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2017 South Korean Figure Skating Championships

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2017 South Korean Figure Skating Championships
Type:National Championship
Date:January 6 – 8
Season:2016–17
Location:Gangneung
Venue:Gangneung Ice Arena
Champions
Men's singles:
Cha Jun-hwan
Ladies' singles:
Lim Eun-soo
Pair skating:
Ji Min-ji / Themistocles Leftheris
Ice dance:
Min Yura / Alexander Gamelin
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The 2017 South Korean Figure Skating Championships (Korean: 제71회 전국 남녀 피겨스케이팅 종합선수권대회) were held from January 6–8, 2017 at the Gangneung Ice Arena in Gangneung.[1] It was organized by Korea Skating Union. This was the 71st edition of those championships held.

Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing on the senior, junior levels for the title of national champion of South Korea. The results of the national championships were used to choose the Korean teams to the 2017 World Junior Championships and 2017 World Championships.

The Korea Skating Union published the list of entries on December 28, 2016.[2] Cha Jun-hwan won his first national title.[3][4][5] Lim Eun-soo also won her first title.[6]

Senior results

Senior men

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Cha Jun-hwan 238.07 1 81.83 1 156.24
2 Kim Jin-seo 216.16 2 77.25 2 138.91
3 Lee Si-hyeong 189.91 5 58.46 3 131.45
4 Byun Se-jong 182.81 4 59.79 4 123.02
5 Lee June-hyoung 178.56 3 64.19 6 114.37
6 An Geon-hyeong 167.21 7 50.30 5 116.91
7 Park Sung-hoon 161.29 8 49.08 7 112.21
8 Lee Dong-won 160.90 6 53.60 8 107.30

Senior ladies

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Lim Eun-soo 191.98 1 64.53 1 127.45
2 Kim Ye-lim 183.27 2 63.98 4 119.29
3 Kim Na-hyun 181.78 3 62.87 5 118.91
4 Choi Da-bin 181.48 4 60.19 3 121.29
5 You Young 180.88 6 58.71 2 122.17
6 Kam Yun-kyung 170.81 5 59.37 7 111.44
7 An So-hyun 168.68 7 58.23 8 110.45
8 Kim Ha-nul 167.56 14 50.31 6 117.25
9 Lee Hyun-soo 158.84 15 50.02 9 108.82
10 To Ji-hun 155.56 16 49.89 10 105.67
11 Jeon Gyo-hee 153.20 10 52.80 11 100.40
12 Son Suh-hyun 152.25 8 54.96 12 97.29
13 Kim Hae-jin 146.83 11 52.49 15 94.34
14 Noh Chae-eun 145.12 12 51.18 16 93.94
15 Lee Seo-young 145.05 9 52.88 18 92.17
16 Choi Yu-jin 143.03 13 50.58 17 92.45
17 Kwon Ye-na 141.94 17 47.34 14 94.60
18 Jeon Su-Been 140.85 19 45.90 13 94.95
19 Kim Bo-young 137.20 20 45.89 19 91.31
20 Yoon Eun-su 136.61 18 47.22 20 89.39
21 Lee Ji-won 131.19 21 44.85 21 86.34
22 Kang Soo-min 126.06 24 42.55 22 83.51
23 Kim Sena 120.62 23 43.37 23 77.25
24 Youn Ha-rim 112.46 22 44.41 24 68.05
Did not advance to free skating
25 Lee Ji-Yun 42.03 25 42.03 N/A
26 Kim Tae-kyung 41.99 26 41.99 N/A
27 Shim Kyoung-yeon 41.85 27 41.85 N/A
28 Jang Hyun-su 39.77 28 39.77 N/A
29 Choi Hwi 39.71 29 39.71 N/A
30 Yoon Min-seo 38.68 30 38.68 N/A
31 Kim Ah-hyun 37.56 31 37.56 N/A
32 Lim Na-yeong 35.35 32 35.35 N/A
33 Park Go-eun 35.29 33 35.29 N/A
34 Kim Su-hyun 34.42 34 34.42 N/A
35 Cho Yu-bin 24.54 35 24.54 N/A

Senior pairs

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Ji Min-ji / Themistocles Leftheris 140.49 2 47.22 2 93.27
2 Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae 137.62 3 44.24 1 93.38
3 Kim Kyu-eun / Alex Kang-chan Kam 127.57 1 49.30 3 78.27

Senior ice dance

Rank Name Total points SD FD
1 Yura Min / Alexander Gamelin 134.36 1 56.34 1 78.02
2 Lee Ho-jung / Richard Kang-in Kam 127.80 2 51.25 2 76.55

International team selections

Winter Universiade

Based on the results of the 2016 KSU President Cup Ranking Competition from October 14–16, 2016.

Men Ladies
1 Kim Jin-seo Park So-youn (withdrew)
2 Lee June-hyoung Kim Hae-jin
3 Lee Dong-won Choi Hwi

Four Continents Championships

Based on the results of the 2016 KSU President Cup Ranking Competition from October 14–16, 2016.

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
1 Kim Jin-seo Kim Na-hyun Ji Min-ji / Themistocles Leftheris Min Yura / Alexander Gamelin
2 Lee June-hyoung Park So-youn (withdrew) Kim Kyu-eun / Alex Kang-chan Kam Lee Ho-jung / Richard Kang-in Kam
3 Lee Si-hyeong Choi Da-bin Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae
1st alt. Byun Se-jong Son Suh-hyun (added)
2nd alt. Kim Sena
3rd alt. Byun Ji-hyun

Asian Winter Games

Based on the results of the 2016 KSU President Cup Ranking Competition from October 14–16, 2016.

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
1 Kim Jin-seo Kim Na-hyun Kim Kyu-eun / Alex Kang-chan Kam Lee Ho-jung / Richard Kang-in Kam
2 Lee June-hyoung Park So-youn (withdrew) Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae
1st alt. Lee Si-hyeong Choi Da-bin (added)

World Junior Championships

Men Ladies Pairs
1 Cha Jun-hwan Lim Eun-soo Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae
2 Lee Si-hyeong Kim Ye-lim (withdrew)
1st alt. Byun Se-jong An So-hyun (added)
2nd alt. An Geon-hyeong Kim Ha-nul

World Championships

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
1 Kim Jin-seo Kim Na-hyun (withdrew) Ji Min-ji / Themistocles Leftheris (withdrew) Yura Min / Alexander Gamelin
1st alt. Choi Da-bin (added)
2nd alt. Son Suh-hyun

References

  1. ^ "제71회 전국남녀 피겨스케이팅 종합선수권대회 공고". Korea Skating Union. November 25, 2016. Archived from the original on November 27, 2016.
  2. ^ "Entries". Korea Skating Union. December 28, 2016. Archived from the original on December 28, 2016.
  3. ^ "Olympic figure skating hopeful claims 1st nat'l title". Yonhap News Agency. January 8, 2017. Archived from the original on January 9, 2017.
  4. ^ Baek, Byung-yeul (January 8, 2017). "Teenage figure skater Cha Jun-hwan wins nat'l championship". Korea Times. Archived from the original on January 9, 2017.
  5. ^ Gallagher, Jack (January 10, 2017). "Orser's 'Rink of Champions' has a new one in Cha". The Japan Times.
  6. ^ Lee, Soon-heung (January 9, 2017). "Teen Figure Skaters Lay Claim to Kim Yu-na's Laurels". The Chosun Ilbo.

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