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  1. It's sad - every cancellation is sad - but I understand why. Some domestic sporting events have been allowed here, under strict condition and and of course crowdless, but we are in such a different position risk-wise.
  2. Maybe some of the competitions could try what the NRL here did (they have just started crowdless competitions), and fans can pay a small amount for a life-size cutout of their photo to be put in a seat. Sure there were pranks (some folk bought 'seast' for their pets, and there were a couple of not so nice ones with pictures of criminals - and Dominic Cummings - but for the most part it was popular and they appear to be going to keep it.
  3. It's extremely unfair on poor starved fans, our wallets are taking a pounding. Would anyone but Yuzu be worth it?
  4. Umm... let me get this right, you buy a clear file and you get the bedding free? I mean, I adore the man but that sounds....
  5. True, but we can all weep for what is lost, and hope it is found again soon.... And that he doesn't give his students - or friends and yes Yuzu do mean you - any ideas.
  6. At least I can rewatch. And NOT miss Yuzu when he comes up!
  7. I missed most of it? The men and the pairs are more my thing, but I wanted to see Gracie, I have a soft spot for her. And Satoko of course.
  8. That haircut... looks a bit better than the recent photo, maybe growing out? but still Not Good.
  9. Thanks to Fay's post, I spent the whole morning messing with that wiki stats thing, and came up with some recent totals. I don't know how to cut for length, if it's a nuisance can someone help me? Wikipedia hits since 1/1/2019 for all the skaters I thought to check who were over 400,000 (note this is just their specific page, no linked ones) Yuzuru Hanyu - 2,455,145 (ja 1,215,346; eng 614,746; zh 227,196; ru 150,796) Alina Zagitova - 1,769,588 (ru 801,591; ja 453,508; en 349,314; de 29,181) Nathan Chen - 1,296,431 (ja 752,254; en 418,990; zh 46,171; ru 38,286) Evgenia Medvedeva - 1,214,063 (ru 488,879; en 345,715; ja 249,657; es 25,595) Marin Honda - 776,768 (ja 715,439; en 38,279; zh 11,414; ru 4,781) Rika Kihara - 898,447 (ja 703,803; en 114,519; ru 50,942; zh 17,062) Alexandra Trusova - 807,686 (ru 299,427; en 239,767; 182,235; de 18,223) Shoma Uno - 632,297 (ja 432,513; en 126,583; ru 29,994; zh 19,009) Alena Kostornaia - 625,969 (ru 238,247; en 184,958; ja 166,072; de 7,587) Anna Shcherbakova - 502,197 (ru 169,865; en 167,532; ja 119,703; zh 16,372) Alysa Liu - 430,132 (en 378,961; zh 17,349; ru 15,851; ja 15,659) Elizaveta Tuktamysheva - 419,661 (ru 214,202; ja 102,442; en 83,265; es 3,561) To give an idea of how current and older stack up Evgeni Plushenko - 799,642 (ru 316,127; en 152,557; ja 150,500; it 37,913) Mao Asada - 772,316 (ja 601,238; en 94,291; zh 23,082; ru 21,646) Yuna Kim - 678,114 (en 293,622; ja 123,467; ko 91,383; ru 50,983) Michelle Kwan - 654,794 (en 533,828, ja 37,786; zh 20,931; ru 18,096) Tessa Virtue - 591,063 (en 418,074; ru 27,429; fr 24,802; ja 24,113) Javier Fernandez - 442,306 (es 149,538; en 112,372; ja 66,959; ru 53,809) Daisuke Takahashi - 393,975 (ja 319,584; en 37,179; ru 24,060; zh 4,589) Wikipedia hits since 1/1/2020 for the same current skaters Yuzuru Hanyu - 649,846 or 4304 per day (ja 283,284; en 174,956; zh 73,554; ru 37,314) Alina Zagitova - 316,755 or 2098 per day (ru 132,519; en 77,923; ja 59,850; de 8,759) Evgenia Medvedeva - 229,982 or 1523 per day (ru 81,743; en 74,957; ja 37,273; es 7,158) Nathan Chen - 201,287 or 1333 per day (en 107,782; ja 60,998; zh 11,369; ru 10,923) Marin Honda - 199,100 or 1319 per day (ja 184,267; en 8,913; zh 3,799; ru 887) Alexandra Trusova - 186,603 or 1236 per day (ru 64,668; en 63,880; ja 26,275; de 7,216) Alena Kostornaia - 162,414 or 1076 per day (ru 63,404; en 57,168; ja 24,946; de 3,693) Rika Kihira - 145,108 or 961 per day (ja 101,389; en 24,627; ru 9,141; zh 6,816) Shoma Uno - 119,280 or 790 per day (ja 77,631; en 26,711; zh 4,705; ru 4,143) Anna Shcherbakova - 116,009 or 768 per day (en 42,647; ru 40,022; ja 17,995; zh 4,610) Elizaveta Tuktamysheva - 62,777 or 416 per day (ru 31,945; ja 14,825; en 11,251; es 878)
  10. That was lovely, and it sounds like he has such warm and great memories of Yuzuru. I especially liked We all agree about the emotions
  11. Speaking of the endorsements... given the current situation, what might we get?
  12. I wonder if Yuzu knows the effect PPOS made and still makes on his audience's and fans' less than angelic minds? (Part of me wonders if he knows about the PPOS label...)
  13. Normally at this time of year, he's in Japan anyway with the ice shows (at least Yuzu won't be too badly hurt financially by losing those fees, even though I would bet he is highest paid. Some of the others I do think will really feel the loss of the fees as well as the joy of performing)
  14. Hey, Yuzu's number exceeded many of the streams over the last year or so of competitions that were live but Yuzu-less Partly, I know, because people are desperately missing both him and skating in general, but still...
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