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Ji Yu-chan Wins Gold Medal in Men’s 50m Freestyle

[Asian Games] Ji Yu-chan Wins Gold Medal in Men’s 50m Freestyle for the First Time in 21 Years…

Also, A New Competition Record

Breaking the Korean competition record in the preliminaries and finals…

Second gold medal after Kim Min-seok in 2002

Ji Yu-chan

Ji Yu-chan (21, Daegu Metropolitan City Hall) won gold in the men’s 50m freestyle at the Asian Games,

becoming the first Korean athlete in 21 years.

As Ji Yu-chan took the top spot by hitting the touchpad in 21.72 seconds in the men’s 50m freestyle final at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center swimming pool in Zhejiang, China, on the 25th. 온라인카지노

Ji Yu-chan, who took first place in the preliminaries with 21.84 seconds,

breaking both the competition record (previous 21.94 seconds) and the Korean record (previous 22.16 seconds),

won the gold medal with an even shorter record in the finals.

This is the second time in history that a Korean athlete has won the men’s 50m freestyle at the Asian Games,

21 years after Kim Min-seok (joint first place) at the 2002 Busan Games.

Ji Yu-chan predicted gold in the preliminaries.

He finished the race in 21.84 seconds in the 50m freestyle preliminaries held this morning,

setting a new competition record, 0.10 seconds ahead of the 21.94 seconds set by Ning Zetao (China) at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games.

Korean Record

At the same time, Ji Yu-chan shortened the Korean record (22.16 seconds) held by Yang Jae-hoon (Gangwon Provincial Office) by 0.32 seconds.

On this day, there was only one player, Ji Yu-chan,

who recorded a record of 21 seconds in the Hangzhou Asian Games preliminaries.

In the final, Ji Yu-chan shortened his Asian Games record by 0.12 seconds with a time of 21.72 seconds, and also won a shining gold medal.

Before this competition, Ji Yu-chan’s personal best record in the 50m freestyle was 22.17 seconds.

Ji Yu-chan, who set the goal of ‘entering the top 21’ while preparing for the Hangzhou Asian Games,

repeatedly broke her own, Korea’s, and Asian Games records in the preliminaries and finals,

won a shining gold medal in her first Asian Games appearance.

Second place was Hoi An Yantou (Hong Kong), who finished the race in 21.87 seconds.

Fan Zhanle (China), who set a new Asian record of 46.97 seconds in the 100m freestyle the previous day,

took third place with 41.92 seconds, 0.20 seconds slower than Ji You-chan.


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