1.60
    2A : 0.40

    2006

    Nov 25-26

    Japan Figure Skating Junior Championships
    Level: Invited to compete as a Junior

    SP

    FS

    SP

    2A : 0.20

    -----

    FS

    2A : 0.80
    2A : 0.80
    2A : -0.70

    2007

    Mar 30-Apr 1

    36th North Japan Figure Skating Games
    Level: Invited to compete as a Junior

    SP

    FS

    SP
    2A : 0.40

    -----

    FS

    2F+2A+SEQ : -1.40
    2A : 0.40

    2007

    Apr 25-28

    Mladost Trophy
    Level: Novice

    SP

    FS

    SP
    1A : 0.17

    -----

    FS

    2F+2A+SEQ : -2.10

    2007

    Oct 5-7

    Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional FS Championship

    Level: Novice A

    FS 2A+2T 1.00

    2007

    Oct 27-28

    Japan Figure Skating Novice Championships
    Level: Novice A
    FS 2A+2T : 1.60

    2007

    Nov 24-25

    Japan Figure Skating Junior Championships
    Level: Invited to compete as a Junior

    SP

    FS

    SP
    2A : 1.00

    -----

    FS

    2A+2T+2Lo : 0.80

    2008

    Mar 27-30

    2008 Skate Copenhagen Cup

    Level: Novice

    SP

    FS

    SP
    2A : 1.20

    -----

    FS

    2A+3T : 0.40

     

    JUNIOR LEVEL 2008-2009 (He was also invited to compete at senior nationals)

    Spoiler
    Date Competition Protocol SP FS

    2008

    Sep 3-6

    Junior GP Merano

    SP

    FS

    2A : 0.00 2A : 0.50
    2A : -0.50

    2008

    Oct 11-13

    Tohoku-Hokkaido

    Regional FS Championship

    SP

    FS

    3A< : -2.50 2A : -0.32
    2A+3T+2T : 0.60

    2008

    Nov 1-3

    East Japan

    Junior Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : 0.80 3A : -3.92
    2A :1.00
    2A+3T : 0.40

    2008

    Nov 23-24

     

    Japan Figure Skating

    Junior Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : -4.20 3A : -2.80
    2A+3T+2T : -1.20
    2A : 0.80

    2008

    Dec 25-27

    Japan Figure Skating

    (Senior) Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : -2.80 1A : 0.00
    2A+3T : 1.00
    2A : 1.00

    2009

    Feb 22-Mar 1

    World Junior Figure

    Skating Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : -1.96 3A< : -2.50
    2A+3T : -2.32
    2A : 0.80

    2009

    Mar 27-29

    North Japan Figure

    Skating Competition

    SP
    FS
    3A: 0.80 3A : 1.20
    2A+3T : 0.40
    2A : 0.60

     

     

    JUNIOR LEVEL 2009-2010

    Spoiler
    Date Competition Protocol SP FS

    2009

    Sep 9-12

    Junior GP Torun

    SP

    FS

    3A : 1.43 3A : 0.86
    3A+3T : 1.00
    1A : 0.00

    2009

    Oct 7-10

    Junior GP Croatias

    SP

    FS

    3A : 2.00 3A : 0.29
    3a<+SEQ : -2.50
    2A : 1.14

    2009

    Oct 30-Nov 1

    East Japan

    Junior Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : -1.96 3A : 1.80
    3A+3T : 1.00
    2A : -2.50

    2009

    Nov 21- 23

    Japan Figure Skating

    Junior Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : 2.00 3A : -2.80
    3a+SEQ : -4.20
    2A : 1.00

    2009

    Dec 2-6

    Junior Grand Prix Final

    SP

    FS

    3A : 0.40 3A : 0.60
    3a+SEQ : -4.20
    2A : 1.00

    2009

    Dec 25-27

    All Japan (Senior)

    Figure Skating Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A< : -2.50 3A : 1.60
    3A+2T+2T : 1.80
    2A : 2.60

    2010

    Mar 9-13

    World Junior Figure

    Skating Championships

    SP

    FS

    3A : 1.60 3A : 2.00
    3A+2T : 1.00
    2A : 1.40

     

     

    Interesting notes:

    1. He did 2F+2A+SEQ as a novice /LOL/

    2. First (that we know) 3A tried in competition at the 2008 Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional FS Championship at 13yo (UR)

    3. First  ratified 3A with + GOE in a national competition at the 2008 East Japan Junior Championships at 13yo

    ... and in true Yuzu fashion, wasn't able to land a clean 3A after that for a while.

