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段々とオリンピック情報が続々と入ってくるようになりました~。
かおりちゃんと舞依ちゃんの振付をしたリショーさんはおめでとうのインスタを!


そして~ジョニーがもう韓国入りしましたあああああ!
韓国で雑誌の撮影などもあるそう。
持ってきたスーツケースはなんと21個!
華やかですなあ、何かと政治色が強かったりのオリンピックなのでジョニーのような華のある存在は見ているだけで楽しい~。

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•JOHNNY WEIR•さん(@johnnygweir)がシェアした投稿 –


一足早く会場の写真やインスタストーリーなどもくるかもですね。
そのうち会場を訪れるレジェンド達とスケーター達とのお写真なども続々とくるので、情報アップアップになりますですよ。
情報遅しですが、メドベちゃんやザギトワちゃん、ボブソロなどロシア選手団が新潟に到着~(福岡のペアは話題にならないがどうしたのだろうか。。)
歓迎してもらって大喜び!
いい練習ができますように。
メドベージェワらが来日 ロシア陣、新潟で合宿2018.1.28 21:47(産経新聞)
平昌五輪のフィギュアスケートに個人資格で出場するエフゲニア・メドベージェワ選手(18)やアリーナ・ザギトワ選手(15)らが28日、平昌五輪の事前合宿を新潟市で行うため来日し、新潟空港で市の関係者や市民らから歓迎を受けた。
 午後7時ごろ、選手とコーチ、役員ら第1陣約20人が新潟空港に到着。空港にはロシア語で「ようこそ新潟へ」と書かれた横断幕が掲げられ、市民らがロシア国旗の小旗を振って出迎えた。
 女子で世界選手権2連覇中のメドベージェワ選手は花束を受け取り「長旅だったが、大歓迎を受けて気分は高揚し、とてもうれしい。家にいるような温かい気持ち。新潟で合宿に取り組み、五輪で成果を出したい」と活躍を誓った。
 ロシアの選手たちは同市中央区の新潟アサヒアレックスアイスアリーナを拠点に、2月19日まで合宿を行う。期間中、地元の子供たちとの交流イベントや練習の一般公開も予定されている。
 組織的なドーピング問題を受け、国際オリンピック委員会(IOC)は平昌五輪からのロシア選手団の除外を決定。金メダル候補のメドベージェワ選手やザギトワ選手らは国歌や国旗が使えない「ロシアからの五輪選手(OAR)」として出場する。
他にもいっぱいあるけど、今日は23時前に帰ってきたのでここまで汗汗。
以下雑感。
TSLで。。。。私はこのTSLは好きではないのだけどww、しょうま君は試合に出過ぎてプログラムに感情やパワーが不足しているように見える、と語っていたそうで。。。確かにそうかも。
と同時に、私は当初両プロリバイバルに懐疑的でそれをそのまんま書いたために様々な反応があったわけですがww懸念していたのは、まさに上記のようなことでした。。。。そう、「慣れすぎ」問題です。
そういえば、アシュリーもフリーをムーランルージュにしたら不評でしたよね。。。ボストンワールドの時はあんなにエネルギッシュでマスターピースといわれていたほどだったのに!
それはさておき、羽生君ももしNHK出て、ファイナル出て、全日本出て、四大陸。。出ないかww、団体出て、個人戦に出て、としていたら、いくらオタが「羽生君がきめたことだから!」と言っても、あまりにも多すぎて胃酸過多。。。やばかったかもしんない。。。。実はアシュリーのムーランルージュへのジャッジ反応を見て冷や汗をかいていました。
ええと、ジャッジするのはオタではなくてあくまでジャッジなのでね。。。勝負はシビアなんですお。。。
どうなるかわかりませんが、とにかく、
フィギュアスケート界は羽生君の天上のスケートに飢えているのは明白である。
ということだけ。
失ってみて人は初めて気付くものなのさ。。。ハハッ。
今回の空白期間が、バラ1とセイメイにいい風を送ってくれますように!
