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2 hours ago, rockstaryuzu said:

It's better to have numbers and pictures etc, but on the other hand it is so logical that it could be quite expected. (Even by a dummy like me who am so slow on fluid mechanics.)

Same for ventilators, and anything making air circulate without filtration. And while with past strains, airborne transmission was rather rare, the new variants having much more affinity with ACE2 receptor (2.5x more for the UK variant, and I have heard a scientist expecting 13.5 more in case this strain would acquire some South African or Brazilian mutation, I don't know if it is already the case with the UK + E484K variant), one can fear airborne transmission may become more and more frequent (but it hasn't been quantified, as far as I know).

 

1 hour ago, barbara said:

If they are starting this shoot during the summer, it is highly unlikely that it will be out by the Olympics, unless it's short.  Most films, at least here, can take 1-10 months of shooting (generally 6-10 depending, again, on the length and production demands, such as location shooting, actor availability, etc.). Then there is post-production and that can take even longer, again depending on the demands of the director and if there is a clear release date.  Maybe they will try to have it out for Oly and that would be great, but editing and sound and ADR take longer than actual shooting.  My son is editing a film right now that took less than 6 weeks to shoot starting in December and it's a couple of months away from any possible release.

If he keeps LMEY for Olympics. Full of surprises as he is, I'm quite sure he will keep Ten to Chi to, but for LMEY I wonder. Anyway he would skate it in shows and galas (or as encore with Sweet Yuzu™ costumes :10742290:).

 

EDIT : It had just occurred to me that Yuzuru Hanyu may have been in 2011, the youngest ever medallist at 4CC, and have just checked : he was, and is still.

 

EDIT 2 : a lesson on fluid mechanics by Yuzuru Hanyu. One can see the cherry blossom had fallen, then was uplifted by the wind and was prevented from falling again until the end of the program.

 

With a droplet, (a normal) ventilation won't uplift a fallen droplet because of its weight, viscosity... but until it falls, it is kept "flying" by the air movement.

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Google translation: “It is a poster communication of Yuzuru Hanyu. I'm Mukita Ko, Hirono Town, Kunohe District, Iwate Prefecture.” :img_21:

 


 

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On 2/23/2021 at 4:44 AM, Yuzu_legend said:

Yeah..the first time I went to print a banner, the young man in the printshop asked me if Yuzu was a model...lol...when I left the  store he and his two other male coworkers were watching Seimei...:hairflip:

 

 

Aww this is so cute!!!! People who love him are everywhere.:devilYuzu:

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https://www.tomonimaee.jp/special.html  

👆If anyone is interested, there’s a little blue box that says “PDF” and you can print out a colour poster of the Notte Stellata Project exhibition! The exhibition will start in Sendai this Friday till 14.03.2021. :tumblr_inline_n18qr5lPWB1qid2nw:

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17 hours ago, EternalSpin said:

Has anyone seen this kid before? 

Not that I'm aware of. He might not even be in Juniors yet, from the size of him. He's not as fast as Yuzu (but who is), but he's got the Step Seq down pat otherwise. Love that he does the knee slide too. 

 

Hats off to Ravi doing his coaching outside in the depths of an Edmonton winter, BTW. 

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Mom and I just did a little nostalgia hour and rewatched the Torino Olympics 2006.

I will never complain about telegraphing again. Some performances were really painful to watch... :14066882:

 

 

However, it was really interesting to see Shizuka in the ladies' event and Stephane, Jeff, Plush, J*hnny and Dai competing against each other.

Yuzu's skating today feels a bit like: he took the greatest strength of each, elevated them to next level, added own features and created the ultimate super fusion of it all.

 

I think, the different strengths of these skaters are distributed as follows:

Shizuka: flexibility and extension of spins and spirals

Plushenko: champion aura, big jumps and consistency

Stephane: spins and skating skills

Jeffrey: skating skills and transitions

J*hnny: flow and body positions

Dai: musicality and performance (but he was far away from his best here imo)

 

In a way I can understand why Plush, J*hnny and Stephane were Yuzu's idols. As skaters they really stood out in those days. As a person Stephane would have been the best choice, though...

