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New ice queen Kim Min-seon wins bronze medal in 500m at Four Continents Championships 2nd consecutive loss is a failure

New ice queen Kim Min-seon (25, Uijeongbu City Hall) won a bronze medal in the women's 500m at the International Skating Union (ISU) Four Continents Championships.

Min-seon Kim crossed the finish line with a record of 37.21 seconds in the women's 500m at the 2023-2024 ISU Speed ​​Skating Four Continents Championships held at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA on the 21st (Korean time).

With a time of 36.82 seconds, she was third behind Erin Jackson and Kimmy Goetz (over USA) with 36.93 seconds.

Kim Min-seon, who won two gold medals in the 500m and 1000m at the 2022-2023 Four Continents Championships held in December 2022, aimed for a second consecutive 500m title, but failed.

Min-seon Kim, who started on the course outside Group 7, ran her first 100 meters in 10.52 seconds. She finished fourth overall, about 0.2 seconds slower than Jackson (10.32 seconds) and Goetsu (10.35 seconds).

However, Min-sun Kim succeeded in increasing her speed in the remaining 400 meters and standing on the podium. Her section record for the 400 meters was 26.69 seconds.

Lee Na-hyeon (Nowon High School), who also competed, recorded 37.48 seconds and ranked 4th.

Kim Min-seon is also aiming for her medal in the women's 1000m held on the 22nd.

In the men's 500m, Kim Jun-ho (Gangwon Provincial Office) took 4th place with a time of 34.30 seconds. She unfortunately missed out on a medal as she was only 0.02 seconds behind Tatsuya Shin Hama (Japan), who came in third place with a time of 34.28 seconds.

Cho Sang-hyuk (Sports Toto) took 6th place with 34.44 seconds, and Cha Min-gyu (Dongducheon City Hall) took 8th place with 34.65 seconds.

The Four Continents Championship is a major competition in which athletes from Asia, America, Africa, and Oceania, excluding Europe, participate, and has been held since the 2019-2020 season. 토토사이트