Choi Ji-eun

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Choi Ji-Eun
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Personal information
Full name Choi Ji-eun
Country represented  South Korea
Born (1988-05-25) May 25, 1988 (age 26)
Daejeon
Home town Seoul
Height 1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)
Coach Lee Kyu-Hyun
Choreographer Yutaka Higuchi
ISU personal best scores
Combined total 122.68
2005 Four Continents
Short program 43.95
2005 JGP Japan
Free skate 81.43
2005 Four Continents
Choi Ji-eun
Hangul 최지은
Hanja
Revised Romanization Choe Ji-eun
McCune–Reischauer Ch'oe Chiŭn
This is a Korean name; the family name is Choi.

Choi Ji-eun (born May 25, 1988 in Daejeon, South Korea) is a South Korean figure skater who currently works as a coach. She is the 2004-2006 South Korean silver medalist. She won the bronze medal at the 2006 Junior Grand Prix event in Hungary and has competed in three World Figure Skating Championships.

Biography[edit]

Choi was born on May 25, 1988 in Daejeon, South Korea. She began skating at age 10.[1]

Choi was the leading South Korean senior skater in 2005. She attempted to qualify South Korea a spot in the ladies event at the 2006 Olympics, but placed 11th at the KSM, and so did not qualify.

Choi won the bronze medal at the 2007 National among four senior ladies,[2] however the ISU has a wrong result of the Nationals.

Choi has been credited with performing a flying layback spin in competition.[3] She is one of the few skaters to achieve this distinction.

Competitive highlights[edit]

Post-2005[edit]

Event 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
World Championships 38th
Four Continents Championships 13th
World Junior Championships 20th
South Korean Championships 2nd 3rd 6th WD 6th
Nebelhorn Trophy 23rd
NRW Trophy 20th
Asian Winter Games 9th
Winter Universiade 9th
Karl Schäfer Memorial 11th
Junior Grand Prix, Hungary 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Taiwan 4th
Junior Grand Prix, Estonia 10th
Junior Grand Prix, Japan 6th
  • WD = Withdrawn

Pre-2005[edit]

Event 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005
World Championships 30th 30th
Four Continents Championships 10th
World Junior Championships 18th
South Korean Championships 2nd N. 2nd J. 3rd 3rd 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Ukraine 15th
Junior Grand Prix, Belgrade 9th
Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 6th
Junior Grand Prix, Italy 14th
Triglav Trophy 4th J.
  • N = Novice level; J = Junior level

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