Its Shin Ji-ah Wins Silver in Junior Grand Prix Final

Figure Shin Ji-ah Wins Silver in Junior Grand Prix Final for Second Consecutive Year

South Korean figure women’s singles ‘next big thing’ Shin Jia (Youngdongjoong) won silver for the second consecutive year at the International Ice Skating Union (ISU) Figure Junior Grand Prix Final.

It is the first time in 18 years that a South Korean athlete has stood on the podium at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final since “Figure Queen” Kim Yeon-ah. 파워볼사이트

Shin earned a combined technical score of 68.18 and artistic score of 63.49 for a total of 131.67 points in her free skate at the 2023-2024 ISU Figure Junior Grand Prix Final in Beijing, China, on Monday.

After taking the lead in the short program the day before with a 69.08, Shinjia combined her freeskating scores for a total of 200.75 points, trailing Japan’s Mao Shimada (206.33 total) by 5.58 points to take the runner-up spot.

Shimada earned 138.06 points in the free skate with a TES of 75.12 and a PCS of 62.94.

After winning the silver medal at the Junior Grand Prix Final last year, Shin Jia took home the silver medal at this year’s event, marking her second consecutive year on the podium.

This makes her the first skater in 18 years to win back-to-back medals in the Junior Grand Prix Final since Kim Yeon-ah (silver in 2004-2005 and gold in 2005-2006).

The Junior Grand Prix Final is a best-of-three competition featuring only the top six athletes from the first through seventh rounds of the Junior Grand Prix Series.

Her teammates Kim Yoo-sung (Pyeongchon Middle School – 190.48 points) and Kwon Min-sol (Mokdong Middle School – 183.06 points) finished fourth and sixth, respectively.

Shin has won two gold medals (competitions 2-5) and one silver (Grand Prix Final) in the Grand Prix Series this season. 카지노

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