あと~しょま君のループの回転不足ね?
一応羽生君も気をつけた方がいいよね。。。。しょま君のごく一部のファンの方は「中国の仕業?」とかおっさっているみたいですが、単に最近いろいろかしましいので、きっちりとるようになっただけであろう。
でも、その中でも目を付けられていたのかもしれないなあ。
そうは言っても、もし何かあるとすれば、中国でもなんたら事務所でもなく(そんな力はない)、アメリカスケ連でしょう。
ええ、フィギュアスケート界はなんだかんだ言ってアメリカとカナダとヨーロッパとロシアが中心なのよ。。。ルール改正の案なんて、アジアの国が意見を聞かれたことなんてなければ気にもされてなかったことはビアンケッティさんの話しで明白。
しかーし、ディック・バトンさんを始めアメリカの重鎮達の意見書は参考にしていそうである。
そう、ネイサン君のお国ね。
バンクーバーOPではロシア杯でもユーロでもついたことがなかった繋ぎの部分のPCSの項目に、突如5点台だの6点台だのついているプロトコルをご覧あれ。
バンクーバーオリンピックリザルト

ちなみに殿にも酷い点数を付けている人がいる~。
以上です。うう、寝よう。
それでは、ではでは。
【追記】
アイスネットワークでは、ネイサン君のこんな記事が。。。ロシア杯での羽生君のことも少し触れています。。。ぐぎぎ。
うーむ、グーグル翻訳で読みましたが、結論として、北米のセンスは合わない、ということでしょうかww
芸術面の評価とか。。。。えッ皆さん本当にそう思ってます?という感想ですww
ネイサン君は何度か書いてますが、アクセルが苦手なのはほんと、致命的だとおも。。。アメリカのマスコミはそこは全く無視していますがww男子の金メダリストが皆アクセルが得意なのは理由があるのになあ。それだけSP・FS合わせて2回は失敗ジャンプになる可能性が高いわけですから。
U.S. Olympic men’s champions weigh in on Chen Boitano, Hamilton, Lysacek, Button, Jenkins awed by 18-year-old’s talent (Posted 1/29/18 by Philip Hersh, special to icenetwork)
Five of the six U.S. men’s Olympic gold medalists were in attendance at the 2018 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in San Jose, California. In the days following the competition, icenetwork asked them their overall impressions of Nathan Chen, one of the favorites for the gold medal at next month’s Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
The respondents were:
– Brian Boitano, the 1988 Olympic champion and a two-time world champion, who has followed Chen closely for years
– Evan Lysacek, the 2010 Olympic champion and 2009 world champion, who trained briefly on the same ice as Chen when the younger skater began working with Rafael Arutunian in California seven years ago. The 2018 U.S. Championships were the first time Lysacek had been in an arena to watch Chen compete.
– Scott Hamilton, the 1984 Olympic champion, four-time U.S. champion and four-time world champion, who has watched Chen compete at various levels
– Dick Button, the 1948 and 1952 Olympic champion, who got his first chance to see Chen — 70 years his junior — in person at the 2018 U.S. Championships
– Hayes Jenkins, the 1956 Olympic champion, who first saw Chen in person at the 2014 U.S. Championships in Boston, where Chen, then 14, won his second U.S. junior title
On Chen’s maturity
Boitano: I’ve liked his stuff before, but his long program this time — his positions, his fluidity, the way he holds himself — is more adult. It’s getting more adult, and it’s getting more precise. … It’s amazing that he’s able to be so precise with his jumping and have the style that he does right now. It’s pretty ahead of the ballgame.
Lysacek: When you have a technical ability as high as what he is doing, to (completely) balance that and components is virtually impossible.
When I watched him last season, I said, “Wow, he has great posture, great line, he relates to the music, he understands cadence of a program, he understands character, he has great musicality.” The way he has built both programs this season is so smart and strong that I think he has a great balance between technical and components.
