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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.”

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Lee Joo-ho, World Championships Korea’s Best Backstroke

Lee Joo-ho, 5th Place in 200m Backstroke… World Championships Korea’s Best Backstroke Performance Ever

Joo-ho Lee (29, Seogwipo City Hall) became the first Korean backstroke athlete to compete in the finals of the World Aquatics Championships and took 5th place.

Unfortunately, he did not win a medal, but he achieved Korea’s best ever backstroke performance at the World Championships. 카지노사이트

Lee Joo-ho touched the pad for the fifth time with a record of 1 minute 56.38 seconds in the men’s 200m backstroke final at the 2024 International Aquatics Federation World Championships held at the Aspire Dome in Doha, Qatar, on the 17th (Korean time).

The gap with Peter Kuche (19, South Africa), who took third place with a time of 1 minute 55.99 seconds, was 0.39 seconds.

Lee Joo-ho was the first Korean athlete to reach the finals of the World Championships across all backstroke events.

Lee Ju-ho, the ‘signature’ who holds the Korean record in the men’s 100m backstroke and 200m, was judged to be more internationally competitive in the 200m than in the 100m.

Three consecutive times in the 200m backstroke, including 11th place in Gwangju in 2019 (1 minute 57.68 seconds), 12th place in Budapest in 2022 (1 minute 57.55 seconds), and 13th place in Fukuoka in 2023 (1 minute 58.05 seconds).

Lee Joo-ho, who advanced to the semifinals of the World Championships, prepared for the Doha competition with the goal of advancing to the finals.

His confidence grew as he repeatedly broke Korean records at the Hangzhou Asian Games held in September last year (1 minute 56.54 seconds, silver medal) and the 2024 Management Representative Selection Tournament held in November (1 minute 56.05 seconds).

Lee Joo-ho, who advanced to the finals by finishing third overall with a time of 1 minute 56.40 seconds in the semifinals of this competition, reduced his record by 0.02 seconds in the finals, but his ranking fell two places.

However, through this competition, Korea achieved its best performance at the backstroke world championships.

In the final on this day, Hugo Gonzalez (24, Spain) won in 1 minute 55.30 seconds.

It has been 33 years since Martin Lopez-Subero won the men’s 200m backstroke at the 1991 Perth Games.

Roman Michukov (23, Switzerland) took second place with 1 minute 55.40 seconds.

Michukov, who placed third in Fukuoka last year, moved up one place this year.

Ji Yu-chan (21, Daegu Metropolitan City Hall), who competed in the men’s 50m freestyle semifinals, failed to advance to the finals with 21.87 seconds and 12th place overall.

However, ‘Hangzhou Asian Games gold medalist’ Ji Yu-chan became the first Korean athlete to reach the semifinals of this event and achieved the best performance ever.

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Ji Yu-chan, First Korean to Advance to the Semifinals

Ji Yu-chan, Men’s 50m Freestyle, Becomes the First Korean to Advance to the Semifinals of the World Championships

Ji Yu-chan (21, Daegu Metropolitan City Hall) became the first Korean athlete to reach the semifinals of the World Championships in the men’s 50m freestyle.

Yu-chan Ji recorded a time of 21.93 seconds in the men’s 50m freestyle preliminaries at the 2024 International Aquatics Federation World Championships held at the Aspire Dome in Doha, Qatar on the 16th, placing 10th out of 116 people and securing a ticket to the semifinals for the top 16.

Yu-chan Ji is the first Korean athlete to pass the World Championship preliminaries in this event. 온라인카지노

Ji Yu-chan tied for 17th place (22.19 seconds) in Budapest in 2022, ranking the highest in Korea in this event at the time.

He finished 24th in Fukuoka in 2023.

In Doha, he advanced to the semifinals and secured at least 16th place, securing the highest ranking in the men’s 50m freestyle.

From September 2023, Ji Yu-chan has been on a steep rise.

Ji Yu-chan set a new Korean record of 21.84 seconds in the 50m freestyle preliminaries of the Hangzhou Asian Games held in Hangzhou, China on the morning of September 25th last year, and won the gold medal by further shortening the record to 21.72 seconds in the final held that afternoon.

In November, he defeated Hwang Sun-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) in the men’s 50m freestyle final at the 2024 Swimming Management National Team Selection, and won the right to participate in the Doha World Championships.

At that time, Ji Yu-chan finished the race in 22.15 seconds and Hwang Sun-woo finished the race in 22.43 seconds.

Asian Games champion’ Ji Yu-chan aims to advance to the finals of the men’s 50m freestyle world championships for the first time in Korea on the morning of the 17th.

Yang Jae-hoon (25, Gangwon Provincial Office) finished 44th out of 66 athletes in the men’s 100m butterfly preliminaries with a time of 55.39 seconds, failing to advance to the semifinals.

Kim Seung-won (14, Guseong Middle School), who competed in the women’s 200m backstroke preliminaries, ranked 22nd out of 32 athletes with a time of 2 minutes 17.16 seconds.

Han Da-kyung (24, Jeonbuk Sports Council) also placed 22nd out of 25 people in the women’s 800m freestyle preliminaries with a time of 8 minutes 54.74 seconds.