# Ice Speed Kim Min-seon Wins Silver Medal in 500m World Championships... As the last curved stock, it is crooked First medal in my life... First place winner in women's 500m since Lee Sang-hwa Kim Min-seon (24, Uijeongbu City Hall), the ‘Queen of Confidence and Deception’, won a medal at the World Championships in each event for the first time in her life. Min-seon Kim won her silver medal with a time of 37.19 seconds in the women's 500m at the 2024 International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Championships held at the Olympic Oval in Calgary, Canada on the 17th (Korean time). This is the first time that Kim Min-seon has won a prize at the Senior World Championships. **[카지노](https://www.casinositeking.com)** In addition, it is the first time since Lee Sang-hwa (retired) that a Korean athlete stands on the podium in the women's 500m at the Senior World Championships. Lee Sang-hwa won three gold medals, two silver medals, and two bronze medals at the World Championships in each discipline during her career, and she last won a silver medal at the 2017 Gangneung Games. On this day, Kim Min-seon played in the best condition. Min-seon Kim, who ran with Kurumi Inagawa (Japan) in the Group 11 outcourse, passed his first 100m in 10.40 seconds, third place overall. It was not a bad record for [Kim Min-seon](https://www.hebergementweb.org/threads/lee-joo-ho-ranks-5th-in-koreas-backstroke-history.1142326/), who had a relatively poor start. Kim Min-seon continued the race smoothly, increasing her speed with her unique, lively skating. However, a mistake occurred at the last curve. Kim Min-seon, unable to overcome the centrifugal force, lightly touched the ice with his left hand and suffered considerable damage at this point. Kim Min-seon did not lose concentration until the end. He ran with all his might on the final straightaway and crossed the finish line second fastest overall. Kim Min-seon ranked first overall until Group 11, but Fecker Kok (Netherlands), who competed in Group 12, won by crossing the finish line with a time of 36.83 seconds. The bronze medal went to Kimi Goetz of the United States, who recorded 37.21 seconds. Prospect Lee Na-hyeon (Nowon High School), who competed in the same event, ranked 7th overall with a time of 37.49 seconds. In the men's 500m, Cho Sang-hyuk (Sports Toto) took 7th place with a time of 34.45 seconds, and Kim Jun-ho (Gangwon Provincial Office) took 8th place with 34.49 seconds. Like Kim Min-seon, Korean male sprinter [Kim Jun-ho](https://www.behance.net/gallery/192615377/The-Korean-Golden-Generation-at-World-Championships) also lost his balance and swayed at the last curve, leaving a mark of disappointment. The gold medal went to Jordan Stoltz of the United States, who set a track record of 33.69 seconds (the best record in the stadium) and a personal best. Stoltz also approached the world record (33.61 seconds) by 0.08 seconds.