What happened to Yuzuru Hanyu at the 2014 Cup of China?
The 2014 Cup of China During the six-minute warmup before the free skate, Hanyu had a collision with China’s Han Yan. The scary crash left him on his back, unable to breathe, and blood smeared across his neck and face from a cut on his chin. He was carried off the rinkside, where he received first aid.
Who won Cup of China 2014?
|2014 Cup of China|
|Venue:||Shanghai Oriental Sports Center|
|Men’s singles: Maxim Kovtun|
|Ladies’ singles: Elizaveta Tuktamysheva|
Is Yuzuru Hanyu still skating?
Hanyu Yuzuru retires from competitive figure skating, says Olympics is “proof that I lived” The 27-year-old GOAT of men’s figure skating calls it a career after three Olympic Winter Games, two gold medals and one unforgettable attempt at history with the quadruple Axel.
Did Yuzuru Hanyu survive an earthquake?
Double Olympic figure-skating champion Yuzuru Hanyu battled his emotions on Saturday to open up on the trauma he suffered in surviving the deadly 2011 Japan earthquake.
What happened to Hanyu?
The Japan Skating Federation today confirmed in a statement that “(Hanyu’s) sprain of the right ankle joint injured at the Beijing Olympics has not been completely healed,” adding that Miura Kao would replace Hanyu in Montpellier. The 2022 World Figure Skating Championships will take place from 21 to 27 March.
Why Yuzuru Hanyu retire?
“After the Beijing Olympics when I got home, I couldn’t skate because of the pain in the ankle,” he said Tuesday, according to Olympics.com. “I thought about all kinds of things then, but I felt that I don’t need to be on this stage forever.”
Will Yuzuru retire after Olympics?
Yuzuru Hanyu, a two-time Olympic champion and arguably the greatest male singles figure skater in history, announced his retirement on Tuesday at age 27. “I’ll no longer be able to be compared with other competitors,” he said in a Tokyo news conference, according to a Kyodo News translation.
Will Yuzuru Hanyu compete at Worlds 2022?
Both Yuzuru Hanyu and Nathen Chen will be absent from the 2022 World Figure Skating Championships with the former missing out on the event in Montpellier, France, because of an ankle injury he picked up at the Winter Olympics and the latter due to an undisclosed injury Watch the action on Eurosport and discovery+.