Hamilton: It’s the maturity, being more comfortable in his own skin. When you’re trying to win something, it’s different than owning it — that sports cliché about it being easier getting there than staying there. He has shown it is now his (U.S.) title. There was nobody going for first place except for him. When you’ve got your competitors thinking they’re just trying to get on the podium because first is already taken, that’s a pretty good step forward.
He’s stronger, more mature, with a lot more winning under his belt. He sees the promised land now more than he could before. He knows he has a place in the world of skating. That’s step one to being able to win.
On Chen’s improvement as an artistic skater
Boitano: You can tell the difference in skaters who are actively trying to improve and those who are just giving people lip service. The guy is so intense, such a hard worker. I know that he works really hard on his jumping, and I also know he does days when he doesn’t jump and he just spins. I believe he really works on movement.
He’s so intense that he doesn’t want to leave any stone unturned. I love that intensity, and I think that’s why he’s going to be a (global) champion.
I definitely think he could become equal in artistic and technical ability. He’s so young. It’s a hard thing to time everything because (you don’t know) how long is his body going to last doing this. A lot of us come into our own in our mid-20s to early 30s…who knows if he’ll have that time window? But if he did, he would certainly be as great of an artist at about (age) 25 to 30, if he was able to make it that far.
Hamilton: He has always been able to be forward thinking. He’s still going to get technically stronger at his age. As he gets in front of more and more audiences and understands music and movement better and how to really reach into an audience, which comes early 20s for most guys, I think there is still a lot he has left to do to take his skating to its peak.
He’s still got some improving to do, even if it seems hard to believe, and Rafael has this grand scheme of how to take him to places no one has ever dreamed of. At the same time, he is going to be a stronger performer, be able to better handle music.
Button: He is already (good artistically). His line, etc., improved incredibly this year. That’s because he spent the time worrying about it.
He is a very intelligent kid. He has the right kind of understandings from both [Rafael] Arutunian (his coach) and [Marina] Zoueva (his previous coach) for creating the programs that will enhance his artistry or at least create enough to show what it is he is capable of, and he is capable of an enormous amount.
I saw an enormous difference this year in the creative sense. He had Marina Zoueva work with him. And she understands the importance of that combination of athleticism and dance and position and balletic moves. So he does, too.
Jenkins: I thought there was lot of artistry and musicality in him four years ago. Now, I think it has matured even more, and the Vera Wang outfits he wore (this year) really complemented him. The whole package was very impressive.
Everybody marvels at his quads, but I think he goes beyond the quads. I think the young man has a lot of the art of skating in him.
On Chen’s elegance
Button: I think he has improved tremendously this year. I thought he was very elegant.
I think his jumping ability is extraordinary. And I think he is very elegantly aligned this year. He improved phenomenally with the elegance of his skating.
Jenkins: The black (free skate) outfit made the jumping more elegant because he has good form on his jumps. They are very tight, the legs are straight, they all flow nicely, and it all shows up much better when you have a complete line, as he did with the black outfit. It accentuates his line.
On Chen’s mental toughness
Backstory: The day before the start of the men’s competition in San Jose, Boitano witnessed an awful practice session Chen had, one in which he made significant errors on more than half of his jump attempts. Then, Chen went on to land all seven of his quad attempts cleanly in the short program and free skate. (His only jump mistakes were on a triple axel in each program.)
Boitano: His music started, and he fell on his first two quads. He stopped (for a few seconds) and then continued. He didn’t seem upset. I was sitting there thinking how hard it would be as a skater to have a practice like this and maintain your confidence. You rely on how you practice for confidence. All I could think about was, “Man, how does a guy make it back from a practice like this?” … He obviously didn’t have a problem with it.
Lysacek: A lot of skaters, [a bad practice] would ruin their week. The Brians and Michelles and Scotts of the world, they don’t get rattled.
