Kim Ji-ni and Lee Namu (Gyeonggi Provincial Skating Federation), promising Korean ice dance stars, are close to winning medals at the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games (hereinafter referred to as Gangwon 2024).
The team of Ji-ni Kim and Namu Lee received a technical score (TES) of 31.16 points, artistic score (PCS) of 25.42 points, and a total of 56.58 points in the ice dance rhythm dance held at the Gangneung Ice Arena in Gangwon-do on the 28th, ranking third out of 12 teams.
There is no significant gap between the 1st place pair of Ambre Ferrier and Samuel Blanc (France, 62.39 points) and the 2nd place pair of Olivia Illin and Dylan Kane (USA, 57.46 points), so higher rankings can be expected. 바카라사이트
The two will challenge for Korea’s first ever medal in figure and ice dance in the free dance held at the same location on the 30th.
Korea has never won a medal in figure skating or ice dancing at the Winter Youth Olympics, which began in 2012.
On this day, the two acted skillfully.
They enjoyed their performance with bright expressions.
In the first task, rocker foxtrot section 1, I performed 1 of the 4 key points correctly, and in section 2, I performed only 1 of the 4 key points correctly, leaving me somewhat disappointed.
However, in the sequential twizzle, in which each player rotated at regular intervals, Jinni Kim received level 4 and Namu Lee received level 3, earning a base score of 6.97 and a performance score (GOE) of 0.69.
The midline step sequence, which is a step performance, was treated as level 2 for both players.
The rotational lift, in which a male athlete rotates while holding a female athlete, was performed at level 4, the highest level of difficulty, and received great applause.
Ice dancing is close to the wasteland of the domestic figure skating world.
The only domestic ice dance teams competing in international competitions are Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye (general competition) and Kim Ji-ni and Lee Na-mu.
This is why I am even more pleased with the good performance of Ji-ni Kim and Namu Lee.