This is exactly my wish for him next season. It's a shame that he didn't get a medal at this WC, but It's such an accomplished feeling for him to finish his FS strong, contribute to Japan's 3 spot and have the crowds' supports right till the end of the program. He sure is a brave kid and his fighting spirit is really inspiring. I believe the small bronze medal gives him huge motivation working for next season.
Neverthless, I think the frequent travelling issue is something he really needs to solve next season. All those jet legs, transportation and stuff can be really consuming, and change of enviroment like air, humidity, etc. may affect him more than others because of his asthma.
But first things first, I hope he takes more time off to just relax and fully recover from injury.
The latest news about Yuzu's injury: http://www.jiji.com/jc/c?g=spo_30&k=2013032000324
It says that he needs one month to recuperate from his injury and he will be withdrawing from WTT.
Kobayashi Yoshiko, a JFS official in charge of the athletes' physical fitness.
Thanks for the links, giulia95 and zydeco88!!
Awww, Yuzuru is so adorable and he and Javier make me smile Wish we could hear what they were talking about. I want to hear his English more but maybe someday
This article says that he had a knee examination after coming back to Japan, so I think he can have time off with his family&friends in Sendai Maybe he will attend an Entrance ceremony of Waseda University in next month?
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(((Yuzuru))) Thank you so much for a wonderful season, you have established yourself as a top contender, injuries notwithstanding. Now please relax, rest, regroup, and fight back next season!!! <3 <3 <3
Thanks for the info on Yuzu. Wishing him a good rest and speedy recovery. It is amazing that he could skate
at all at Worlds due to his injury but he was determined and did his job, very well I might add.
Yuzuru, you made all of us proud. At the WC, you showed something I want to see from any sport and I was deeply moved.
By the way, could anybody kindly tell me how to use ignorance list? It seems I need to use that function not to be bothered by one hater in this thread.
Click on the name of the user you want to ignore. You come to his profile page. Then click on: Add to ignore list. This way you will see when they post something but not the post itself because it will be hidden. Simple as that!
I hope he will come back stronger than ever. I can't wait to see what programs he will have next season. I hope for more emotionally satisfying moments. I want to see him cry tears of joy and not of pain in Sochi!
Click on the user's name > View profile > Add to Ignore List. Easy.
Glad to know his knee injury is not as serious as career ending injury.Thank you,skating god!
The wonderful fan art for our manga prince: