I agree that Brian Orser deserved credit.
But there're some others.
- Many former Korean coaches - Basic skills and jumps.
- Tracy Wilson - Stroking skills, expression and all-round skating quality.
- Astrid Shrubb - Spins.
- David Wilson - Expression, joy of skating, music, musicals, movies and choreography.
- Jae-Hyeong Song and other Korean physical therapists - Rehabilitation and off ice training.
the most important is Yuna loves to train with young Korean skaters and her current coaches, enjoys life in Seoul with family and KSU guarantees her training environment and private life completely.
I know you all want much more perfect Yuna as a skater but you know? She will retire in two and a half months.
This too will pass away.
Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them. – Publilius Syrus
Kim Takes Golden Spin To Zagreb (competition recap and photos): http://blog.europeonice.com/?eid=441
ETA: Kim Yu-na Mulls Final Tune-up at Home Before Olympics
Kim Yu-na ... said at a press conference on Monday, "No matter how well you do in practice, it's how you perform in competitions that really matter."
Kim said she may compete at the national championships, which will be held at an ice rink in Gyeonggi Province from Jan. 3 to 5, if she decides to fit in one last event before the fast-approaching Winter Games.
She has already ruled out the possibility of appearing at the 2014 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Taipei from Jan. 20 to 26. As the event only leaves a week's rest before the opening of the Olympics on Feb. 7, she said she does not want to feel burned out psychologically or physically.
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"Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden
Yuna has apparently confirmed her participation at Korean Nationals, which are being held Jan 3-5. She put in the paperwork over the weekend.
So it looks like we will be seeing her at least once more before Sochi.
Yuna seems to be following a very similar game plan to that of last season, a B comp, then Nationals, then the Big Enchilada.