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A compilation of all the skater cameos in Yuri!!! on Ice:

These little shoutouts to the real figure skating world amused me greatly while watching the anime, so I’ve decided to mash them all into one post:

Yuzuru Hanyu - Sochi 2014 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2014 World Champion, four time Grand Prix Final Champion (2013-16), two-time Four Continents silver medalist (2011, 2013), four time Japanese National Champion (2013-2016), current world record holder for highest short program, free skate, and combined score. 

Stephane Lambiel - two-time World Champion (2005–2006), the 2006 Olympic Silver Medalist, a two-time Grand Prix Champion (2005, 2007), and a nine-time Swiss national champion (2001–08, 2010).

Nobunari Oda -  2006 Four Continents Champion, a four-time Grand Prix Final medalist (silver in 2009 and 2010; bronze in 2006 and 2013), 2008 Japanese National Champion. Now works as a professional skater and TV commentator, and also specifically requested to appear on Yuri!!! on Ice (I’m still laughing, what a dork) 

Evgeni Plushenko - four-time Olympic Medalist (2006 gold, 2014 team gold, 2002 & 2010 silver), three time World Champion (2001, 2003, 2004), a seven-time European Champion (2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2012), a four-time Grand Prix Final Champion (1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2004–05), and a ten-time Russian National Champion (1999–2002, 2004–2006, 2010, 2012–2013)

Florent Amodio - 2011 European Champion, a four-time French National champion (2010, 2013-2015), and the 2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion

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Introduction Post: Yuzuru Hanyu

I am a bit confused as to why I was asked to do this since I thought there are quite a lot of posts out there already, but… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

So sit down, grab a blanket, and have some popcorn; this is going to be long.

‘Cause we’ll be talking about this nerd:

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“GPF men’s competition just showed that no one is a shoe in anymore. The young generation, just as easily as they can splat, can roar back with technical content that only the Big 3 can dream of. It’s either going to make for one amazing men’s Olympic event or Sochi 2.0. Fingers crossed for the first option!” 

This guy here is actually Yuzuru Hanyu a 21 years old Japanese figure skater who competes in the men’s singles discipline. He is the 2014 Olympic champion, the 2014 World champion, a three-time Grand Prix Final champion (2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16), two-time Four Continents silver medalist (2011, 2013), the 2010 World Junior champion, the 2009–10 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, and a four-time Japanese national champion (2013–2016). He also have other three medals at three other World Championships ( 2012bronze, 2015 and 2016 silver). –Wikipedia

So I was just thinking about everything Yuzuru, Javier & Nam have achieved since training with Brian Orser

Yuzuru: A Four Continents Silver Medal (2013), a Grand Prix Final Silver Medal (2012), 3 National Championships (2012, 2013, 2014), 2 Grand Prix Final Titles (2013, 2014), a Winter Olympic Games Gold Medal (2014), a World Championship Title (2014), a World Championship Silver Medal (2015).

Javier: 3 European Championships (2013, 2014, 2015), a Grand Prix Final Bronze (2011) and Silver (2014) Medal, 4 National Championships (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014), 2 World Championships Bronze Medals (2013, 2014), A World Championship Title (2015).

Nam: A World Junior Championship (2014), A National Championship (2015).

So the award for best coach ever goes to…

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Yuzuru HANYU | ISU Grand Prix Final 2015/16 | 12.12.2015 | 330.43

Patrick CHAN | ISU GP Trophee Bompard 2013 | 16.11.2013 | 295.27

Javier FERNANDEZ | ISU Grand Prix Final 2015/16 | 12.12.2015 | 292.95

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One of those rare videos I can find in YouTube were we can see a Medal Ceremony.  This was for the Grand Prix Final, medal ceremony for Ice Dance.  Meryl and Charlie collect their fifth consecutive gold medal in a Grand Prix Final.

It’s time to launch the Role Model lineup for our September 10th fashion show during NY FASHION WEEK!

Our first Role Model is Meryl Davis, Olympic Gold Medalist and winner of Dancing With The Stars!

Meryl began skating at the age of 5, she then met her future ice dancing partner, Charlie White, and won a silver metal at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, in 2010 and 2012 she was a World Silver Metalist, she won the World Championship in 2011 and 2013, Meryl was a five-time Grand Prix Final Champion in 2009-2013, a three-time Four Continents Champion and a six-time U.S. National Champion. Meryl and Charlie were also the first Americans to win ice-dancing gold at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

We are beyond lucky to have this beautiful, talented woman walk our runway!

Watch Meryl totally rock the rink:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lrFwokp3z48