Japanese figure skating star Mao Asada won the first event of this year's International Skating Union Grand Prix Series, the Skate America, with over 200 points in total.
In the free skate in Detroit on Sunday, Asada scored 131.37 points, which combined with 73.18 points from the short program brought her total to 204.55.
Ashley Wagner of the U.S. came in second with 193.81, and 14-year-old Russian sensation Elena Radionova finished third with 183.95.
Skating to Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2, Asada fell on her opening triple axel, which has a base value of 8.5, earning just three points.
She also took off from the wrong edge for a triple lutz, and was downgraded on the two double loops on a triple flip-double loop-double loop combination. The three mistakes knocked eight points off her base value.
But she scored full points on all her spins and steps.
It was Asada's fourth time breaking the 200-mark in a competition endorsed by the ISU, tying Kim Yu-na's record. Asada's 204.55 points in Sunday's performance is just 0.85 points short of her personal best of 205.50 in her silver-medal winning performance at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
The highest score ever in a women's singles event is the 228.56 points scored by Kim when she won the gold medal in Vancouver in 2010. The second highest score of 218.31 was also set by Kim when she won the 2013 World Championships in March this year.
Kim, who aims to defend her Olympic title in February next year, has announced that she will skip the Grand Prix Series due to an injury to her right foot.