TGIF

An extraordinary winter with Dirty Water, an unseasonably Early Dump of Snow, Wicked Winds, record rainfall of this year is officially over by March 20, 2007. 

Well… “Not So Fast!” 

Mother nature answering back with record high rainfalls this month.  The rainfall doubled average March rainfall of 114mm over Vancouver.  Moreover…Vancouverites could only enjoy SUNSHINE in total of 47 hours for last 3 weeks. Vancouverites reacted with this lack of brightness with Symptoms include, “an inability to respond to your surroundings … to initiate any kind of exertion … sleeping all the time.”

Regardless of bad spring weather, It’s TGIF!

Today, I especially want to post an exciting news about Beautiful South Korean starlet Yu-NA Kim.  

She leads the women’s short program at the World Figure Skating Championships with a World record high 71.95 points in Tokyo today.  Yu-na Kim is the first Korean figure skater to win an ISU Champions (2006 World Junior Championships). She also was the first Korean to medal at ISU Championship (Silver at the 2005 World Junior Championships). She has been training partially in Canada.

  

She will be the first Korean Women figure skater to win the title at the World Figure Skating Championships if she could amuse us with another beautiful performance on Free Style Skating Tomorrow (Mar 24th, 2007).

Brilliant! Beautiful! Yu-na Kim. Cheers!

TGIF!

<Update>

Yu-na  Kim got a bronze medal after women’s singles free skating of the World Figure Skating Championships in
Tokyo, Saturday 24 March 2007. 

Gold medalist Miki Ando of Japan shows off her medal with compatriot silver medallist Mao Asada (L) and bronze medallist Kim Yu-na (R) of South Korea after the women’s singles free skating of the World Figure Skating Championships in
Tokyo, Japan.


Silver medallist Mao Asada of Japan and bronze medallist Kim Yu-na (R) of South Korea are celebrated by fans after the women’s singles free skating of the World Figure Skating Championships in
Tokyo, Saturday 24 March 2007.

Well done Yu-na!

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6 Responses to “TGIF”

  1. tomojiro Says:

    She did well although I heard she had problems with her injured back. If she is in full fit, I’ll bet that she has a good chance to win the Gold medal someday. Maybe at the Olimpic games.

    By the way, all medal winners were Asians. What happened to the American skaters and the Russian one?

  2. tomojiro Says:

    She was very good. I heard she had a problem with her back. If she is in full fit, I think she has a good chance to win the gold one. Maybe at the olimpic.

  3. JiMong Says:

    Hi Tomojiro,

    Yes, that’s what I heard too. More over, Her bronze medal is also very valuable one as Figure Skating is not popular sports as in Japan. Hope to see another beautiful performance at Japan Open Figure Skating on April.

  4. Bravo Yuna Kim! « I Dream Therefore I Am Says:

    […] Yuna Kim! By JiMong It took two years for Yuna Kim, coached by Canadian Brian Orser, becoming the first skater in history to eclipse the 200 point […]

  5. luoshengying Says:

    Don’t cry, Yuan!

  6. luoshengying Says:

    Don’t cry, Yuna!

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