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Kim Yuna
Kim

Birthdate

September 5, 1990

Birthplace

Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Gold Medals

1

World Championships

2

Kim Yuna is a South Korean figure skater. Kim won the gold medal in 2010 and the silver in 2014. Kim is a two time World Champion (2009, 2013). Kim currently holds the world record for highest score in the short, free and overall score for ladies singles which she set at the 2010 Olympics. Kim retired after the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Kim never finished off the podium at a competition during her entire skating career.

Major Competition ResultsEdit

  • Olympics
  • World Championships
    • 2007-3rd
    • 2008-3rd
    • 2009-1st
    • 2010-2nd
    • 2011-2nd
    • 2013-1st
  • Four Continents
    • 2009-1st
  • Grand Prix Final
    • 2007-1st
    • 2008-1st
    • 2009-2nd
    • 2010-1st
  • South Korean Championships
  • Junior World Championships
    • 2005-2nd
    • 2006-1st

Detailed Results and ProgramsEdit

2013-2014 Season Events

Date Event SP FP Total
February 19-20, 2014 2014 74.92 [1] 144.19 [2] 219.11 [2]
January 1-5, 2004 South Korean National Championships 80.60 [1] 147.26 [1] 227.86 [1]
December 5-9, 2013 Golden Spin of Zagreb 73.37 [1] 131.12 [1] 204.49 [1]

Programs

Short Program Free Skate
Send in the Clowns by Stephen Sondheim; choreographed by David Wilson Adiós Nonino by Astor Piazzolla; choroegraphed by David Wilson

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