Lee Hae-in, Gold Medal at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships… 14 years after Yuna Kim

Lee Hae-in won the gold medal at the International Skating Union Figure Skating Four Continents Championships.

It is the first time in 14 years since Kim Yu-na in 2009 that a Korean female single player has won the Four Continents Championship.

Lee Hae-in recorded her season’s highs in the women’s singles free skating with a Technical Score (TES) of 74.96 and an Arts Score (PCS) of 66.75 with a total of 141.71 points. 메이저놀이터

Although she placed 6th in the short program the day before, she received high marks for her perfect performance in this free skating and won the championship with a final total of 210.84 points.

She performed the double axel-triple toe loop combination perfectly to the music of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ and was unusual from the start.

Soon after, she performed a triple lutz-triple toe loop combination jump, a triple salchow, without a single mistake.

Haein Hae-in, who finished the event, said, “I came with the idea of ​​focusing on the process rather than the result. She quickly forgot her regrets in the short program and showed everything she could do in the free skating, so I am very happy and this is a valuable medal.” .

She also didn’t forget to thank the fans for their support.

Meanwhile, Kim Ye-rim, who took the lead in the short program, made a mistake in the jump process and unfortunately won the silver medal in second place.

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