Figure Skating Men's US Chen Wins GP Series Round 1 October 25, 10:20
In the first round of the Grand Prix series of figure skating, the American tournament was held on the 24th in the second half of the men's singles, and Nathan Chen of the United States won the championship despite a series of jumping mistakes.
The first round of the Grand Prix series in the United States was held in Las Vegas on the 24th, when the second half of the men's singles was free.
Nathan Chen, who took the lead in the short program in the first half, decided three consecutive jumps from the quad, but the quad Salchow jumped to two and the triple accelerator became a single. The mistakes continued.
The free score was 187.98, winning a total of 299.15 with the short program.
Chen has won the tournament for the fourth time in a row.
Vincent Zhou of the United States was second with 275.10,
and Keegan Messing of Canada was second with 266.42.
In the women's single, Mariah Bell of the United States marked 136.25 for free and won a total of 212.73 with the short program.