Shoma Uno: “A few years ago, I thought that skating life isn’t long, but now I don’t think about when I’m going to quit”
Shoma Uno about winning the Nationals.
Shoma Uno: I want to continue to improve my level at the World Championships. I have been practicing hard for the free skate. This competition is quite soon after the Grand Prix Final, so I can’t say that I have practiced a lot. But I think it would be nice if I could perform according to my condition at that time.
Recently, I’ve learned that failure can be a great experience, and I’ve been able to skate without suffering. A few years ago, I thought that skating life isn’t long, but now I don’t think about when I’m going to quit, and I don’t think I’ll keep doing it forever. Competition life may be very short, it may be long, but I’m facing it with that kind of mentality.
! Please take into account that interview was translated via machine translation so it may not be completely accurate or conveying all the details and nuances. !
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