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Tue Mar 26, 2024, 04:56 PM Mar 26

World Championship Men's Figure Skating Champion [View all]

If you all have not seen this performace yet, please click below.

Nineteen-year-old American superstar Ilia Malinin scored a record 227.79 in the free skate, winning his first world title by landing the best collection of jumps in one program in figure skating history. Malinin landed a quadruple Axel, quad Lutz, quad loop, quad Salchow, another quad Lutz and a quad toe loop, then finished his four-minute skate with a a triple Lutz-triple Axel finale.

The commentators said after the performance, that this performace was the best in figure skating history.

It's really is quite amazing. Can't wait to see where he goes in the future.

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