Figure skating, short track speed skating… Korean ice skating facing ‘Kim Kim Kim’

Korean figure skating has produced a women’s singles gold medalist at the Four Continents Championships 14 years after Kim Yu-na. The main character is 18-year-old Lee Hae-in (Sehwa Girls’ High School).

Lee Hae-in scored a total of 74.96 points in technical score (TES) and 66.75 points in art point (PCS) in the women’s single free skating at the International Skating Union (ISU) Four Continents Championships held at Broadmoor World Arena in Springs, Colorado, USA on the 11th (Korean time). With a score of 141.71, he ranked first with the highest score of the season.

After placing 6th in the short program the previous day with 69.13 points, she won the championship with a total score of 210.84 points, including free skating points. This is the first time Lee Hae-in has reached the top in a major ISU event카지노사이트. It was a silver medal at this event last year. It is the first time since Kim Yu-na in 2009 that a Korean female single player has won the Four Continents Championships.

Lee Hae-in, who had some regrets in her short program jump, made up for all her mistakes by showing a clean performance to the music of the musical ‘Phantom of the Opera’.

Lee Hae-in said that when she qualified for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, she only placed 6th in the first competition and she could not make up for it in the second competition, so she suffered the pain of not qualifying for the Olympics. But she spread her wings again that year, finishing runner-up at the Four Continents Championships with her personal best (213.52). She missed out on medals by placing 4th in both senior Grands Prix this season, but at the Four Continents Championships, where she has good memories, she regained her strength and came out on top. Kim Ye-rim (20, Dankook University), who challenged for the gold medal by placing first in the short program, won the silver medal (209.29 points). The bronze medal went to Monet Chiba of Japan (204.98 points).

In Korean ice skating, men’s short track Park Ji-won (27, Seoul City Hall) won the 1500m gold medal in the 6th World Cup in the Netherlands, and women’s speed skating (ice speed) Kim Min-sun (23, Uijeongbu City Hall) won the 500m in Poland in the 5th World Cup with a record of 37 seconds 90. While conquering, he held a breathless gold medal march.

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