New ice queen Kim Min-sun won bronze in the women’s 500 meters at the International Ice Skating Union Quadrennial Championships.
Kim crossed the finish line in 37.21 seconds in the women’s 500 meters at the 2023-2024 ISU Speedskating Quadrennial Championships at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A., on Monday.
She was third behind Erin Jackson in 36.82 and Kimi Goetz in 36.93.
Kim, 온라인카지노 who won the 500m and 1000m gold medals at the Four Continents Championships in December 2022, was hoping for a second straight 500m title but was denied.
Starting from the out-course in Group 7, Kim covered the first 100 meters in 10.52 seconds. That was good for fourth overall, about 0.2 seconds slower than Jackson and Koetsu.
However, Kim picked up the pace in the final 400 meters to earn a podium finish. Her 400-meter time was 26.69 seconds.
Her teammate Inahyun finished fourth in 37.48.
Kim will be looking for a medal in the women’s 1000 meters on Feb. 22.
In the men’s 500 meters, Kim Jun-ho finished fourth in 34.30. He missed out on a medal by just 0.02 seconds behind Tatsuya Shinhama, who finished third in 34.28.
Cho Sang-hyuk was sixth in 34.44 and Cha Min-kyu was eighth in 34.65.
The Four Continents Championships is a major competition for athletes from Asia, the Americas, Africa and Oceania, excluding Europe, 에볼루션 바카라사이트 and has been held since the 2019-2020 season.