Yuzuru participated in the August 28 program あ さ イ チ - Special “premium talk” on TV Asaichi. The Angelica Yuzuru (
( Yuzuru Hanyu International Fan Group
) is translating into English gradually as the program was a bit long. Gradually
will post your translations along with translations into Portuguese
will always do that with the help of Google Translate. I saw the
program here in Brazil despite not understanding almost nothing loved
the climate program and how Yuzuru behaved, he proved again that he is a
born communicator. If Yuzuru may want to pursue a career in television quietly. He always says he is nervous, but if it’s true he does not let transpire in any way. What I liked was that the program allowed us to know a little more of Yuzuru, all in a noninvasive way. Who
knew Yuzuru asks tor some of the luster of his clothes? Or he rolled to
do their homework? Or when measuring Yuzuru really? While still remain
in doubt. I must also highlight the Yuzuru of clothing that was beautiful from head to toe. Well
let’s get to the videos and translations, thanks as always to Yuzuru of
fans around the world for help.
4th place: “Phantom of the Opera” (Free Skate at the World Team Trophy, April 17th, 2015)
In my homecountry, Brazil, African religions have deep roots. Some of them use witchcrafts to “beat” their enemies, bringing to their lifes all kinds of plagues.
That said, once I saw Yuzu’s journey on the 2014-2015 season, I concluded that he was targeted by some deep witchcraft. Holy damn.
Back injury making him withdraw from Finlandia, THAT NASTY THING at China, unexpected and risky surgery after Nationals and sprained ankles. What the hell! Just by hearing that, you could say that it was a wasted season, but he was still able to win Nationals, the GPF and be the runner up at Worlds, missing the gold by three points. Three fucking points. With only two weeks of practice. And no quad at the free skate…
And at the end of this rollercoaster, Yuzuru was able to, FINALLY, skate his Phantom program cleanly. He got more points at Barcelona, mainly because he landed two quads there (at WTT, he turned his quad toe into a triple, as you may see), but it was in Tokyo that he got a performance closer to what he wanted, and in front of his homecrowd, helping Team Japan to get bronze at the competition.
I just hope that his performance as Abe No Seimei is able to keep the bad spirits faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar away from our Ice Prince.