Korean ice dance signboard Lim Hae-na (19) – Quan-ye (22 or older) won the 77th National Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating Comprehensive Championships.
In the junior ice dance free dance competition held at the Uijeongbu Indoor Ice Rink on the 6th, Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye received a total of 102.33 points with a technical score (TES) of 53.93 and a arts score (PCS) of 48.40 points.
With this, 스포츠토토 the total score of 169.45 points, including the 67.12 points obtained in the rhythm dance the previous day, rose to first place.
In ice dance, where a total of two teams participated, Jini Kim (Gumi Middle School) and Inamu Inu (Seongseo Middle School) finished second with a total score of 125.59 points (rhythm dance 49.64 points, free dance 75.95 points).
Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye were the first Korean players to win the Grand Prix Ice Dance by winning the bronze medal in the first competition of the 2021-2022 season, which was their debut match at the Junior Grand Prix.
In the 2022-2023 season, she also won a gold medal in the 1st Grand Prix competition and a silver medal in the 7th competition, and went to the Junior Grand Prix Final and won a silver medal around her neck.
With this victory, the two will also participate in the 2023 ISU Figure Skating Junior World Championships.
This year’s comprehensive championships also served as a selection match for dispatched players for the Junior World Championships, and Im Hae-na-Quan-ye and Kim Jin-ni-Inamu took the two tickets assigned to Korea.
Cho Hye-jin and Stephen Adcock (above all competitions), who were the only ones to participate in the senior pair skating, scored 157.30 points.
In addition, Choi Ha-bin (Miyang Middle School) won the junior men’s singles with 214.64 points, and Kim Yu-seong (Pyeongchon Middle School) won the junior women’s singles with 177.07 points.