Kim Min-seon in Ice Speed, New Korean Record in 1,000m

Kim Min-seon in Ice Speed, New Korean Record in 1,000m… Surpassed Idealization for the First Time in 10 Years

Lee Na-hyun, who set the 500m junior world record, won bronze in the mixed relay with Yang Ho-jun.

Kim Min-seon (Uijeongbu City Hall), a leading speed skating women’s sprinter,

set a new Korean record in the women’s 1,000m at the World Cup, but unfortunately did not win a medal.

Min-seon Kim set a new Korean record of 1 minute 13.42 seconds in the second race of the women’s 1,000m at the 5th competition of the 2023-2024 International Skating Union (ISU) Speed ​​Skating World Cup held at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA on the 29th (Korean time).

Ranked 5th. 온라인카지노

She not only beat her personal record (1:13.79) set in December 2022 by 0.37 seconds,

but also beat the previous Korean record (1:13.66) set by Lee Sang-hwa at the Canadian Pole Classic in September 2013 by 10 years. I replaced it after 4 months.

Min-seon Kim passed her first 200m in 17.67 seconds, third overall,

but her spirit suffered a bit after the 600m when she fell to fourth place.

The winner was Kimi Goetz (USA), who crossed the finish line in 1 minute 13.08 seconds.

The silver medal was won by Utah Leirdam (1 minute 13.17 seconds), and the bronze medal was won by Fecker Kok (1 minute 13.21 seconds, of the Netherlands).

Lee Na-hyeon (Nowon High School), who competed in the same event, ranked 19th with a time of 1 minute 16.33 seconds.

In the mixed relay that immediately followed, Lee Na-hyeon teamed up with Yang Ho-jun (Uijeongbu High School) to win a bronze medal.

The two athletes recorded a time of 2 minutes 56.20 seconds, followed by China (2 minutes 54.90 seconds) and Germany (2 minutes 56.02 seconds).

Korea, which ran with Canada, Romania, and Brazil in Group 2, sprinted from the beginning of the race and crossed the finish line first.

The mixed relay was introduced this season in which one female and one male athlete form a team and run a total of six laps around a 400m track.

Meanwhile, the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, where this tournament was held, is famous as the optimal stadium where various new records are set.

It is located at an altitude of 1,425m above sea level, so there is relatively less air resistance, and the unique dry weather and perfect ice quality management make skating easy.

The Utah Olympic Oval is also where Lee Sang-hwa set the women’s 500m world record (36.36 seconds) in 2013.

On the 27th, Jordan Stoltz of the United States set the men’s 1,000m world record (1 minute, 5.37 seconds), and on the 28th, Lee Na-hyun drew attention by setting a junior world record of 37.34 seconds in the women’s 500m.

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