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Thread: Yuzuru Hanyu: 2012-13 Season

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    ^ Not sure whether the photo was taken when he was taking a ballet lesson from his instructor in Toronto, or he was just doing some basic ballet exercises like rond de jambe at the barre by himself prior to one of the ice shows. But, according to one of the reports, he was doing some sort of ballet position in front of a mirror and it seems to have been taken at a practice venue for either Nagoya Festival or JSC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yunamao View Post
    Thank you! I'm relieved! As for the videos I uploaded, it's all gone now. My account as been deleted. Well it's not like I didn't expect it. At least I tried. I really wanted to share, because I wouldn't know any of Yuzuru's programs if they were not uploaded on Youtube. So I tried to do the same. I dream of a place where we could watch skating without worrying about removals.
    Your account's been terminated?! So sorry about that. I remembered there were so many videos you uploaded on YouTube, that's ashamed! Sigh.
    Maybe next time we better try private share on YouTube, at least it could be sure videos won't been removed anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by HelTra91
    :O WHY youtube why???
    Actually it's hardly related to YouTube coz the reason of YouTube removed video is due to third party calls associated with copyright infringement, you always could see something like 'this video has been removed due to compliant of TV ASAHI Co. blah blah blah', Japanese TV production is well known by its copyright restrictions. Sigh!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wxunxx View Post
    Your account's been terminated?! So sorry about that. I remembered there were so many videos you uploaded on YouTube, that's ashamed! Sigh.
    Maybe next time we better try private share on YouTube, at least it could be sure videos won't been removed anyway.



    Actually it's hardly related to YouTube coz the reason of YouTube removed video is due to third party calls associated with copyright infringement, you always could see something like 'this video has been removed due to compliant of TV ASAHI Co. blah blah blah', Japanese TV production is well known by its copyright restrictions. Sigh!!
    Oh I know, my first youtube account was terminated for that exact reason (uploaded too many Mao videos with Japanese commentary). Private sharing seems to be the only way to go about it, I can see a lot of people are already doing. Not so good if you're someone who really wants to watch the video but haven't been granted permission and have no way of getting it, but it looks like we have no choice

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    http://p.twpl.jp/show/orig/1itNs
    Yuzuru sent a flower bouquet to congratulate Mr. Noto on the opening of his photo exhibition at Sendai Mediatheque.
    I'll try to put up a report on the items being displayed in the gallery later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yunamao View Post
    My account as been deleted. Well it's not like I didn't expect it. At least I tried. I really wanted to share, because I wouldn't know any of Yuzuru's programs if they were not uploaded on Youtube. So I tried to do the same. I dream of a place where we could watch skating without worrying about removals.
    Oh no! I was really enjoying your yutube account. What about something like dailymotion? There are plenty of video-sharing websites
    And about Yuzuru's programs...Does anyone know where I can find his SP from Japanese Nationals 2009/2010?

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    I hope he observe the healing time and he is resting.
    No ice, just rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zydeco88 View Post
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    Yuzuru sent a flower bouquet to congratulate Mr. Noto on the opening of his photo exhibition at Sendai Mediatheque.
    Wow, it's so beautiful...reminds me of the costume of his SP in 2011-2012 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ser22 View Post
    Does anybody know why Orser didn't sit beside Yuzu after his FS?
    Because Javi still had the chance to medal, which was the priority for Orser in the Canadian London, while Yuzu was clearly done for podium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    Because Javi still had the chance to medal, which was the priority for Orser in the Canadian London, while Yuzu was clearly done for podium.
    Honestly.
    I didn't like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yunamao View Post
    I just watched Yuzuru's SP from worlds with British comments (here), and I'd like to share this quote from Samuel Reed after he finished. Feel free to correct me if I didn’t write the right words.

    « It is such a responsibility to have talent like he has. For me, I think he has, I still say I think he has the potential to be perhaps the finest figure skater in history. But maybe, at the moment he can’t handle all that talent. »

    Of course they didn’t know about Yuzu’s conditions at the moment. But they clearly love him.
    They really do. Their comments after his FS proved that even more I think.

    Simon: "Back on form! This shining light of Japanese figure skating. He's redeemed himself. It must have been awful for him in the SP making mistake after mistake and you can see that he's physically wrecked and dragged apart mentally as well I'm sure. But what a skater he is. He won't get a medal, unless they have disasters, no there's too much to do his SP wasn't good enough. But if we see 3 better programs that tonight we're in for a real treat."

    Nicky: "It's amazing when you look at that we have 11 to go yeah?"

