Thanks for the interview! I love his attitude towards his beloved sport and the way he is able to pick himself right up after the disappointment at Sochi. Very happy that he is saying he'll stick around for another four more years, even happier that I'll get to see him at Skate Canada! Do we know if he is going to Finlandia? Or is SC going to be the first time he show us both of his "happy" programs?
Wow, so those ice shows do pay quite a bit huh? Guess that's how those music players plus headphones are funded?
Mid-way through my viewing of Hanyu's DVD (savoring it since we won't see him for a while), and he mentioned that his most memorable Olympics was the Salt Lake City one featuring the battle between Yagudin and Plushenko. I think he is someone who is definitely fired up by intense challenge and competition. Having Javier beside him, and a strong Team Japan was probably really motivating for him. Looking forward to all the top men challenging themselves and each other!