This is the results! Congratulations, medallists, and I’d like to say thank you to all the participants!!GOLD: Yuzuru Hanyu (JPN)SILVER: Patrick Chan (CAN)
BRONZE: Denis Ten (KAZ)
4: Javier Fernandez (ESP)
5: Tatsuki Machida (JPN)
6: Daisuke Takahashi (JPN)
7: Han Yan (CHN)
8: Peter Liebers (GER)
I enjoy Olympic Games because I can see many athletes from all over the world who are not very strong but have highly original minds… But I failed to record it because of the heavy snow last night (it’s rare in Tokyo). I missed many skaters. What a DISASTER! (Snow of this time is annoyingly watery. It remains in streets and it was Nordic Combined for me just to go to the station!)
I think Denis Ten made a history for Kazakhstan, after his silver medal in World championships last year. Good job! And for me, Javier Fernandez deserves to a medal as well.
About Japanese skaters.
Ghost writer problem of Samuragochi, a Japanese “deaf” composer, hit Daisuke Takahashi a few days before Sochi Olympic Games started. I suppose it was so annoying for him because the timing was too bad.
I think you did well. Have a satisfactory retirement!
Tatsuki Machida finally got the ticket to Olympic Games this season.
His result is amazing as far as I see it. He did the best!
Yuzuru Hanyu has developed himself so much. His program was impressive. As far as I see it, it is his great advantage that he is always positive to competitions and championships he participates and that he is honest and cheerful to everyone around him.
You are the champion, Yuzuru! You deserve to it! Congratulations!!
It is snowing again. The white bright fields are waiting for you.
I’ll write some about Ladies’ Single next week.