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Figure skating men’s singles hopeful Kim Hyun-gyeom (HAN AD) raised his hopes of qualifying for the Grand Prix Final by finishing second in the short programme at his second Junior Grand Prix event of the season .Kim scored 38.32 technical elements (TES), 34.29 artistic elements (PCS) and a total of 72.61 points in the men’s single short programme at the fifth International Ice Skating Union (ISU) Figure Junior Grand Prix 2023 in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday (21 February), behind Adam Hagara (74.94 points-Slovakia).On his first jump task, a triple axel, Kim was judged to be underrotated (under rotated – the rotation of the jump is more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees), which resulted in a 1.01 point deduction to his performance score (GOE).Kim, who cleanly executed a triple flip-triple toe-loop combination jump to earn a GOE of 0.61, earned an additional 0.18 GOE for his subsequent change-foot camel spin, which was treated as a Level 4, the highest level of difficulty. For his first performance task of the second half, a triple lutz worth 10 per cent extra points, Kim executed it perfectly, earning a GOE of 1.18.Further boosting his score with a level 4 in his step sequence, Kim executed his flying sit spin as a level 3 and his change foot combination spin as a level 4.After winning a silver medal at the second Junior Grand Prix in Linz, Austria, earlier this month, Kim will be looking for a medal in the free skate on the 23rd.A medal in this event will boost his chances of qualifying for the Junior Grand Prix Final, where the top six skaters 카지노사이트킹 will compete. The Junior Grand Prix Final will be held in Beijing, China, in December.

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