Figure skating Shin Ji-ah wins silver medal at three consecutive junior world championships

Ji-ah Shin is greeting the audience after receiving the silver medal at the women’s single award ceremony at the International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Junior World Championships on the 1st.

Shin Ji-ah (16, Sehwa Girls’ High School) won a silver medal for the third time in a row at the International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Junior World Championships.

Jia Shin is performing in the women’s single short program at the International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Junior World Championships held on the 28th of last month. Ji-ah Shin placed first in the short program, but she had to settle for her silver medal when she was overtaken by her same-age rival Mao Shimada of Japan in the free skating held on the 1st. 메이저사이트

Jia Shin received a personal best of 134.49 points for her clean performance in the women’s single free skating at the ISU Figure Skating Junior World Championships held in Taipei, Taiwan on the 1st. Ji-ah Shin also received her personal best score in her short program (73.48 points) on the 28th of last month. With her short program and free skate total of 212.43 points, Shinjia finished second, 5.93 points behind her same-age rival Mao Shimada of Japan (total of 218.36 points).

Shin Ji-ah took first place with a clean performance in the short program of this competition, 0.88 points ahead of Shimada (72.60 points), raising expectations for the first Korean gold medal in 18 years since ‘figure skating queen’ Yuna Kim in 2006. However, she allowed a comeback in the free skate to Shimada, who landed a four-turn quadruple toe loop jump.

Ji-ah Shin is called ‘the next Yuna Kim‘ for her smooth skating and powerful consecutive triple jumps. However, she lost gold medals to Shimada at the 2022 and 2023 ISU Junior Grand Prix Finals, last year’s Junior World Championships, and this year’s Gangwon Youth Winter Olympics.

After the game, Shin Ji-ah said, “I am overall satisfied with today’s game. I’m not too concerned about the results (of the game). “She doesn’t skate just for the results,” she said. “Now that the competition is over, I will cheer on the Korean athletes in the ice dance and men’s singles competition tomorrow,” she said.

Shimada, who won the championship for the second year in a row, said, “I fell on the triple axel jump and was really nervous. He said, “I am really happy that I was able to succeed in the quadruple toe loop, which had been a problem all season.” Shimada received a performance score of 2.31 points on this day with just one quadruple toe loop jump.

Seo Min-gyu (16, Gyeongshin High School), who will compete in the men’s single free skating event held on the 2nd, will become the first Korean male athlete to challenge for a gold medal at the Junior World Championships. Seo Min-gyu succeeded in a triple axel in the short program on the 29th of last month and received 80.58 points, his personal best, taking first place. He is 1.79 points ahead of François Pitot (19, France), who took second place. The men’s single free skating competition will be held on the 2nd from 5:15 p.m. 토토사이트 추천

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