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Transcript of Kim Yu-Na
Kim Yuna was born in 1990 in Bucheon, Gyeonggi. Her parents are Hyeon-seok Kim and Mee-Hee Park. Then her family moved to Gunpo when she was six years old. This is when she started figure skating.
South Korea first sat up and paid attention to Yuna Kim during the 2004-2005 season when she placed second at the Junior Grand Prix Final, earning Korea's first international medal in the history of figure skating.
Thursday, May 14, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Kim Yuna is a former South Korean figure skater. She is the 2010 Olympic champion and 2014 silver medalist in ladies' singles; the 2009, 2013 World champion; the 2009 Four Continents champion; a three-time (2006–2007, 2007–2008, 2009–2010) Grand Prix Final champion; the 2006 World Junior champion; the 2005 Junior Grand Prix Final champion; and a six-time (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2013, 2014) South Korean national champion. She retired this year after the Winter Olympic.
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Kim Yuna with her older sister, Kim Aera
2010-2011 season/2010 Winter Olympic
During 2006-2007 season, Kim competed in 2006 Skate Canada Senior International Debut, and 2006 Trophée Eric Bompard. Kim was forced to withdraw on 2007 South Korean Championship, due to her injury. However, Kim was selected for 2007 World Championship based on her previous skating record. She finished the competition with highest score among the Korean skaters, and behind two Japanese skaters, Miki Ando and Mao Asada. Kim's placement qualified South Korea two ladies entries for the 2008 World Figure Skating Championships.
Kim performing her free skate to The Lark Ascending at the 2006 Skate Canada.
In March 2007, Brian Orser became her new full-time coach. Satisfied with the training environment in Toronto, Kim made Toronto her training home. Kim was qualified for 2007 Cup of China, 2007 Cup of Russia , 2007–2008 Grand Prix Final, and 2008 World Championship. Kim won a silver bronze medal in the 2008 World Championship, winning her second consecutive bronze medal at the World Championships.
In 2010, Kim competed in the 2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver, Canada.
In August of 2010, Kim and her coach of four years, Brian Orser parted ways. Peter Oppegard became her new coach in October.
She won a silver medal in the 2011 World Figure Skating Championships.
On 2012, Kim participated in minor events to score enough technical points to qualify for the 2013 World Championships.
Kim competed in 2013 Golden Spin of Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia from December 5–8, 2013. She won a gold medal, beating Miki Ando of Japan.
In February 2014, Kim competed in the ladies event at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, where she won an Olympic silver medal. After this event, Kim announced that the Olympics would mark the end of her competitive skating career.
Kim performing at 2014 Winter Olympic Games
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