Hanyu Yuzuru is a Japanese figure skater born on December 7, 1994. He has been a four-time Japanese national senior champion, the 2014 Olympic gold medallist, and the 2018 Olympic gold medallist. Hanyu was born in Sendai on December 7, 1994.
what is Yuzuru Hanyu first name ?
Yazuru Hanyu First name is Hanyu and his personal name is Hanyu Yuzuru. His name in Japanese language is ” 羽生 結弦 “
Does Yuzuru Hanyu have any siblings?
He has an older Sister who is three years older than him. His Sister once participated in ice hockey but gave it up because she tore her meniscus.
Does Yuzuru Hanyu have a sister ?
Yes, Saya Hanyu is the sister of Yuzuru. He is the second and younger child to father Hidetoshi Hanyu.
Hanyu’s given name came from the desire of his father so he would “live a dignified way like a tightly drawn bowstring”.
Early life and career of Yuzuru Hanyu
Does Yuzuru Hanyu have asthma ?
At age two, Hanyu was diagnosed with asthma. He would get better with time but it remained an issue well into his career in junior competition. Canadian choreographer David Wilson has stated that it wasn’t until Hanyu’s transition into adult competition that he had success dealing with his endurance issues caused by his asthma and experienced in the later parts of his performing programs as a junior.
Yuzuru Hanyu is a Japanese figure skater who has won two Olympic gold medals, two world championships, and three Four Continents championships. He is also a six-time Japanese national champion and has medaled at five other World Championships.
He won the gold medal in the men’s singles event at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. He also won the gold medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia and the 2017 World Figure Skating Championships held in Helsinki, Finland.
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He’s the first man to have received over 100 points in the men’s short program, over 200 points in the men’s free skate, and over 300 total points in competition. And he’s also the first male singles skater to achieve a Super Slam, having won all major competitions in both his senior and junior career.
But if you’re just getting into skating and want to know what it takes to be great at it, then there are some things you should learn from Yuzuru Hanyu.
Here are some of his best tips for success:
1) Stay humble. Don’t let your ego get too big!
2) Be confident in yourself—but not cocky! You need to believe that you can do something before you try it out… but don’t let your confidence get out of control or else you’ll mess up!
3) Practice makes perfect! Try different things until you find something that works for YOU (not anyone else), and keep practicing until it becomes second nature
Hanyu began skating at the age of four after his sister’s coach Mami Yamada had suggested he try the sport instead of being a nuisance during his sister’s training. In 2009, he made his junior international debut on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) series, placing eighth in his first event. The following season, he won gold at both of his JGP assignments, took silver at the 2010 World Junior Championships, and earned a spot for Japan in the men’s event at the 2011 World Championships.
In April 2012, Hanyu won his first senior national title and placed second to Yuzuru’s teammate, Daisuke Takahashi at the 2012 World Championships. At 15 years old he was the youngest skater ever to win an Olympic gold medal in men’s singles when he captured gold at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Yuzuru Hanyu Achievements
|1||November 3, 2018||106.69||SP||“Otoñal”||2018 Grand Prix of Helsinki||Helsinki||Hanyu broke Shoma Uno‘s record from September 2018.|
|2||November 4, 2018||190.43||FS||Origin||Hanyu broke Nathan Chen‘s record from October 2018.|
|3||November 4, 2018||297.12||Total||—||Hanyu broke Nathan Chen’s record from October 2018.|
|4||November 16, 2018||110.53||SP||“Otoñal”||2018 Rostelecom Cup||Moscow||Hanyu became the first skater in the new +5/-5 system to score above 110 points.|
|5||March 23, 2019||206.10||FS||Origin||2019 World Championships||Saitama||Hanyu broke Shoma Uno’s record from February 2019 and became the first skater to score above 200 points in the new +5/-5 scoring system.|
|6||March 23, 2019||300.97||Total||—||Hanyu became the first skater to score above 300 points in the new +5/-5 scoring system.|
|7||February 7, 2020||111.82||SP||Ballade No. 1||2020 Four Continents||Seoul|