10-30-2013, 02:42 AM
Full video of Yu-Na's interview:
It's nice to see that Yu-Na looks healthy and happy
10-30-2013, 04:17 AM
I don't think she faked injury, if that's what you were thinking. Why would she want to spend a whole month without practicing in full force with the jumps, with the Olympics only 4 months away? You don't need the fly on the wall to know that, since she's not training in a private rink, there are a lot of eyes around her, all the while being under suffocating scrutiny of the Korean media, some of them known to be not always friendly to her. Besides, if healthy she could have easily gone as well with duplicating her 2009-2010 routine, carry the momentum from the lopsided win at Worlds and set herself as a prohibitive favorite early on -- I think that was what she wanted to do since she started preparation for the season quite early, forgoing her usual summer ATS shows.
Originally Posted by skateluvr
I think she still needs to be cautious, mind what happened to Osmond last week. Osmond suffered the same kind of foot injury two months prior to Kim's, still would have been better off if she had negotiated further with her early season schedule. I hope all the ladies fully recover to 100% by the end of year.
10-30-2013, 04:39 AM
10-30-2013, 05:36 AM
On the Ice
I know it is one month. (I heard that Osmond was injured at late August and was in an air cast for a while.)
Originally Posted by thinspread
Originally Posted by Robeye
10-30-2013, 06:41 AM
Yuna's Ice Rink