After winning the first event of the Gangwon 2024 Winter Youth Olympic Games (Gangwon 2024), slopestyle, Korean snowboarding sensation Lee Chae-woon (Surigo) is determined to stay on top in the remaining two events. “I can’t believe this moment,” Lee said in an interview with the Olympic Information Service after winning the men’s slopestyle event at the Gangwon 2024 Snowboarding Championships at Welly Healy Park Ski Resort in Hwaseong, Gangwon Province, on Friday. I can’t express it in words,” he said in an interview with the Olympic Information Service. Lee scored 96 points in the men’s slopestyle final at Gangwon 2024 to win by a huge margin over second-place finisher Eli Bouchard of Canada (90 points).
It was the third gold medal for South Korea at the Games, and the country’s first in snowboarding at the Winter Youth Olympic Games. The country’s only previous medal in both skiing and snowboarding came at the 2016 Lillehammer Winter Youth Olympic Games, when Kim Magnus won a double in cross-country skiing, and Jeong Jung-rim won bronze in the women’s halfpipe at the same 2016 event. The gold medal was a first for snowboarding, even when expanded to the adult Winter Olympics. Lee Sang-ho won the first silver medal in the men’s parallel slalom at Pyeongchang 2018, and Lee Chae-woon made history with a gold in the youth event. Lee, who won the men’s halfpipe at the FIS World Championships in March last year as the youngest athlete in history (16 years, 10 months) and is already a top athlete at the adult level, dominated the day in slopestyle, which is not his main event .His main event, the halfpipe, involves aerial performances such as spins and jumps on a semi-cylindrical slope that are scored and ranked by judges, while slopestyle is performed on a course with a variety of features and jumps.
Lee, who took first place in the first part of the final with 91.50 points after landing back-to-back four-rotation jumps, fell on the landing of her last jump in the second part and scored only 37.50 points. However, in the third and final period, she managed to improve her score with a triumphant four-and-a-half-turn jump to win the gold medal. “I didn’t care about the score, I just focused on my skills,” said Lee. “I didn’t care about the score, I just focused on my skills,” said Lee, “and when I landed after the last trick, I was really excited. I’m happy to be able to do that at the Winter Youth Olympic Games. “Having made a name for himself in his first Youth Olympic Games in Anbang, Lee now has his sights set on the “triple crown.” He will compete in the big air qualifier on Feb. 27, the final on Feb. 28, and the halfpipe on Feb. 1.Lee, who also thanked his family and others for their support, said, “I’m off to a good start. My goal is to win gold in 온라인카지노 both big air and halfpipe,” she said.