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Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by aftershocks, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. Zemgirl

    Zemgirl Well-Known Member

    I checked a Dai fan forum and they seem to think it's true (apparently there are reports from other sources). What can he possibly be thinking? :scream:

    Does Morozov have embarrassing pictures of everyone in skating or something? I wouldn't be surprised actually.
  2. kittyjake5

    kittyjake5 Well-Known Member

    Nothing surprises me anymore.

    If I was told 2 months ago that Igor would be fired I would say that the source was losing its mind. Now this news about Dai. If it is true what must Dai be
  3. Marta24

    Marta24 Well-Known Member

    God, I just hope that he can use Nichol/Camerlengo as choreographers and Morosov is just responsible for the technical elements. I mean, look at Leonova's FS, Daisuke is way too talented for a programm like that.
  4. jiggs

    jiggs Well-Known Member

    Oh nooooo :( Why Dai, why :eek:????

    Still hoping this is just a rumour ...
  5. sleepypanda

    sleepypanda Member

    Isn't Daisuke rehearsing for this weekend's Dream on Ice shows right now?
  6. babayaga

    babayaga Well-Known Member

    I thought there was information earlier that he will go to Lori Nicol for choreography. If that's still true, it might be not too bad..
  7. Pratfall

    Pratfall Active Member

    This is terrible. ..I'm heartbroken. Just heartbroken.
  8. BittyBug

    BittyBug Dispirited

    Agree. I am in ten million depressions over this rumor. :fragile:
  9. Hedwig

    Hedwig WoolSilk Fanatic

    I dont like Morosov but his hip hop program for Dai was awesome!!
  10. Pratfall

    Pratfall Active Member

    It's not a rumor anymore..there was an article in the Russian press.

    I can't stand it.
  11. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

    It's obvious the little wizard brings the best out of everyone, even Morozov... ;)
  12. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

    Cheer up, cheer up, maybe all is not lost! Look what Tanya Flade posted here.

    All of a sudden the thought of Dai working with Nichol sounds like a dream!!! :rofl:
  13. The Accordion

    The Accordion Well-Known Member


    This is true! So although this is not good news IMO - Dai will continue to astound no matter what!
  14. spikydurian

    spikydurian Well-Known Member

    Dai is an accomplished skater. He will do well with whoever he works with. Looking forward to his forthcoming programs.
  15. Bournekraatzfan

    Bournekraatzfan Well-Known Member

    4STh posted this in the GSD:


    I can't wait to see what they come up with! And I agree with spikydurian and The Accordion, he will be awesome with anything he is given. I can't imagine anything he can't do.

    Also, I really, really want him to skate an exhibition to "Smooth Criminal" by Michael Jackson.
  16. Sylvia

    Sylvia Prepping for club comp. season!

  17. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

    And now IFS FB claims Daisuke has confirmed that he will indeed work with Lori Nichol! Any other source confirming this? It seems rather strange.
  18. Karpenko

    Karpenko Not Impressed.

    Great, now all he needs is Belbin's mom to start designing his costumes and I'm in absolute heaven.

  19. kittyjake5

    kittyjake5 Well-Known Member

    Dai's SP as performed at FOI


    Dai arrived in Russia on September 6. He will be training with Morozov and his group for about 3 weeks. The training camp is taking place at Novogorsk Training Center which is a top notch facility.

    Still no information regarding his LP.
  20. Judy

    Judy Active Member

    I'm a Patrick Chan fan but it's hard not to love this guy :)
    kittyjake5 and (deleted member) like this.
  21. DreamSkates