    4. First  ratified 3A with + GOE in an international competition at the 2009 Junior GP Torun at 14yo

    4. First  3A+3T with + GOE in an international competition at the 2009 Junior GP Torun at 14yo

     

     


  3. One foot
    General Yuzuru Chat

    So, on slightly different topics: today, reading some of your post about the time between Yuzuru jumps in SEIMEI, plus all the question of one foot skating, I made some calculations of the timing of this program in the last COR.

     

    This is the result:

    In.Step. Seq.: 20.5 sec.

    1st jump (4Lutz: 2.80 sec.) + 22 sec. ca > 2nd jump (3 Loop: 2.10) + 8.30 sec. >  3rd jump (3Flip: 2.50 sec.)

    1st Comb. Spin (FCCOSp4): 23 sec.

    Step Seq (StSq3).: 50 sec. + transit. 16 sec.

    4th jump (4 salchow: 2.40 sec.) + 17.50 sec. > 5th jump (pop 2T: 1.50 sec.) + 16 sec. > 6th jump (combination 4T+3T: 4 sec.) + 3.50 sec. > 7th jump (3Axel+ 2T: 2.90 sec.) + 5.50 > 8th jump (3Axel: 2.40 sec.)

    2nd Comb. Spin (FCSSp4): 13.80 sec.

    Choreo Sequence (ChSq1): 33.40 sec.

    3rd Comb. Spin (CCOSp4): 17.50 sec.

     

    More in general:

    One foot skating in step and choreo sequences + various transition elements): almost 58.40/59.00 sec.

    Jump time (obviously, beginning and landing on one foot): almost 20.60/21.00 sec.

    Spinning time on one foot: 54.30 sec.

    Total: almost 2.22/23 minutes on one foot, i.e. half of the time of the program (= 4.44 min. based on the rough calculation above)

    To note: the timing in the jumps and between some of them, especially the last axels

     

    Edit: P.S. Some difficoult transitions or coreographic movements on two feet, such as the ina bauer or the spread eagles and so forth, are not included in the last calculations, but one can not forget them thinking about the complexity and the difficulty of this program.


  4. One foot
    General Yuzuru Chat

    I have roughly counted also the time of the one foot skating in the step and choreo sequences + various transition elements of some other skaters in the FS showed in the competions of this season held until now.

     

    Here you are:

    Javier Fernandez, FS: Man of la Mancha (Don Qixote) – AC 2017 >
    One foot skating in step and choreo sequences + various transition elements: almost 53/53.50 sec.


    Nathan Chen FS:  Mao’s last dancer/Rite of Spring – COR 2017 >
    One foot skating in step and choreo sequences + various transition elements: almost 38.50/39 sec.


    Shoma Uno FS: Turandot – SC 2017 >
    One foot skating in step and choreo sequences + various transition elements: almost 36.30/37 sec.

     

    To note: Javier has more one foot skating in the transition elements troughout all the program, plus step seq. and choreo seq., while Nathan and Shoma have one foot skating more concentrated in the sequences. Nathan has little bit more complex/more time one foot skated sequences than Shoma .

     

    Edit: I calculated again the timing for Nathan for each part of the program (see my next post) and his one foot time skating in total is around 38.50/39 sec. Then I calculated again the timing for Shoma and it's something more also for him (his movements one foot are so tiny and quick that I had to observe a lot of time and also in slomo) : so I corrected my previous version of this post.

    I will see with also the timing in different competions, just out of curiosity.


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