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RAFAEL ARUTUNIAN

Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Jan 14, 2020
Yuma Kagiyama's rocket to stardom continues at Youth Olympics
In the biggest competition of his career, Yuma Kagiyama rose to the occasion and gave the performance of his life on Sunday.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Jul 18, 2019
The story behind Shoma Uno not teaming up with Eteri Tutberidze
World and Olympic silver medalist Shoma Uno, who recently returned from a one-month training stint in Russia with renowned coach Eteri Tutberidze, did not become a full-time member of her team because he would not consent to requirements that were compulsory to joining it, The Japan Times has learned.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Apr 2, 2019
Rafael Arutunian says he never felt Yuzuru Hanyu was unbeatable
In the days following the world championships it is always interesting to hear the various takeaways that those in the skating community have. One of note came from Rafael Arutunian, the coach of world champion Nathan Chen.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Nov 27, 2018
Rika Kihira will require full arsenal to win Grand Prix Final
Rika Kihira staked her claim as Japan's biggest female skating star with a victory at the Internationaux de France in Grenoble on Saturday night. The triumph clinched a spot in next month's Grand Prix Final for the 16-year-old.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Oct 2, 2018
Mai Mihara impresses as runner-up while unveiling new short program at Nebelhorn Trophy
Mai Mihara earned the silver medal in her season debut at the Nebelhorn Trophy on Saturday with two solid performances.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
May 8, 2018
Rafael Arutunian looking forward to coaching teen star Marin Honda
Rafael Arutunian is going through a bit of deja vu right now.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Apr 3, 2018
Could Hanyu headline a new pro tour in the future?
A thought crossed my mind recently.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
May 10, 2016
Mao mystery finally solved eight years later
In January 2008 Mao Asada suddenly split from coach Rafael Arutunian after 16 months of working together. It was a move made without warning or explanation, and left a great many in the skating community scratching their heads over the reason behind the decision.

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