In "Try again" by Gille (Japanese musician) It's a documentary - like video of showing Suguri from her childhood to her life today. I haven't listened to the music yet, but the video is touching. Here's the translation of the subtitles. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3eeRXliYYE&feature=youtu.be What's your dream? She was called "An actress on ice" So many achievements (results shown) and she hit a wall To win an Olympic medal, she prepared for Vancouver. However, multiple injuries prevented her from making the Olympic team. When everybody believed she would hang up skates, she announced she would carry on. With young skaters rising, she has become the oldest eligible figure skater at 32 years old. The physical change due to age was much more than she imagined. She faced criticism for poor results. She has been excluded from the National training team, and lost all her sponsors. Her entire world has changed, working for a company and then going to train. It was hard. I want to believe in the dream I had once. So, I'll say it as many times as I have to. You can fly, you can fly away. Nothing's gonna happen if you just stand there. Start walking. With all the support, head for the international stage once more. She said "I am never going to give up. This is the way I live. What's wrong with living a dream everyday? I can't be bothered by what others say. What's wrong for wishing things I can't have?" Just sitting there and wishing won't bring anything. "Skating is my life. Through the programs, I want to show how I live my life. Fumie Suguri"