Nathan Chen stood firm on the Olympic ice that four years ago fingered slippery.
At the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 with skating into first place with a world trace score of 113.97, the ruling and three-time world champion figure skater delivered a blistering recital in the men’s short event inside the Capital Indoor Stadium.
The American whose age is 22 years, skating to “La Boheme” was chopped by this segment at PyeongChang 2018; but taking a five-point enter into Thursday’s (10 February) free skate, and shook any Olympic flickers that may have been lingering him on Tuesday.
Chen told U.S. broadcaster NBC that “I’m fair thrilled,” “Last Olympics both of my short programs didn’t go the track smoothly that I wanted.
Kagiyama Yuma, is the victor of Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020, was fair as impressive, the 18-year-old smiling in the “Kiss and Cry” next to his father and guider with Masakazu, a two-time Olympian. Kagiyama made a total of 108.12 runs.
Uno Shoma, 2018 Olympic silver medallist, is on the third number with a 105.90 score.
Hanyu Yuzuru, the ruling and two-time Olympic champion, skated in the penultimate group with Kagiyama and Uno’s Japanese national but unfolded his skate with a popped quadruple Salchow trial, damage of nine points as he singled the hedge. After the short, he made a 95.15 to sit in eighth place.
The victor stated that he was caught in a hole in the ice as he make; himself ready for his first hedge.
Hanyu is 27 years old now, and he told the reporters that “When I take off, I was in some hole by another skater’s hedge. he also added that It was my bad luck.”