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Kim Yu-Na Wins at Sochi but Russian Adelina has the Gold

Kim Yu-Na Wins at Sochi but Russian Adelina has the Gold

Kim Yu-Na wins at Sochi but Russian Adelina has the gold, sadly now the 2014 Olympic ladies figure skating results will for ever be riddled with controversy because, following a faultless performance by South Korean Olympic Gold Medal Champion Kim Yu-Na, had to settle for the Silver-Medal at Sochi, when her rival Russian teen Adelina Sotnikova’s stumbling skate was awarded the Gold by her home country judges.

Connie Kim reports,  for Arirang News. (Below)

Kim Yu-Na Wins at Sochi but Russian Adelina has the Gold

A rather sad but perfect end to Kim Yu-Na’s figure-skating reign. Kim Yu-Na  announced her retirement on Thursday after performing a virtually flawless, medal winning farewell skate that many believe should have won Gold. Olympic Gold Medalist Kim Yu-Na’s flawless performance it seems, cuts no Russian ice in the Sochi arena, (Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi).

“It’s debatable, but not a robbery,” wrote Chris Chase from the USA.

Petition demanding investigation into unfair figure-skating judging : http://change.org/ now has over 1.95m signatures

 

 

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Kim Yu-Na Injured

Kim Yu-Na Injured

Reigning Olympic and world figure skating champion Kim Yu-Na’s preparations for Sochi have suffered a setback. Kim Yu-Na Injured her right foot’s metatarsal during training according to South Korea’s Yonhap News.

Yu-Na kim - "Queen Yu-Na"  2010 Winter Olympics

Kim Yu-Na

Yu-Na returned to major competition this season after more than 18 months away and dominated the field on the run up to her second World Championship, but Yu-Na has been in pain from the injury since mid-August and withdrew from her Grand Prix events and Skate Canada (Oct. 25-27) together with Trophee Bombard in Paris (Nov. 15-17), according to Yonhap News.
Yonhap has 550 journalists and photographers posted at the Seoul head office, regional offices and overseas bureaus, comprising the largest news-gathering network in Korea. Under a 2009 law passed by the South Korean parliament, Yonhap has been charged with promoting the country’s image and distributing information — a task deemed critical to addressing the domination of information by major Western news media.


“If she continues to train hard, her injury will worsen,” Yonhap News was told, “ Yu-Na has to slow down to receive further rehab treatment”.Kim Yu-Na's bad right foot
Kim Yu-Na is 23, and will be attempting at Sochi to become the first singles figure skater to win back-to-back Olympic titles since Katarina Witt in (1984-1988) .

Kim says she is 80-90% healed from her foot injury that kept her from participating in the International Skating Union Grand Prix events in October and November. She is still seen as the hot favorite for the Sochi Games in February.

The ladies short program takes place Friday afternoon with the free skate concluding the event on Saturday.
Kim Yu-Na has however disappointed many fans by saying she has plans to retire after the Sochi Olympics.

Kim Yu-Na Injured

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Kim Yu-Na Gold wins 2014 Sochi Olympic Tickets

Kim Yu-Na Gold wins 2014 Sochi Olympic Tickets

Kim Yu-Na Gold wins 2014 Sochi Olympic Tickets for Korea, Yu-Na completed her triumphant return to figure skating by winning gold at the NRW Trophy in Dortmund Germany with a season’s best total score. Kim Yu-na overcame one fall in an assured free skate routine with 201.61 points, including 72.27 points she was awarded for a season’s best short program.The 22-year-old Kim was competing in the second-tier competition to secure a place at next year’s 2014 Sochi Olympic world championships.

Olympic champion Kim Yu-Na comeback at the Figure Skating NRW Trophy

Olympic champion Kim Yu-Na comeback at the Figure Skating NRW Trophy in Dortmund, Germany, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Frank Augustin)

Competition 2013 among the top figure skaters was fierce in the World Figure Skating Championships,  not just for medals but more important, a chance to compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Kim Yuna secured (3) three Olympic tickets for Korea, the most ever for the country. But Yuna’s compatriots, who will compete in Sochi may not be as good as their international rivals.

Yuna Kim All Of Me @ E1 All That Skate Spring 2012, 2012.05.04~06, Seoul, Korea
Produced by All That Sports & GDW Production.

 

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Kim Yu-Na Impressive skating return 2013

Kim Yu-Na Impressive skating return 2013

Kim Yu-Na Impressive skating return 2013

Yu-Na Kim returns to win NRW Trophy Kim Yu-Na completed her long awaited return to competition skating by winning the NRW Trophy in Dortmund, Germany.

