PYEONGCHANG, South Korea. The shielding Olympics Figure Skating, Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan, skating out of the blue since October, gave a rich, unhurried execution to lead the pack after the men’s figure skating short program.
Hanyu had supported tendon harm in his lower leg in November. yet demonstrated no evil impacts, getting a quad salchow, a triple axel and quad toe loop-triple toeloop blend.
Yuzuru Hanyu is a Japanese figure skater who competes in the men’s singles discipline. He is the 2014 Olympic champion, a two-time World champion, a four-time Grand Prix Final champion
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Among the solid field, three different skaters emerged: In second place was the veteran Javier Fernandez of Spain, who played out a Charlie Chaplin motivated schedule, trailed by Hanyu’s kinsman, Shoma Uno, and Jin Boyang of China. Every one of them hit their two fourfold hops.
Yet, there was a poor execution from outstanding amongst other quad jumpers of all, Nathan Chen of the United States. Nerves seemed to outdo him, as they did in the group occasion. He fell on his opening bounce, a quad flip, and did not complete a mix hop, which is required. tHE additionally bumbled out of a triple axel. He is 29 focuses behind Hanyu; in the present scoring framework, a skater can climb essentially in the long program, yet Chen would give off an impression of being an outrageous longshot to make the award platform.
TOP TEN RESULTS
Men’s Figure Skating Short ProgramUnofficial results
|Technical elements||Skating quality||Deductions||Score|
|5th||Dmitri AlievOlympic Athletes From Russia||56.98||42.00||98.98|
|7th||Adam RipponUnited States||44.48||43.47||87.95|
|8th||Mikhail KolyadaOlympic Athletes From Russia||43.84||43.85||-1.00||86.69|
|9th||Michal BrezinaCzech Republic||44.34||40.81||85.15|