Lee Hae-in, ‘ISU World Team Trophy’ Free Skating also ranked 1st… 2nd place in Korea… Cha Jun-hwan sortie on the 15th

Lee Hae-in (17, Sehwa Girls’ High School), a female figure skating figure skater, took first place in the free skating following the short program at the ‘Team Trophy’.

Lee Hae-in received a technical score (TES) of 76.11 and a arts score (PCS) of 72.46 in the women’s single free skating at the 2022-2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating World Team Trophy Competition held at Tokyo Gymnasium on the 14th.

Lee Hae-in ranked first among 12 players with a total of 148.57 points.먹튀검증

After receiving her personal best score (76.90 points) for her perfect performance in the short program held the day before, she also broke the free skating personal best score (147.32 points) set at the World Championships last month on this day.

Second place went to world championship winner Kaori Sakamoto of Japan (145.75 points).

Third place went to ‘Figure Skating General’ Kim Ye-rim (Dankook University, 143.59 points).

Korea maintained its second place thanks to the good performances of Lee Hae-in and Kim Ye-rim.

For the Korean national team, Lee Hae-in added 12 ranking points and Kim Ye-rim added 10 points.

Pair short program Cho Hye-jin-Steven Adcock and ice dance free dance Lim Ha-na-Quan-ye each added 7 ranking points to the bottom.

South Korea received a total of 75 points until the second day of the competition, maintaining second place after the United States (90 points).

Japan (74 points) ranked third, and France (60 points) ranked fourth.

The final ranking is determined by the results of the pair free skating and men’s single free skating on the 15th, the last day of the competition.

Korea has high hopes for Cha Jun-hwan (Korea University), a leading male single player. Cha Jun-hwan placed second overall in the short program the day before.

Korea’s chances of winning a medal seem high. The national team leads fourth-placed France by 15 points.


Lee Hae-in’s acting on this day was perfect.

Lee Hae-in, who started acting according to the OST of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, perfectly performed his first performance element, the double axel-triple toe loop combination jump, earning a basic score of 7.50 and a performance score (GOE) of 1.50.

Afterwards, she performed a triple lutz-triple toe loop combination jump, triple loop, and triple salchoe in succession cleanly, drawing applause from the crowd.

The beautiful flying camel spin was treated as level 4, the highest level of difficulty, and the following flying change foot combination spin also received level 4.

He finished the first half by enhancing the perfection of his acting with a choreography sequence.

Even in the second half, when the 10% bonus was added, Lee Hae-in was not shaken.

He performed the triple lutz-double toe loop-double loop combination jump perfectly. In the triple flip, an attention (beware of edge use) judgment came out, but I didn’t care. The last jump, the double axel, was perfectly executed.

After completing all the jump tasks, Lee Hae-in gracefully performed a step sequence (level 4) and a change foot combination spin (level 4) in line with his beautiful melody to finish his performance.

Kim Ye-rim, who was sluggish due to poor physical condition at the end of this season, also broke her free skating record.

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