Figure skating ice dance hopeful Jini Kim and Inamu Lee (above Gyeonggi Province Ice Skating Federation) group broke their personal highs and increased their chances of winning their first major competition.

The two athletes scored 33.41 points in technical score (TES) and 22.89 points in art score (PCS) in the ice dance rhythm dance at the 2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Junior Grand Prix 1st Competition held in Bangkok, Thailand on the 25th (Korean time), a total of 56.30 points. I got points and came in 3rd place.토토사이트

Team Jini Kim and Inamu Inu updated their personal best score (46.37 points) in rhythm dance at last year’s Junior World Championships by nearly 10 points, and will challenge for medals in the free dance held on the 26th.

On this day, the two players accurately performed 3 out of 4 key points in the first task, Rocker Foxtrot Section 1 and Section 2, respectively.

Then, in the sequential twizzle, in which each other rotates at regular intervals, they received the highest level of difficulty, level 4, and earned a basic score of 7.34 and a performance score of 0.57.

The mid-line step sequence, which is a step act, was treated as level 3, and the rotational lift, in which a male athlete lifts a female athlete and rotates, was performed as level 4.

Ice dance is close to the wasteland of the domestic figure skating world. The only domestic ice dance teams to challenge for international competitions are the Lim Hae-na-Quan-ye (general competition) group and the Kim Jin-ni-Inamu group.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *