KB Coach Kim Wan-soo, Won the Women’s Basketball Regular League

KB Coach Kim Wan-soo, Who Won the Women’s Basketball Regular League, Said, “I am Confident About the PO of the Semifinals”

Coach Kim Wan-soo, who led women’s professional basketball Cheongju KB to the regular season championship, did not hide his will to win the championship, saying, “I am confident no matter who our opponent in the semifinal playoffs (PO) will be.”

KB won 68-60 in the home game against Busan BNK in the Woori Bank Woori WON 2023-2024 Women’s Professional Basketball Regular League held at Cheongju Gymnasium in North Chungcheong Province on the 14th.

KB, which recently confirmed the regular league championship with a strong momentum of 13 consecutive wins, returned to the regular league throne after two years following the 2021-2022 season. 파워볼

Coach Kim Wan-soo, who opened fire for the second regular season in the three seasons since taking office, said, “I want to focus on the work left to be done rather than the joy of the present,” and added, “It must have been difficult for the players, but I am proud and grateful for overcoming it well.”

Coach Kim Wan-soo said, “Last year, the team’s performance was not good, so we started preparing for the season on April 7th.

Although it was a long off-season, the players persevered well without leaving anyone behind, and the club also provided good support so that we could focus only on training and games.”

The driving force behind winning was pointed out.

Coach Kim Wan-soo, who achieved a combined championship after taking first place in the regular league in the 2021-2022 season, his first season in office, remained in 5th place last season due to the bad news that Park Ji-soo, the team’s center, appeared in only 9 out of 30 regular league games.

Coach Kim Wan-soo confessed, “We won the championship without knowing it in the first year, but once we experienced difficulties, we were moved to tears because we remembered the hardships the players went through during that time.”

Heo Ye-eun, who played as a guard on the winning team, also remembered the date, “April 7th was the day I started training last year,” and looked back on the difficult off-season, saying, “I thought the season would never come.”

Although KB is flying high with 24 wins and 2 losses this season, coach Kim Wan-soo said, “Those two losses were the turning point.”

He added, “The team could have faltered, but each time, captain Yoon-ah Yeom kept the balance well, so defeat was not poison but medicine.

“It was possible,” he said, praising the captain’s dedication.

Coach Kim, who will face the 4th place team in the semifinal playoffs starting on March 9, said, “I am confident no matter who my opponent is,” and added, “No matter which team I play, I will highlight my strengths as much as possible and hide my weaknesses as much as possible.” said.

The teams currently competing for fourth place are Bucheon Hana One Q and Incheon Shinhan Bank.


Former Coach Kim Won-hyung “I Want to Learn New Baseball”

‘Softbank Coach Training’ Former Coach Won-hyung Kim “I want to learn a new baseball”

“I got an opportunity with the help of coach Kim Seong-geun”

Kim Won-hyung (51), former coach of SSG Landers, is receiving coaching training at Softbank Hawks of the Japanese professional baseball team.

On the 5th, the Japan National Baseball Organization (NPB) announced the ‘registration of Softbank’s Coach Kim Won-hyung.’

Former coach Kim Won-hyung wears the uniform number 008 and works as a coach at Hawks Baseball Park, Softbank’s 2nd and 3rd military training ground in Chikugo, Fukuoka Prefecture. 파워볼

The Softbank team said, “Coach Won-hyung Kim will join Chikugo Training Center on the 9th.”

Former manager Kim Won-hyung said in a phone call, “I have already arrived in Japan and am familiar with the local atmosphere,” and added, “I wanted to learn a new baseball game in Japan or the United States.

“I was able to receive training at Softbank with the help of coach Seong-geun Kim,” he said.

Former coach Seong-geun Kim worked as a coach and manager advisor at Softbank from 2018 to 2022.

Former coach Won-hyung Kim, a “disciple” who wanted to learn a new game of baseball, was named Seong-geun Kim.

Director Jeon recommended it to Softbank.

Former coach Kim Won-hyung said, “Softbank operates the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th teams,” and added, “I want to become a better leader by learning up-close and personal about nurturing and training methods.”

Former manager Kim Won-hyung, who had a brilliant career as a Korean professional baseball player with 134 wins, 144 losses, 26 saves, 12 holds, and an ERA of 3.92, was appointed as the 8th head coach of the SK Wyverns in November 2020.

Afterwards, when SSG took over SK, former coach Kim Won-hyung became ‘SSG’s first head coach.’

