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    I say.... change his Etude SP costume from blue theme to black theme, and I tell you, it would be just outstanding

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    Well Yuzuru doesn´t have the best role models in the costume department

    Dai
    Oda
    Orser
    Plushenko
    Weir

    Someone help this kid...

    I say.... change his Etude SP costume from blue theme to black theme, and I tell you, it would be just outstanding
    His etude costume looks nice in blue, I can imagine looking more elegant in some shades of black and silver... and it really flows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzceleste View Post
    Well Yuzuru doesn´t have the best role models in the costume department

    Dai
    Oda
    Orser
    Plushenko
    Weir
    ... you are doing this on purpose just to scare me away personally, don't you?

    I'm gonna go now and look at pretty pictures of his Etude costume, which I love and adore just the way it is
    *need to go make my poor suffering eyes happy again*

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanDomi View Post
    I saw nice video from FOI 2011:
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x13...E3%83%AC_sport

    From 7:15 Yuzuru is trying quad salchow. First attempt. Fall. No problem.. I am gonna try again And second attempt landed nicely Then Daisuke trying quad flip, and Takahiko also quad
    Thanks for the link! It was fun watching Hanyu skate when he was younger, can't believe that was three years ago!

    That salchow was great! (if only he could land it like that in competitions ...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimeonji View Post
    indeed a hydroblade, but not a counter. He exits the hydroblade into the standard outside edge and axel prep position. Still cool to watch, nonetheless~
    Thanks for the clarification jimeonji! And thanks also to those who posted links for videos and pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzceleste View Post
    His etude costume looks nice in blue, I can imagine looking more elegant in some shades of black and silver... and it really flows...
    I love how he looks in this black long sleeve training top because of the design (the first 10sec of this video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4xTmzWHeEw . Sew some of the crystals of this Johnny's costume http://nickverrreos.blogspot.sg/2012...me-minute.html (the first pix), to a black long sleeve following the design of that training top just around the shoulders

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    hanyu team event sochi 2014 OG cbc commentary

    http://stripetee.tumblr.com/post/758...yu-team-figure

    (i love his performance here than his WR one and i dont even know why and the fact that all the other teams (except russia lol) were standing and clapping for him its kinda nice).
    *credits to the uploader

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    Old video of Yuzu video bombing Jason Brown https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_kPmkCLiJE

    Thinking a little too hard there?

    I think Yuzuru now has a bear with every one of his costumes, even some from his EX
    Fans are so talented~ Wonder if he ever got a Hana ni nare one?
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BnZxut1CIAAJAB1.jpg:large

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    【fanart】Japanese skaters in penguin style are tremendously adorable!

    A great start of the day!

    three men skaters in Sochi

    three women skaters with Shuzo Matsuoka(a male sports reporter)

    Good bye Sochi with Russia skaters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meoima View Post
    True, Yuzuru in black is a good view, indeed. But white also suits him well, whatever color is fine, as long it's not Weir.
    Anyways, I find the reporter quote in your link very very amusing:
    This is 19 years old Takahashi's EX "Nocturne" (choreographed by himself) dressed in black.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XSpJl6U9xs

    How about this type of simple black shirt and bants costume for Yuzuru?

    Honestly, I miss some kind of lace

    My suggestion is to ask the same designer of Etude D Minor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuzusan View Post
    If anyone can translate this interview with Arakawa ? or if a translation is already posted on the web, bring it to the media section :
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1t...ionDigestUsers
    Hi Yuzusan
    Here is part 2 of the interview (from 7mins40 - 13mins 50). I will keep trying to do a bit every evening (if my work schedule allows).


    Part 2 of the interview between Arakawa Shizuka and Yuzuru Hanyu in July 2013

    7mins 40 secs ~
    As: At the end of last season you sustained some injuries but you battled through.
    Y: Yes. The year before too, at the World Championships I injured my right ankle but at that time I was helped and supported by so many people and that turned out to be a very emotional competition. This year too, also turned out to be an emotional World Championships and I realised that I get a lot of power from the people around me. While I was skating I didn’t have the feeling I was skating under my own power. During the competition I never felt that my leg was sore or that I was in pain…
    AS: You felt that that you were being supported and held up by the people around you?
    Y: Very much so. Truthfully, it felt really good and I was able to do my best right up until the end of the competition.

