Kim Chae-woon

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Kim Chae-woon
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Born10 March 2001
NationalitySouth Korean
CitizenshipSouth Korea
OccupationRhythmic gymnast

Kim Chaewoon (born 10 March 2001) is a South Korean retired individual rhythmic gymnast. She is a multiple time medalist at the Asian Gymnastics Championships and was part of the team that won the bronze medal at the 2018 Asian Games.

Athletic career

Kim began rhythmic gymnastics during middle school, when she was 10 years old. At first, it was only a hobby for her, but her coach encouraged her to take it up seriously [1]. She entered the national team in 2017, the year of her senior international debut. Since this year, she trains at the Novogorsk Training Centre in the Russia for more than six months a year, with the coach Evgenia Gertsikova.

2017-2020 Cycle

At the 2017 Asian Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, she finished 9th in the all-around final and 5th in the team competition [2]. Her first world cup was the 2017 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Series, where she finished 18th in the all-around [3]. Earlier that year, she competed at the 2017 World Games in Wroclaw but didn't advance to any apparatus final, her highest placement being 16th with the ribbon [4]. Her last competition of the season was the 2017 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Pesaro, finishing 31st in the qualifications thus not advancing in the all-around finals [5].

Chaewoon began her 2018 season at the Rhythmic Gymnastics Grand Prix Series Moscow.


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