Kim Min-seon, ‘just 1 win’ to the single-season all-time crown

– During the 6th ‘gold’, a record that even Lee Sang-hwa could not

achieve, Kim Min-seon (24, photo), the ‘Goddess of Ice’, challenges a record that even her idol Lee Sang-hwa (retired) could not achieve.

On the 11th (hereinafter Korean time), Kim Min-sun won the 5th International Skating Union (ISU) Speed ​​Skating World Cup held in Tomaszow, Poland with a record of 37.90 seconds in the women’s 500m Division A. Kim Min-sun, who won all 500m events in her World Cup 1-5 competitions this season, firmly defended her No. 1 position in the 500m rankings with her 300 World Cup points.

Kim Min-sun will challenge her pre-season crown in the 6th World Cup held on the 17th and 19th. Her single-season World Cup crown is a record that even the original ‘Ice Fool’ idealization could not achieve. Lee Sang-hwa won the 1st to 7th races of the 2013-2014 season World Cup, but after winning the gold medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics held during the season, she did not participate in the remaining World Cup events and failed to achieve her previous gold medal.

Kim Min-sun’s performance this season is unrivaled 온라인카지노. She not only won the 1st to 5th World Cup competitions, but also won her gold medal in the 500m at the Four Continents Championships held last December. She also won a gold medal at the Winter Universiade in the United States last month.

In her performance like this, there is an expectation that Kim Min-sun will stand side by side with her ‘legends’. This is because in the case of ice speed sprints, once she enters the top ranks, she often shows the world’s best skills for a long time. Jeni Wolf (Germany), who represented women’s speed skating in the 2000s, won 49 gold medals in her World Cup. Bonnie Blair (USA), who was active in the 1980s and 1990s, won 39 gold medals, Lee Sang-hwa 36 gold medals, Kodaira Nao (Japan) 28 gold medals, and Catriona Lemeidon (Canada) 27 gold medals.

However, Kim Min-sun must be careful of injuries. After suffering a back injury after the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, there is a precedent in which Kim Min-seon was inactive for the next two years.

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