Kim Min-seon (24, Uijeongbu City Hall), who has emerged as the new ice queen, missed the gold medal in the last event of the International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup this season.
Kim Min-sun won her silver medal with a record of 38 seconds 08 in the Women’s 500m Division A (Part 1) of the 2022-2023 ISU Speed Skating World Cup 6th Competition held at the Rodova Arena in Toma Schup Mazowiecki, Poland on the 18th (Korean time). has obtained
On that day, he ran backwards in the 8th group in-course and accelerated by running the first 100m in 10.49 seconds, but Vanessa Herzog (Austria), who competed in the 9th group, passed the finish line in 37.96 seconds and was pushed back to second place.
Kim Min-sun, who previously won all five gold medals in the 500m in the 1st to 5th competitions, swallowed her regrets as she could not overcome the final hurdle of the ‘single-season World Cup 500m gold medal’.
However, despite the increased burden on her stamina due to her consecutive participation in the competition, she won the silver medal and kept her No. 1 position (354 points) in the women’s 500m World Cup this season. Her second in the rankings was Herzog, who won the gold medal on the day, amassing 301 points.
Kim Min-sun, who gained attention for her ‘post-idealization’, is showing off her formidable momentum all season. He kicked off her ‘golden run’ last November by winning her first World Cup gold medal in her first event, the women’s 500m. It has been about seven years since Lee Sang-hwa (retired) at the 2015-2016 World Cup 4th competition held in December 2015 that a Korean athlete has won the women’s 500m at the ISU World Cup.
Even after that, Kim Min-sun has always kept the top. He won gold medals in six consecutive ISU events, including the 1st to 5th World Cups and the Four Continents Championships. In particular, in the 3rd World Cup on December 10th, he바카라 entered the 36th invitation and rose to first place with a new personal record (36 seconds 972), and in the 4th World Cup held on the 17th of the same month, he won with a personal best record again with 36 seconds 96.
His record of consecutive World Cup victories came to a halt at this tournament, but as a player who is still growing, his potential is plentiful. Among Korean speed skaters, Lee Sang-hwa still holds the record for the most consecutive World Cup victories (10). Lee Sang-hwa has achieved 10 consecutive victories in the games she participated in, from the second race of the World Cup Finals in March 2013 to the second race of the 1st World Cup in November 2014.