He called Shizuka senpai, my life is complete now.Hanyu: When I first met her, it was when I started skating. I was skating at the same rink. I thought she was amazing since back then, and she is also my senpai (at Tohoku High School) so she is a special person.
I mean most of the skaters that would be medalling now would be born in the 1990's, so that's at least 19 points right there, and then you have the last digit of your birth year, month, and day digit(s) to then make up the other 14 points for the average of 33. It's really not that crazy. If someone were born on 1/1/1990 that would be 21 so that would be the least, and if someone were born on 9/29/1999 that would be 38. There's only so many possibilities it could be, 21-38. Not that big of a factor, so not really impressive IMO.
Of course, that number will change drastically in the future since medalists will soon be born post 2000....
speaking of boredom and unserious stuff
I posted this before, but here's another translation for this interview
this might be one of the funniest medal ceremonies ever
because I think it's kinda beautiful
because I think it's kinda cute
because it makes me laugh
because, ya know...
if you can look at that without laughing, you're a robot just FYI