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Plushenko's wife Yana Rudkovskaya has become involved in the controversy, criticizing journalists for writing "rubbish" about her husband, who is due to see a specialist about his back after the Winter Olympics."Stop putting pressure on Yevgeny and all his family, it's already simply impossible," she said.Plushenko and Chen have met before, he said, but the older skater didn’t pass on any words of wisdom.However, Chen has said that he was inspired to begin skating after watching the 2002 Olympics in his hometown of Salt Lake City, where Plushenko earned a silver behind countryman Alexei Yagudin."They did not find him immediately and then it turned out that he was ill. I tried to do everything for the country, for the sport," he told Sovietsky Sport.So, Russia had no representation in the men's individual competition.The 31-year-old pulled out of the men's individual competition at the Iceberg Skating Palace because of the injury, on which he has had multiple operations -- just before he was due to skate the short program.Earlier in the Games, he helped Russia to team gold.
NEW YORK – Russian figure skating legend Yevgeny Plushenko thinks Yuzuru Hanyu will earn a second straight gold medal in Pyeong Chang for one simple reason. And that’s it.” Hanyu, from Japan, would become the first men’s singles skater to repeat as Olympic champion since the U. Plushenko admits that Hanyu is a different skater now than when he captured gold in Sochi.
Russian lawmakers' passage last year of legislation known as the anti-gay propaganda bill makes it illegal to discuss homosexuality in front of children.
Plushenko insisted, "It's not my job," when asked about the current law but added: "Maybe I can change something. I know many people who are not traditional orientation.
“Because he is the best,” Plushenko said in an sit-down interview Monday. Plushenko said he has known Hanyu since he was a child, and the two met when Hanyu was 8 or 10 years old.
He was performing in the United States for the first time in 11 years as part of a show with the Ice Theater of New York. He remembers a young Hanyu as “thin” and “fast.” “I said, ‘this guy can be [a] good skater,’” he recalled.