Nathan is mentally strong. That’s the kind of athlete I would hope to see representing our country in the Olympics in any sport.
Hamilton: I do think he is getting stronger. He’s mentally very, very tough. He has shown a high level of consistency this year (Chen has won all five of his competitions, including the Grand Prix Final), with no big disasters. Just watching him as he goes out on the ice, it seems he expects to do everything. He lands his fifth quad in his long program, and he’s not fist pumping, jumping up and down. There’s not that wondering if he’s going to land them — I just expect him to.
On Chen’s ability to perform under pressure
Boitano: Those were the best landings I’ve seen (for Nathan this season), and he did it in a pressure situation, while skating last (in the free skate). … I mean, the guy is a monster.
Lysacek: Because of the difficulty of skating — and a lot of that is thanks to skaters like Nathan that have pushed the envelope and raised the bar technically — the sport has become even more mental than it was before. It’s cool to see a skater like Nathan that has the ability to deliver under an immense amount of pressure. Seeing the excitement around him, the way they (television) promote him coming out later to skate — there’s a lot of pressure on his shoulders to carry U.S. men’s skating, if not U.S. figure skating, as a whole.
It seems like he’s better than ever in competition, when the pressure is on. That reminds me of great champions like Michelle Kwan and Brian Boitano and Scott Hamilton. Every one of the greats in U.S. figure skating had that ability to deliver under pressure, and they really thrived in that moment.
A lot is changing for Nathan. When you go from an elite athlete to one who is winning major international and domestic championships, you are no longer free. You skate with a new weight on your shoulders, the pressure of expectations. I think Nathan has found a perfect balance (between) the components and the technical side of skating, and he has been able to deliver.
Jenkins: He has been at it a while, and he should be a seasoned competitor at this point. In terms of the maturity of being a competitor, that doesn’t surprise me. He has been through the wars. He knows what it is all about and, by this time, he has figured out how to deal with the pressures.
On the expectations Chen has for himself
Boitano: I can see he’s more angry at himself for making mistakes not because he’s going to have a poor placement — it’s just that it’s hard (for him) to live with himself. (He thinks), “I turned out of that triple axel. I can’t believe I turned out of that triple axel.” I’m sure that that was what was going through his head when he was taking his bow the other night (during the men’s free skate in San Jose). He hits all these quads and he’s like, “That darn triple axel.”
Hamilton: Knowing he was sick and the (poor) practices he was having, I was trying to temper expectations. But then he went out and threw it down. So I just get this impression he is so incredibly strong and tough, expects to win, expects to land the jumps, expects to perform well — and that it would be a real strange occurrence if it didn’t go as planned.
On Chen’s mastery of the quad
Lysacek: When I have seen him practice, he’s a machine. He’s doing quads by the 10s and 20s.
Jenkins: I marvel at what Nathan and other guys are doing with the quads, particularly the ease with which he rolls them off. What he is doing is brilliant.
I don’t think people truly understand, unless you have been a skater yourself, the difficulty of what he’s doing.
On Chen’s competitiveness
Lysacek: I loved seeing him at the beginning of the season (Rostelecom Cup) against the reigning Olympic champion, Yuzuru Hanyu, to not back down, to throw every trick he had against him and let the chips fall, and they fell in Nathan’s favor. That showed an incredible competitive nature.
On Chen’s Olympic prospects
Hamilton: It seems like he is in a pretty good place to do extremely well at the Olympics. I would think he’d medal if he skates anywhere near how he skated at nationals.
Lysacek: If I were having to compete against him, I think I would be pretty scared going into the Olympics.

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  1. メアリー より:

    こんにちは~(*^-^*)
    日本の3人娘♪かわゆいですね。
    3人揃っての表彰台めちゃ誇らしいです!!