    DreamSkates Well-Known Member

    I'm a fan too, enjoy watching him more than any other male skater today. Hope he goes for gold and next Olys!
  22. galaxy

    galaxy Active Member

    Dai's popularlity is getting crazier and crazier in Japan. Every time he is in a show or a competition, it's getting harder to get a ticket, particularly when you choose a seat or a day. For instance, for Shizuka's "Friends on Ice" (Aug. 24-26) his fans had to fight through fierce battles of grabbing tickets. :D
    One of the reasons is that there are only 2 more seasons fans can see him as an eligible ( Dai said he is going to quit after Sochi.) and there are only 4 more competition programs of him we can see. His coach Utako Nagamitsu said it makes her sad when she thinks about she can see only 4 more programs of Dai from now.
  23. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

  24. kittyjake5

    kittyjake5 Well-Known Member

    ^Thank you. Dai looks great! Wish the video was longer tho.
  25. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

  26. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

  27. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

    Congrats to Daisuke and Team Japan for winning Japan Open

    1 Takahashi 172.06
    4T 4T<(2foot)-1T 3A 3A-3T 3Lo 3S 3Lz-2T-2Lo 3F

    2 Kozuka 165.08
    4T 4T(stepout+hands) 3A 3A-2T-2Lo 3F 3Lo 3Lz-3T(turn) 3S

    3 Buttle 160.86
    3F-3T 3A 3Lo-2T 3Lz 3S 3Lo 3S-2T-2T 2A

    4 Plushenko 156.21
    4T(hand) 4T-2T 3A 3Lo 1A 3Lz-2T-2Lo 2S~2A 2A(fall)

    5 Brezina 151.53
    4S(hand) 1F 3A 3A-2T 3F-2T 2Lo 3Lz 3S-2T-1T

    6 Chan 137.42
    4T(fall) 4T(fall) 3Lz 3A(fall) 3Lo 3Lz(fall) 2F 1A
  28. aftershocks

    aftershocks Well-Known Member

    ^^ Thanks ostile! I re-posted the above in the Japan Open thread in GSD.

    From Japan Open thread in GSD:

    OMG, Dai :swoon:

    As far as I'm concerned, Dai Takahashi should be the current and defending World champion right now. What I love about Dai is that he's not just a great champion, he's a great person with grace and charisma. He's a true gentleman. He worries not about his competition. He just absorbs and learns all he can, and he works hard and focuses on what he can do to improve and to grow as a skater and a person. That is what makes him such a great champion, and such a wonderful human being.

    Dai has challenged himself continually and he has sought out choreographers, dancers, coaches and mentors to help him be the best he can be. No, he's not a perfect skater -- he still has areas of weakness. But guess what? D**n if he isn't the best male skater in the world right now. Dai don't rest on his laurels or wimp out because it's hard and he suffered a serious injury. If landing quads is going to be what it takes in the men's field, Dai decided to focus on working extremely hard to raise himself back to the level of landing them successfully. He also has never stopped continuing to challenge himself artistically. Last year, I don't think the judges properly rewarded him. But Dai never hung his head or got down on himself or blamed the judges. He just decided to keep on working hard. He kept performing to a high level, and he should have won Worlds 2011 on the basis of his great performances. But again, he didn't blame the judges. He probably said to himself, ... "I did all I could and I performed my best, and I'm almost there. Now, what can I do to improve for next year?"

    Lovin' you Dai!!! Thanks and keep going strong!!! Best of luck, always. :respec:
  29. ostile17

    ostile17 Well-Known Member

    Amazing how he managed to improve even further since last year: his SS, ice coverage and spins are amazing, besides everything else. It's incredible how he manages to always get better and better. What a role-model as a sport man.
    Kudos, Dai, you're a true champion!!
  30. rayhaneh

    rayhaneh Well-Known Member

    There was a special TVAshita Get Sports on Daisuke Takahashi and Mao Asada a couple of days ago and Daisuke's 15 minutes part is now online:


    I'm at work so I couldn't watch it with the sound on. A lot of it is actually material that was already shown on Japanese tv but could be nice for those who haven't seen much of the most recent Japanese coverage. Although we're shown a lot more detailed analysis of the evolution of his quad than I ever remember seeing, so as far as I know, that is new

    And always nice to see Honda-senshu again ^-^