Korean Track and Field Fails to Place Repeatedly

[Asian Games] Korean track and field fails to place repeatedly… Challenge for a medal in the men’s 400m relay on the 3rd

After ‘high school student’ Kim Tae-hee (18, Irigong High School)

won a bronze medal in the women’s hammer throw on the first day of the Hangzhou Asian Games track and field competition (September 29),

Korean track and field failed to add a medal for three days.

Track and Field Events

There were medalists in eight track and field events on the 2nd,

but the Taegeukgi was not displayed once at the award ceremony. 카지노사이트

Ko Seung-hwan (25, Gwangju Metropolitan City Hall) took 7th place with a time of 21.06 seconds in the men’s 200m final

held this afternoon at the main stadium of the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center in Zhejiang Province, China.

His time in the finals was slower than his record in the semifinals (20 seconds 87), which left him disappointed.

In this event, Koki Ueyama (Japan) won in 20.60 seconds.

Kim Gyeong-tae (26, Ansan City Hall), who advanced to the men’s hurdles 110m finals,

stayed in 7th place despite setting a personal best of 13.73 seconds (previously 13.84 seconds).

Yaqub Alyuha (Kuwait) and Shunya Takayama (Japan) were tied for first place with a time of 13.409 seconds, the same to one thousandth of a second.

Asian Games

This is the first time there has been a joint gold medal in the men’s 110m hurdles at the Asian Games.

Alyuha became the first Kuwaiti athlete to become the men’s 110m hurdles champion at the Asian Games.

Shin Soo-young (25, Gangwon Province Sports Council),

who competed in the women’s pole vault finals, ranked 8th with 3m 60m.

Li Rong (China), who holds the Asian record of 4m 72,

set a new competition record of 4m 63 and succeeded in winning the Asian Games for the third time in a row.

Lee Hee-jin (24, Cheongyang County Office) finished 9th out of 15 people in the women’s long jump final with only 6m 06,

Kim Il-hyeon (29, Gyeongsan City Hall),

who competed in the men’s discus throw, finished 10th out of 11 with 48m 62.

On the 3rd, there is an event with a view to a medal.

On the morning of the 2nd, Lee Jeong-tae (27, Anyang City Hall),

Kim Guk-young (32, Gwangju Metropolitan City Hall), Lee Jae-seong (22, Korea National Sport University), and Park Won-jin (20, Sokcho City Hall) ran in that order,

finishing in second place overall in the men’s 400m relay preliminaries with a time of 38.75 seconds.

The Korean relay team aims to achieve a new Korean record (38.74 seconds)

win a medal for the first time in 37 years since 1986 in the finals on the afternoon of the 3rd.

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