Figure skating Shin Ji-ah wins the all-around championship for the second time in a row…You Young returns to the national team after a year

In the women’s single free skating competition held at the indoor skating rink in Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi Province on Sunday, Shin scored 80.66 points in technical score (TES), 68.62 points in artistic score (PCS), and 149.28 points in total. Shin ranked first with 218.36 points overall, including 69.08 points in the short program on the previous day, and won her second consecutive gold medal in the competition.

Due to age restrictions imposed by the International Skating Union (ISU), Shin Ji-ah, who was born in March 2008, failed to qualify for the ISU World Championship, which is given to the top three players. Instead, she will join the ISU Junior World Championship in Taiwan next month.

On the same day, Shin performed the double axel, triple loop, triple salco, triple flip-double toe loop combination jump. Shin, who handled the change foot combination spin at level 4, continued without wavering in the second half when 10 percent of additional points were added. 파워볼실시간

Lee Hae-in (Sehwa Girls’ High School) is performing in the women’s senior free skating at the 78th National Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating Championships held at Uijeongbu Indoor Ice Rink in Gyeonggi Province on the 7th.

Lee Hae-in (Sehwa Girls’ High School), who had suffered a severe slump this season, ranked second with a final total score of 205.84 points, and qualified for the ISU World Championship in Montreal, Canada in March.

After finishing the performance, Lee shed a lot of tears as if representing the pain and suffering he had suffered so far. Lee Hae-in, who won the silver medal at last year’s World Championships, is aiming to win a medal for the second consecutive time. Kim Chae-yeon, who ranked third with 205.33 points, is also participating in the World Championships for the second consecutive year. She performed well in sixth place at last year’s championships.

Kim Yu-sung, the “twin” (200.73 points), Kim Yu-jae (198.47 points, Pyeongchon Middle School) ranked fourth and fifth, and Kwon Min-sol (197.03 points, Mokdong Middle School) ranked sixth. However, the three players, like Shin Ji-ah, cannot participate in the World Championship due to the age restriction.

After suffering a setback after the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, You earned a berth to the World Championships, ranking seventh with 195.96 points. She also returned to the national team for the first time in a year.

In the men’s single free skate, Cha Jun-hwan (Korea University) received TES 89.35 points, PCS 90.08 points, and a total score of 179.43 points, and won with a final total score of 275.94 points, including 96.51 points in the short program.

Cha Jun-hwan has won eight consecutive tournaments since 2017, and has also secured a berth to the ISU 2024 World Championship, which is given to the top three men’s singles in this tournament. Cha Jun-hwan lowered the difficulty of the program by jumping only once in four rounds in the aftermath of his ankle injury, but showed off his stable acting skills by cleaning all the acting elements.

Lee Si-hyung of Korea University ranked second (241.05 points, Korea University) and Seo Min-kyu of Kyungshin Middle School ranked third. Cha Jun-hwan, Lee Si-hyung and Kim Hyun-gyeom of Han Advertising will participate in the men’s single at the World Championship. The third-ranked Seo Min-kyu is set to join the Junior World Championship due to the age restriction.

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