Tag Archives: Yuzuru Hanyu

Through the lens: Yuzuru Hanyu in Helsinki. A season that started like no other

With the injury on his right ankle, Yuzuru Hanyu’s current season looks like a carbon copy of his previous one. Except it isn’t. Yuzuru won his first Grand Prix event in Helsinki, entered the second…

Brian Orser: “As a mature skater, you’re not gonna win every competition. Pick your battles”

No doubt about it: interviewing Brian Orser is always a precious, insightful experience, a door opened to his mind and work philosophy. And this particular conversation, taking place in Moscow, during this year’s edition of…

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…

Yuzuru Hanyu in Moscow: start of his road to PyeongChang 2018

With Yuzuru Hanyu having to pull out from NHK Trophy due to injuring himself during a practice session in Osaka, Rostelecom Cup in Moscow remains his only stop in the Grand Prix circuit this season…

2017 Worlds: the illustrated story of the men’s event

Three-year distance from his first gold medal at Worlds, Yuzuru Hanyu got crowned again – in the presence of thousands of fans and their loud enthusiasm in Hartwall Arena in Helsinki. It was sheer joy…