Ice Dance Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye, Jr. Aim for the gold medal at the World Championships come-from-behind

Im Hae-na (19) and Quan-ye (22 and above), the leading figures of Korean figure skating ice dance, broke the team’s highest score in the rhythm dance at the Junior World Championships and came second, aiming for a come-from-behind gold medal in the free dance. 안전놀이터

Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye team scored 39.83 technical points and artistic points in the ice dance rhythm dance at the 2023 International Skating Union (ISU) World Junior Figure Skating World Championships held in Winsport, Calgary, Alberta, Canada on the 4th (Korean time). (PCS) received 31.25 points and recorded a total of 71.08 points. It raised the team’s highest score (64.21 points) received at the ISU Grand Prix Final last December by 6.87 points. It is only 0.11 points behind the first place Katarina Mraskova-Daniel Mrazek (Czech Republic, 71.19 points).

Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye, who started acting in line with Astor Piazzolla’s Four Seasons ‘Spring in Buenos Aires’, continued to perform at the highest difficulty level 4 and showed off their skills. However, she performed her first performance of Argentine Tango and received deductions on two moves out of four key points. The ice dance free dance will be held on the morning of the 5th.

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