South Korean wrestling standout Kim Hyun-woo (34, Samsung Life Insurance) fell short of a medal in his final Asian Games appearance. Kim lost 3-5 to China’s Liu Rui in the bronze medal match of the men’s Greco-Roman 77-kilogram category on Thursday at the Lin’an Sports and Cultural Exhibition Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. Despite the lopsided support from the home crowd in the early going, Kim pushed his opponent hard. He stayed low, scanning for attacking opportunities and putting pressure on Liu Rui. Kim found himself in a paralyzing position after a foul gave him a point with 1:41 left in the first period. She then gave up four points on a series of side rolls from her opponent and fell behind 0-5.Kim did not give up. With 2:17 left in the second period, she scored a point on a defensive foul, and then added two more points to make it 3-5.Kim looked for offensive opportunities down the stretch, but couldn’t find a way past Liu Rui, who played a defensive-minded game. This was Kim’s last Asian Games. After winning gold at the 2012 London Olympics and bronze at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, Kim was set to retire at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, but was unable to qualify for the Games after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a day before the Olympic Quarterfinals in Bulgaria .He planned to retire at the Hangzhou Asian Games, but the Asian Games were also postponed by a year, so he extended his career .On that day, Kim lost 3-9 to Iran’s Amin Khavianinejad in the Round of 16 in the first round, but Amin advanced to the final and earned a spot in the losers’ bracket .He defeated Dilshod Omongeldiyev (Uzbekistan) 카지노사이트 6-3 in the first round of the consolation bracket, but was unable to cross the final threshold.