Yu-na had one fall in an otherwise assured free-skate routine ending a 19-month sabbatical with 201.61 points, 72.27 awarded for the season’s best short on Saturday.
Kim Yu-Na  at just 22 years old was competing to secure a place at next year’s world championships.
Kim Yu-Na said “I’m happy that I could reach my goal today,”  Yu-Na only needed 28 points from the short program and 48 from the free skate long to ensure her participate in London, Ontario, Canada.

Yu-Na, known as ‘Queen Yu-na’ hadn’t competed since the world championships in Moscow April 2011, creating an unprecedented demand for tickets to see her return to ISU competition standares, the modest 200-capacity venue sold out of tickets in a couple of hours and additional security had to be drafted in for the first time in six years to cover the event.
Yu-Na started her routine to music from Les Miserables, with elegant poise and grace, launching herself fearlessly into high speed jumps to land them like a feather with gliding softness.
Yu-Na landed six triple jumps, a triple Lutz-triple toe combination and four triple jumps faultlessly, but uncharacteristically stumbled on a double toe loop, however, Yu-Na’s routine still earned 129.34 points, 22 points in front of Japan’s Satsuki Muramoto.

Kim Yu-na falls during her comeback performance

Kim Yu-Na said “I was caught off-guard because I assumed it was an easy jump,”

Kim Yu-Na holds the short program world record of (78.50) and the free skate of (150.06) a total of (228.56) from the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games.

Yu-Na KimYu-Na did not compete 2011-12 season following the breakup with her coach Brian Orser shortly after the games in Vancouver. In July Yu-Na announced she would return this year but planned to retire after the 2014 Sochi Games,
“About Sochi, it’s not too far away, but this season only just started so I’m going to focus on the season first and think about that later. After this I’m going to return to Korea and focus on the Korean national championship, preparing for that. Since entry to the Olympics depends on it, I’m going to prepare very hard for it, not just for me but so all the other young skaters in Korea can also gain entry to the Olympics, said Kim Yu-Na.

This is very good news short term, but what a shame about Yu-Na’s plan to retire as a young fit 24 year old in 2014.

Kim Yu-Na Many had feared the breakup of the so called dream team, with Canadian coach Brian Orser and choreographer David Wilson may have ended Yu-Na’s career. The Dream Team rocketed Kim Yu-Na to Olympic Gold in Vancouver and was instrumental in polishing her performance to brake world records.
Yu-Na seemed to of had an unsettled time afterwards and then sadly, surprisingly dropped out of competition skating either before or after parting with replacement coach Peter Oppegard.

Yu-Na Kim has now thankfully reunited with two of her childhood coaches, Shin Hye-sook and Ryu Jong-hyun and Yu-Na still works with David Wilson.

Some images and text courtesy of : http://bigstory.ap.org/photo/kim-yu-na-4 and http://http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/winter-sports-roundup.ap/

Kim Yu-Na Impressive skating return 2013

 

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No Kim Yu-Na at 4 Continents 2011

No Kim Yu-Na at 4 Continents 2011

No Kim Yu-Na at 4 Continents 2011 ~ with No Kim Yu-Na at 4 Continents 2011  no surprise then, it’s an all Japanese line up on the medals podium (below), although of course Mirai Nagasu does reprepresent the USA.

With Kim Yu-Na not competing at Four Continents Competition 2011 it is not surprising to see Ando and Asada in the gold and silver spots. Kim Yu-Na was the only skater that stood a chance against these two outstanding ice dance champion’s.

It is however a surprise to see Asada in second place (silver) perhaps she was lulled into a sense of false security without her close rival Kim Yu-Na to push her on.

Four Continents Competition 2011 winners :- 1st Miki Ando (JPN), 2nd Mao Asada (JPN), 3rd Mirai Nagasu (USA)

Interesting the winners namse all begin with ‘M’  “TheThree M‘s”  Miki Ando ~ Mao Asada ~ Mirai Nagasu

There was a Kim at the ISU 4 Continents and she was South Korean but it was not the Olympic champion Kim we all wanted to see, instead it was the brave Kim Chae-Hwa skating her last competition dance routine, she is to retire this year and start her new career in as an assistant coach.

Kim Chae-Hwa (above) was ranked 4th at this stage but finished in 16th position.

Event
Four Continents Championships
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
    ~      14th    14th    14th    16th    13th     ~      16th

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Olympic Gold

Olympic Gold

Olympic Gold

Kim Yu-Na Olympic Gold medalist holds up her gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics figure skating competition. The 2010 Winter Olympics was held at Pacific Coliseum between February 14 and 27, 2010. It was the 23rd edition of the figure skating event at the Olympics, and the 21st edition at the Winter Olympics.

Kim was born in 1990 in Bucheon, Gyeonggi and moved to Gunpo when she was six years old. She trained initially in South Korea before moving to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in May 2007. She spent four years in Toronto. She currently trains in Seoul and Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Wikipedia article. In 2008, Kim was baptized as a Catholic alongside her mother, taking the saint’s name Stella.  In 2009, Kim enrolled at Korea University as a Physical Education major. The correct transliteration of her name from Korean would be ‘Kim Yeona’.  However, when she applied for her passport, she intended to write her name as ‘Yun-a’, but the official mis-wrote her name as ‘Yu-na’. In Hangul, ‘Yuna’ would properly be spelled “연” and not “유나.”From the 2010–2011 season, her name was registered as ‘Yuna Kim’ at ISU profile.

Pacific Coliseum : Location 100 North Renfrew Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5K 3N7 Broke ground 1966, Opened January 8, 1968 Renovated 1984, 2007 Expanded 1984 Owner and Operator  City of Vancouver.

Pacific Coliseum.jpg  (below) Kim Yu-na Long Programme practice skate, George Gershwin Piano Concerto.

                    

(below) Kim Yu-na Short Programme, James bond medley 2010 Vancouver Olympics (한자막) American commentary.

(below) Kim Yu-na Long Programme, Gershwin Piano Concerto 2010 Vancouver Olympics (한자막) English commentary.

Kin Yu-Na’s figure skating performance is will be remembered as one of the best of all time.

The South Korean lady Kim Yu-Na skated into the Olympic gold medal history book’s Thursday night, scoring 228.56 points and shattering her previous world record by more than 18 points. This is South Korea’s first medal at the Winter Olympics in a sport other than speedskating, Kim yu-na is just 19 years old and her win will set off celebrations from Seoul to Pyeongchang.

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Run Devil Run

Run Devil Run

Run Devil Run.

 Kim YuNa dances to the music Run Devil Run Girls’ Generation,  “Run Devil Run” was ranked 1top at the South Korean Gaon Music Chart for two weeks. Written and originally recorded by the Beatles in Abbey road London.  Run Devil RunRecorded: March 3, 1999 at Abbey Road Studios, London, England Instrumentation: Paul McCartney: lead vocal, bass guitar David Gilmour: electric guitar, lap steel guitar Mick Green: electric guitar Pete Wingfield: piano Ian Paice: drums.

Kim Yu Na Run Devil Run. Festa On Ice 2010 Seoul Olympic Park Gymnastics Gymnasium. The Olympic Gymnastics Arena is an indoor sports arena, located at the Olympic Park, in Bangi-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul South Korea. It was constructed between 31 August 1984 and 30 April 1986.
Skaters : Yu-Na Kim, Chea-Lynn Bourne, Zhang Dan, Min-Jung Kwak and Kiira Korpi.  Kim Yu-Na, Yuna Kim (Hangul : ko | 김연아, Hanja). Shae-Lynn Bourne, MSC (born January 24, 1976) is a Canadian ice dancer. Zhang Dan. (s 张丹 | t 張丹 | p Zhāng Dān born October 4, 1985 in Harbin , Heilongjiang , China ). Kwak Min-Jeong (born January 23, 1994 in Seoul ) is a South Korean figure skater, name Kwak Min-Jeong Kwak Min-Jung. Kiira Korpi, Kiira Linda Katriina Korpi (born 26 September 1988) is a Finnish figure skater.
Girls’ Generation (Korean: 소녀시대; Sonyeo Shidae) is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group, formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2007. They are also referred to as SoShi (소시) or SNSD by their fans, both abbreviated forms of the group’s Korean name.

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Girls’ Generation in January 2012. by kind courtesy of Wikipedia.
From left to right: Taeyeon, Hyoyeon, Seohyun, Sooyoung, Yoona, Jessica, Tiffany, Sunny and Yuri.

