Hwang Sun-woo aims for back-to-back World Championship medals “I’m going to get on the podium”
Hwang Sun-woo and other members of the Korean National Swimming Team have traveled to Fukuoka, Japan, where the World Championships are being held. Hwang, who is trying to win a second consecutive medal at the World Championships, said he is determined to reach the podium in his main event, the 200-meter freestyle. The faces of the Korean national team athletes were bright as they appeared at Incheon Airport to fly to Fukuoka, Japan, where the World Aquatics Championships are being held. Hwang Sun-woo, who won a silver medal in the men’s 200-meter freestyle at last year’s World Championships, is aiming to become the first Korean swimmer to medal in two consecutive events. “My goal is to beat my personal best in both the 100m and 200m freestyle, and in the 200m, I have the idea that I have to be on the podium.” His toughest competition will be Romania’s Popovic, the gold medalist at the last edition of the Games and one of the strongest swimmers in the field. Hwang Sun-woo, who holds the world’s No. 1 ranking in the 200-meter freestyle this year, is aiming to break into the 43-second range this time around, surpassing his previous best카지노사이트킹of 1:44.47. “I’m in the position of catching up right now, so if I don’t put any pressure on myself and keep reducing my time, I think I can close the gap.” Hwang Sun-woo, Kim Woo-min, Yang Jae-hoon, and Lee Ho-joon are also expected to medal in the men’s 800-meter freestyle relay. “When I meet with the athletes, they are too confident, and I think that’s the problem. I think the relay team has developed more synergy while training together.”The management events of the World Championships, where our athletes are expected to perform well, will start on the 23rd.