Figure skating men’s singles leader Cha Jun-hwan (Korea University) failed to win consecutive medals at the International Skating Union (ISU) Four Continents Championships.

Cha Jun-hwan scored 83.06 technical points (TES), 84.31 artistic points (PCS), 1 point deduction, and 166.37 total points in the men’s single free skating at the 2023 ISU Four Continents Championships held at Broadmoor World Arena in Springs, Colorado, USA on the 12th (Korean time). got a point

With a final total score of 250.14, which is the sum of 83.77 points received in the short program, he came in fourth after Gao Miura (281.53 points, Japan), Keegan Messing (275.57 points, Canada), and Sato Shun (259.14 points, Japan).

Cha Jun-hwan, the winner of the Four Continents Championships last year, was the first Korean figure skater to win two consecutive titles, but his jumps faltered and he was unable to reach the podium.

Cha Jun-hwan, who started acting according to the original soundtrack of the 007 James Bond series ‘No Time To Die’, announced a clean start by succeeding in his first acting task, a high-level quadruple salchow jump.

However, as he fell while attempting a quadruple toe loop right away, his GOE score was reduced by 4.75 points.

Cha Jun-hwan also received attention (beware of edge use) in the subsequent triple lutz-triple loop combination jump, but made up for it by performing a clean triple flip.

Cha Jun-hwan, who improved his performance with a flying camel spin (level 4), finished the first half with a flexible step sequence (level 4).

He faltered once more in the second half 카지노.

While attempting a triple axel-double axel sequence jump, the steps got tangled in the first axel jump, so it was treated as a single axel jump.

He changed the subsequent triple axel-triple salcho combination jump to a triple axel-double axel sequence jump, and added a single oiler-triple salcho to the triple lutz to minimize the deduction.

After completing all the jump tasks, Junhwan Cha completed his performance with a change foot combination spin, a flying change foot combination spin (level 4 or above), and a choreo sequence.

The Four Continents Championships is a major competition in which athletes from four continents excluding Europe, such as Asia, America, Oceania, and Africa, compete.

Lee Si-hyung (Korea University), who participated together, ranked 6th with a total score of 227.79, and Kyung Jae-seok (Kyunghee University) ranked 12th with a total score of 211.98.

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