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365 Days of Yuzu

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It's still 4 hours away from the new year for me but looks like the majority of the planet is already starting their new year so Happy New Year to all!  Crossing my fingers for great fortune and no injuries in 2019.

 

Inspired by Jack Gallagher and ZuCritter’s 12 days of Christmas post, I thought we’d attempt to do something Yuzu related for each day of the year. let's see how far we can get.

 

If multiple people want to do something for the same day of the year, go ahead.

You can do either the numerical day of the year or something to do with the date.

 

I’ll start with the easy one.

 

Day 1

The number 1 figure skater!

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Day 2: 2 OGMs!

 

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3 minutes ago, BWOZWaltz said:

Day 3: 3 4CC silver medals...(plz don't hit me)

 Day 4: 4 types of quads ratified!

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5= So far, 5 intl podium finishes at Worlds and GPF since turning senior!

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On 1/1/2019 at 7:43 AM, Xen said:

Day 2: 2 OGMs!

 

2 World Championship gold medals

 

On 1/1/2019 at 7:46 AM, BWOZWaltz said:

Day 3: 3 4CC silver medals...(plz don't hit me)

3 Skate Canada silver medals (sorry Zu, but it's funny)

 

3 Autumn Classic gold medals

 

3 ankle injuries in 3 years :smiley-sad021::mad::scared0011::animated-smileys-angry-033::sad-smiley-046:

 

23 hours ago, Xen said:

 Day 4: 4 types of quads ratified!

4 National titles

4 Grand Prix Final titles

4 gold medals in Finland

4 scoring records under the new system

 

23 hours ago, Xen said:

5= So far, 5 intl podium finishes at Worlds and GPF since turning senior!

 

5 gold medals in a single season - the most he has earned - 2009/2010 (juniors), 2013/2014, 2016/2017 (if you count WTT)

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11 minutes ago, river said:

Nevermind, gotta think of something else for 6... :headdesk:

6 years since his first GPF with Brian as coach. 

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23 minutes ago, rockstaryuzu said:

6 years since his first GPF with Brian as coach. 

 

6 Grand Prix Series gold medals (2011 Rostelecom, 2012 NHK, 2015 NHK, 2016 NHK, 2018 Helsinki, 2018 Rostelecom)

6 Junior titles

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1 hour ago, Old Cat Lady said:

 

6 Grand Prix Series gold medals (2011 Rostelecom, 2012 NHK, 2015 NHK, 2016 NHK, 2018 Helsinki, 2018 Rostelecom)

6 Junior titles

 

6 short programs at the senior level

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7= soon to be 7 years with TCC.

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On 1/3/2019 at 12:11 AM, Xen said:

7= soon to be 7 years with TCC.

 

7 times breaking the SP scoring record under the old system.

 

Day 8 

8 times he competed at Senior JPN nationals

8th place in his first Senior JPN nationals

 

 

eta:  woops.  Have some catching up to do.

 

Day 9

9 senior competitions where he did not medal

 

Day 10

Age when he won his first international competition - 2004 Santa Claus Cup - Novice A

 

Day 11

SP placement in his first Junior worlds 

 

Day 12

12 times he broke scoring records under the old system

12 times scoring above 100 for his SP

 

Day 13

FS placement in his first Junior worlds

SP placement in his 2nd Senior Nationals

Age when he won his first Junior Nationals

 

Day 14

14 silver medals

14 Senior competitive programs

 

Day 15

Age at his first senior international competition

Age when he won junior worlds

 

Day 16

16 total scoring records

Age when he won his first senior international medal (1st of his 4 Continents silvers)

 

Day 17

Age when he won his first senior national and world medals (bronze in both)

 

 

Got a little desperate for some of these.  I guess this means that I'll at least have something until Day 24 

 

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