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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…

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…

PHOTO GALLERY Yuzuru Hanyu at the 2015 Grand Prix Final in Barcelona

And just because one story on Yuzuru Hanyu and his records is not enough to host all the pictures we took in Barcelona, allow us to do a (photo) recap of the Japanese’s presence at…

Yes, he can. His Majesty Yuzuru Hanyu

And now it’s 110.95, the World record score for the men’s short program, 219.48 for the free and 330.43 for the combined total. And for those asking themselves if Yuzuru Hanyu would ever replicate his…