 

 

 

 

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Kim Yuna will miss the 2011-12 Grand Prix

Kim Yuna will miss the 2011-12 Grand Prix

Kim Yuna will miss the 2011-12 Grand Prix Reigning Olympic gold medalist Yu-na Kim of South Korea will not compete this season,

Kim told reporters today that she is giving herself a longer break from competitive skating, saying, “After the Vancouver Olympics last year, it’s been a whirlwind of activities on top of all the preparations for competitions. I felt I needed to take a breather.”

So that is that.  So now there is no Miki Ando and no Yu-na Kim this year.  Chances are good we’ll get a brand new world champ this season and it will be interesting watching it.  I feel like spectators are always missing out when Kim decides not to compete, however.  If she does come back, I hope she does the whole season next time and not just worlds.  No word yet on whether Kim is actually retiring.

Figure skater Kim Yu-na to sit out entire season

INCHEON, Oct. 18 (Yonhap) — Figure skater Kim Yu-na said Tuesday she will sit out the entire 2010-11 season but denied she was retiring from the sport.

“I’ve decided not to enter any event this upcoming season,” Kim told reporters at Incheon International Airport, west of Seoul, upon returning from her training camp in Los Angeles. “After the Vancouver Olympics last year, it’s been a whirlwind of activities on top of all the preparations for competitions. I felt I needed to take a breather.”

After winning gold in ladies’ singles in Vancouver with a record total of 228.56 points, Kim didn’t compete in any of the Grand Prix events organized by the International Skating Union (ISU) the following season. She only entered the world championships in April this year, and finished second behind Miki Ando of Japan.

Ambivalence.

Neither Kim Yu-na nor her fellow Olympic champion Evan Lysacek seem to be able to make up their minds about their futures in skating. This disappoints me more in the case of Kim because she was pretty much the only reason why I watched any of the Olympics two seasons ago. Whatever happened to the days when skaters hung ‘em up and hit the road with ice shows? We’ve come to learn that many star athletes often have deeply mixed feelings about the sports they are so good at. (Andre Agassi’s admission that he spent a good chunk of his life hating tennis comes to mind.) I think that Kim Yu-na still likes the competition and grand stage of figure skating but hates the grind required to stay there, so she literally can’t make up her mind whether or not to call it quits. And Yu-na knows that the source of her popularity and wealth depends a lot on her staying competitive. We’ll probably know for sure around this time next year. If Yu-na doesn’t skate in 2012-13, then we can be pretty certain she’s be done for good. For my own part, I’d like to see Yu-na go all in for at least one more season.

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Ladies ice dance Seasons

Ladies ice dance Seasons

Ladies ice dance Seasons

File:2009 GPF Ladies medal ceremony.jpg

The 2010–2011 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final was held in Beijing, China.

