All posts tagged "Shoma Uno"
Japan Skaters Take to the Ice in Preparation for Start of Team Event
The men’s short program will kick off the team event Friday morning, followed by the rhythm dance and the pairs short...
Japan's Singles Skaters Absent Again From Training at Olympic Facility
It appears that the Japan Skating Federation’s strategy was to try and keep the skaters in Japan for as long as...
Nathan Chen Trains for Fourth Straight Day in Bid for Gold in Beijing
The three-time world champion says he’ll do five quadruple jumps in his free skate next week.
[ICE TIME] Yuma Kagiyama Takes On the Olympic Challenge with Heroes Yuzuru Hanyu, Shoma Uno
"My biggest goal for the Olympics is to make no mistakes in both the short program and the free skate. Beyond...
[ICE TIME] Yuzuru Hanyu Bidding for Immortality with Quad Axel, Third Olympic Gold Medal
“The Olympics are not a recital,” Hanyu said. “It's a place you must win. For that reason, I'll be strongly determined.”
Yuzuru Hanyu Claims Sixth Japan Title, Nearly Lands Historic Quadruple Axel
Despite two-footing the landing on the opening quad axel, Hanyu powered through the rest of his program en route to yet...
Yuzuru Hanyu Builds Big Lead at Japan Championships
The two-time Olympic champion skated to “Rondo Capriccioso” and put on a scintillating show in the men’s short program to earn...
[ICE TIME] Japan Championships Filled with Intriguing Storylines as Skaters Vie for Olympic Berths
The top-tier skaters are well known, but exciting quests are right behind as young athletes aim to earn their own spots...
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[ICE TIME] Shoma Uno Back in Spotlight with Triumph at NHK Trophy
Uno delivers a bold reminder that he remains one of the world’s premier skating stars.
Shoma Uno, Kaori Sakamoto Sweep NHK Trophy Titles for Japan
Both champions won by wide margins over the second-place finishers.
Shoma Uno, Kaori Sakamoto in First Place After Short Programs at NHK Trophy
American Vincent Zhou and Japanese teenager Mana Kawabe are both in second place heading into the free skate.
For Shoma Uno, A Strong Showing At NHK Trophy Could Clinch A GP Final Berth
“Everything is improving now and technically spiritual,” Uno said. “The most important thing I have practiced is the quadruple salchow.”