    8mins 31secs
    Narrator: “JOY” At the age of 12 he experienced for the first time the feeling of “Joy” as a skater.
    Y: I wasn’t able to go the rink (as it had closed down) and thanks to the efforts of Awakawa Shizuka the rink was reopened. At that time I was truly happy. I remember thinking how happy I was that I was able to train again at that rink.
    N: His first experience of living abroad was in Toronto in Canada.
    AS: Now, you have chosen Canada as the environment in which you are doing your training and you are also working with a new coach. This has been ongoing now for a while.
    Y: This is my second season there.
    AS: Your second season…Since going overseas to Canada, what would you say has most influenced your skating style?
    Y: I have to do a lot more basic skating practice. That skating practice also includes parts that will improve my muscles as well as being a practice schedule that is designed for me and that can be adjusted to include the skating skills that I need to work on, things that will make my skating better. This was something I had never done before in my training.
    AS: Are you enjoying your life there now?
    Y: I am really enjoying it but in some respects it is hard, too.
    AS: It the training tough?
    Y: Until now, I have just thought about my programs in terms of having to do the jumps. In that practice I would fall a lot of times while practicing the jumps. Rather that working on my skating skills I would always think “I need to concentrate on my jumps”. I now realise that it wasn’t an integrated approach and that skating skills should also be taken care of. I also have the feeling that the jumps are improving as they are coming out of my improvement in the skating skills department and that is a really fun thing for me.
    AS: If you are able to notice and improve your skating skills then you have more ease, especially towards the end of a program and it also has a good influence on a skater’s ability to jump. When it come to skating skills, as we become more mature and more adult we come to realise how important that part of training is. If you can notice that now, even if it is tough maybe you will start to notice all kinds of things to work on.
    Y: Basic skating skills often look easy but to do it properly you really need to concentrate on what you are doing. And because that is difficult it is a really enjoyable challenge. I keep thinking to myself, “If I can just get over this tough bit then things will be much easier”. It is a series of small steps, just like the small steps we take to build physical strength and that kind of thing helps to keep me motivated.
    AS: In Canada, you have met a lot of people, coaches for example. Who is the most interesting person you have met?
    Y: When you say interesting…. I have to say David.
    AS: I thought you would say that.
    Y: The world interesting matches him well. I never know what is going to come out of him. He is extremely good at creating programs that match the music. He is always thinking about which step goes where and is very aware of the levels. He is moving and creating in his own way but he is always making calculations about what needs to be included. In addition, as a person he is a really interesting guy with an interesting personality.
    AS: It seems like he is the kind of person you can trust to create a good program for you.
    Y: Yes, that’s right. If David is there I feel in safe hands. We can call on help from a spin coach or from a step specialist, but if David is there then I can trust him to help me with those things.
    AS: While you are in Canada, what do you like to do to relax?
    Y: I play games.
    AS: Do you like games?
    Y: I love them a lot. The place where I am living now is really high and that region is pretty flat?
    As: Do you mean high as in high above the ground or high as in an expensive place? (The Japanese word “takai” 高いcan express both of those meanings so it is slightly ambiguous.)
    Y: I mean that I am living on a high floor in the building, so when I look out I can see really far into the distance. When I am tired from studying or tired from skating I like to listen to music and look out at the view. I find this is a good way for me to relax.
    AS: Now that you are living and training in this new environment, have you found anything that you want to try or anything that you feel you need?
    Y: I feel that I need to put all of my energy into completing my new program. Every season, one of my programs, either the short or the free, I don’t perform as well as the other. As a skater, even though it is very difficult I want to be able to perform the both with the same “good” quality. So this season I, I will try not to miss anything out. With the Olympics as my final goal, I want to go into each competition with the view that I will find something to work on and improve on.
    13mins 50secs

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    Well done Channah ! Thx for your patience !

    Some things to notice :
    - He became more aware in the necessity to train basic skating.
    - David Wilson touched him, a guy who create a SP on Parisienne Walways like this ... it is understandable.
    - "either the short or the free, I don’t perform as well as the other" => I don't bet that he would have known he broke the score in the short program, and fell twice in his FS at Olympic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuzusan View Post
    Well done Channah ! Thx for your patience !

    Some things to notice :
    - He became more aware in the necessity to train basic skating.
    - David Wilson touched him, a guy who create a SP on Parisienne Walways like this ... it is understandable.
    - "either the short or the free, I don’t perform as well as the other" => I don't bet that he would have known he broke the score in the short program, and fell twice in his FS at Olympic
    Ehhh David Wilson didn´t créate Parisienne Walkways it was Jeffrey Buttle

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    I dont think this has been posted here yet...its an article about Orser, but mentions Yuzu. I got it from facebook.

    http://www.icenetwork.com/news/2014/05/13/74798034

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzceleste View Post
    Ehhh David Wilson didn´t créate Parisienne Walkways it was Jeffrey Buttle
    Oh my bad ^^ but he is the choregraph of his FS ? Well ,I'm not foolish Anyway, the way that David Wilson speaks is touching so it is not hard to have a nice talk with him

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