Ladies medalists

Season

Location

Gold

Silver

Bronze

1995–1996

France Paris

United States Michelle Kwan

Russia Irina Slutskaya

Canada Josée Chouinard

1996–1997

Canada Hamilton

United States Tara Lipinski

United States Michelle Kwan

Russia Irina Slutskaya

1997–1998

Germany Munich

United States Tara Lipinski

Germany Tanja Szewczenko

Russia Maria Butyrskaya

1998–1999

Russia St. Petersburg

Uzbekistan Tatiana Malinina

Russia Maria Butyrskaya

Russia Irina Slutskaya

1999–2000

France Lyon

Russia Irina Slutskaya

United States Michelle Kwan

Russia Maria Butyrskaya

2000–2001

Japan Tokyo

Russia Irina Slutskaya

United States Michelle Kwan

United States Sarah Hughes

2001–2002

Canada Kitchener

Russia Irina Slutskaya

United States Michelle Kwan

United States Sarah Hughes

2002–2003

Russia St. Petersburg

United States Sasha Cohen

Russia Irina Slutskaya

Russia Viktoria Volchkova

2003–2004

United States Colorado Springs

Japan Fumie Suguri

United States Sasha Cohen

Japan Shizuka Arakawa

2004–2005

China Beijing

Russia Irina Slutskaya

Japan Shizuka Arakawa

Canada Joannie Rochette

2005–2006

Japan Tokyo

Japan Mao Asada

Russia Irina Slutskaya

Japan Yukari Nakano

2006–2007

Russia St. Petersburg

South Korea Kim Yu Na

Japan Mao Asada

Switzerland Sarah Meier

2007–2008

Italy Turin

South Korea Kim Yu Na

Japan Mao Asada

Italy Carolina Kostner

2008–2009

South Korea Goyang

Japan Mao Asada

South Korea Kim Yu Na

Italy Carolina Kostner

2009–2010

Japan Tokyo

South Korea Kim Yu Na

Japan Miki Ando

Japan Akiko Suzuki

2010–2011

China Beijing

United States Alissa Czisny

Italy Carolina Kostner

Japan Kanako Murakami

2011–2012

Canada Quebec City

Italy Carolina Kostner

Japan Akiko Suzuki

Russia Alena Leonova

2012–2013

Russia Sochi

2013–2014

Japan To be determined

Ladies ice dance Seasons

Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final

1995–1996 • 1996–1997 • 1997–1998 • 1998–1999 • 1999–2000
2000–2001 • 2001–2002 • 2002–2003 • 2003–2004 • 2004–2005 • 2005–2006 • 2006–2007 • 2007–2008 • 2008–2009 • 2009–2010
2010–2011 • 2011–2012 • 2012–2013

 2005–2006 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final is an elite figure skating competition. Its name is often abbreviated “Grand Prix Final”. Skaters compete in men’s singles, ladies’ singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

The Grand Prix Final is the culminating event of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series, which consisted of Skate America, Skate Canada International, Cup of China, Trophée Eric Bompard, Cup of Russia, and NHK Trophy competitions. The top six skaters from each discipline competed in the final.

The 2005–2006 competition took place in the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan from December 16 through December 18, 2005.

Ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Mao Asada  Japan 189.62 1 1
2 Irina Slutskaya  Russia 181.48 2 2
3 Yukari Nakano  Japan 161.82 4 3
4 Miki Ando  Japan 157.30 3 4
5 Elena Sokolova  Russia 150.08 5 5
6 Alissa Czisny  United States 140.90 6 6

2006–2007 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2006 competition took place at the Ice Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia from December 14 through December 17.

Ladies

Rank

Name

Nation

Total Points

SP

FS

1

Kim Yu-Na

 South Korea

184.20

3

1

2

Mao Asada

 Japan

172.52

1

4

3

Sarah Meier

 Switzerland

170.28

4

2

4

Fumie Suguri

 Japan

158.78

5

3

5

Miki Ando

 Japan

157.32

2

6

6

Júlia Sebestyén

 Hungary

142.69

6

5

2007–2008 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 2007–2008 competition took place at the Palavela in Turin, Italy from December 13 through December 16, 2007.

Ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Kim Yu-Na  South Korea 196.83

1 2
2 Mao Asada  Japan 191.59 6 1
3 Carolina Kostner  Italy 178.93 3 3
4 Caroline Zhang  United States 176.48 2 4
5 Yukari Nakano  Japan 172.96 4 5
6 Kimmie Meissner  United States 154.22 5 6

File:2007-2008 GPF Ladies Podium.jpg

 

2008–2009 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Grand Prix Final was held in Goyang, South Korea from December 10–14, 2008. The event was organized by the Korea Skating Union. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men’s singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and ice dancing on the senior and junior levels.

Unlike the other events in both series, there was no compulsory dance portion of the competition. Ice dancers were ranked in the

original dance starting order in reverse order of their qualification to the Final.

Ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Mao Asada  Japan 188.55 2 1
2 Kim Yu-Na  South Korea 186.35 1 2

The ladies podium. From left: Kim Yu-Na (2nd), Mao Asada (1st), Carolina Kostner (3rd).
3 Carolina Kostner  Italy 168.01 4 4
4 Joannie Rochette  Canada 166.36 6 3
5 Yukari Nakano  Japan 161.93 3 6
6 Miki Ando  Japan 158.25 5 5

 File:2008-2009 GPF Ladies Podium.jpg2009–2010 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ladies

Rank

Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Kim Yu-Na  South Korea

188.86 Points

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 1
2 Miki Ando  Japan 185.94 1 2
3 Akiko Suzuki  Japan 174.00 5 3
4 Ashley Wagner  United States 162.07 6 4
5 Joannie Rochette  Canada 156.71 4 5
6 Alena Leonova  Russia 156.55 3 6
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2006-2007 Grand Prix Final

2006-2007 Grand Prix Final

2006-2007 Grand Prix Final

At the 2006-2007  Grand Prix Final in Saint Petersburg, RussiaKim Yu-Na was placed 3rd in the short program with 65.06 points and 1st place in the free skate with 119.14. points.  Yu-Na won the Grand Prix Final with 184.20 points, 11.68 points ahead of silver medalist Mao Asada.

