[Asian Games] Korean Swimming, Which Blocked China’s Dominance, Won 2 Gold and 2 Bronze on the 25th
Hwang Sun-woo, Kim Woo-min, Lee Ho-jun, and Yang Jae-hoon team up for 800m relay gold medal…
Ji Yu-chan won the 50m freestyle title.
Korea blocked China’s swimming dominance.
Korean swimming won two gold medals out of seven swimming events at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at the swimming pool at the Hangzhou Olympic Center in Zhejiang, China on the 25th.
Ji Yu-chan (21, Daegu Metropolitan City Hall) won the men’s 50m freestyle final at the Asian Games,
setting a new competition record of 21.72 seconds.
On the 24th, the first day of the swimming competition, 카지노사이트
it was the moment when they dominated the seven gold medals in swimming and blocked the dominance of Chinese swimming,
which had won the first two competitions on the 25th.
Ji Yu-chan set a competition record of 21.84 seconds in the preliminaries (previously 21.94 seconds),
surpassed his own record in the finals to win a gold medal.
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.
Soon Korea’s second gold medal came out.
The Korean men’s 800m relay team, led by Yang Jae-hoon (25, Gangwon Provincial Office),
Lee Ho-jun (22, Daegu Metropolitan City Hall), Kim Woo-min (22),
Hwang Seon-woo (20, Gangwon Provincial Office),
was the first to use the touch pad at 7:01.73. I took a picture.
7:01.73 is a new Asian record, 0.53 seconds shorter than the 7:02.26 set by Japan at the 2009 Rome World Championships in 14 years.
It has been 61 years since Jin Jang-rim, who took third place at the 1962 Jakarta Games,
is the first Korean athlete to stand on the podium in this event at the Asian Games.
Kim Seo-young (29, Gyeongbuk Provincial Office) placed third in the women’s 200m individual medley final with a time of 2 minutes,
10.36 seconds, and succeeded in winning a medal at the Asian Games for the second time in a row.
Seoyoung Kim, who won her gold medal at the 2018 Jakarta/Palembang Games by setting her own meet record (2 minutes 08.34 seconds), was also on the podium today.
Heo Yeon-kyung (17, Bangsan High School) also took fourth place in the women’s 200m freestyle with a time of 1 minute 58.92 seconds.
On this day, China also won four gold medals, with Xu Jiayu (men’s 50m backstroke),
Qin Haiyang (men’s 100m breaststroke), Wang Xue’er (women’s 50m backstroke), and Wei Yiting (women’s 200m individual medley),
demonstrating its status as a powerhouse in Asian swimming. showed off.
Siobhan Hehei (Hong Kong) won the gold medal in the women’s 200m freestyle with a time of 1 minute 54.12 seconds, beating Li Bingjie (China) with a time of 1 minute 56.00 seconds.