—-Nathan Chen has his Olympic gold award.
The 22-year-old took the success in the men’s singles occasion, bouncing back from his frustrating 2018 Pyeongchang execution for a victorious rebound.
The authoritative title holder scored a 218.63 in his free skate and 332.60 generally speaking.
Japan’s Yuma Kagiyama staggered on a quad circle, killing any possibility winning, however hung on for silver. Individual Japanese skater Shoma Uno had his very own stagger, on a quad flip, yet all at once acquired bronze.
Yuzuru Hanyu, the double cross protecting gold medalist, incredibly abandoned his first quad bounce in the short program and figured out how to just place eighth heading into the free skate.
Hanyu went for a quad axel in his free skate, which has never been arrived in rivalry, however tumbled to the ice. All things considered, he bounced up to fourth in the last standings with a solid free skate.
Individual Team USA part Jason Brown came into the free skate putting 6th in the singular short program. Brown, the first to take the ice in the last gathering, clutched that spot in the last standings.
Chen drove coming into the free skate program following a world unprecedented short program, with a score of 113.97 focuses that effortlessly bested Japanese skaters Kagiyama (108.12) and Uno (105.90).
Recently, Team USA brought home silver in the group figure skating rivalry, behind the Russian Olympic Committee.
Colleague Vincent Zhou – – who assisted the group with protecting the silver decoration with his free skating execution needed to pull out from the singular rivalry in the wake of testing positive for COVID-19.
Chen was viewed as a reasonable gold award competitor at the Beijing Olympics after a helpless short program cost him a decoration four years prior.
At the 2018 Pyeongchang Games, Chen procured bronze in the group occasion however neglected to make the platform in singles, completing fifth generally.
Yet, he actually figured out how to leave a mark on the world there, turning into the principal skater to land six fourfold leaps in a solitary program while additionally acquiring the most noteworthy free skate score ever in an Olympic contest.