Figure Skater Shin Ji-ah Wins a Valuable Silver Medal

Youth Olympics Figure Skater Shin Ji-ah Wins a Valuable Silver Medal… The Winner is Rival Shimada

Shin Ji-ah (Yeongdong Middle School), the next generation figure in Korean figure skating,

won a valuable silver medal in the women’s singles event at the Youth Olympic Games.

Shin Ji-ah received a technical score (TES) of 63.45 points, artistic score (PCS) of 61.90 points, 온라인카지노

a total of 125.35 points in the figure skating women’s single free skating at the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games (hereinafter referred to as Gangwon 2024) held at the Gangneung Ice Arena in Gangwon-do on the 30th.

Ji-ah Shin

He followed his rival Mao Shimada (196.99 points, Japan) with a final total score of 191.83 points, including the short program score (66.48 points).

This is the second time that a Korean athlete has won a medal in the women’s figure skating singles event at the Youth Olympic Games that began in 2012,

following Yoo Young (gold medal) at the 2020 Lausanne Games.

Shin Ji-ah’s acting that day was perfect.

Shin Ji-ah, who ranked 15th out of 17 athletes on the silver podium,

began her performance energetically to the melody of the free skating program Not About Angels by Birdy.


He perfectly performed the double Axel, which was his first acting assignment,

and then connected the triple loop, triple Salchow, and triple flip-double toe loop-double loop combination jumps flawlessly.

Shin Ji-ah, who elegantly performed the change foot combination spin,

continued her unwavering performance even in the second half, when 10% extra points were awarded.

He performed the triple lutz-triple toe loop combination jump cleanly,

then performed the triple flip-double axel sequence jump and triple lutz without any mistakes.

Shin Ji-ah, who jumped all the jumps, continued her performance with energy.

He drew applause from the audience with an elegant flying camel spin and coreo sequence,

then finished his performance with a flying change foot combination spin.

Kim Yu-seong (Pyeongchon Middle School), who competed in the same event on this day,

ranked 4th with 117.89 points in free skating and 181.53 points in total.

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