Tag Archives: Satoko Miyahara

A journey through Carolina Kostner’s emotions at 2018 Worlds: “4th place is bitter, but it doesn’t define who I am, it doesn’t define my career”

In the press conference room in Milan, at the end of the ladies event, the effervescence among the medalists, the media is really palpable, and rightfully so: Kaetlyn Osmond has just won the first World…

2018 Olympics in PyeongChang: here’s to the ones who dream

Embed from Getty Images These Olympics have been a dream. Metaphorically – and even more so literally. In Europe you had to get up in the depth of night so you could watch live the…

Satoko Miyahara. A long and winding road to come back

Embed from Getty Images Imagine you are an athlete who has been one of the best in the world in past few years. Then imagine you have been fighting for multiple injuries that prevent you…

2015 Grand Prix Final in Barcelona: the joy has begun

Let’s start with that: glimpses from the practice sessions of the senior ladies and senior men at 2015 Grand Prix Final. It’s still December 9th in Barcelona – here are some of the (photo)stories of…

2015 Skate America: Highlights, Emotions, Remarkable Firsts. And a Bonus Prize from Inside Skating

The first Grand Prix event of the season, Progressive Skate America in Milwaukee, will enter history – the official history of the 2015/2016 skating season, but also the personal histories of the competitors – precisely…