 

 

Some fun facts about the scoring:

Plush was the only skater in the men's event who received +3 GOE (from three judges for his StSq in the SP).

He also got the highest component score of the event (8.46 for skating skills in the FS). The others received components in the 7's.

Those were really different times...  :english1:

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2 hours ago, hananistellata said:

Every time I rewatch Olympic Seimei I feel like I can't breath from the stress even though I already know the results. Does anyone else feel the same? 

I think I've only re-watched it a couple of times because emotional rollercoaster - still!

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2 hours ago, hananistellata said:

Every time I rewatch Olympic Seimei I feel like I can't breath from the stress even though I already know the results. Does anyone else feel the same? 

The stress for that one is real:embSwan:

But I still watch it everyday cause its so good!! The step sequence is just mind-blowing.

Btw Oly Seimei is so close to 15M views!! RJ1 almost reached 1M.

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To close this day: I got tired of searching single YT videos on TV with the remote control. So I finally made a playlist with my personal favorite Yuzu programs. The mandatory "daily Yuzu meal", as my mom says.

 

I tried to pick one performance of each of Yuzu's senior programs (both competitive and gala/show).

To be honest. With some programs this is simply impossible, because there are too many great ones.

Like... Seimei made it to the list 3 times. My personal favorite is probably MOI 2019, but I just didn't have the heart to leave out NHK '15 and Oly '18.

 

In case of Otonal it was extra tricky, because every performance had something that the other didn't. For me, ACI '18 had the best music cut and choreo, COR '18 probably the best spins, the SC '19 run-through the best jumps and skating quality, SC '19 comp the best atmosphere, NHK '19 the cleanest full performance overall and MOI '19 encore the best step sequence... In fact, I rewatch the SC RT and MOI the most. :tumblr_inline_mqt4grU8ua1qz4rgp:

 

PS: The only competitive program I left out is R&J 2.0... Gomen Yuzu, I don't know why, but none of the versions has ever really grown on me... :13877886:

 

 

I tried to pick the highest resolution and recording quality for each skate that I could find on YT. The list is sorted chronologically by date of the performance. I'm curious, if you share my choice or can recommend better versions. I'm always open for good suggestions!

 

Yuzuru Hanyu 羽生結弦: Recommended Performances

 

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19 minutes ago, Henni147 said:

PS: The only competitive program I left out is R&J 2.0... Gomen Yuzu, I don't know why, but none of the versions has ever really grown on me... :13877886:

 

I thought I'm the only one who thinks the same...

sorry zu :cri:

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31 minutes ago, Henni147 said:

To close this day: I got tired of searching single YT videos on TV with the remote control. So I finally made a playlist with my personal favorite Yuzu programs. The mandatory "daily Yuzu meal", as my mom says.

 

I tried to pick one performance of each of Yuzu's senior programs (both competitive and gala/show).

To be honest. With some programs this is simply impossible, because there are too many great ones.

Like... Seimei made it to the list 3 times. My personal favorite is probably MOI 2019, but I just didn't have the heart to leave out NHK '15 and Oly '18.

 

In case of Otonal it was extra tricky, because every performance had something that the other didn't. For me, ACI '18 had the best music cut and choreo, COR '18 probably the best spins, the SC '19 run-through the best jumps and skating quality, SC '19 comp the best atmosphere, NHK '19 the cleanest full performance overall and MOI '19 encore the best step sequence... In fact, I rewatch the SC RT and MOI the most. :tumblr_inline_mqt4grU8ua1qz4rgp:

 

PS: The only competitive program I left out is R&J 2.0... Gomen Yuzu, I don't know why, but none of the versions has ever really grown on me... :13877886:

 

 

I tried to pick the highest resolution and recording quality for each skate that I could find on YT. The list is sorted chronologically by date of the performance. I'm curious, if you share my choice or can recommend better versions. I'm always open for good suggestions!

 

Yuzuru Hanyu 羽生結弦: Recommended Performances

 

 @Henni147  Appreciate your hard work on this.    :thankssign:

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