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  1. Planet Hanyu Staff

    General Yuzuru Chat

    羽生 結弦 (Hiragana: はにゅう ゆづる Romaji: Hanyuu Yuzuru) Yuzuru Hanyu is the 2014 and 2018 Olympic champion, 2014 and 2017 World champion, the 2013–2016 GPF champion, the 2015–2016 and 2019 World silver medalist, a three-time Four Continents silver medalist (2011, 2013, 2017), the 2010 World Junior champion, the 2009–2010 Junior GPF champion, and the 2012-2015 Japanese national champion. He has broken 18 world records in his career. He was the first man to reach the 100-point barrier in the short program, the 200-point barrier in the free skate, and the 300-point barrier in the combined total. He holds the historical world records for the short program (112.72- 2017 SCACI), long program (223.20 - 2017 Worlds), and combined total (330.43 - 2015 GPF). He holds the current world record for the short program (110.53-2018 Rostelecom Cup). Yuzuru Hanyu was the youngest man to win an Olympic title since 1948, the first man to win back to back Olympic gold medals since 1952 and broke the record for the largest margin between first and second place (37.48 points) at the 2015 GPF. He is also the first man to land a quadruple loop in competition (2016 Autumn Classic) as well as on the Grand Prix circuit (2016 NHK Trophy). COMPETITION RESULTS *please click on the competition score for protocol details, click on the placement of performance video link Season 2017-18 JSF profile / ISU bio / Olympic profile Competition SP FS Total XXIII Olympic Winter Games 111.68 (1) 206.17 (2) 317.85 (1) 2017 GP NHK Trophy WD WD WD 2017 GP Rostelecom Cup 94.85 (2) 195.92 ( 1) 290.77 (2) 2017 SCACI 112.72 (1) 155.52 (5) 268.24 (2) Season 2016-17 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2017 World Team Trophy 83.51 (x) 200.49 (x) N/A 2017 World Championships 98.39 (x) 223.20 (x) 321.59 (1) 2017 Four Continents Championships 97.04 (x) 206.67 (x) 303.71 (2) 2016 Grand Prix Final 106.53 (x) 187.37 (x) 293.90 (1) 2016 GP NHK Trophy 103.89 (x) 197.58 (x) 301.47 (1) 2016 GP Skate Canada 79.65 (4) 183.41 (x) 263.06 (2) 2016 SCACI 88.30 (x) 172.27 (x) 260.57 (1) Season 2015-16 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2016 World Championships 110.56 (x) 184.61 (x) 295.17 (2) 2015 Japan National Championships 102.63 (1) 183.73 (x) 286.36 (1) 2015 Grand Prix Final 110.95 ( ) 219.48 (x) 330.43 (1) 2015 GP NHK Trophy 106.33 (x) 216.07 (x) 322.40 (1) 2015 GP Skate Canada 73.25 (x) 186.29 (x) 259.54 (2) 2015 SCACI 93.14 (x) 184.05 (x) 277.19 (1) Season 2014-15 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2015 World Team Trophy 96.27 (x) 192.31 (x) N/A 2015 World Championships 95.20 (1) 175.88 (3) 271.08 (2) 2014 Japan National Championships 94.36 (1) 192.50 (1) 286.86 (1) 2014 Grand Prix Final 94.08 (1) 194.08 (1) 288.16 (1) 2014 GP NHK Trophy 78.01 (x) 151.79 (x) 229.80 (4) 2014 GP Cup of China 82.95 (x) 154.60 (x) 237.55 (2) Season 2013-14 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2014 World Championships 91.24 (x) 191.35 (x) 282.59 (1) 2014 Winter Olympics 101.45 (x) 178.64 (x) 280.09 (1) 2014 Winter Olympics (team event) 97.98 (x) N/A N/A 2013 Japan National Championships 103.10 (x) 194.70 (x) 297.80 (1) 2013 Grand Prix Final 99.84 (x) 193.41 (x) 293.25 (1) 2013 GP Trophee Eric Bompard 95.37 (x) 168.22 (x) 263.59 (2) 2013 GP Skate Canada 80.40 (x) 154.40 (x) 234.80 (2) 2013 Finlandia Trophy 84.66 (x) 180.93 (x) 265.59 (1) Season 2012-13 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2013 World Championships 75.94 (x) 169.05 (x) 244.99 (4) 2013 Four Continents Championships 87.65 (x) 158.73 (x) 246.38 (2) 2012 Japan National Championships 97.68 (x) 187.55 (x) 285.23 (1) 2012 Grand Prix Final 87.17 (x) 177.12 (x) 264.29 (2) 2012 GP NHK Trophy 95.32 (x) 165.71 (x) 261.03 (1) 2012 GP Skate America 95.07 (x) 148.67 (x) 243.74 (2) 2012 Finlandia Trophy 75.57 (x) 172.56 (x) 248.13 (1) Season 2011-12 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2012 World Championships 77.07 (x) 173.99 (x) 251.06 (3) 2011 Japan National Championships 74.32 (x) 167.59 (1) 241.91 (3) 2011 Grand Prix Final 79.33 (x) 166.49 (x) 245.82 (4) 2011 GP Rostelecom Cup 82.78 (x) 158.88 (x) 241.66 (1) 2011 GP Cup of China 81.37 (x) 145.16 (x) 226.53 (4) 2011 Tohoku-Hokkaido Regional 88.06 (1) 150.77 (1) 238.83 (1) 2011 Nebelhorn Trophy 75.26 (x) 151.00 (x) 226.26 (1) Season 2010-11 JSF profile / ISU bio Competition SP FS Total 2011 Four Continents Championships 76.43 (x) 151.58 (x) 228.01 (2) 2011 Japan National Championships 78.94 (2) 141.12 (x) 220.06 (4) 2010 GP Cup of Russia 70.24 (6) 132.42 (x) 202.66 (7) 2010 Eastern Japan Sectional 77.25 (1) 163.47 (1) 240.72 (1) 2010 GP NHK Trophy 69.31 (5) 138.41 (4) 207.72 (4) Novice and Junior Competitions Bio by: yuzuangel Competition Results by: dasani REMINDER This thread is for everything and all things Yuzuru Hanyu! Please keep things at least tangentially related to Yuzuru. If you would like to talk about other skaters, feel free to do so in Igloo World. Posts about general skating or multiple skaters go into Knickknacks. And anything else goes in Space Junk! Feel free to start new threads any time. Thank you for keeping our planet organized
  2. Alia Jackson

