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

  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
     
    FS comments TAT & A. Grishin
     

  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)
     

  5. seimei rt 2
    [2018] Olympic Games (09-25.02) - Practice, Fluff & all the In-betweens

  6. semei rt 1
    [2018] Olympic Games (09-25.02) - Practice, Fluff & all the In-betweens

  7. 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.
     

  8. 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.
     
     

  9. 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
    -----
    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)
     
    JUNIOR LEVEL 2009-2010
     
    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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