Analyzing the growth of ‘new ice queen’ Kim Min-seon (23, Uijeongbu City Hall), who rose to the top of the world with a terrifying momentum this season, Lee Sang-hwa (33, retired), the ‘original ice queen’ ) reminds us of the appearance of

Kim Min-sun is growing up with a performance similar to her idealization, like her déjà vu.

Her behavior of Kim Min-seon resembles Lee Sang-hwa from her junior days.

Lee Sang-hwa set the women’s 500m junior world record (37:81) in 2007 when she was 18 years old, and Kim Min-sun broke this record at the age of 18 in September 2017 while attending Seomun Girls’ High School.

At that time, Kim Min-sun took a record of 37 seconds 70 in the women’s 500m at the ‘Pole Classic 2017’ held at the Olympic Oval in Calgary, Canada, and she surpassed Lee Sang-hwa’s previous record (37 seconds 81) in 10 years.

Since then, Min-sun Kim has not been able to show her growth rate as much as she expected due to her chronic back pain problem.

Lee Sang-hwa: After winning the gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, she was unable to rise to the top of the world due to intensive checks from her rivals, including Jeni Wolf (Germany).

Lee Sang-hwa has posted overwhelming results since the 2012-2013 season when she was 23 years old, and Kim Min-sun also won all of the women’s 500m in her 1st to 4th World Cup competitions at the age of 23 this season.

The record trend is also similar. Lee Sang-hwa broke the 37-second barrier for the first time in her history by recording 36 seconds 99 in the first race of the women’s 500m at the 2012-2013 International Skating Union (ISU) Speed ​​Skating World Cup 6th event held in January 2013.

In the second race of the women’s 500 m, she set a world record of 36 seconds and 80 seconds.

Kim Min-seon also set a record for her 36 invitations in the 2022-2023 season at the age of 23.

On the 10th, she won the World Cup 3rd Women’s 500m in Calgary, Canada, with a personal record of 36.972 seconds. won the gold medal

Kim Min-seon, walking the path of Lee Sang-hwa, now challenges Lee Sang-hwa’s world record (36 seconds 36).

On November 17, 2013, Lee Sang-hwa achieved a world record of 36.36 seconds in the second race of the women’s 500m Division A (first division) at the 2013-2014 World Cup 2nd Competition held in Salt Lake City, USA. This record has not been broken 9 years later.

Kim Min-seon is evaluated as the closest to Lee Sang-hwa’s world record among active players. He hinted at the possibility of breaking the world record by setting the only record of 36 seconds in the World Cup this season.

There are many challenges to overcome in order to break the world record.

The first priority is the starting problem. Since her junior days, Kim Min-seon suffered a considerable loss at the start due to her slow starting response.

He did the same in the World Cup this season. Kim Min-seon passed the first 100m in 10 seconds 46, the 4th overall record at the 4th World Cup event, which set his personal best. It differs by 0.37 seconds from the initial 100m performance (10 seconds 09) set by Lee Sang-hwa when she set the world record.

“The starting problem is something Kim Min-seon is well aware of,” said Jegal Seong-ryeol, coach of Uijeongbu City Hall, a team Kim Min-seon belongs to.

There is also an opinion that an environment should be created so that Kim Min-seon can focus more on his main sport.

Currently, Kim Min-seon is participating in the women’s 500m and women’s 1,000m as well as the women’s team sprint event, which is a group event.메이저사이트

Unlike individual events, team events have different training methods and racing styles, which could adversely affect Kim Min-seon, who should focus on short-distance events.

In fact, the world’s top players in competing countries tend to focus only on their main sport.

Lee Sang-hwa also focused on her main event, the women’s 500m, during her time as an athlete.

The injury problem is also a task that Kim Min-sun must overcome. Kim Min-seon, who has suffered from a chronic back injury for a long time, needs more meticulous management to prevent his recurrence.

Kim Min-seon, who has been running non-stop by participating in the 1st to 4th World Cup competitions and the 4 Continents Championships, plans to return to Korea on the 20th with his teammates and take a short break.

The 5th and 6th World Cups will be held in February next year, and the World Championships will be held in March next year.