    Fanart

    Share yours and others creation :-) Please put the proper credit including the original source link. Thanks :pbow:
  3. Since the general thread is moving like it's on steroids (which is fabulous, do carry on please, no doping tests present here), it is easy to get all the skating talk lost, including any and all information that we might receive, that others may want to catch up on quickly. So. Skating talk only please. -Layout talk -Practices talk -Competition discussion -you get the drift and I'm lazy. Skating info only please. Current status as of 01.06.2017 - currently back in Toronto - will attend all FaOI shows - 2017/18 SP - Chopin 3.0 - 2017/18 FS - SEIMEI 2.0 (I will update the bare bones of this as things move, otherwise go dig)
  4. Since we're all feeling, to put it mildly, a bit shell-shocked after Yuzu's rollercoaster Rostelecom experience, and to take our minds off just how very upsetting it is that he's injured yet again, I thought it might be nice to take some time and think about all the things Yuzu has been the catalyst for in our lives, and share them here. Being his fan has taken satellites around the world and sparked friendships we would never have had otherwise, for example. So, what's your 'Without Yuzu, I'd Never Have..' thing? It can be silly or serious or sweet or surprising, or all 4. Whatever you feel like sharing. I'll go first: Without Yuzu, I'd never have learned to recognize the Japanese national anthem from the first three notes.
  5. Hydroblade

    Translation Requests

    Hello! This thread is request translations for tweets, articles, videos and other stuff that you might find Provide a link, video, or clear photo or scan of the source and remember that translators do this for free! Thank you
  6. robin

