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4 минуты назад, Geo1 сказал:

Brian said that Yuzu has become stronger and that we should believe in him

I always believe in Yuzu no matter what Orser said. And I trust Yuzu, not Orser. Orser is like Johnny Weir to me.

 

6 минут назад, Geo1 сказал:

Do you think that Yuzu would have been able to achieve everything that he has, including two Olympic championships, without Brian?

No doubt. His talent, his nature, his jumping technique and other skills are not the merit of Orser.

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3 минуты назад, liv сказал:

So, yes, trust Yuzu.

Well... Yuzu said that training conditions at rink of Sendai are better than at the TCC (including condition of the ice). So, yes, I trust Yuzu.

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Well, I hope that Zu will come back to Toronto when it will be possible (either when borders will open or when he will find enough control on 4a). It can't be healthy that he trains at midnight for almost a whole year already.

Besides, mister Hanyu, PHYSIOTHERAPIST:vahidrk:

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18 minutes ago, 180267 said:

Well... Yuzu said that training conditions at rink of Sendai are better than at the TCC (including condition of the ice). So, yes, I trust Yuzu.

The only thing I am 100% sure of is that Yuzu will never say anything negative about either TCC or Sendai (or anything really). So, we do trust him to make the best decision for himself when he can actually choose, and he doesn't have to tell us why he made that choice.

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48 minutes ago, 180267 said:

I always believe in Yuzu no matter what Orser said. And I trust Yuzu, not Orser. Orser is like Johnny Weir to me.

 

No doubt. His talent, his nature, his jumping technique and other skills are not the merit of Orser.

Wow - I am stunned at just how wrong you are.  All great athletes have great coaches.  Period.  Yuzu would have done well, because he is driven and phenomenally gifted, but without the correct coach, he wouldn't have been able to rise as he did.  He went to TCC to work on quads - so he knew he needed that coaching to achieve the best quads.  And comparing Brian Orser to Johnny Weir?  Are you kidding? Not only is JW not a coach, his attitude is mercurial and self-serving.  Just, wow.

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1 hour ago, 180267 said:

No doubt. His talent, his nature, his jumping technique and other skills are not the merit of Orser.

 

No matter how much natural talent Yuzu may have had in 2012, he would not have grown into the skater he is now without the coaching and guidance of Brian Orser. It was Yuzu who sought Brian’s help. In the documentary, “Spirit of the Athletes (2012)”, Yuzu went to Brian in order to improve his quads, particularly the Salchow. Brian recognized that Yuzu was exceptionally talented, but also immediately saw that he needed to work on his skating skills so that he would have a solid foundation upon which to build. Yuzu initially wondered why he had to sacrifice jumping time for skating skills, but realized the value of learning his skating skills when his jumps failed him in the long program at 2012 Skate America and his program component scores held him up. Now Yuzu is famous as the “complete skater” and his artistic skating is universally recognized – thanks to Brian's coaching and guidance.

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There's a difference between a Trainer and a Coach. Brian is one of the best - sending out a big heart for him - Yuzu is the best proof of this. All of his past lead him to where he is today, I don't doubt the TCC had have a big impact to this. So yes, I trust Brian and Yuzu to make the best decisions and I believe in both 💕

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10 minutes ago, Geo1 said:

Now Yuzu is famous as the “complete skater” and his artistic skating is universally recognized – thanks to Brian's coaching and guidance.

.....and Javi's too :nod2: (EDIT: well, Javi's presence helped him to progress further, according to Yuzu, and Javi too has said this, they helped each other, and Brian recognised and encouraged their training friendship - I just dont want to leave Javi out of it because Yuzu emphasises how important he was in that training environment, and I get sad when I realise Javi erasure is rife!)

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5 hours ago, 180267 said:

Well... Yuzu said that training conditions at rink of Sendai are better than at the TCC (including condition of the ice). So, yes, I trust Yuzu.

Yuzuru seemed to be referring to the fact that he was the only one there skating so he could play his music over and over again. The condition of the ice might be better just because no one else is skating around on it.  Still must be hard to be there all alone each day with not much encouragement from others. I hope he can go back to Canada when the pandemic is over. 

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In all this talk about how responsible was Brian for Yuzu's success one major element has been overlooked and that's Javier Fernandez.  Yuzu acknowledged how much Javi had helped him over the years and we should acknowledge that.  I don't think we should underestimate Javi's (unintended) role in making Yuzu the skater he was.  Having another world class skater training with him was certainly a means by which Yuzu's own skills could improve.  The two, both guided by Brian, were able to feed off each other in their development as skaters.  If Brian was the cake, Javi was the icing.

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I hope Yuzu knows that he is already the light, joy, inspiration and hope for many people and that many people love and support him no matter what! :tumblr_inline_n18qr5lPWB1qid2nw:

This post has been tagged by yuzuangel as [NEWS].
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