Ice speed Kim Min-sun, Winter Universiade women’s 1000m gold medal
New Empress of Ice’ Kim Min-seon (24, Korea University) won the gold medal by writing a track record (the highest record in the stadium) in the women’s 1000m speed skating at the 31st Winter Universiade.
It is the first gold medal for the Korean team in this event.
Kim Min-seon recorded 1:20:46 in the women’s 1000m speed skating competition held at the Olympic Center Speed Skating Oval in Lake Placid, New York on the 16th (Korean time), taking first place among 35 competitors.
Min-sun Kim, who started on her final group 18 out course, passed her first 200m in 18.52, the fastest of all her runners.
She subsequently placed first in all segment records. She ran the 200-600m section in 29.71, posting a time of 48.23 to the 600m mark, and ran the final 400m in 32.23.
Among her players, only Kim Min-sun was the only one to record 1 minute and 20 invitations. The gap to her second place reached 1 second 32.
She raced in an outdoor arena and fared well short of her personal best (1:13:79). However, she comfortably won the Universiade stage where university students competed.
Kim Min-sun has emerged as a world-class sprinter this season.
He swept the women’s 500m gold medal in the 1st to 4th competitions of the International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup in the 2022-2023 season.
Even in the 1000m, which is not the main event, she is showing decent results. In November of last year, she reaped her silver medal at the first round of the World Cup in Stavanger, Norway, and she is currently running 5th in the Women’s 1000m World Cup rankings.토토사이트
Kim Min-sun will challenge her two gold medals in the women’s 500m on the 20th.
Park Chae-won (Korea National Sport University), who she competed with, recorded a time of 1:21:85 to win the bronze medal.
On the same day, in the figure skating men’s single free skating held at the Olympic Center Skating Oval in Lake Placid, Lee Si-hyung (Korea University) scored a total of 143.58 points, including a technical score (TES) of 71.98 points, a arts score (PCS) of 72.60 points, and one deduction.
Lee Si-hyung, who received a total score of 218.75 points combined with the short program (75.17 points), rose to 6th place.
Sihyung Lee fell on the ice after performing a triple axel and was judged twice for quarter landing (if the number of jump rotations was less than 90 degrees), he showed difficulty in jumping.
Cha Young-hyeon (Korea University), who competed together, placed 7th with a total score of 208.03.