[[4:38.6548]] Kim Reaches 2018 World Mens Curling Championship Semifinals

Kim Reaches 2018 World Mens Curling Championship Semifinals

Mar 30 - Apr 8, 2018

Uiseong, Korea
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SKIP
Changmin
Kim

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Third
Sihyeon
Seong

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Second
Min-Chan
Kim

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Lead
Kibok
Lee

 
Games: 15  
Record: 8W - 7L  
PF/G: 7.25  
PA/G: 6.76  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.34  
Steal Defense: 0.17  
Force Efficiency: 0.63  
Steal Efficiency: 0.17  
Chang-Min Kim (Uiseong, KOR) run at the 2018 World Mens Curling Championship came to an end in the semifinals with a 9-8 loss to Niklas Edin (Karlstad, SWE). of the 2018 World Mens Curling Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada; Kim advanced through the quarterfinals with a 7-5 win over Steffen Walstad (Oppdal, NOR). of the 2018 World Mens Curling Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada;
 
Kim finished 7-5 in the 13 team World Mens Curling Championship qualifying round, held March 30 - April 8, 2018 in , . In their opening game, Kim defeated Jaap van Dorp (Zoetermeer, NED) 7-4, then won 9-2 against Masaki Iwai (Hokkaido, JPN) and 7-5 against Rich Ruohonen (Seattle, USA). Kim went on to lose 9-4 against De Jia Zou (Harbin, CHN). Kim lost 5-4 to Edin. Kim lost 7-6 to Brad Gushue (St. John's, CAN). Kim lost 12-11 to Marc Pfister (Adelboden, SUI). Kim lost 7-2 to Bruce Mouat (Edinburgh, SCO) where Kim responded with a 10-6 win over Alexander Baumann (Baden-Baden, GER). Kim won 6-5 against Joel Retornaz (Trentino, ITA), then won 9-5 against Walstad and 9-4 against Alexey Timofeev (Moscow, RUS) in their final qualifying round match.
 
Kim earned 38.655 world rankings points for their Top 4 finish in the World Mens Curling Championship. Kim move up 2 spots after posting a net gain of 24.993 points improving upon their best results so far this season, ranking 21st overall with 332.32 total points on the World Ranking Standings. Kim ranks 10th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 263.049 points earned so far this season.
 

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