former half of this.
In the era of single jump, Mitsuhiko and Nakamura spent all their time practicing single
However, Sapporo Olympics was cancelled due to the Second Sino Japanese war.
Mitsuhiko was stupefied. His dream which he had almost caught was suddenly disappeared.
The person who encouraged Mitsuhiko in broken hearted was Nakamura.
In spite of being the strongest favorite, Nakamura said to him without showing signs of
“There’s always a next time. Don’t give up your dream”
They began practicing again.
At the competition held after then,
Nakamura won the 2nd and Mitsuhiko won the 4th place.
At that time, Mitsuhiko had met Setsuko who became his wife later.
She was sister of his boss.
He often went to date with her and told his dream “I want to participate in Olympics”
Setsuko was deeply touched his upright character so accepted his proposal of marriage.
However, the Pacific War began.
Nakamura got a draft paper.
“Don’t give up the Olympics. Even if it isn’t possible for us to participate in, we should
entrust our dream to our child and grandchild generations.”
He left these words and went to the front.
Nakamura fell in battle at fierce Southern front line.
He was not able grant his wish.
Taka: The chance that my grandpa started skating was so simple, but it has formed a
line and comes here. Basically, every one of the Kozukas is always simple.
Father: He was a person of varied interests. He began trying whatever he saw and heard.
Taka: I have never known about Nakamura-san’s episode. My grandpa loved skating
with carrying out Nakamura-san's dream and thoughts.
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I don't know how to correct it.
All I know is "when the font becomes wrong, click on very old articles then back to new article."