2 gold medals

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Hi guys it’s me again


I’m Lynn 19 years old Thai girl who hate doing sports until Yuri!!! On ice changed my life.

I’ve finished my first figure ice skating competition last week and it was Amazing!
I got 2 gold medals one from my solo program and another one from jump and spin team with my girl friend
Can’t believe this happened to me😭😭

First time I watched YOI make me really wanna do Figure skating even I don’t like to do sports but I decided to become a Figure skater at this age//sound a little bit too late but shit I do what I want ⛸⛸

I never thought it’d be easy but shit this’s hard😂

I was afraid of Ice in my first month of training but my coach always cheered me up until I can skate on the ice with out shaking

I’ll skip about my training cause it’s too long and so boring af all about i fall I cry I thought I shouldn’t doing this i feel bad because im the oldest student here who fuking suck someone at the rinks talking shit about me cause im suck blah blah my muscles hurt so bad cause ive to straight my legs blah blah blah just skip it

After 7 months my first competition was started
I wasn’t thinking im gonna win but i do did my best. When I finished my program I ran to the score board and BAM 💥 i screamed like someone is step on my feet 😂😂😂 omg im at the 1st place.
My coach was pretty proud of me so are dad, girlfriend, friends who always help me

My first competition was CMIceskatingseries2017 It was a small competition but it’s a good start
//BTW Ive meet a lot of skaters from the same rink as Pichit-kun OMG THEY ARE SO FUKING GREAT

Isn’t it wonderful how the Anime can inspired you to do a new thing, get a new experience that you never think of before
I know im not gonna go far as Yuri im too old and start too late for GPF or Olympic but i can still have fun with another competition and have fun with Figure skating
I may just do Figure skating cause i was inspired from Anime at first but now i can say i do love this sport so much

Thanks Yuri!!! On ice for changing this fan girl life

Thanks you for reading
And yes We were born to make history

XOXO

Ps. These are some pictures from the program
Woman in the last picture is my coah

Things that need to happen in Yuri!!! on Ice season 2

Viktor’s backstory
Yuri gold medal win
Yurio’s parent’s story
Minami progressing further
2nd kiss
OtaYuri
Otabek, Chris, Phichit & JJ character developments
Yakov & Viktor’s relationship
GOOD OPENING/ENDING (plz)
Bigger animation budget
Victuuri living in Russia
New programs/music
OUTFITS
Welcome to the Madness
Yuri/Yurio bromance
MAKKACHIN being MAKKACOOL
New characters
WEDDING
Viktor getting better at being a coach
Domesticity
3rd kiss
Yuri learning to choreograph his own shit, and defining his own style

Medal Count (WAG)

United States: 4 medals (1 Gold, 3 Silvers)

Russia: 3 medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)

Germany: 2 medals (1 Gold, 1 Bronze)

China: 1 medal (Gold)

Japan: 1 medal (Gold)

Canada: 1 medal (Silver) + Prize of Elegance

Switzerland: 1 medal (Bronze)

Belgium: 1 medal (Bronze)

Great Britain: 1 medal (Bronze)

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Welcome to the Early Civilization! Here are the goals for this era.

GOALS

  • Reach level 10 Charisma, Painting and Writing skill on the same Sim – 1 points
  • Earn 5 000 simoleons from playing music for tips – 2 points
  • Earn a gold medal on a house party, with the maximum number of guests - 2 points
  • Display at least 100 unique in-game collectibles on your challenge lot - 2 points
    Time-limited collectibles, such as Easter Eggs, do not count.
  • Have the same Sim write 10 books of Bestseller quality – 3 points
Ski Jumping Awards - Austria

1. Athlete of the season (male): Stefan Kraft. This choice was obvious. He is 2 times world champion, won overall and flying classifications. He holds world record. This season was the best in his career.

Originally posted by skijumping8

2. Athlete of the season (female): Daniela Iraschko-Stolz. She was six in overall classification, was in TOP 6 in Lahti and won silver in mixed-team competition.