    今朝の読売新聞に昌磨が昨秋に左足の軽い肉離れを発症していたことが書かれてました。プログラムが体に染み込んでいないと不満を持ち続けて悩んだ末に昨シーズンの3種類4本の構成に戻したそうで。
    シーズンスタートからどんどん調子が崩れていきましたもんね。
    疲れは相当あったんでしょうね。
    そしてOP直前に4Lo回転不足判定。画面カウンターには基礎点+出来栄えもばっちしついてましたがね。。。
    なんだか時期が時期だけにやな予感。
    バンクーバーのリザルトリンクありがとうございます。
    見たとたん、なんじゃこりゃ~~~と声がでてしまいました。
    めちゃめちゃ露骨にプル様のTRがっつり下げてありますね。ははは。
    アメリカスケ連?アメリカジャッジの強力な根回しが功を奏した結果ですな。
    羽生くんのリバイバルプロについてですが確かに5、6試合続くとさすがに胸やけしていたかも。PGはある意味生ものですね。賞味期限というか賞味期間?というか。使う時期を間違うとヤバイですね。
    最後に今日シュプール目当て(フモさんとランビの記事)で書店に行ったんですが、何十年ぶりかにダンスマガジンが目に留まりましてね。
    特別企画「氷上の華フィギュアスケート」という記事が載ってたんです。
    パラパラとめくるとなんと15Pもあるじゃないですか!
    立ち読みは無理なんで購入しましたが、キエフバレエ団で20年以上リーディングソリストとして活躍された田北志のぶさん(スケートも6歳から小学6年生まで福原美和先生の指導をうけ同世代には佐藤有香、八木沼純子さんがおられたそうな)プリマバレリーナに聞くバレエ音楽PGというものでして。
    まずブラックスワン・ドンキホーテのザキトワの事は手の使い方を始めバレエの経験がまだあまりないことが見て取れるがよく踊れていると。
    ドンキは振付がまとまりきらず、ひとつひとつのステップがまだ滑り切れていない印象を受ける。手足が長いだけにラインができていないと余計に目立ってしまうと💦
    SPは腕の先まで振付られていて意識がきちんと行き届いている、素晴らしい才能をもった選手なので指導者次第でこれからも良くなると思う。
    同じブラックスワンでもケイトリンには北米系というかロシアの繊細さと違ってもっと強さとたくましさを持っています。←これ前ちいこさんが書かれていた健康黒鳥でしたっけ?思い出して笑ってしまいました。
    そしてやはりこの人羽生結弦。EX(スワン)では安心して滑れるんでしょうね。ジャンプに芯があって高い。彼は中性的で昔のマラーホフを思わせるところがあって本当に綺麗です。ほう~~バレリーナがみても本当に綺麗とは( *´艸`)
    マラーホフは私も20年くらい前に実際に見たんですが、すごい高い跳躍なのに着地する時まったく音がしないんです。無音。
    小さなころから徹底的にメソッドを叩き込まれたからでしょうね。
    普通のダンサーはめっちゃ音しますから。
    あとは町田さんはべた褒めです。ドン・キホーテのポーズは熊川哲也さんをすごく意識しているように見えるそうです。きっとバレエをやっていても上手だったでしょうねと。もしバレエを踊るとしたらどんな踊りをするか気になります。いっそスケートで全幕作品を作ってくれたらいいのにとも思うと。いやあ~~。凄いですね。ここまで言わすとはね。
    他にも高橋大輔、樋口新葉、シャオユウちゃん、オクサナバイウルやジョンカリーなどについても触れてらっしゃいます。
    ロヒーンさんと天野真さんのインタビュー記事もありました。
    興味深い内容だったので書いちゃいました。
    長々と失礼しました。
    PS:田北さんは羽生くんのSEIMEIは世界に日本を見せる、いわば勝ちに行くプログラムという感じがしますと。オリンピックは普段スケートを見ない人も見ますもんね。どうか羽生君自身が思い描いた通りの納得のいく演技ができますように!!

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