Kim Yoo-jae scored 62.36 technical points (TES), 57.96 artistic points (PCS), and 2 deduction points in the women’s single free skating at the 2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Junior Grand Prix 3rd competition held in Turkye Istanbul on the 9th (Korean time).
received a total score of 118.32 points.
He recorded a total score of 183.65 points, including the previous day’s short program score of 65.33 points, and won the bronze medal
following Ami Nakai (194.65 points) and Rena Uezono (187.71 points, above, Japan). Yoon Seo-jin (Mokil Middle School)
who took second place in the short program, was greatly shaken and finished in fifth place with a final total score of 175.77 points.
Kim Yu-seong (Pyeongchon Middle School), who was born 10 minutes later than Kim Yu-jae
received a total score of 189.92 points in the short program and 126.88 points in the free skate in the women’s singles competition in the first round of the Junior Grand Prix Series held in Bangkok
Thailand on the 25th of last month, and Nakai (190.65 points) ) was only 0.73 points behind and won the silver medal.
Two weeks later, her older sister also reached the podium, marking the first time that her sisters stood out at the Junior Grand Prix competition. 바카라사이트닷컴
unlike Kim Yu-seong, who won her first Junior Grand Prix medal in her life, Kim Yu-jae won a bronze medal in the first round of the Junior Grand Prix last season, making her a winner for two consecutive seasons.
On this day, Kim Yoo-jae hung a medal around his neck, but he had quite a few regrets in terms of his acting.
She attempted the triple axel (base score 8.00)
which she was the second Korean female athlete to succeed after Yoo Young, as her first performance in free skating on this day
but fell while running and downgraded (jump rotation was less than 180 degrees).
case because the decision was made.
Because of this, her base score for the double Axel dropped to 3.30, and her score of execution (GOE) was further reduced by 1.65 points.
She then continued to show attention (be careful of edge use) in the triple flip-triple toe loop combination jump (basic score 9.50) and the triple flip solo jump (basic score 5.30).
He fell in the triple loop (base score of 4.90), the last jumping task of the first half, and his GOE was deducted by 2.45 points, so his jumps were not stable overall.
In the second half, she perked up and gave a rather skillful performance.
He performed the Flying Change Foot Combination Spin (base score 3.50) at the highest difficulty level of 4, and performed the first jump task of the second half
the triple Lutz-double Axel-double Axel sequence jump (base score 13.75) perfectly
receiving a GOE of 1.01 points. She then cleanly executed the triple Lutz-double toe loop combination jump (base score of 7.92 points).
The final jump task, the Triple Salchow (base score 4.73 points), was judged as a quarter landing (when the jump rotation was less than 90 degrees)
but the Correo sequence (base score 3.00) was completed without difficulty, and the following Flying Camel Spin (base score 3.20) ), and finished the performance by obtaining level 4, the highest level of difficulty, in the change foot combination spin (base score 3.50).
Kim Yoo-jae placed fourth at last year’s ISU Junior World Championships, and she is a key prospect in the women’s singles, garnering attention along with Shin Ji-ah.
She surprised the domestic figure skating world last year by succeeding in her triple axel, which is considered a difficult performance for Korean athletes.
Her triple Axel was also performed by her younger brother Kim Yu-seong in the free skating of the first round of the Junior Grand Prix last month. Her twin sisters ushered in the triple axel era in Korea.
As Kim Yu-jae won the bronze medal in the third competition
she announced that Korean women’s figure skating will produce winners in each competition at the Junior Grand Prix and will stand out in future senior international competitions.
In the first competition, following Kim Yu-seong
Han Hee-soo (Seonil Girls’ Middle School) also earned a total of 173.99 points and won the bronze medal following Kim Yu-jae.
Then, in the second competition that ended in Linz, Austria on the 2nd, Shin Ji-ah (Youngdong Middle School)
the next-generation promising star in Korean women’s figure skating
won the gold medal with a total score of 201.33 points, receiving 70.38 points in the short program and 130.95 points in the free skating.
Also, in the same competition, Kwon Min-sol (Mokdong Middle School) won the bronze medal with a total score of 165.93 points.
Two people reached the podium in succession in the 1st and 2nd competitions, and in the 3rd competition
Yujae Kim competed with Japanese athletes and continued his winning streak by winning a bronze medal.
Korea’s 4th competition, which will be held in Osaka
Japan starting on the 13th, will feature first competition bronze medalist Han Hee-soo and 13-year-old prospect Hwang Jeong-yul (Sangmyeong Middle School).
Then, in the 5th competition held in Budapest on the 20th, Ji-ah Shin and Yu-sung Kim will compete together for a medal.
If Shin Ji-ah and Kim Yu-sung win prizes in the 5th competition
there is a high possibility that they will be invited to the Grand Prix Final stage to be held with the seniors in Beijing
China in December.
In Korea, three players, including Shin Ji-ah, Kim Chae-yeon, and Kwon Min-sol, qualified to participate in last season’s Junior Grand Prix Final, and Shin Ji-ah and Kim Chae-yeon won silver and bronze medals
respectively, following Mao Shimada (Japan).
Following Kim Yuna, who won silver and gold medals in 2005 and 2006, respectively, it was the first Korean women’s figure skater to win a Junior Grand Prix Final medal in 17 years.