Jia Shin departs on the 26th to compete in the Junior Figure Skating Championships… Imhaena-Quanyedo also participated
Korean figure skating’s ‘Junior Ace’ Shin Ji-ah (15, Yeongdong Middle School) and other promising players will participate in the International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Junior World Championships, which will open in Calgary, Canada on the 27th. I’m leaving on the 26th for this.
Shin Jia, Kwon Min-sol (14, Mokdong Middle School) and Kim Yu-jae (15, Pyeongchon Middle School) will compete in the women’s singles at the World Championships.
Jia Shin, who won her silver medal at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final held last December, won both the President’s Cup Ranking Match and the National Men’s and Women’s All-Around Championships. Standing tall as ‘Korea’s top female singles player’ by beating her outstanding senior players, he challenges her second Junior World Championship.
Jia Shin took her silver medal at last year’s World Championships. Since then, he has emerged as a promising figure skater and has won one gold medal and one silver medal in the two Junior Grand Prix events this season.
After finishing the overall championship, he focused on preparing for the Junior World Championship.
Shin Ji-ah, who finished this event, said about her goal for the Junior World Championships, “I would love to win, but I’m not particularly greedy. I want to be clean in both the short program and free skating, and I want to play games that I’m satisfied with.”
Kwon Min-sol won 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal in the 2 Junior Grand Prix competitions this season and placed 5th in the finals. Kim Yoo-jae won the bronze medal by attempting a triple axel in the free skating at the 1st Junior Grand Prix held in Courchevel, France last August.
Kwon Min-sol and Kim Yu-jae will be participating in the Junior World Championships for the first time.
In the men’s singles, Kim Hyeon-gyeom (17, Han Go-go) was listed on the list of players. He placed second in the men’s singles event at the All-Around Championship held last month. This season, with a triple axel, which has a higher success rate, he is challenging for the first time at the Junior World Championships. 메이저놀이터
‘Hope of Ice Dance’ Lim Hae-na (19) – Quan-ye (22) Jodo are strong candidates for medals at the Junior World Championships.
The team Haena Lim and Quanye won the first round of the Junior Grand Prix held in Courchevel, France last August. For the first time in the history of Korean ice dancing, those who reached the top in an ISU major event won a silver medal at the Junior Grand Prix Final, the ‘Wangjungwangjeon’ in December.
After finishing the overall championships, they confidently said, “My goal was to be in the top 3 at the Junior World Championships, but now I want to be first.”
Ji-ni Kim (16, Gumi Middle School) – Namu Inu (16, Seong Seong Middle School) also participated in the ice dance at the Junior World Championships.
Meanwhile, Shin Ji-ah, Kwon Min-sol, Kim Yoo-jae, and Kim Hyun-gyeom will depart for Calgary, Canada, where the competition will be held through Incheon International Airport on the 26th. Im Hae-na and Quan-ye team move from Montreal, Canada, where they are training, and Jini Kim and Inamu-jo, who are sweating beads in Vancouver, are also heading to Calgary.
The women’s single short program featuring Shin Ji-ah, Kwon Min-sol, and Kim Yu-jae will be held on the morning of the 2nd of next month in Korea time.