    Yuzuru News and Updates

    The purpose of this thread is to collect important news and media updates related to Yuzuru Hanyu that are posted in the General Yuzuru Chat (and sometimes on various Event threads) starting with August 2017. This will help in making it easier to catch up with Yuzuru news and the (hands down) busiest thread of Planet Hanyu. We want to keep things organized so only assigned Administrators and Members will update this thread.
  7. sallycinnamon

    Interview with Edvin Marton

    Hi everyone, recently I had the fortune to talk to Edvin Marton, the composer of 'Art on Ice' and 'Magic Stradivarius', the two songs of Origin. He kindly answered my questions about the creation of these songs (well, mainly about 'Art on Ice'), his friendship with Plushenko, Kings on Ice & ice shows, and then I asked some questions about Yuzu, too. He was there at last year's Rostelecom Cup to cheer for Yuzu and that was also the first time they met. He talked about Yuzu very nicely and there was a warmth in his voice, I don't even know how many times he mentioned that Yuzu was fantasic and that he is a genius. I hope you'll all enjoy this short interview cr [x] * * * Q: Evgeni Plushenko skated to your pieces of music, Art on Ice, Magic Stradivarius and King of the Forest for his Tribute to Nijinsky program in the 2003/2004 season. These songs were released on your second album, Strings ’N Beats. How did you compose them and why were these songs chosen for the Nijinsky program? Edvin Marton: One of the organizers, Reto Caviezel, and the producer of the Art on Ice Show, Oliver Höner invited me to the show in 2003. Höner himself was a skater and he is the artistic director of the show. At that time, Art on Ice was the most spectacular show in Europe and Höner invited to me to write the opening for it. And then I wrote Art on Ice, which later was released on my second album as well. When I performed at the show, Plushenko also skated there, and we became friends after that. He told me that he liked my songs so he asked me to give him one of my albums. Art on Ice was in February, which was before the end of the figure skating season. Shortly after the season ended he contacted me that he’d like to skate to my songs the next season, and then this became the Tribute to Nijinsky program. Q: Did you help Plushenko with music editing? EM: Yes, first him and his team cut a version and they asked me to refine it. So, yes, in the end I helped him. Q: You’ve been friends with Evgeni for many years. Please, tell me a bit more about your friendship with him. EM: As I mentioned before we’ve been friends since his Tribute to Nijinsky program. I had been studying in Russia for 8 years so I can speak Russian very well too but at the end music brought us together and we started working together then. I’ve been working as a producer as well, and after a while, I started thinking about doing a new show. Art on Ice has a bigger budget and it is a more expensive show, so I talked to Ari Zakarian and Evgeni about the possibility of a new show which would be less expensive. Ari is a former skater himself, he has lots of experience, and he works as an agent in the world of figure skating, which means that without him it isn’t really possible to organize a show. So that's how we made Kings on Ice. Q: Plushenko ended his competitive career at the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi. Are you following the sport, and do you talk about figure skating with Evgeni? EM: Of course, I’m following it and we talk about it, too. We talk about it particularly when we organize a Kings on Ice show, because then we invite many skaters, and then I read about them, whether they’re still active or they’re already retired etc. Q: Yuzuru Hanyu won the Olympic gold medal in Sochi, and four years later, he became the first skater after 66 years who defended his Olympic gold medal. It is a huge achievement. After the Olympic Games, he decided to skate to Art on Ice and Magic Stradivarius in his free skate as a tribute to his favourite skater, Plushenko, and he named his program ’Origin’. How did you react about his music choices? EM: I was very happy about his decision. I think it is fantastic that such a genius like him chose my music and that he skates to these pieces. It made me feel really happy. Q: Did you help him editing the original tracks? EM: No, him and his team edited the music. They asked me to do it on their own and I said of course, they can do however they prefer to do it. There are musicians who don’t really like if any notes are changed in their songs, but I’m flexible when it comes to it. Let them soar and spread their wings! I give them freedom and to me, the most important is if they feel fine. In this sense, I don’t like restrictions. Q: Last year you were there at the Rostelecom Cup in the middle of November, when Yuzuru won the competition. EM: Yes, I was there in Moscow at the competition. I had a concert two weeks later, which I promoted in the television – I asked the TV to arrange it the same weekend as the competition so that I could go to the Grand Prix as well. Q: On the morning of the free skate, Yuzuru injured his ankle when he fell from a quadruple jump, and he only had a couple of hours to completely change the layout of the skate. Did you see him skate for the first time, and how did you like the program? EM: Yes, it was the first time seeing him skate live. Because of the injury, the situation at the competition was unusal, and it’s difficult to judge how he’d have skated without this, he’d have skated more effortlessly. He’s very professional and a genius but even for him this situation was really difficult. Q: After the competition you met him and did you talk to him, too? EM: Yes, we met after the competition and he invited me to Japan, to an ice show. Now everyone is focusing on the World Championships, but let’s see what happens after that – I’d like to go there if we can manage it. Ice shows in Japan are a bit different than for example, Russia or other shows in Europe. In Russia, there are the skaters of course but the focus is also on the musicians and sometimes there are other forms of arts, too, like ballet. In Japan the focus is more on skating. So it’d be nice to go there and play for Japanese audience. Q: Since the Rostelecom Cup Yuzuru couldn’t skate at any competition, but he’ll return at the World Championships soon. EM: I think he’ll be absolutely ready for the World Championships. [smiles] Q: Would you ever like to write a piece of music for one of Yuzuru’s programs if there was a request for it? EM: Yes, of course. Music is my life, and it is very important to me if I can write new music for skaters. Q: What are your plans for 2019? EM: My latest album was released not so long ago, it’s my first album that includes only my own songs. The arrangements and harmonies are different on this album which I like. I’ve just had a concert in St. Petersburg, and later this year I will have concerts in Bucharest, in Baku and then in Vienna with the Strauss orchestra in October. In December, we’re also going to have a Kings on Ice show in Cluj Napoca (Romania) with Evgeni and we’ll try to invite big skaters to the show. Q: Thank you very much for the interview! EM: Thank you. * * *
  8. boredjodyc

