Korean skeleton’s ‘New Ace’ Jeong Seung-gi (24, Gangwon-do Office) ranked 7th at the last International Bobsled Skeleton Federation (IBSF) World Cup competition in the 2022-2023 season.
Jeong Seung-gi recorded a total of 1 minute 41 seconds 38 in the first and second periods in the men’s skeleton event at the 8th competition of the 2022-2023 IBSF World Cup held in Sigulda, Latvia on the 17th (local time) and took 7th place.
Matt Weston (Great Britain), who won with a time of 1 minute 40 seconds 39, was behind by 0.99 seconds.
Marcus Wyatt (Great Britain) won the silver medal with a time of 1:40:75, and Christopher Grotier (Germany) won the bronze medal with a time of 1:41:02.
The overall World Cup victory went to Grotier, who recorded 1656 ranking points. In the overall World Cup season rankings, Weston came second with 1605 points and Wyatt ranked third with 1531 points.
Jeong Seung-gi followed suit. Jeong Seung-gi placed 4th with 1478 points.
Jeong Seung-gi harvested three silver medals and one bronze medal in the 1st to 8th World Cup competitions this season. He won silver medals in the 1st, 2nd and 7th World Cup competitions and a bronze medal in the 3rd competition카지노.
At the World Championships held in St. Moritz, Switzerland on the 27th of last month, he came in 3rd and won his first world championship medal in his life.
While Yoon Seong-bin, a gold medalist at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, virtually retired after the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Jeong Seung-gi, who was a promising player, showed rapid growth this season and stood tall as the new ace of Korean skeleton.
Kim Ji-soo recorded a total of 1 minute 41 seconds 39 in the 1st and 2nd periods on this day, ranking 8th. In the World Cup rankings, it ranked 6th with 1312 points.
Meanwhile, the Korean skeleton team will return home through Incheon International Airport on the 19th.