    Simon: "Yes"

    Nicky: "Incredible, that was just brilliant. Loved it! Two fantastic efforts on the quad there. And the release of energy there at the end of the season. And to come out with a performance like that, he skated fantastically at the NHK Trophy, couldn't hold it together at the 4CC but boy, when it matters he's come out here in the final stages of the WC and really put it together. The 4T there, a hint of a downgrade there I think on that one, and again on this one, oh no, that looked round."

    Simon: "Put the hand down."

    Nicky: "The hand down, the key is the rotation though, he'll go down on the grade of execution which won't hurt him too much, you don't want to be UR"

    Simon: "AHAHAHAHA" *Brian's uhh, side-line choreography?*

    Nicky: "BEAUTIFUL! Lovely lines there, I'm glad Hanyu didn't have that in the program. Stick to the technical stuff Brian, don't do the choreography."

    Simon: "Ahh, I'm so please. Cause you know I'm a massive fan."

    Nicky: "And I."

    Nicky: "Just brilliant."

    Simon: "Ha, yeah I know. Me too, he is an absolute genius. Well that really has thrown the cats amongst the pigeons. It's thrown down the gauntlet. And the other guys have got to perform now. It should be a sensational night of mens' figure skating."

    Nicky: " That's like Simon on a Friday night" *Yuzu falls to the ice*

    Simon: "Ahahaha, no Secrets. He is absolutely spent."

    Nicky: "Yeah, well done. Score should be huge."

    Simon: "His best is 177.12. The problem is of course, he is skating early on as far as the big guns are concerned. So the judges will hold something back, they have to. 169.05, that will take him way clear in the lead. 244, he's 28 marks ahead of anything else, and he should be moving up from 9th place, how far remains to be seen but he couldn't have done more, well done."

    I was bored so I transcribed their entire little spiel afterwards. My favourite is still their quote after the SP "I think he has the potential to be the finest figure skater in history" ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by ser22 View Post
    Honestly.
    I didn't like it.
    Me neither. It's a normal for a coach to leave K&C if his/her next pupil is skating just right now, after the finished one. Zueva had to do that more than once when V/M and D/W were skating one after another. But if there is a "gap" between two students, like Amodio was in this particular case, then it's just unethical for a coach to leave K&C, to say the least. I actually don't remember that any coach did smth. like that before. Maybe Orser is the first one who did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    Me neither. It's a normal for a coach to leave K&C if his/her next pupil is skating just right now, after the finished one. Zueva had to do that more than once when V/M and D/W were skating one after another. But if there is a "gap" between two students, like Amodio was in this particular case, then it's just unethical for a coach to leave K&C, to say the least. I actually don't remember that any coach did smth. like that before. Maybe Orser is the first one who did.
    I agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yunamao View Post
    I just watched Yuzuru's SP from worlds with British comments (here), and I'd like to share this quote from Samuel Reed after he finished. Feel free to correct me if I didn’t write the right words.

    « It is such a responsibility to have talent like he has. For me, I think he has, I still say I think he has the potential to be perhaps the finest figure skater in history. But maybe, at the moment he can’t handle all that talent. »

    Of course they didn’t know about Yuzu’s conditions at the moment. But they clearly love him.
    I just love them ) And even though I have Eurosport in my native language (I'm from Poland ) I'm really enjoying switching language to English for those two I remember how they were impressed by Yuzuru's LP at Junior Worlds 2009. One of them even suggested that is willing to put his money on future success of Yuzuru ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelTra91 View Post
    Oh I know, my first youtube account was terminated for that exact reason (uploaded too many Mao videos with Japanese commentary). Private sharing seems to be the only way to go about it, I can see a lot of people are already doing. Not so good if you're someone who really wants to watch the video but haven't been granted permission and have no way of getting it, but it looks like we have no choice
    Quote Originally Posted by Yunamao View Post
    For me it was NHK channel. I wonder, can Youtube also remove private videos?
    Oh great, so everyone's YouTube account had been terminated before. So maybe we should run a YouTube Victim Support Association. Sigh
    BTW Yunamao, to answer your question, I don't believe YouTube would remove private videos coz I saw lots of video uploaded in 2010 or 2011 are still alive now on YouTube. Perhaps private sharing is the only possible way to share also secure videos on Youtube IMO.

    HelTra91, the whole transcript of Euro Sport British broadcast!! You just did something really amazing!
    I really love two gentlemen from British Euro Sport, Chris and Simon, they've said tons of fabulous words of Yuzuru since 2008 or 2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    But if there is a "gap" between two students, like Amodio was in this particular case, then it's just unethical for a coach to leave K&C, to say the least. I actually don't remember that any coach did smth. like that before. Maybe Orser is the first one who did.
    I agree it’ s an unethical behavior, probably it tells about a not easy relationship between the two.

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