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Here are the past events that happened sometime around July I could think of now. If there is anything usable, please use it. Feel free to omit any of them or to rewrite the descriptions to use it on twitter.

 

2013 6/30 Yuzuru Hanyu landed 4T+3A+3A sequence for the first time in the finale of Dreams on Ice 2013 in Yokohama No image
2013 7/1 ANA announced that they had signed the contract of affiliation with Yuzuru Hanyu.
https://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/07/01/jpeg/G20130701006129200_view.jpg
2014 7/5 Yuzuru Hanyu collaborated with Sarah Alainn in Fantasy on Ice 2014 in Toyama and performed Final Time Traveler for the first time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktu_jtL7KBw
2013 7/7 Yuzuru Hanyu landed 4T+3A+3A+3A+1A sequence for the first time in the finale of Fantasy on Ice 2013 in Fukuoka No image
2019 7/9 Kakuda city revitalization team shared an aerial video of the tambo art (rice paddy art) depicted Yuzuru. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bzse9QfhnDt/
2015 7/10 Yuzuru Hanyu visited Nagaoka to take part in Figure Skate Aore Nagaoka and met the mayor of Nagaoka with other casts. http://tamionet.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/20150710skater-21.jpg
2015 7/12 Yuzuru Hanyu took part in Figure Skate Aore Nagaoka and performed SEIMEI and Requiem of Heaven and Earth and concluded his show tour in the summer of 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Je8E1wiuc
2012 8/10 Yuzuru Hanyu took part in 23rd Annual Mariposa Charity Figure Skating Gala. https://barrie.snapd.com/events/view/434268
2015 8/22 Yuzuru Hanyu performed Hana ni nare with a choir from Minami Soma for 24h TV inviting people he met in Fukushima. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x32n6l5
2015 8/28 Yuzuru Hanyu appeared in an NHK morning show Asaichi. https://i.imgur.com/FWQntbC.jpg
2013 8/30 Yuzuru Hanyu opened his practice session to the media in Sendai and revealed his FS for his first Olympic season "Romeo and Juliet" by Nino Rota. https://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/08/30/jpeg/G20130830006514840_view.jpg
2016 9/13 Yuzuru Hanyu opened his practice session to the media in Toronto Cricket Club and revealed his programs for the 2016-2017 season "Let's Go Crazy" and "Hope and Legacy." https://www.sankei.com/photo/images/news/160914/sty1609140007-p1.jpg

 

*By the way, Requiem's debut was actually on June 26 in Fantasy on Ice 2015 in Kanazawa, so the description for July 4 may need a little tweak.

https://sportiva.shueisha.co.jp/contents/photo/2015/06/29/post_131/index_3.php

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8 minutes ago, sweetwater said:

@yuzuangel

Here are the past events that happened sometime around July I could think of now. If there is anything usable, please use it. Feel free to omit any of them or to rewrite the descriptions to use it on twitter.

 

2013 6/30 Yuzuru Hanyu landed 4T+3A+3A sequence for the first time in the finale of Dreams on Ice 2013 in Yokohama No image
2013 7/1 ANA announced that they had signed the contract of affiliation with Yuzuru Hanyu.
https://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/07/01/jpeg/G20130701006129200_view.jpg
2014 7/5 Yuzuru Hanyu collaborated with Sarah Alainn in Fantasy on Ice 2014 in Toyama and performed Final Time Traveler for the first time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktu_jtL7KBw
2013 7/7 Yuzuru Hanyu landed 4T+3A+3A+3A+1A sequence for the first time in the finale of Fantasy on Ice 2013 in Fukuoka No image
2019 7/9 Kakuda city revitalization team shared an aerial video of the tambo art (rice paddy art) depicted Yuzuru. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bzse9QfhnDt/
2015 7/10 Yuzuru Hanyu visited Nagaoka to take part in Figure Skate Aore Nagaoka and met the mayor of Nagaoka with other casts. http://tamionet.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/20150710skater-21.jpg
2015 7/12 Yuzuru Hanyu took part in Figure Skate Aore Nagaoka and performed SEIMEI and Requiem of Heaven and Earth and concluded his show tour in the summer of 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Je8E1wiuc
2012 8/10 Yuzuru Hanyu took part in 23rd Annual Mariposa Charity Figure Skating Gala. https://barrie.snapd.com/events/view/434268
2015 8/22 Yuzuru Hanyu performed Hana ni nare with a choir from Minami Soma for 24h TV inviting people he met in Fukushima. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x32n6l5
2015 8/28 Yuzuru Hanyu appeared in an NHK morning show Asaichi. https://i.imgur.com/FWQntbC.jpg
2013 8/30 Yuzuru Hanyu opened his practice session to the media in Sendai and revealed his FS for his first Olympic season "Romeo and Juliet" by Nino Rota. https://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/08/30/jpeg/G20130830006514840_view.jpg
2016 9/13 Yuzuru Hanyu opened his practice session to the media in Toronto Cricket Club and revealed his programs for the 2016-2017 season "Let's Go Crazy" and "Hope and Legacy." https://www.sankei.com/photo/images/news/160914/sty1609140007-p1.jpg

 

*By the way, Requiem's debut was actually on June 26 in Fantasy on Ice 2015 in Kanazawa, so the description for July 4 may need a little tweak.

https://sportiva.shueisha.co.jp/contents/photo/2015/06/29/post_131/index_3.php

Wow, these are great! I'll probably use most of them! Thanks!! :loveshower:

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On 6/28/2020 at 6:45 AM, SitTwizzle said:

Here's his struggle to get these 3A :

 

@sweetwater , could this 4T + 3A + 3A + 3A sequence be this one?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynbiujIygL4

Is suppose not, as there is no single Axel at the end?

 

That's the one he did in the same venue, but 5months later, at GPF2013, during the finale of the gala.  That's the jump he did in World Figure Skating Championship 2014 Osaka Exhibition. Unfortunately, the 4T+3A+3A+3A+1A in FaOI wasn't filmed. But you can find fans' reports on twitter if you search by ”4T-3A-3A-3A-1A. ”
It was exciting and scary at the same time to know his 4T+3A+ series evolved in a week because he was severely injured in March and didn't look fully recovered at the beginning of June...

 

ETA (7/2/2020): I'm sorry. I realized that I overlooked the other video (the one from youtube) and also shared the wrong info about his jump in GPF2013 Gala. The jump sequence he did there was 4T+3A+3A, the same as the one he did in DOI2013.

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2 hours ago, SitTwizzle said:

@yuzuangel @Sombreuil & @Lunna

Sorry, I went to the site and read the closure notice, in fact the only orders they don't take anymore are Kimonotte (new, synthetic) made-to-order items.

All other items are available (and mostly on sale) until the end of July.

In saying this I am afraid of advertising for a private company, but at the same time I had written wrong information and I thought I had to rectify it.

By the way, I had sent them a link to page 5784 of General Yuzuru Chat and their reply was very kind.

I really hope they survive the fallout from this pandemic. 🙏🏻

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36 minutes ago, Sombreuil said:

I really hope they survive the fallout from this pandemic. 🙏🏻

Nope, they are going out of business :(

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Random but I was scrolling through this Yuzu fan account on instagram (@/yuzu_yuzuru) and realised that Sergei Rozanov liked several posts from the 2018 Olympics days... wonder if he’s a Yuzu fan too 😯

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So I’ve been going through Twitter and Reddit and I see loads of posts saying people should “Support all skaters equally” and I don’t really understand this. Is this something unique to the sport of skating? I’m a pretty big cricket fan and it’s unthinkable for an Indian to say we should cheer Pakistan too xD (although that’s probably the nationalist aspect coming through)

Just wanted to know your thoughts!

