Shin Ji-ah (Yeongdong Middle School), the next generation figure in Korean figure skating, won the 78th National Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating Championships and the second round of national team selection with a perfect performance.Shin Ji-ah received a technical score (TES) of 80.66 points, artistic score (PCS) of 68.62 points, and a total score of 149.28 points in the women’s single free skating competition held at the Uijeongbu Indoor Ice Rink in Gyeonggi-do on the 7th.He took first place with a final total score of 218.36 points, which combined the short program score of 69.08 points from the previous day, and won the competition for the second time in a row.However, Shin Ji-ah, born in March 2008, did not receive the right to participate in the ISU World Championships, which are given to the top three skaters in this competition, according to the age limit regulations of the International Skating Union (ISU). Instead, he will compete at the ISU Junior World Championships in Taiwan next month.Shin Ji-ah’s acting that day was perfect.The double axel, triple loop, triple salchow, and triple flip-double toe loop-double loop combination jumps were all clean.
Shin Ji-ah, who treated the change foot combination spin at level 4, continued her unwavering performance even in the second half, when 10% extra points were awarded.He jumped the triple Lutz-triple toe loop combination jump cleanly, and then performed the triple flip-double axel sequence jump and triple lutz without any mistakes.Shin Ji-ah completed both the Flying Camel Spin and Step Sequence at level 4, and then finished her performance with the Coreo Sequence and Flying Change Foot Combination Spin (level 4). Lee Hae-in (Sehwa Girls’ High School), who continued to perform extremely poorly this season, ranked second with a final total score of 205.84 points and earned the right to participate in the ISU World Championships to be held in Montreal, Canada in March.
After finishing his performance, he shed many tears, as if to represent the mental suffering he had gone through.Lee Hae-in, who won a silver medal at last year’s World Championships, will attempt to win a medal for the second time in a row.Kim Chae-yeon (Suri High School), who ranked third with 205.33 points, will also participate in the World Championships for the second consecutive year.He placed 6th in last year’s competition.‘Twins’ Kim Yu-seong (200.73 points) and Kim Yu-jae (198.47 points, Pyeongchon Middle School) ranked 4th and 5th, and Kwon Min-sol (197.03 points, Mokdong Middle School) followed in 6th place.However, like Shin Ji-ah, the three players cannot participate in the World Championships due to age restrictions.Yoo Young, who had been on a downward trend since the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, ranked 7th with 195.96 points and earned the right to participate in the World Championships.In addition, 온라인카지노 he returned to the national team after a year.