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Kim Yu-Na  South Korea 184.20 3 1
2 Mao Asada  Japan 172.52 1 4
3 Sarah Meier  Switzerland 170.28 4 2
4 Fumie Suguri  Japan 158.78 5 3
5 Miki Ando  Japan 157.32 2 6
6 Júlia Sebestyén  Hungary 142.69 6 5

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 2006-2007 Grand Prix Final 2006 Grand Prix Final GALA Yu-Na KIM Reflection

Kim Yuna 16 Year old Korean Yuna Kim or Kim Yu-Na Her first senior world championehip 2007 world SP Canada

2006-2007 Grand Prix Final

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Hold on to your Hats

Hold on to your Hats

Hold on to your Hats  Something Korean is coming soon,  Coming soon,  Something Korean.  Kim Yu-na. The Young, Fit, Beautiful, Athletic, Well Mannered, Ice Dance Gold Medalist, and World Record Holder Kim Yuna

Kim Yu Na 김연아 Ladies Ice Dance Kim performing her short program to Danse Macabre at the 2009 World Championships.

Kim Yu-Na has a dominating performance in women’s short program The 18-year-old South Korean skates a nearly flawless routine to take control at the world championships.

Coming soon,  Something Korean.  Kim Yu-na. The Young, Fit, Beautiful, Athletic, Well Mannered, Ice Dance Gold Medalist, and World Record Holder Kim Yuna

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lips start to quiver

lips start to quiver

 

For the first time, she stood on the ice after her performance and felt her lips start to quiver. As flowers and stuffed toys rained down from the stands, her tears began to flow.Kim yuna her lips start to quiver“I can’tbelieve this day has finally come for me,”  said Kim, who was taken aback by her own crying. That emotional release, so long in the making, quickly ended as soon as Kim, the reigning world champion in women’s figure skating, got a glimpse of her score.

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Kim Yu Na Danse Macabre

Kim Yu Na Danse Macabre

Kim Yu Na Danse Macabre

Kim Yu Na 김연아 Ladies Ice Dance Kim performing her short program to Danse Macabre at the 2009 World Championships.

Kim Yu Na 김연아 Kim performing her short program to Danse Macabre at the 2009 World Championships.

Kim Yuna dances on ice to Danse Macabre 2008–2009 season

List of 2008–2009 figure skating season music From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe 2008–2009 figure skating season began on July 1, 2008, and ended on June 30, 2009. Figure skaters use music in competition.Skaters in the four disciplines of  ladies’ singles, figure skating season used the following music in their 2008–2009 competitive programs.

Kim Yu-Na

By Michelle Kwan Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1984685_1984949_1985220,00.html
Kim Yu Na ice skating Danse‑Macabre

I couldn’t have been more surprised or honored last summer when Korean figure skater Kim Yu-Na told me that as a 7-year-old, she was so inspired by my skating at the 1998 Winter Games that she memorized my skating routines, pretending to be at the Olympics. Twelve years later, she no longer had to pretend. I have never seen a skater with such a combination of artistry and athleticism. From the first notes of her sassy James Bond medley to the closing Gershwin strains, Kim’s inspiring performances in Vancouver changed the face of figure skating forever. Those 6½ minutes on the ice left not only a mark in the record book but also an indelible impression on millions of young girls around the world. For Kim, the dream that began as a 7-year-old has been realized. For these girls, thanks to her, a dream and journey are just beginning.

Kwan is the most decorated figure skater in U.S. history

Skaters Short program Free skating
Miki Ando The Chairman’s Waltz
from Memories of a Geisha (soundtrack)
by John Williams
Symphony No. 3 in C minor with Organ
by Camille Saint-Saens
Mao Asada Clair de Lune
by Claude Debussy
Waltz Masquerade
by Aram Khachaturian
Rachael Flatt
  • Moon River from Breakfast at Tiffany’s (soundtrack) by Henry Mancini
  • Piano Concerto No. 2
    by Sergei Rachmaninov
Romantic Rhapsody
by Mathieu
Yu-Na Kim Danse Macabre
by Camille Saint-Saens
Sheherazade
by Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov
Alena Leonova Al Andaluz
by Manolo Carrasco
La Leyenda del Beso
by Raul di Blasio
Laura Lepisto Imagined Oceans
by Karl Jenkins
Don Juan DeMarco (soundtrack)
by Michael Kamen
Joannie Rochette Summertime
by George Gershwin
Concierto de Aranjuez
by Joaquin Rodrigo

Kim Yu Na Danse Macabre

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