2006-2007 Grand Prix Final
At the 2006-2007 Grand Prix Final in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Kim 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.
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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
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.“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.
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.
“Great expectations and she delivered on every single one of them”
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