Lee Hae-in (18, Sehwa Girls’ High School) finished her free skating performance with a change foot combination spin, then slammed her fists down as if saying ‘I did it’. Subsequently, players who had higher scores than Lee Hae-in in the short program performed the day before, but no player left the ‘Kiss and Cry Zone’ with a higher total score than Lee Hae-in. 카지노사이트

Lee Hae-in reached the top of the women’s singles at the 2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Four Continents Championships. Lee Hae-in, who finished sixth in the short program (69.13 points), received her season’s highest score (141.71 points) in the free skating held in Colorado Springs, Colorado on the 11th, with a total score of 210.84 points, and succeeded in her come-from-behind victory. It is the first time in 14 years since Kim Yu-na (33) in 2009 that a Korean player has reached the top in the women’s singles event, which includes players from all continents except Europe. This is the first time Lee Hae-in has won an ISU senior major event.

Wearing a white dress and performing to the music of the musical “Phantom of the Opera,” Lee Hae-in successfully performed all seven triple jumps, including the triple lutz-triple toe combination jump, and both the step sequence and spin were of the highest difficulty. I was judged level 4. Lee Hae-in said, “Although she won a silver medal in this competition last year, she tried to focus only on her and my training process this year, not on the results. I’m really happy she finished her performance without any mistakes,” she said.

The silver medal went to Kim Ye-rim (20, Dankook University). Kim Ye-rim, who won the bronze medal at the event last year, took first place (72.84 points) in the short program the day before, but had to settle for second place (209.29 points) in the free skating, finishing third (136.45 points) in the free skating. Chiba Monet (18, Japan) ranked third with 204.98 points, and Kim Chae-yeon (17, Surigo) ranked fourth with 202.39 points.

Cha Jun-hwan (21, Korea University), who tried to win the men’s singles for the second time in a row, made a jump error in both the short program on the 11th and the free skating on the 12th, finishing in 4th place (total score of 250.14 points). Gao Miura (18, Japan) won the championship with her personal best score (281.53 points).

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