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Thread: Akiko Suzuki: Happy Skating!

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    AKIKO SUZUKI has released her musical choices for next season!

    SP: Hymne à l'amour - coreografia di Massimo Scali http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKgZe2YXrus



    FP: The Phantom of the Opera - coreografia di Pasquale Camerlengo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6IO15PvyRE

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    I love Everything about akiko I hope her last season will be her best. Her programs last season were my favorite. I also love her attitude, when she is on the podium no matter the color of the medal she seems so happy and so greatful to be there.
    I also love her story of not giving up and it has paid up, she will retire knowing that she did her best. I would love to see akiko on the podium, but if it doesnt happen, she will go out as a champion in life for overcoming so many things

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    Quote Originally Posted by christinaskater View Post
    Thank you for the link. It's a very good article.

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    I really didn't understand fully the article

    Context clues mates! I love Akiko and I wish her all the best next season!

    I am just dying to see her skate to "Phantom of The Opera". I think she is the skater with the fire , grace and power to be the perfect Christine on the ice.
    Her musical interpretation is just top notch.

    This is her latest skate from an exhibition.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCBqRuKLcj4

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    Quote Originally Posted by christinaskater View Post
    This is her latest skate from an exhibition.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCBqRuKLcj4
    I love her so much. She touches my heart in a way no other skater does...

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    agreed, she's in a rare group. Right now only Osmund skates like a real seasoned performer. It would be great to see Akiko get the OGM. She is never imo over marked , but undermarked.

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    She is truly a gem! A rare gift to the sport. A supreme artist. I need to go to the World Championships in Saitama to watch her! I am so excited to see her skate "The Phantom of the Opera". Pasquale and Akiko are a match made in heaven. Massimo is also glorious.

    Akiko's soul becomes one with the music. The connection she gets sends chills down the spine.

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    This exhibition program is also gorgeous!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuWrJh_vAgM

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    Thanks for the video links. I just love Akiko!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzukifan27 View Post
    This exhibition program is also gorgeous!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuWrJh_vAgM
    Masterpiece from Akiko!

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    Akiko's longevity in the sport is quite exceptional and impressive. I wonder what she has done to be able to continue at such a high level for such a long period of time. I know that she had some difficult times and health issues when she was younger. She seems to have found the keys to her sustainability. Kudos to her for that

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    Love Dance from DOI 2013
    http://youtu.be/9m1tABgPEp4

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeko666 View Post
    Love Dance from DOI 2013
    http://youtu.be/9m1tABgPEp4
    Exquisite performance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcd View Post
    Akiko's longevity in the sport is quite exceptional and impressive. I wonder what she has done to be able to continue at such a high level for such a long period of time. I know that she had some difficult times and health issues when she was younger. She seems to have found the keys to her sustainability. Kudos to her for that
    I think it's truly her love and passion for the sport. When she skates you feel her pain, her dedication, passion and joy. She has not lived a princess life and has faced so many adversities in her life and her career. I think that give her that appreciation for her life and her sport.

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