Its a Figure Skating Cha Jun-hwan and Shin Ji-ah Win the First Round

Figure skating men and women’s figures Cha Jun-hwan (Korea University) and Shin Ji-ah (Yeongdong Middle School) won the first round of the 2024-2025 national team selection without any upset. 카지노사이트랭크

Cha Jun-hwan scored 87.00 technical points (TES), 87.05 artistic points (PCS), and a total score of 174.25 in the men’s single free skating at the 2023 KB Financial National Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating President’s Cup Ranking Competition and the first round of national team selection held at the indoor ice rink in Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi-do on the 3rd. got a point

As a result, the short program score was 86.28 points, and the final total score was 260.53 points

beating Seo Min-gyu (240.05 points, Kyungshin Middle School) and Lee Jae-geun (238.50 points, Surigo High School) to take first place.

Shin Ji-ah received 79.45 points in TES, 67.02 points in PCS, and 146.47 points in the women’s single free skating held on the same day

and won the championship for the second consecutive year since last year with a final total score of 216.35 points

including 69.88 points in the short program.

Chaeyeon Kim (203.64 points, Surigo High School) took second place, and Seoyoung Wi (193.51 points, Surigo High School) took third place.

Lee Hae-in (186.78 points, Sehwa Girls’ High School) and Kim Ye-rim (156.49 points, Dankook University)

who played as senior ‘two tops’, performed somewhat poorly.

Cha Jun-hwan and Shin Ji-ah increased their chances of being selected for the national team next season by winning this tournament.

The 2024-2025 season Taegeuk Mark will be given to the top 4 men’s singles and the top 8 women’s singles by adding the total score from the first selection and the total score from the second selection held next month.

Cha Jun-hwan also received the right to participate in the 2024 International Skating Union (ISU) Four Continents Championships

which is given to the top three finishers in this competition.

Jia Shin cannot compete in the Four Continents Championships due to the ISU’s age limit for senior international figure skating competitions.

At the general meeting held in June last year, the ISU adjusted the minimum age to participate in senior international figure skating competitions from 15 to 16 in the 2023-2024 season and to 17 in the 2024-2025 season (as of July 1 immediately before the competition).

Shin Ji-ah, born in March 2008, should also play her junior stage in the next season.

On this day, Cha Jun-hwan forced to participate in the competition despite pain.

Cha Jun-hwan injured the nerve tissue in his right ankle ahead of the start of this season, and because the pain worsened

he gave up participating in the 5th ISU Senior Grand Prix held from the 18th to the 20th of last month.

Although his physical condition is still not good

he was forced to participate in this competition according to the regulations that do not allow him to qualify for the national team if he does not participate.

Instead of lowering the difficulty of his composition, such as placing only one quadruple jump

Cha Jun-hwan focused on stabilizing his acting ability.

He performed his first task, the quadruple salchow, perfectly

earning a base score of 9.70 and a performance score (GOE) of 2.91. He also performed the second task, the triple axel, cleanly.

Cha Jun-hwan continued his performance smoothly. 

Cha Jun-hwan, who neatly jumped the triple lutz-single oiler-triple salchow combination jump

improved the perfection of his performance with a flying camel spin (level 4) and then performed the triple lutz perfectly.

Cha Jun-hwan, who received applause from the audience for his elegant step sequence (level 4)

continued his unwavering performance even in the second half, where 10% extra points were awarded.

After performing the triple flip-double axel sequence jump, he performed a triple loop and triple flip reliably.

Cha Jun-hwan, who performed all the jumping tasks

finished his performance with a change foot combination spin (level 3)

a Coreo sequence, and a flying change foot combination spin (level 4).

Shin Ji-ah gave an all-clean performance. He performed the double Axel

triple loop, triple Salchow, and triple Lutz-double toe loop-double loop combination jumps perfectly

followed by the change foot combination spin (level 4) and the triple Lutz-triple toe loop combination jump cleanly.

In the second half, perform the triple flip-double axel sequence jump and triple lutz without mistakes, and then finish the performance with the flying camel spin (level 4)

step sequence (level 3), correo sequence, and flying change foot combination spin (level 4). did.

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