Figure skating female singles Lee Hae-in (18. Sehwa Girls’ High School) took first place in the free skating following the short program at the International Skating Union (ISU) World Team Trophy.

In the women’s single free skating at the 2023 ISU World Team Trophy held in Tokyo, Japan on the 14th, Hae-in Lee received a total of 148.57 points with a technical score (TES) of 76.11 and a arts score (PCS) of 72.46 points. 1st place out of 12 players.

Having received a personal best score of 76.90 in the short program the day before, he continued his upward trend in the free skating, exceeding his personal best score (147.32 points) set at the World Championships last month.토토사이트

Lee Hae-in said through his management company ‘All That Sports’, “I am really happy to play a satisfying game in the last game of the season. He struggled at the beginning of the season, but gained a lot in the process of finishing to the end without giving up. He said next season he will try to get the triple axel into the program.”

Japan’s Kaori Sakamoto took second place with 145.75 points, while Kim Ye-rim (Dankook University) was ranked third with 143.59 points. Kim Ye-rim also broke her previous free skating personal best score of 142.09 points (2022 ISU Challenger Finlandia Trophy).

Kim Ye-rim showed off her good performance by winning three gold medals at ISU international competitions this season, but was unable to demonstrate her skills at the recent world championships due to the aftermath of a back injury. However, she shed tears of joy after her performance as she reaped the beauty of the season with the World Team Trophy.

He said, “It was a difficult time after the World Championships, but I am really happy to finish the season with a personal best. It was my first time participating in the team trophy in Korea, and I really enjoyed the process.”

Pairs Hae-na Lim and Quan-ye in the ice dance event and pair short program Hye-jin Cho and Stephen Adcock added 7 points to the bottom of the rankings.

Korea scored 75 points until the second day of the tournament, ranking second after the US (90 points). Japan (74 points) and France (60 points) are chasing, but the pair free skating and men’s single free skating will be held on the 15th, the final day of the competition.

The biggest concern is what kind of result Cha Jun-hwan (Korea University), the male single player who finished second overall in the short program, will get.

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