Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara: “This season, we had a lot of restrictions and practiced very hard, so now when all the competitions are over, we want to show this feeling of release and enjoyment.”
Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara about performing in shows and World Team Trophy.
The figure skating ice show “Stars on Ice” opened on the March 30th in Osaka.
“Rikuryu,” also known as Riku Miura (21) and Ryuichi Kihara (30), who was the first Japanese pair to win gold at the World Championships, performed the exhibition program to “I Lived.”
They were smilin from the very beginning, and Kihara said, “This season, we had a lot of restrictions and practiced very hard, and after all the competitions are over, we want to deliver the feeling of having done everything, the tension, and the joy of being released from everything and enjoying ourselves.”
In April, the team competitions (World Team Trophy) is scheduled. Miura smiled and promised, “After the World Championships, I’m eating what I want, so I want to tighten up by the team event.”
Related topics: Riku Miura Ryuichi Kihara
Alexander Enbert: “These World Championships seemed to throw women’s single skating back a few years.”