Figure skater Lee Hae-in, hunting for Korean medals in 10 years… Will there be a new queen?

Figure skating female single figure skater Lee Hae-in (Sehwa Girls’ High School) challenges to break Korea’s medal silence that lasted 10 years at the International Skating Union (ISU) World Championships on the afternoon of the 24th.

Lee Hae-in will take part in the women’s single free skating to be held on the 24th at 5:20 pm at Saitama Super Arena in Japan to determine her final medal ranking.

In the women’s single short program of the 2023 ISU Figure Skating World Championships held at the same place on the 22nd, Lee Hae-in received a total of 73.62 points with a technical score (TES) of 39.51 points and an art score (PCS) of 34.11 points, and took second place. The first place was Kaori Sakamoto (Japan) with 79.24 points.

Lee Hae-in raised expectations for her medal win by raising 3.54 points from the previous ISU-certified individual short program score (70.08 points), which she recorded at the 2020 World Junior Championships.

Yuna Kim is the only Korean athlete to reach the podium at the World Figure Skating Championships.

Yuna Kim won the bronze medal in 2007, the first world championship medal in Korean figure skating history.

Yuna Kim, who also won her bronze medal in 2008, took her first ever gold medal in 2009.

She also added silver medals in 2010 and 2011, and Yuna Kim picked up her second gold medal at the 2013 World Championships in London, Canada.

Since Yuna Kim won the gold medal in 2013, there has been no Korean athlete who has won a medal in the same event.

In the case of the ISU Four Continents Championships, Lee Hae-in, who scored 210.84 points in the game last month, became the first Korean athlete to win a gold medal in 14 years since Kim Yu-na in 2009.

Kim Chae-yeon (Suri High School, 12th place) and Kim Ye-rim (Dankook University, 17th place), who were ranked in the top 24 in the short program, will also compete in the game. 온라인바카라

Kim Ye-rim, who received attention in this competition, fell on her first jump and was unable to connect her follow-up jump. Kim Ye-rim, who made a mistake in her first jump, continued her performance without any major mistakes afterwards, but she received a total of 60.02 points, leaving a regret.

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