Two-time world bronze medallist Boyang Jin received the free skate on Saturday to defend the boys’s title on the Cup of China.
The Chinese language skater, who was first after the quick program, landed three quadruple jumps to attain 186.95 factors for a complete of 290.89. He skated to “The Home of the Rising Solar.”
Yan Han, the silver medallist ultimately 12 months’s Cup of China, completed second with 264.81 factors and Chinese language junior champion Chen Yudong was third with 226.21.
The Cup of China is the second occasion of the Worldwide Skating Union’s Grand Prix sequence however has been scaled down as a result of coronavirus.
There have been no spectators allowed on the Chongqing Huaxi Tradition and Sports activities Heart. The competitors usually attracts skaters from all over the world however was restricted to home athletes due to journey restrictions.
COVID-19 has pressured Olympic qualifiers and different main worldwide competitions in China to be cancelled or relocated, however the staging of the ISU occasion is seen as an indication that issues are slowly returning to regular.
With the Beijing Olympics scheduled for February 2022, the Cup of China is being utilized by the China Skating Affiliation to gauge the progress of a few of its most promising skaters.
Chen Hongyi, first after the quick program, received the free skate to seize the ladies’s title with 186.53 factors. Li Angel was second with 148.33 and Jin Minzhi took bronze with 135.43.
Wang Shiyue and Liu Xinyu held on to their lead from Friday and positioned first within the free dance to win the ice dance occasion with 206.84 factors. Chen Hong and Solar Zhouming had been second with 192.26 adopted by Ning Wangqi and Wang Chao with 171.90.
The subsequent spherical of the ISU Grand Prix sequence is the Rostelecom Cup in Russia from Nov. 20-22.
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