Ice speed Kim Min-seon, World Cup Women’s 500m all-time winner… Silver medal in the 6th competition

Korean women’s short-distance speed skating signboard Kim Min-sun (24, Uijeongbu City Hall) unfortunately missed winning six consecutive World Skating Championships (ISU) World Cup in the 2022-23 season.

Kim Min-sun won her silver medal with a record of 38 seconds 08 in the Women’s 500m Division A of the 6th Competition of the 2022-23 ISU Speed ​​Skating World Cup held at Arena Rodova in Toma Schup Mazowiecki, Poland on the 18th (Korean time).

In the 8-group in-course, he ran the first 100 m in 10 seconds 49, then raised her speed and crossed the finish line in 38 seconds 08. She was the fastest out of 16 players who finished the race up to Group 8.

However, as Vanessa Herzog (Austria), who played in Group 9, recorded 37.96 seconds, Kim Min-sun was pushed back by a difference of 0.12 seconds.

Kim Min-seon, who previously won the women’s 500m in the 1st to 5th competitions, challenged to win the women’s 500m gold medal in a single season World Cup, but she failed to cross the final hurdle.

Herzog, who finished second behind Kim Min-seon in the 2nd, 3rd and 5th competitions, garnered the win in her last World Cup competition. The ISU said, “Herzog was the only one to record 37 invitations, surprising Min-sun Kim, who won her five World Cups in a row.”

However, Min-sun Kim topped the World Cup women’s 500m rankings this season with 354 points, earning her the championship trophy. Her second place in the rankings is Herzog, who scored 301 points.

Kim Min-seon, who has garnered토토사이트 attention for her ‘post-idealization’, has her prowess in full bloom this season.

Kim Min-sun, who won the first World Cup gold medal in her life by winning the women’s 500m event in the first World Cup last November, continued her momentum and maintained first place until the fifth event. She also won first place in this event at the Four Continents Championships and the 31st Winter World University Games (Winter Universiade).

Her personal record is also improving. In December of last year, she broke her personal best in her third event with a time of 36.972, and a week later she accelerated it again with a time of 36.96 in her fourth event.

Meanwhile, Lee Sang-hwa holds the record for the most World Cup championships for a Korean speed skater with 10. Lee Sang-hwa won all 10 races she participated in, from the 2nd race of the World Cup Finals in March 2013 to the 2nd race of the 1st World Cup Final in November 2014.