3. Team of the season: Manuel Fettner, Michael Hayböck, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Stefan Kraft. This is the team that won bronze in Lahti. Almost always on podium. 

4. Top newcomer/breakthrough: Markus Schiffner. Best season in his career. He was on the team when Austria won team competition in Oslo (first time since 2014). He achived his best result ever (11th place in Bischofshofen) 

5. Most impressive win of the season: Stefan Kraft, overall. The fight between Kamil and Stefan was intense and emotional, but it was Stefan who won it. 

6. Best competition: Lahti (all of men’s competition) and Oslo team. Lahti was just marvelous, so just pretend that it was one big cometition.

Originally posted by poleagles

I needed to add Oslo, because it was the first time since 2013 when they won team event. It was just heartwarming. 

7. Best podium: Oberstdorf (4HT). The beginning of everyone’s favourite tournament and already two Austrians on podium. Not just normal Austrians but Kraftböck. Seeing them being happy for each other was just everything. (#never forget about Krafti’s fake beer).

8. Best Jump: Stefan Kraft 253,5 meters, Vikersund. After a wonderful jump of Robert Johansson, Stefan proved that world record doesn’t have to be in Norwgians hands. This jump flight was just phenomenal. 

9. Most touching moment: Stefan Kraft winning his 2 gold medals and Gregor Schlierenzauer comeback. Again it’s a tie. These two moments are just too heartwarming to not to adding them both here. Stefan is a part of history now. Winning on the both hills is something unusual. It proves that right now he’s one of the very best in this sport.

Originally posted by sjf-forever

Gregor’s comeback was just so emotional, because he was part of the ‘Golden team’. After one year he decided to come back in Wisła. He worked so hard to be able to do that. I know this year wasn’t the best for him, but that was just a warm up. Be ready!

Originally posted by kulkowa


10. OTP of the season: Kraftböck. There was no other option. Simple as that.

Originally posted by skijumpingyeah

11. Crush of the season: Manuel Fettner. I think that in this season everybody finnaly saw how handsome he is (and he can pull of the beanie). There is something misterious about him and i guess that’s why he is the crush of the season.

Originally posted by annyoingkid

Ski Jumping Awards: 
Poland

Things Charlotte said that I will remember...

Not exact quotes of course, just paraphrasing.

1. BE BRAVE.
2. Short reins win gold medals.
3. Transitions! Forward and back, forward and back, over and over in trot and canter.
4. You don’t need long legs to succeed.
5. Any horse can be a spectacular horse.
6. FORWARD. Don’t be afraid to do some yee-hawing!! (That’s what she calls it)
7. Repeat. Do it until you get it as close to perfect as you can before you end your ride.
8. Shoulder in and travers is very helpful in trot and canter.
9. THUMBS ON TOP. No hand bag hands!!
10. Use your legs, and keep them on.
11. You do not need a fancy horse to do well. She herself does not spend over 15,000 euros on horses (she said that on Friday apparently).
12. If someone says that a horse ‘can’t’, she will automatically want to ride it.

More to come as I remember them and find them in notes!

REMINDER:
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was just 26 years old when he lead the Montgomery Bus Boycott,
Malcom X was only 28 years old when he became leader of Temple #11,
Malala won the Nobel Peace Prize this year at age 17,
Gabby Douglas was 16 years old when she won 2 gold Olympic medals and became the first black woman in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion.
Anne Frank died at 15 and became the face of the victims of the Holoaust, and her diary has became one of the most translated books ever.
—  Young people, remember you are powerful and can change this world. Every revolution starts with the voice of the young people. So never give up and keep working hard for what you believe in!
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“Both my parents were Chinese national athletes. My father was a gold medalist in the ‘78 games. My mother was the world champion in '82. I did fencing 7-8 years, too. I was playing basketball at school when I had the opportunity in December of 2012 to be cast by JYP. I passed the auditions, but both my parents opposed it. As a joke my father said that if I became Asia’s best he would send me to Korea. Four months later I won 2 gold medals at the Asia Junior Competition. That’s how I was able to come to Korea