Yuzuru Hanyu and Shoma Uno both wore her costumes at the Pyeongchang Olympics, a reminder of Ito’s gravitas in her chosen field.
Without Yuzuru Hanyu, Nathan Chen and suspended Russian skaters, the 2022-23 Grand Prix season will have a different vibe.
“I have already won everything I want to win,” the two time Olympic champion said. “I don’t like the word ‘retire,’ so I don’t want to...
“Japan did so well at [senior] worlds. Sort of a revival in a way. Maybe they dipped a little bit, but now they are back,” the...
Inspired by standouts Yuzuru Hanyu, Shoma Uno and others, the teenager strives for greatness in the sport while pursuing ambitious educational goals.
The 2021 Super Rugby points leader has amassed 20 or more points in five matches this season.
In his sublime performance to “Bolero,” Uno finally broke out on the world stage with his first victory in a major senior competition.
The Japanese skaters credit their recent success to a deep friendship that drives them both on and off the ice.
The transformation of Sakamoto and Uno from talented, successful performers on the global stage into world champions has been a thrill to watch, the columnist writes.
“I’m very happy with this achievement. I have worked very hard. I’m happy to finally be first.” ―Uno, 2022 Olympic bronze medalist and new world champion.
Uno skated beautifully to “Oboe Concerto” and surpassed his previous high short program mark of 105.90 at the Beijing Games.
Daisuke Takahashi and Mao Asada were the first two skaters to sweep both singles titles for Japan, doing so at the 2010 world championships.