Catching Up with Takeshi Honda

Russell, Susan D.
August 2010
International Figure Skating;Aug2010, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p12
The article features Japanese skater Takeshi Honda. It states that Honda made a history in Japanese skating in 1995 after winning six national titles when he was 14 years old and as the youngest male skater champion in Japan. However, Honda decided to retire from skating after he had an ankle injury because of his jump attempt at the World Championships in 2005. It adds that Honda covered major skating competitions since he worked as a figure skating analyst for Fuji Television Network Inc.


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