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Kim Yu Na
Yuna Kim
KTM
Kim at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
Personal info
Country represented South Korea
Birthday/Birthplace (1990-09-05) September 5, 1990
Bucheon, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea
Lives Where Seoul, South Korea
Height 1.64 m (5 ft 4 1⁄2 in)
Former coach Shin Hea-sook
Ryu Jong-hyun
Peter Oppegard
Brian Orser
Kim Se-yol
Chi Hyun-jung
Former choreographer David Wilson
Sandra Bezic
Tom Dickson
Brian Orser
Jeffrey Buttle
Jadene Fullen
Kim Se-yol
Catarina Lindgren
Chi Hyun-jung
Garnet
Former skating club East West Ice Palace
TCS & CC
Began skating 1996
Retired February 20, 2014
World standing 24 (2012–2013)
51 (2011–2012)
6 (2010–2011)
1 (2009–2010)
2 (2008–2009)
2 (2007–2008)[6] 2 (2006–2007)[7] 10 (2005–2006)[8]
Season’s bests 2 (2013–2014)[9] 1 (2012–2013)[10] 3 (2010–2011)[11] 1 (2009–2010)[12] 1 (2008–2009)[13] 1 (2007–2008)
3 (2006–2007)
8 (2005–2006)
14 (2004–2005)
ISU personal best scores
Combined total 228.56[14] 2010 Winter Olympics
Short program 78.50[15] 2010 Winter Olympics
Free skate 150.06[16] 2010 Winter Olympics

Medal record

Representing  South Korea
Ladies’ Singles Figure skating
Event 1st 2nd 3rd
Olympic Games 1 1 0
World Championships 2 2 2
Four Continents Championships 1 0 0
Grand Prix Final 3 1 0
World Junior Championships 1 1 0
Junior Grand Prix Final 1 1 0
Total 9 6 2

Kim Yu-Na (Hangul: 김연아, Hanja: 金 姸 兒, AFI: [kimjʌna]) (born September 5, 1990 in Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do) is a former skater on South Korean ice.

He has won the gold medal in the Winter Olympics in 2010, the world championship in 2009 and 2013, the Four Continents championship in 2009, the Grand Prix final three times (2006-2007, 2007 -2008, 2009-2010), the junior world championship in 2006, the Junior Grand Prix final of 2005-2006, and the national ice skating championship of South Korea nine times.

Kim is the first ice figure skater to have won a medal and has won the ISU Junior Grand Prix series, the Grand Prix final, the Grand Prix series, the Grand Prix final , in the championship of the Four Continents, in the world championships and in the Winter Olympic Games. She is one of the most recognized and mediated athletes in South Korea.

Kim had the women’s scoring record in the short program between 2007 and 2014, in the free program between 2007 and 2016 and held the record in total score in November 2016. Kim is the first skater to surpass the barrier of 200 points, and also the first to obtain a performance score of +2.20 for its jumps From 2010 to 2011 it ranked first in the world ranking developed by the ISU.

Kim Yu Na’s Biography

Kim was born in 1990 in Bucheon, Gyeonggi, and moved to Gunpo when he was six years old. He initially trained in South Korea before moving to Toronto, Ontario, Canada in May 2007, where he spent four years. Currently trains in Seoul, South Korea.

The correct transliteration of his name in Korean would be ‘Kim Yeona.’ When he applied for his passport, however, he intended to write his name as’ Yun-a ‘, but the official miswrote his name as’ Yu -na ‘. In Hangul ‘Yeon-a’ would be written correctly “연아” and not “유나” From 2010 to the 2011 season, his name was registered as ‘Yuna Kim’ in his ISU profile.

Yuna professes the Catholic religion, during the 2007 World Figure Skating Championships she wore a Miraculous Medal she received from a nun.

In 2012 Yuna donated ₩ 70 million (approximately $ 59,300) to a Catholic charity. The money will be used to build 100 schools in South Sudan.

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