In the first season (2021), he finished 6th and did not advance to the postseason, but in 2022, he achieved ‘Wire-to-Wire Championship’ by maintaining first place from the opening game of the regular season to the end of the regular season, and also won the Korean Series to achieve ‘comprehensive championship’. Completed.


Lee Sun-min Scores a Perfect Score in the Opening Game

Now All Over Daejeon… National Team MF Lee Sun-min Scores a Perfect Score in the Opening Game

Daejeon debut match ‘pulse’… Appearing in all areas of the ground to support colleagues, impressing coach Hwang Seon-hong, the national team’s ‘temporary head coach’

Midfielder Lee Sun-min, who advanced to the national team from Gwangju FC in the K-League 1 professional soccer league last season, has proven his worth with his new team from the start of the 2024 season. 파워볼

Soon-min Lee, who captained Daejeon Hana Citizens, played full-time in the away game against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the first round of Hana Bank K League 1 2024 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Jeonbuk on the 1st.

Daejeon, who maintained a 1-0 lead until the end of the game and seemed to be on the verge of victory from the start, unfortunately gave up the tying goal to Ahn Hyeon-beom in the 40th minute of the second half and had to be content with a draw.

Although it was a match where the team lost a close victory and took only 1 point, Lee Soon-min’s outstanding performance makes coach Lee Min-seong smile.

Soon-min Lee, who played as a central midfielder, positioned himself in front of the three backs and boasted a wide radius of action, taking charge of all areas near the penalty box, and repeatedly turned the opponent’s attacks to nothing.

He worked diligently and participated in every ball competition situation to support his teammates.

The scene where Lee Soon-min appears on both the left and right sides, front and rear, was exactly the same as what he showed in Gwangju under director Lee Jeong-hyo.

Soon-min Lee, who moved to Daejeon after the 2023 season, created several scenes that reminded him of his appearance in Gwangju even before his debut in the new team.

When central defender Aaron, who had also come from Gwangju, suddenly advanced and participated in the attack, confusing the Jeonbuk players, Lee Soon-min filled the space by blocking the opponent’s counterattack from the back where Aaron had left.


Ice Speed Kim Min-seon, Achieved my 100m Goal

Ice Speed Kim Min-seon “I Achieved my 100m Goal… But I Regret my Mistake”

World Championships women’s 500m silver medal “I’m getting closer to the goals I set”

Kim Min-seon (24, Uijeongbu City Hall), the ‘Queen of Deception’ who won the Senior World Championships for the first time in her life, did not hide her satisfaction, saying, “The goals I set are getting closer.”

Min-seon Kim won a silver medal with a time of 37.19 seconds in the women’s 500m at the 2024 International Skating Union (ISU) Speed ​​Skating World Championships held at the Olympic Oval in Calgary, Canada on the 17th (Korean time) and said, “It was a disappointing result at last year’s world championships. 파워볼

“I really wanted to win a medal this year,” he said.

“It’s a little disappointing, but I’m happy that I won a silver medal.”

He continued, “I think we can prepare for the Sprint World Championships to be held next month, the Harbin Asian Winter Games to be held next year, and the 2026 Milan/Cortina d’Ampezzo Winter Olympics as we are now.”

Kim Min-seon showed explosive growth in the 2022-2023 season, and she swept the women’s 500m gold medal from the first to the fifth World Cup competitions, but failed to manage her physical strength and was unable to win a medal at the World Championships held in March of last year.

Accordingly, Min-seon Kim reorganized her training program so that she could display her best skills in February and March, when the World Championships and Olympics were held, and she succeeded in placing at this World Championships as planned.

However, there was also some disappointment.

Kim Min-seon was unable to overcome the centrifugal force on the last curve of the race that day and made a big mistake by slightly touching the ice with his left hand.

If this mistake had not occurred, we could have even had a shot at gold.

Regarding this scene, Kim Min-seon said, “I came out in a hurry than I thought and made a mistake I didn’t normally make,” and added, “Fecker Kok (Netherlands, 36.83), who won the gold medal, set a very good record.

I have no choice but to accept the result of the match.”

Regarding the first 100m record, which was the focus of the day, “I thought I would get a good result by passing in 10.40 seconds (which was my goal), but I made a mistake,” he said.

“Still, I am satisfied with achieving the 100m section record that I set while preparing for this competition. “He said.

Kim Min-seon, who finished the 500m main event, will compete in the women’s 1,000m on the 18th feeling relieved.

He pledged, “It’s not a medal spot, but I’ll do my best,” and “I’ll try to get the best rank.”