Tag Archives: Yuzuru Hanyu

#TheCave. My ode to practice rinks

Simple as that: the practice rink at 2017 Worlds, aka #TheCave, holds some of my best memories from the week in Helsinki – so I decided to honor it in a story. Can you blame…

The battle of the hundreds: the men’s short program at 2017 Worlds

Carried away with the intensity of the men’s short program at 2017 Worlds we might have forgotten for a second that never in the history of the event we had, on the intermediate podium, three…

The Big Moments of the Worlds in Boston – and the little (but relevant) stories among them

Let’s start with that: close your eyes for a couple of seconds – and think about the biggest moments of this year’s edition of the Worlds. What do you see? I see (and almost hear)…

Edges, lines, emotions: my week at 2015 Grand Prix Final

For five entire days, I lived in a bubble. Didn’t know what time was, didn’t know what day was. It was the time of skating, actually – a suspended time, made of beauty, emotions, graceful…

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…