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長洲さんの練習風景

インスタより。

なんの目的でとかはわかりませんが長洲さんの滑りを数秒間どうぞ。

撮影してる位置もあってか、凄いいい感じです

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When I went to @icecoldcombos the first thing I told him was that I wanted a program that meant something to me. I didn’t want to just skate to any piece of music, so he asked me to write him “my story.” In true Mirai fashion, I wrote about how I had a meeting with a publisher and was basically told that my social media following wasn’t strong enough for a successful book. My first reaction was to retreat from social media. I realized that even though I want to share my life story, there are moments that are still hard for me to share. I’m grateful that skating can be my outlet to be vulnerable. I also want this program to represent the people who struggle with body dysmorphia. At one point in my career, my mom, coaches, and even friends were telling me I was too fat for skating. Some days, I would be convinced that people were looking at me and wondering why there was a whale on the ice. I hope that through my program, young girls realize that no matter what level of skating you’re at, we all have our insecurities. There isn’t a definitive answer to our insecurities, but I hope people can find comfort in knowing that they’re not alone.

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