‘Ice Dance 1st Place’ Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye perform fantastically in front of domestic fans

The hopes of Korean figure skating ice dance, Lim Hae-na (19) and Quan-ye (22), performed fantastically in front of domestic fans.

Team Lim Hae-na and Quan-ye received 102.33 points in the ice dance junior group 1 free dance at the KB Financial Korea Figure Skating Championship 2023 (77th National Men’s and Women’s Figure Skating Championships) held at the indoor ice rink in Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi-do on the 6th.

With a total score of 169.45 combined with the 67.12 points in the rhythm dance held the previous day, Hae-na Im and Quan-ye took first place in the ice dance junior division, beating Jini Kim (Gumi Middle School) and Namu Inu (Seongseo Middle School), who scored 125.59 points.

The team Haena Lim and Quanye won the first round of the Junior Grand Prix held in Courchevel, France last August. For the first time in the history of Korean ice dancing, those who reached the top in an ISU major event won a silver medal at the Junior Grand Prix Final, the ‘Wangjungwangjeon’ in December.

Those who change the history of Korean ice dance one by one have participated in a domestic competition for the first time in a long time. Currently, Haena Lin-Quanye Joe is currently training in Montreal, Canada. She was born in Canada and grew up as a figure skater. Im Hae-na has dual citizenship in Korea and Canada. He chose her Korean nationality from last season. Quan-Ye, a Chinese-Canadian born in Iceland, is participating in the competition representing Korea while teaming up with Lim Hae-Na.

In the ice dance junior division of this event, the team Haena Lim and Quanye and Jini Kim and Namu Inu competed. Although only two teams competed, they showed off their performance beyond the barren domestic ice dance environment. 토토

Lin Haena and Quanye Joe started the match this season with their free dance song, “The Dance of Death” by Saeng Sang. Those who opened the program with a choreographic spin received the highest level of Level 4 in synchronized twizzles. Even in the straight line lift, which is a proprietary patent, he did not miss level 4.

At the lift, the audience exclaimed, and Lim Hae-na’s various facial expressions breathed life into the program.

In the last assignment, the rotational lift, he finished the match without missing level 4.

After this tournament, Haena Lim and Quanye will participate in the ISU Junior World Championships, which will be held in Calgary, Canada on the 27th of next month.