Korean figure men’s singles standout Cha Jun-hwan (Korea University) landed two quadruple jumps to take the lead in the short program at the Shanghai 2023 Trophy. Cha combined a technical score of 49.80 (TES) and a performance score of 42.00 (PCS) for a total of 91.80 points to take first place in the men’s single short program at the tournament in Shanghai, China, on Wednesday, beating Adam Xiao HIM PAR (FRA-84.00) by 7.80 points .Cha, who missed the medal hunt at the 31st Nepella Memorial last weekend due to jumping jitters that relegated him to sixth place, was relatively stable in his short program. Cha, who is competing in his second ISU Senior Grand Prix and fifth event of the season, used the competition as a way to gain experience before heading to the World Championships, where he landed his first jump, a quadruple salchow (base score 9. 70) was ruled a quarter landing (the jump’s rotation falls short of the 90-degree level), but it didn’t take away from his performance score (GOE).The quadruple toeloop-double toeloop combination jump (base score 10.80) earned him a GOE of 1.71, and he finished his first half with a level 4 flying camel spin .His triple axel (base 8.80) in the extra credit section earned him a whopping 2.08 GOE, while his change foot sitspin and change foot combination spin both earned a level 4. Cha wrapped up her performance with a Level 3 on her 토토사이트 final task, a step sequence.