Lee Woo-seok wins archery title in Chung Mong Goobae
Only Hangzhou men’s and women’s team to reach the quarterfinals
Zheng Daxomi wins the women’s title $100 million in prize money
Lee Woo-seok has saved the last bit of pride for the Korean archery team at the Hangzhou Asian Games, 카지노사이트 which begin this month 23rd.
Lee won the men’s individual gold medal after defeating Koo Dae-han in a shoot-off, 6-5 (30-28, 28-29, 30-30, 29-27, 27-29＜10X-10＞), in the final of the third Hyundai Chung Mong Kubae Korean Archery Championships at the War Memorial Peace Plaza in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, on Wednesday. In the shoot-off, both athletes shot 10 points, with Lee scoring an ‘X’ 10, which is an arrow in a circle in the middle of a 6.1-centimeter diameter target. It was an event that reaffirmed the saying, “It’s harder to represent Korea in archery than it is to win a gold medal at the Olympics.
Of the eight men’s and eight women’s archers competing at the Hangzhou Asian Games, Lee was the only one to make it to the quarterfinals. Men’s world No. 2 Kim Woo-jin and eldest brother Oh Jin-hyuk were both eliminated in the round of 64. Kim Jeduk, a two-time Olympic champion at Tokyo 2021, 온라인카지노 lost to Lee in the quarterfinals.
All four members of the women’s team also failed to reach the semifinals. Three-time Tokyo Olympian An An was knocked out in the round of 64, while Lim Im-hyun, who finished first in the national selection process, was eliminated in the round of 32. Choi Mi-sun was eliminated in the Round of 16 and Kang Chae-young in the Round of 8. Lee Woo-seok, the last man standing and the winner of the 100 million won prize, said, “It shows that the level of archery in Korea is very high. I want to make up for the shortcomings in the remaining period and show the fans a comfortable match at the Asian Games.”
In the women’s division, Zheng Daosomi was crowned champion and took home the KRW 100 million prize. She defeated Yoo Soo Jung 7-3 (30-28, 28-27, 27-29, 29-29, 29-27) in straight sets. Choi Yong-hee won the men’s compound event and Oh Yoo-hyun won the women’s event, each taking home KRW20 million in prize money.
In a special event, “Legends” Seo Hyang-soon and Kim Jin-ho, who won gold and bronze, respectively, in the women’s competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, were joined by younger athletes to pull the bowstring. Kim shot 7 points on her first shot and 8 points on her second shot. 카지노사이트존 Seo scored five and nine points, respectively. The 8.6 million won from Seo’s team’s victory was donated to the Korean Sports Federation as a youth development fund.