Tag Archives: Yuzuru Hanyu

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…

An out of this world Yuzuru Hanyu broke record after record in Nagano

Let me put it this way: is there a record Yuzuru Hanyu can’t break? After this year’s edition of NHK Trophy in Japan, the answer is a definite No. The 20-year-old skater from Sendai (he’ll…

2015 Skate Canada: Comebacks, Firsts, Revelations. Inside Skating gold medal goes to…

Unlike the previous Grand Prix event, with its long list of remarkable firsts, 2015 Skate Canada was more about the expected wins of the favorites (in pairs and ice dancing) and about particular comebacks (the…