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  1. More gdrive
    General Yuzuru Chat

     


  2. Translations two presscons
    General Yuzuru Chat

    Some translations of Yuzu's PressCons.

     

    ANA PressCon translated by nanoka12

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    Press conference of Japanese Olympic medalists upon arrival in Japan translated by yuzusorbet

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  3. TAT commentary sp fs
    General Yuzuru Chat

    @meoima

    I uploaded SP and FS from channel 1 with TAT and Grishin comments

    https://mega.nz/#F!eTJ1SbLa!yxRUHfieusCnWThe7iQ0tQ

    SP is with warm-up, during FS warm-up there was partly an ad break

    @nagini already made SP comments translation but I also did mine anyway so will post too

    @kaeryth feel free to move links to the media thread

     

    SP comments TAT & A. Grishin

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    0:28

    Grishin: Here he is... practically a Japanese God, oh, yeah, Yuzuru Hanyu, 2014 Olympic champion

    3:00

    G: It's very interesting to see in what from Yuzuru Hanyu is cuz at one practice on the practice rink a couple of days ago, on the first days after his arrival all the press at the rink were waiting for Yuzuru. So during 35 minutes long practice session he didn't attempt any jumps, now during warm-up he attempted one of his most spectacular jumps - 3A but made only 1A, seems like even if his injury is cured, it's not to the 100%. That's what they are saying, but I don't have a clue in what form Hanyu is. When he is at his best it's a real treat. And there it is, clean 3A, everything's OK.

    TAT: So the leg was in pain and now it isn't?

    G: No, no.

    TAT: It's the head that was in pain.

    G: The man just can get it together.

    TAT: Now we'll see. I'm cheering for him, I'm his fan.

     

    8:12

    TAT: After such injury to go straight to the Olympics without any competition, it's very hard.

    G: Hundreds even if not thousands of Japanese flags go up in the air. On the ice is the 2014 Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu and his great programme to the piercing music of Ballad №1 by Frederic Chopin.

    TAT: My favorite.

    G: Hanyu returned to his two old programmes.

     

    TAT (after 4T+3T): Hop, hop! Bravo!... Ahh, golden boy (meaning as wonderful boy)

     

    TAT (after performance): Standing ovation.

    G: Will there be a new WR? There's Hanyu and there's everybody else, that's something unbelievable, outstanding, not enough words to describe. Yuzuru Hanyu went out...

    TAT: He and the music are one. How I love the talent, everybody loves him. Talent gives happiness to people, gives a chance to thousands, millions people to live and adore and create. Thank you, sweet boy that you recovered, that you're again in the game. Nobody is interested if you are in pain or not, you're here and performed great for yourself. Thank you.

    G: Ooooh, what's going on near the boards, the fans that can't throw away their yellow poohs on the ice, throw them behind the boards. Such a pile of yellow bears was never seen before.

    TAT: Thousands! Thousands!

    G: Thousands, really, that's crazy.

    TAT: Need to go to him to bring...

    G:... a bag! Yellow bear in a bag - a new dish [meaning like boiled egg = a pun]. Hanyu was amazing. The man that's devoted to his job. Went out there and did everything.

    TAT: How he feels the music. All coincided in him: his thin frame and inner subtle, great inner strength of this Japanese man. I always say that to win you must be a little bit of a Japanese. There's a little bit.... [at the combo replay] but it's in a favor of an athlete.

    G: You bet in favor of Hanyu.

    TAT: Such a beautiful skating, there's such a breathing in this skating, such inner strength... [in fondly and proud voice] like Aliev's today.

    G: It's a pleasure to here such a praise.

    TAT: Honestly, honestly!

    TAT [finishing pose replay]: There's all, nothing more, nothing less!

    G: What can you say here. That's one more masterpiece from the greatest skater, maybe the greatest of all time. I'm afraid to throw away such phrases, but he's cool.

    TAT: You know, what a nature had given to him...

    G: Fantastic, 111. No, that's not a new WR, but it speaks nothing less about this achievement.

    TAT: You understand that he didn't jump Lz, didn't jump Lo, but what he did jump was brilliant. What he did jump he rotated like... turbine.

     

    TAT [after video ends and Nathan Chen is on the ice]: And of course many thanks to his coach, who believes in him and loves him so much. How can you not love him?

     

    I must add TAT adores Shoma too (she said "brilliantly/genius" after his SP, also added he has flip, but Yuzuru beats him in quality. Called Yuzu a "celestial")

     

    FS comments TAT & A. Grishin

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    Grishin: Unbelievable excitement is going at the stands now. At Olympic Games it's time of Yuzuru Hanyu's FS, Olympic Champion of 2014.

     

    TAT: Salchow

    TAT: Toe loop

    TAT: Salchow, toe loop

    TAT: Toe loop

    TAT [3Lz]: Hold on!

    TAT [ending pose]: Bravo. Bravo! Two unclean landings. Sublime programme. There's not even a second of a doubt in this programme, 4 quads, 2 x 3A [TAT's mistake - there was one 3A], one in combo. Stunning. Those spread eagles, this music. He came out there and he is strong inside, you're feeling it, his energy.

    G: Shaman.

    TAT: He also was like... like Dima as thin and raw, but now he matured. Even though he was injured, his leg was treated, he missed so much months. How he trained every day... being in bed.

    G: Literally a shaman...

    TAT: Of course

    G:...and it seems like a 2 time champ.

    TAT: He is unique because he is given a lot by nature, he has turnout, big steps, he has very good legs, knees, so harmonious. At some things others work years and unsuccessfully [means turnout]. So good in jumps, has big jumps since childhood, was in good hands. They [meaning Japan] also have coaches but he found the person... his Federation found a person that from his abilities and the coach's knowledge he makes those victories. [3Lz replay] He didn't fell, he almost didn't touch [the ice] cuz he is trained not to, trained not to touch [the ice] or touch but not to fall, cuz at every practice you have a goal. [final pose replay] There he is, easily! Almost "tore a stomach" [not literally] while skating.

    G: The official mascot of this Games at this ice arena now is yellow bear from a famous cartoon.

    G [at the scores]: Unreachable.

    TAT: Sweetheart, he is shaking, awwww.

    G: The scores of the 2 time Olympic gold medalist. History, history is here.

    TAT: European champion now to skate, our European guy, the man we also adore. But he is not the same.

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    TAT was also phrasing Javi's skate a lot (in the end added that Tracy worked very well with him). Trankov said that Javi won 2 WC titles over Hanyu who is an alien, a figure skating God.

     

    [after Shoma's score]

    TAT: I'm glad! Cuz he will stay! He will stay like a leader. He will not retire, he will stay to fight till next Olympics and we will watch him. Congratulations, sweet child. Congratulations, 2 time winner. Good boy. And Shoma Uno also is a genius, he couldn't score higher today cuz he fell hard...[next is not Yuzu-relatable].

     


  4. badge
    General Yuzuru Chat

    Did you guys want a badge? I made a badge (sorry for the quality! I'm at work and it's hard to crop out Yuzu with a crappy mouse)

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  5. 3A
    General Yuzuru Chat

    Just dropping by to help I think @WinForPooh and anybody else drying out in wait for new Yuzuru axels- this vid starts with almost half a minute of Axels from across different competition programs of Yuzu. You're welcome.

     


  6. H&L
    General Yuzuru Chat

    Here's Hope & Legacy at Worlds'17 with different camera angles... in this, you can clearly see at the end when he raises his hand and declares himself as number one. May we see this again at the Olympics.

     

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  7. The Axel table
    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

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    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

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    FS

    2A+3T : 0.40

     

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

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    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

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    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

     

     


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