Judo’s bizarre refereeing controversy continues
Yang Yung-Wei of Taiwan won her second silver of the tournament.
Men’s judoka Lee Hae-rim (KOR) claimed the second silver medal of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games for Team Korea.
Lee defeated Yang Yung-wei (Chinese Taipei) in the men’s under-60 kg final of the judo at the Asian
Games on Thursday at the Linfu Gymnasium in Xiaoshan, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, 카지노사이트 China.
The day was not without its share of controversy for South Korea. Men’s under-66kg Ahn Paul
(Namyangju City Hall), a gold medal favorite, lost his semifinal match against Ryoma Tanaka (JPN) on a questionable call.
Women’s under-48kg Lee Hye-kyung was also reduced to tears by a decision in her quarterfinal against
Aviva Abuzakinova (Kazakhstan).
Of the four Koreans competing in the judo event, Lee was the only one to reach the final, defeating
Samsadin Magjan (Kazakhstan) in an overtime takedown.
After a hard-fought victory, 온라인카지노 Lee put on an unflappable performance against Yang Yung Wei. Both players fought tightly.
However, the end was disappointing, as Lee was caught by Yang Yung Wei with an upkick in the final
seconds of the match, leaving him down by half.
Lee went on the offensive, but there wasn’t enough time for her to get the points, and she took home a
valuable silver medal. Earlier in the day, Kim Sun-woo won the silver medal in the women’s modern
pentathlon to give Team Korea its first medal.
There was no gold in judo, which had been favored to win the first gold medal of the Games, but Kang
Wan-jin (Hongcheoncheong), a member of the taekwondo poomsae team, won the first gold medal for Korea at the Games. 카지노사이트존