    Yuzu gif thread...?

    Hi everyone I'm new here and can't find a thread for posting my yuzu gifs... And thanks to encouragement from @SparkleSalad & @kaeryth, I'll spam my gifs here. As an idiom said in where I come from, ("throwing a brick out so as to invite jade in") I plan to repost some of my twitter gifs (I'm boredjdc on twitter) here and hope some master gif makers would add their creations! First, two gifs I haven't posted elsewhere before~ 1. NHK H&L ending always made one melt. Camera work was GOE +3. 2. Believe EX deserves more love. It's a crime that there're only two performances recorded??????? (I don't mind if my gifs are reposted with proper credit! I spent time on making gifs because I can't draw or edit well but I have to let out my love for Yuzu's skating via some creative activities lol Would be happy if people like them enough to share them :3)
  9. Hi everyone! You know the times when words fail to describe Yuzuru's skating, right? At that point, some creative commentators save us with their funny and interesting comments. This is a thread for those that you can't forget. I want to start this with my favourite Johnny Weir comments. Also feel free to add the ones you liked "It looked like water...suspended in soup." "... when he put forth what was the fourth highest score in a short program ever, you know who owns the top 3?" "Yuzuru Hanyu?" "He does." "agile like a freshly born kitten" "Liquid silk on ice."
  10. Bilge

    Hope and Legacy

    Since today is the anniversary of Yuzu winning his 2nd World title i wanted to start this thread Hope and Legacy a.k.a. the best free skate ever (until he skate a better one ) which he became the first and remains the only male skater in history to score above 220 points. Edit: Since yt deleted the legendary video with more than 3M views, here is the back up one
  11. I believe that fan made videos deserve a separate thread. This is my playlist 1) Yuzuru Hanyu - 羽生結弦 - Heart Of Courage by Duc Khung 2) Yuzuru Hanyu (Hall of Fame) by sylbester Yuzuru Hanyu (Hall of Fame) by 小小玟 3) 羽生結弦~YUDZ you rock! by Sugar Autumn 4) 羽生結弦~live hard die harder by Sugar Autumn
  12. Floria

