ICE SKATING scary clash moment between a japanese and a chinese

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Xuất bản 17/12/2016
Yuzuru Hanyū (羽生 結弦 Hanyū Yuzuru, born 7 December 1994) is a Japanese figure skater who competes in the men's singles discipline. He is the 2014 Olympic champion, the 2014 World champion, the 2013-2014 Grand Prix Final champion, the 2010 World Junior champion, and the two-time (2012-2013) Japanese national champion. He is the first man to break 100-point barrier in the men's figure skating short program (101.45 at the Sochi Winter Olympics 2014). Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu collided with another skater in the Cup of China free skate warm-up, bled, competed with his head wrapped, fell five times in his performance and finished in second place Saturday. Hanyu, in his first top-level competition since winning the World Championships in March, and China’s Han Yan collided near center ice at the Shanghai venue while preparing for their free skate. Hanyu lay on the ice for several seconds, blood streaming down his chin, before two officials with medical uniforms on reached him. Once off the ice, China’s Han lay motionless while being tended to just behind the boards. Han performed his free skate 45 minutes later and finished sixth. Hanyu was taken farther off the ice and checked out while sitting down. He returned to warm up and appeared disoriented, pointing to his head multiple times. “He was immediately determined he wanted to compete, and for me, I wanted to make sure he was healthy enough,” said Hanyu’s coach, two-time Olympic silver medalist Brian Orser, according to The Associated Press. “I told him, ‘This is not the time to be a hero. You have to take care of yourself.”’ Hanyu skated about 50 minutes later, fell five times in his “Phantom of the Opera” performance and finished in second place, just as he was after the short program Friday. Hanyu had to be held up by Orser after he stepped off the ice following his free skate. “You’ve got to keep breathing, OK?” Orser told him. “Hang onto the boards.” Russian Maksim Kovtun won with 243.34 points. Hanyu scored 237.55. American Richard Dornbush took third with 226.73. Hanyu bawled in the kiss and cry area after his score came up, appearing overjoyed. “I know that tomorrow he’s going to feel like he was hit by a car,” Orser said later, according to the AP. “Both of these boys are going to feel awful.” Hanyu was attempting be the third different Japanese man to win in the first three Grand Prix events of the season, a feat never done by any nation.
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