@yukl90 Ok, I see what you mean, right. Yet the phrase is so much taken off from the context : she starts by humbly saying "Who am I to analyse those great skaters?" .
Then she is pushed by the journalist (who is olimpic champion by the way, not easy to refute the question) to the real analysis. She praises highly all people she talks about
- Yuna, Carolina, Mao, Suzuki, - and adds on a portion of criticism on each, may be 25% of every opinion. She also says she made her conclusions also by looking Mao's
traces on the ice(!). Is n't it humble enough, trying to learn from traces of great skaters? The cited phrase here, taken alone, looks like she was contesting some competition results,
which is of course not the case. Thanks for pointing.
No need for google translate