I was a bit nervous, not too much. I don’t think I thought of anything other than the routine. This is a short program, so I will do three jumps,
three spins and two steps. I am about to do the most important jump now. I feel like I am doing live broadcasting. My team was discussing the theme
and my choreographer David Wilson suggested James Bond,so we thought
it would be unique and nice to give it a try. I am doing steps. At this stage I am relieved and more relaxed, than before because I had already
succeeded in all the important moves. But just in case, I am focusing on not making any mistakes. I slightly stumbled here. This is the last spin that I am focusing on now. This spin can affect the result. Sometimes the smallest difference
in the score decides winning or losing. So I have to stay focused to the last minute. The last scene is very important because
it always remains a strong image, so every figure skater in all programs decide on the last move carefully. Originally it wasn’t the move I was going to do,
until this move was confirmed there were so many changes.
I realized after the competition it had become famous. A fan threw a stuffed animal for me. I am not sure where it is, but I know I have it. Because I knew Asada Mao already had a good score, I felt nervous in case of anything although I knew had done well. I had done all I could, so I thought I had won, but I wasn’t sure I won, until it was confirmed.