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33 minutes ago, peach-blossom said:

So I’ve been going through Twitter and Reddit and I see loads of posts saying people should “Support all skaters equally” and I don’t really understand this. Is this something unique to the sport of skating? I’m a pretty big cricket fan and it’s unthinkable for an Indian to say we should cheer Pakistan too xD (although that’s probably the nationalist aspect coming through)

Just wanted to know your thoughts!

I've been watching many many sports since i was 4,and it's unthinkable in any sport to demand such a thing,i always roll my eyes out of my head when i hear it. The only explanation I have for this nonsense is that the ppl who say such things don't see fs as a sport or they've never watched any other sport and therefore have no understanding what a sport is. And beyond the nationalistic aspect, even at club level,imagine going to a supporter of one football team and tell them to support their rival teams...lol you will literally get punched in the face.

And even if you don't know how sport works,this thing still reeks of bullshit, no one gets to dictate on what/who a person chooses to spend time,money and energy for,like who the hell do some think they are to ask ppl that These "support all skaters equally" ppl should take several seats and stop talking bc frankly they're embarrassing themselves.

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Amazing how much work went into the costume!!

Regarding the “support all skaters equally” topic, I think there are people who do so, but I don’t think all figure skating fans should be obliged to do the same - after all this is sport and everyone will have their favourites!

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Missed the 2019 FaOI party due to a headache, but the TV looks awesome! Must be nice to be able to chat using familiar emojis and without logging in another site :11135030:

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2小時前, peach-blossom說:

So I’ve been going through Twitter and Reddit and I see loads of posts saying people should “Support all skaters equally” and I don’t really understand this. Is this something unique to the sport of skating? I’m a pretty big cricket fan and it’s unthinkable for an Indian to say we should cheer Pakistan too xD (although that’s probably the nationalist aspect coming through)

Just wanted to know your thoughts!

 

It feels like they actually don't really care or don't have a particular favorite skater.

 

In men's, even though I do respect all the skaters and hope they would not have a disaster skate, but I am too emotionally invested in Yuzu to root for anyone else. In ladies', I have several favorites but don't care as much, so I support them quite equally. In pairs' and ice dance, I still watch but I care even less, so I support all skaters equally.

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1 hour ago, wildstrawberry said:

I've been watching many many sports since i was 4,and it's unthinkable in any sport to demand such a thing,i always roll my eyes out of my head when i hear it. The only explanation I have for this nonsense is that the ppl who say such things don't see fs as a sport or they've never watched any other sport and therefore have no understanding what a sport is. And beyond the nationalistic aspect, even at club level,imagine going to a supporter of one football team and tell them to support their rival teams...lol you will literally get punched in the face.

And even if you don't know how sport works,this thing still reeks of bullshit, no one gets to dictate on what/who a person chooses to spend time,money and energy for,like who the hell do some think they are to ask ppl that These "support all skaters equally" ppl should take several seats and stop talking bc frankly they're embarrassing themselves.

 

Yes, it's because many still don't see figure skating as a sport but rather as a form of art, or show, so they think it's respectful to support everyone because they give the audience entertainment. If you look at the history of skating,  I think it all stems from ice revues which very were very popular from the first half of the century for many decades and those people who went to such shows also thought of skating competitions as a form of entertainment, and not a competitive sport. The 6.0 system supported this way of thinking long decades. And nearly 20 years after ISU  introducted the Code of Points, this attitude is still there, sadly.

 

It is everyone's personal choice who they support or who they don't want to support, it's fine if someone supports one skater, two, twenty or all of them XD It's the fan's money, precious free time and energy after all.

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I don’t support all skaters - to  have no preferences at all seems weirdly detached to me.  Even in performance arts I have preferences.  When new skaters emerge I watch and form opinions -  I prefer Boyang Jin to Nathan Chen because his jumps are more exciting:-  initially I was impressed with Kevin Aymoz, but quickly came to realise that I preferred Roman Sadovsky’s more elegant polished style:- I love Satoko’s stylishness despite her jumps, but when Kaori came along I really loved her quite different style, and enjoy both of them more than Rika tbh.  To like all of them without preferences appears to be detached and not really invested at all in the sport - bit like me watching football.

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