Korean figure skating women’s single Lee Hae-in (Sehwa Girls’ High School)
takes on the final challenge to advance to the Grand Prix Final.
Lee Hae-in will participate in the NHK Trophy
the 6th final competition of the 2023-24 International Skating Union (ISU) 카지노사이트
Figure Skating Senior Grand Prix, held in Osaka, Japan on the 24th and 25th. At this competition
Lee Hae-in aims for her first Senior Grand Prix medal.
Lee Hae-in, who entered the senior stage through the World Championships in March 2021, achieved great results
including a gold medal at the Four Continents Championships in February
a silver medal at the World Championships in March, and secon
In particular, winning the Four Continents Championships was significant as it was the first feat in 14 years since Yuna Kim in 2009.
However, it had no connection with the Senior Grand Prix series.
He finished 10th and 7th, respectively, in the two Senior Grand Prix series in the 2021-22 season
and took 4th place both times last season.
In the third round of the Senior Grand Prix
which ended in Angers, France on the 4th, he finished in 4th place with a total score of 190.96 points.
Lee Hae-in will participate in the NHK Trophy to break the jinx of being weak in the Senior Grand Prix.
This competition is the last competition of this season’s Senior Grand Prix series.
The importance is even greater as the performance in this competition determines whether or not one will participate in the Grand Prix Final (held in Beijing, China in December), which is the king of the season.
Only the top 6 players can participate in the Grand Prix Final by adding their Grand Prix series results from one season, and Lee Hae-in is ranked 4th in the 3rd Grand Prix competition and has 9 ranking points.
Kaori Sakamoto (Japan, 30 points), who has won two gold medals so far, is leading the ranking points, and Lee Hae-in is expected to secure at least 23 to 24 points with a runner-up or higher score in this competition to be able to stand on the Grand Prix Final stage.
Meanwhile, ‘defending champions’ Kim Ye-rim (Dankook University) and Wi Seo-young (Suri High School) will also participate in this competition.
Both Kim Ye-rim (5 ranking points) and Wi Seo-young (0 ranking points) were pushed out of the Grand Prix Final competition.