It is unclear whether he will be able to demonstrate his former skills in this year's recovery. In the overwhelming victory of Mottoba, Eun-Soo plays Elizabeth Truchinbaeva (Kazakhstan) and Sophia both in medal competition with Roba (Russia) Yamashita.
Im Eun-soo has recently been featured on the ISU website, and has been on the international stage. Born in 2003, Eun-Soo Lim is the youngest player to compete in this tournament.
After finishing the fourth round last week, he immediately left for Moscow, Russia. This is a tournament in a week, so it is important to control your physical condition and condition. In particular, Eun - soo collided with Japan 's Mihara Mai during the fourth free skating excursion and fell on the ice.
Fortunately, it did not hurt much, but it did affect the game immediately. Im Eun-soo said, "After finishing the fourth round, we have to prepare for the fifth round in Moscow. I want to clean the program."
In particular, the tournament will be accompanied by Rafael Artunian (Armania), the leader of Eun-Soo Lim. "It's a great help to train with world-class players," he said.
A star American figure skater is accused of intentionally injuring a South Korean rival with her skate blade, according to news reports.
Mariah Bell, 22, allegedly attacked 16-year-old Lim Eun-soo on Wednesday during their final warm-up before the ladies’ short program at the International Skating Union World Figure Skating Championships in Saitama, Japan, cutting her left calf with her skate blade, the Yonhap News Agency reported.
The incident — which recalls the infamous incident at the 1994 Winter Games, when Tonya Harding was accused of hiring someone to injure her chief rival, Nancy Kerrigan — appeared to be premeditated, according to a representative for Lim’s management agency, All That Sports.
Lim was skating near the walls in an effort to avoid contact with others when Bell approached her from behind, the rep said.
“Lim was slowly skating on the edge of the rink after completing her turn,” the representative said, according to the Telegraph. “Mariah Bell, who was scheduled to rehearse after Lim, suddenly kicked and stabbed Lim’s calf with her skate blades.”
“Mariah Bell didn’t apologize to Lim Eun-soo after the incident and instead continued to rehearse for her routine,” the spokesperson continued. “We believe this is not a minor situation that can happen in an official rehearsal.”
Lim’s wound was bandaged in time for her to take the ice — and she still defeated her rival, coming in fifth place with a personal high, 72.91 points, the outlet reported. Bell ranked sixth with 71.25 points.