Korean speed skating female sprinter Kim Min-sun (24, Uijeongbu City Hall) unfortunately finished the World Championships with no medals.

Kim Min-sun recorded 1 minute 15 seconds 88 in the women’s 1000m at the ‘2022-2023 season International Skating Union (ISU) Speed ​​Skating World Championships’ held in Thialp, Heerenvein, Netherlands on the 5th (Korean time). She finished 11th and out of her medal range.

In the women’s 500m, the main event the day before, Kim Min-seon’s medal was canceled unfortunately. With a time of 37.56, she missed out on third place by just 0.02 seconds.

Kim Min-sun said she competed with Vanessa Herzog (Austria) on the 1000m 10-group out course. She finished her first 200m in 17.85, sixth overall, but her pace dropped after that. Min-seon Kim, who passed the 600m section in 9th place overall in 45.48 seconds, slowed down slightly in the last curve section and could not increase his speed.

But she, Min-sun Kim, was very active at the ISU World Cup this season. In the first to sixth competitions, she enjoyed her prime, winning five gold medals and one silver medal in the women’s 500m and one silver medal in the women’s 1000m. She was left with regret at her last world championship, as if her last-minute fatigue had accumulated.

In the men’s mass start, veteran Lee Seung-hun (IHQ) also failed to win a medal. With a time of 7 minutes 31 seconds 36, she came in 4th place. Lee Seung-hoon, who had been looking for opportunities from behind throughout the race, spurted with one lap left before the finish line, but failed to finish in the top three. 카지노

Jeong Jae-won (Uijeongbu City Hall), who competed in the same event, collided with another player on the straight course on the 10th lap and gave up the match. In the women’s mass start, Hwang Hyeon-seon (Jeonbuk Provincial Office) placed 13th and Park Ji-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) placed 16th.

Kim Min-seon, the signboard for women’s ice skating, unfortunately finished with no medal at the World Championships

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