    Daily Yuzuru Videos thread

    Post and discuss old and new videos Old but gold:
  13. Among us I have seen long-time fans that follow Yuzu since junior days, as well as new ones who joined the ride after the historical free skate at Helsinki. So it makes me curious: When did everyone discover our favorite guy? (To avoid confusion for the polling, I'd like to define "discovered" as "became a fan," instead of "heard of/saw him for the first time.") And for the "how" part, please comment to share your experience of falling for →! How did you come across him and his performances? What was the first program that you watched/that made you hooked? How did you find your way to the fan community?
  14. robin

    Planet Streaming Parties

    Let's bring them back to counter-act the withdrawal syndromes! Here a list of our previous party threads for those who are new to the planet and this concept: LWOFYPP (fave programs) 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 Exhibitions On this thread: Happy Sappy So we were thinking of doing a favorite prgrams streaming party first and then doing a few more season streaming parties in random order. (I am craving the 11/12 season personally!!) @cirelle suggested WR programs which I think could very well be incorporated in to a fave programs streaming party.
  15. cherry

    The Meme Thread

    This is a thread dedicated to our meme lord. "On Planet Hanyu, we don't use emoticons, we use Yuzuticons" Here's the meme album, feel free to use them here: I will update the album with more memes soon! Share yours! :s_drinks P.S. None of the images/gifs belong to me
  16. Hydroblade

    Daily Yuzuru Photos thread

    Post pics, discuss, gush over our Space Kitty :)
  17. Which US-President once called Katarina Witt a "fridge" after realizing that she is not interested in him? Ronald Reagan Bill Clinton Donald Trump Barrack Obama Who is the designer of a watch named "Spin Master"? Evgeni Plushenko Stephane Lambiel Evan Lysacek Daisuke Takahashi Which woman was once a vice world champion at a men's competition? Katarina Witt Madge Syers Trixi Schuba Alexandra Trusova Which car manufacturer is sponsoring Shoma Uno? Fiat BMW Toyota Honda Which figure skater was once accused of stealing a car? Yuzuru Hanyu Shoma Uno Boyang Jin Andrei Lutai Which world champion lost one of his his gold medals in a car theft? Elvis Stojko Brian Joubert Alexei Jagudin Todd Eldredge What was Tonya Harding doing on a professional level after her figure skating career? Bobsledding Boxing Bowling Biathlon Who became the employer of the former "Quad King" Timothy Goebel? Google Amazon Microsoft Apple Which comic character was impersonated by Philippe Candeloro at the WC of 1996? Asterix Obelix Lucky Luke Spirou Which movie from the early 80s showed Denise Biellmann as an actress? The Bushido Blade Piratensender Powerplay Excalibur Raiders of the Lost Ark What kind of pets are owned by Boyang Jin? Honey Bears White Tigers Verreaux's Sifakas Reptiles What were figure skating women required to wear in the early days? Hats Handbags Umbrellas Cones of shame Which World Champion wrote a book named "Morphologische Studien über Borkenkäfer"? Willy Böckl Gilbert Fuchs Fritz Kachler Jan Hoffmann Who was singing "Sag es mir"? Javier Fernandez Manfred Schnelldorfer Emmerich Danzer Yuzuru Hanyu What kind of beverage is advertised by Patrick Chan? Wheat Beer Raspberry Juice Lemonade Riesling What is Stephane Lambiel called by his fans? The Stallion Captain Zebra Chief Crazy Horse Donkey King What is Ivan Righini's nickname? Gypsy King The Duke Ivan the Terrible Allgäu Boy Which Non-European skater used to be an European Champion? Brian Orser Brian Boitano Jeffrey Buttle Dick Button
  18. Yuzuru has been nominated for Laureus World Comeback of the Year Award 2019. This thread is to comment on the broadcast of the award ceremony which takes place in Monaco on 18th February. Instructions for Streaming Official Live Stream on Facebook (Only Red Carpet Arrivals) HRT 2 (Croatian) Good quality Free ESPN 2 (Spanish) Good quality Free Youtube (Only Red Carpet Arrivals) Sky Sports Germany Good quality Requires VPN NBC More about the awards and nominees here and here.
  19. sallycinnamon

    [TV Broadcast] Laureus World Sports Awards 2019

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    This is a broadcast for Laureus World Sports Awards 2019. The discussion can be found here
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