“I will make efforts to maintain the speed by supplementing my performance”…Skeleton Jung Seung-ki, who won three consecutive World Cup titles, is confident in his ambition

It was regrettable in terms of the game. In the next World Cup, I will make more efforts to maintain the speed by supplementing it.”

In the 4th edition of the 2023-2024 International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) World Cup, he promised to further develop his skeleton.마카오카지노도메인

At the 4th World Cup championships held in Saint-Moritz, Switzerland on Sunday (local time), Jung posted a time of 1:07:67 in the first period and 1:07:29 in the second period, ranking third overall with a time of 2:14.96. The gold and silver medals went to Amedeo Wagner of Italy and Christopher Grothe of Germany, who posted 2:14:07 and 2:14:59, respectively.

Jung Seung-ki, who won his first ever World Cup medal by winning a bronze medal in the sixth World Cup event of the 2021-2022 season, is the hope of Korean skeleton. He ranked 10th in the final at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, and swept three silver and one bronze medal at the 2022-2023 World Cup.

Jung continued his performance this season. He ranked fourth in the first competition, won the second competition, and won the silver medal in the third competition, and stood at the podium for three consecutive competitions.

In addition, Jung Seung-ki, who accumulated 827 World Cup ranking points as a result of the day, firmly secured the top spot in this season’s World Cup ranking.

Despite this, Jung was not satisfied. “I feel great to be able to rank third in this World Cup, but I was disappointed in terms of the game,” Jung said through the Korea Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation after the match. “I will make more efforts to maintain the pace in the next World Cup.”

Jung Seung-ki then said, “I feel good to be able to finish this tournament and maintain the top spot in the World Cup rankings,” adding, “I will maintain consistent performance in the rest of the tournament.”

Meanwhile, Kim Ji-soo, who participated together in the first and second rounds, ranked eighth with a combined time of 2:15.59, while the skeleton team plans to move to Norway to prepare for the fifth World Cup tournament on January 26.

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