‘Hangzhou triple’ swimmer Kim Woo-min wins gold at national championships

Seo Chae-hyun wins women’s lead in sport climbing

After winning three gold medals at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games, Kim Woo-min (Gangwon Province)

continued his momentum at the 104th Jeonnam National Games.

Kim was the first to touch the touchpad in the men’s 1500-meter freestyle final in 15:15.75 at the Mokpo

Indoor Pool in Mokpo, Jeollanam-do, on Thursday.

Although he fell short of the world record he set at last year’s Games (14:52.25), he had no trouble winning the gold medal.

Oh Se-bum

(Anyang City Hall) followed in 15:20.77 and Jang Kyu-sung (Dokdo Sports Team) in 15:30.42.

Kim Woo-jin swept the men’s medals at the Hangzhou Asian Games, winning gold in the 800m freestyle

relay, 400m freestyle and 800m freestyle. He took silver in the 1500-meter freestyle.

He was also named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) for Team Korea at the Asian Games.

He will be looking to win multiple medals at the national championships. After winning gold in the 1500

meters, Kim will compete in the 400 meters freestyle, 400 meters medley relay, 400 meters freestyle relay,

and 800 meters freestyle relay in the men’s general category.

Baek In-chul

(Jung-gu Office, Busan), who has been a dominant force in the butterfly, won gold in the men’s 50m

butterfly in a Korean record time of 23.15 seconds.

After breaking the previous Korean record of 23.39 in the men’s 50m butterfly preliminaries at the

Hangzhou Asian Games last month, Baek improved his time to 23.50 in the final that evening.

About three days later, he set another Korean record, 카지노사이트랭크 this time by 0.14 seconds.

Korean sport climbing sensation Seo Chae-hyun (The North Face) came from behind to win the women’s

lead final at the Mokpo International Sport Climbing Stadium.

Seo, who finished second in the women’s combined semifinals at the Hangzhou Asian Games, took home

the silver medal for her semifinal performance after the final was canceled due to rain. After a

disappointing Asian Games, Seo continued her training and went on to win gold at the National Championships.

In the men’s 10,000-meter excluded roller skating event at the Naju Sports Park, Chung Byung-kwan

(Chungbuk Sports Federation) won gold in 15:15.122.

Chung’s younger brother, Hangzhou Asian Games gold medalist Chung Byung-hee, took silver in 15:15.208. 고스톱

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