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    How Malaysia’s first Olympic figure skater made history in PyeongChang

    The emotional full story of how Julian Yee trained in a Malaysian mall in order to make history at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

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    Julian Yee

    Julian Yee

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    Julian Yee

    Yee at the 2017 Worlds

    Personal information

    Full name Julian Yee Zhi-Jie

    Alternative names Julian Zhi-Jie Yee

    Country represented Malaysia

    Born 26 May 1997 (age 25)

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Residence Barrie, Canada

    Height 1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)

    Coach Michael Hopfes

    Doug Leigh

    Former coach Harry Janto Leo

    Jong Hyun Ryu Song Gao

    Choreographer Elvin Wong

    Michael Hopfes

    Skating club Ice Skating Association of Malaysia

    Training locations Barrie, Canada

    Began skating 2001

    World standing 59 ()[1]

    50 ()43 ()

    Season's bests 101 ()[2]

    58 ()50 ()

    ISU personal best scores

    Combined total 211.63

    2019 Skate Canada Short program 81.52 2018 Skate America Free skate 135.99 2019 Skate Canada hide Medal record

    Representing  Malaysia

    Men’s figure skating

    Southeast Asian Games

    2017 Kuala Lumpur Men’s singles

    2019 Philippines Men’s singles

    Julian Yee

    Traditional Chinese 茹自傑

    Simplified Chinese 茹自杰

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    Julian Yee Zhi-Jie (Chinese: 茹自杰; pinyin: , born 26 May 1997) is a Malaysian figure skater. He is the 2017 and 2019 Southeast Asian Games gold medalist, 2015 CS Denkova-Staviski Cup silver medalist, 2016 Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy and 2013 Skate Down Under bronze medalist, as well as five-time Malaysian senior national champion (2013–2017). He has competed in the final segment at ten ISU Championships, including four World Championships. He represented Malaysia at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

    Contents

    1 Personal life 2 Career 2.1 Early years

    2.2 2011–12 to 2012–13

    2.3 2013–14 to 2014–15

    2.4 2015–16 season 2.5 2016–17 season 2.6 2017–18 season 3 Programs

    4 Competitive highlights

    5 Detailed results 5.1 Senior level 5.2 Junior level 6 References 7 External links

    Personal life[edit]

    Julian Yee Zhi-Jie was born on 26 May 1997 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.[3] His mother, Irene Cheow,[4] served as the deputy president of the Ice Skating Association of Malaysia from 2012 to 2014.[5] He has two brothers, Ian and Ryan Yee Zhi-Jwen. Ryan has also competed internationally in figure skating.[3]

    Career[edit]

    Early years[edit]

    Julian Yee began learning to skate at age four at the Sunway Pyramid Ice Rink in Malaysia.[6][7][8] He and his brothers were introduced to skating by their mother, Irene. Harry Janto Leo became his coach in 2004.[7]

    During his early years, Yee competed only in ISI-sanctioned competitions, which were regarded as recreational skating. He won the elementary category at the inaugural Malaysian National Championships and defended his title the following year. He learned all his double jumps by the age of twelve. He was selected by Ice Skating Association of Malaysia to participate in the 2009 Korean Dream Program in PyeongChang.[9]

    In 2010, Yee received additional coaching from Chen Lu and Denis Petrov. In 2011, he became the youngest skater to win the Junior Men's category, at age 13 years 10 months, thereby breaking the previous record held by his brother, Ryan Yee Zhi-Jwen.

    2011–12 to 2012–13[edit]

    In the 2011–12 season, Yee was selected to represent Malaysia in the ISU Junior Grand Prix. He competed at events in Milan, Italy and Tallinn, Estonia, but failed to reach the free skate.

    In 2013, Yee became first Malaysian to obtain the qualifying scores for the World Junior Championships. He finished 34th in the short program and did not qualify for the free skate. He learned most of the triple jumps by sixteen.[]

    2013–14 to 2014–15[edit]

    In 2014, Yee became the first Malaysian to reach the free skate at a Four Continents Championships.[10] One of the youngest skaters at the event, held in Taipei City from 20–25 January 2014, he qualified for the free skate and finished 23rd overall. At the 2014 Malaysian Open National Championship, Yee held the lead after the short program and defended his title to become only the second Malaysian skater to win the Senior Men's title in consecutive years.

    In the 2014–15 JGP season, Yee finished sixth in Aichi, Japan, scoring personal bests in the short program, free skate, and combined total. In March 2015, competing at his fourth World Junior Championships, he qualified for the free skate and finished 19th overall. He also managed to qualify for Malaysia their first ever Youth Winter Olympics spot but he was not able to compete in it as he was over-aged.

    2015–16 season[edit]

    Yee started the 2015–16 JGP season with a 7th-place result in Riga, Latvia, scoring personal bests in the short, free skate and combined total (176.79). After placing first in the junior category at the 2015 Skate Canada Summer Skate in Thornhill, he competed at the JGP in Logroño, Spain and finished 4th – the highest result by a Malaysian in the Junior Grand Prix. He won his first ISU Challenger Series medal, silver, at the Denkova-Staviski Cup.

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    3 Things You Didn’t Know About Malaysia’s First Olympic Figure Skater Julian Yee

    3 Things You Didn’t Know About Malaysia’s First Olympic Figure Skater Julian Yee

    Iylia Adreena

    October 2, 2017 04:30 MYT

    Saturday, 30 September 2017 was a special day for Malaysians, especially 20-year-old Julian Yee Zhi-Jie.

    He became the first ever Malaysian figure-skater to qualify for the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics, which is scheduled to take place in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

    The 2017 SEA Games gold medalist managed to place third in the free skate routine at the 49th CS Nebelhorn Trophy in Germany with a total of 148.7 points, which earned him a ticket to the coveted Winter Games. He placed sixth overall in the competition.

    Yee is the second Malaysian who will be competing in the Winter Olympics after 18-year-old Jeffrey Webb qualified for the slalom event.

    In an interview with The Star, he said that he was “shocked and happy” and it has been a long journey, so there were a lot of tears of joy in the end.

    So, who is Julian Yee? Here are three interesting things you might not know about our winter Olympian.

    #1 Malaysian Book of Records Holder

    Julian Yee is a five-time Senior National Champion since 2013, which earned him a spot in the Malaysian Book of Records.

    #2 Skated His Way to Success From a Very Young Age

    The KL-born lad started skating his way to his figure-skating career from the age of four! He has two brothers, Ian and Ryan who are also ice-skaters. They were introduced to the sport by their mother, who is the former vice-president of the Malaysian Ice Skating Association.

    #3 Youngest Junior Ice-Skating Champion

    In 2011, Julian competed in Ice-Skating Institute (ISI) sanctioned competition and went on to win gold in the Junior Men’s category making him the youngest skater in history to win at the age of 13 years 10 months and breaking the record that was previously held by his brother, Ryan.

    Fun fact: Julian enjoys vlogging his journey as a figure skater so be sure to check out his YouTube channel here.

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