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Cha Jun-hwan, who was aiming for 2 consecutive wins on the four continents, finished 5th in the short program

Correspondent Park Dae-ro = Cha Jun-hwan (22, Korea University), who was trying to win the International Skating Union (ISU) Figure Skating Four Continents Championships for the second time in a row, finished fifth in the short program.

Cha Jun-hwan placed 5th with 83.77 points in the short program at the 2023 International Skating Union (ISU) Four Continents Figure Skating Championships held in Colorado Springs, USA on the 10th (Korean time).

The score of 83.77 is far below Cha Jun-hwan’s all-time high score of 99.51 and this season’s highest score of 94.44 points.

Cha Jun-hwan, who became the first Korean male figure skater to win last year at this event, was aiming for a second consecutive victory, but the difference in points from the first place in the short program began. In order to win the come-from-behind championship, a great reversal was needed in the free skating.

Cha Jun-hwan performed well on the quadruple salchow jump that day, but later fell while performing the triple lutz-triple loop combination jump.

Afterwards, Cha Jun-hwan completed the tasks such as Flying Camel Spin, Triple Axel, Change Foot Sit Spin, Step Sequence, and Change Foot Combination Spin without any major mistakes. 카지노사이트

Gao Miura (Japan) took first place in the short with a score of 91.90. Keegan Messing (Canada) is second with 86.70 points, Jimmy Ma (USA) is third with 86.64 points, and Jin Boyang (China) is fourth with 85.32 points.

Korean player Gyeong Jae-seok (23) ranked ninth with 75.30 points, and Lee Si-hyung (23) ranked 14th with 70.38 points.

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