Figure Skating Shin Ji-ah Surpasses ‘Rival’ Shimada

Figure Skating Shin Ji-ah Surpasses ‘Rival’ Shimada and Takes First Place in Short at Junior World Championships

Medals for 3 consecutive years, twins aiming for gold medals for the first time in 18 years since Kim Yu-na,

Kim Yu-sung in 9th place and Kim Yu-jae in 18th place… Participate in free skating

Figure skating women’s singles star Shin Ji-ah (Yeongdong Middle School)

ranked first in the short program at the Junior World Championships,

aiming for the gold medal for the first time in 18 years since Yuna Kim.

Shin Ji-ah

Jia Shin took first place with a technical score (TES) of 41.31 points, 온라인카지노사이트

artistic score (PCS) of 32.17 points, and a total of 73.48 points in the women’s single short program at the 2024 International Skating Union (ISU)

Figure Skating Junior World Championships held at the Taipei Arena in Taiwan on the 28th.

It went up.

It surpassed the short program personal high score (71.19 points) set at this competition in March last year.

Shin Ji-ah won the women’s single silver medal in this competition for two consecutive years, in 2022 and last year.

Ji-ah Shin, who is aiming for her third consecutive runner-up this year,

will attempt to win gold at the Junior World Championships for the first time in 18 years since Yuna Kim.

Second place was his rival Mao Shimada (Japan), born in 2008, who received 72.60 points.

Shin Jia failed to overcome Shimada’s barrier at the 2022-2023 Junior Grand Prix Final,

last year’s World Championships, and the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympics (Gangwon 2024)

held last month following the 2023-2024 Junior Grand Prix Final.

Jumping Task

Shimada was the 45th overall, and Shin Ji-ah was the 46th, the last player to reach the silver medal.

Shin Ji-ah got off to an easy start by perfectly succeeding in her first jumping task,

a triple flip-triple toe loop combination jump, and adding 1.51 points to the point of execution (GOE).

Shin Ji-ah, who landed the following double axel cleanly,

raised her score further by handling the flying sit spin at level 4, the highest level of difficulty.

The triple lutz, a late jumping task with an additional 10% points, was also performed stably,

receiving an additional GOE of 2.11 points, and the change foot combination spin also received a level 4, continuing a perfect performance.

Shin Ji-ah, who also improved her level of perfection by performing a step sequence that showed various skating techniques to a lyrical melody at level 4,

finished the final task, the layback spin, with a level 4 clean performance.

Shin Ji-ah and her twin sisters Kim Yu-seong and Kim Yu-jae (Pyeongchon Middle School) placed 9th (59.58 points) and 18th (54.98 points),

respectively, and earned a spot in the free skating competition,

which is given to the top 24 skaters in the short program.

The women’s single free skating, where the final rankings are determined, will be held on the 1st of next month at 6:45 pm Korean time.

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