24
Mar

Nathan Chen, close to the perfection, wins the gold medal

It’s the American Nathan Chen the new Men’s World Champion.

The 18-year-old bronze medalist in the team event in PyeongChang, close to the perfection, updates his personal best with 321.40 points.

Behind him, silver medal for the Japanese Shoma Uno, bronze medal for the Russian Mikhail Kolyada.

Below the complete results:

1. Nathan Chen USA – 321.40
2. Shoma Uno JPN – 273.77
3. Mikhail Kolyada RUS – 272.32
4. Alexei Bychenko ISR – 258.28
5. Kazuki Tomono JPN – 256.11
6. Deniss Vasiljevs LAT – 254.86
7. Dmitri Aliev RUS – 252.30
8. Keegan Messing CAN – 252.30
9. Misha Ge UZB – 249.57
10. Michal Brezina CZE – 243.99
11. Max Aaron USA – 241.49
12. Alexander Majorov SWE – 237.79
13. Keiji Tanaka JPN – 236.66
14. Vincent Zhou USA – 235.24
15. Paul Fentz GER – 230.92
16. Romain Ponsart FRA – 229.20
17. Matteo Rizzo ITA – 225.44
18. Brendan Kerry AUS – 223.85
19. Boyang Jin CHN – 223.41
20. Daniel Samohin ISR – 214.01
21. Julian Zhi Jie Yee MAS – 209.03
22. Donovan Carrillo MEX – 200.76
23. Slavik Hayrapetyan ARM – 199.72
24. Phillip Harris GBR – 187.69