‘The Empress of Confidence and Confidence’ Kim Min-seon (24, Uijeongbu City Hall) set a new record for two days in a row at the National Winter Sports Festival and won two gold medals.

Kim Min-seon recorded 1:16:35 in the women’s 1000m speed skating pre-game at the 104th National Winter Sports Festival held at the Taereung International Ice Rink in Seoul on the 28th, beating second place Kim Hyun-young (1:17:95, Seongnam City Hall) with ease. won the gold medal

She also broke her two-day consecutive event record. The record of 1:16:35 set by Kim Min-seon that day was more than two seconds ahead of the 1:18:43 set by Lee Sang-hwa (retired) in 2013.

Kim Min-sun also won the 500m event held the previous day (27th) with a record of 37.90 seconds. As expected, she reached the top by breaking the new competition record (38 seconds 10) set by Lee Sang-hwa in the 2016 competition.

Kim Min-seon has emerged as a speed skating 500m empress in the 2022-23 season. She never came down from the top.

She won all the women’s 500m events in the first to fourth competitions of the International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup, held since November last year. She won gold medals at the Four Continents Championships, held in early December last year, and the 31st Winter World University Games (Winter Universiade), which recently concluded in Lake Placid, New York, USA. On the 27th, she won all seven 500m events she competed in this season, including the National Winter Athletics Championships. 메이저놀이터

Kim Min-sun, who took the bronze medal in the women’s 500m final at last year’s World Cup and reached the World Cup podium for the first time, rose to the top of the world at once this season and continues to maintain that position. In the first World Cup event, she recorded 1:15:82 in the 1000 m, and she finished second, and she did not even achieve the ideal, and she won the World Cup 1000 m silver medal around her neck.

Her record pace is also amazing. In early December she set a record track record of 38.141 in the women’s 500 m at the ISU Four Continents Championships held in Quebec, Canada. On October 13 of the same year she surpassed 38.42 written by Carolina Hiller. In her 4th World Cup event she recorded her personal best of 96 in 36 seconds. She is also winning on the domestic stage.

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