Butterfly Inguk Lee
It was the same down to 1/100th of a second.
Paralympic swimmer Inguk Lee (Sports Grade S14, Ansan City Sports Council for the
Disabled) won a ‘joint‘ gold medal along with a new record at the Paralympic Asian Games.
Lee In-guk was the first among eight athletes to touch the pad with a time of 57.86
seconds in the men’s 100m butterfly final at the 2022 Hangzhou Para Asian Games held
at the Olympic Sports Center swimming pool in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 24th.
Japan’s Anku Matsuda also reached the finish line with the same record as Inguk Lee,
confirming their joint gold medal.
Japan’s Keiichi Nakajima, 0.66 seconds behind the two players, won the bronze medal.
The 57.86 seconds written by the two players is a new record for the Asian Para Games.
Jo Won-sang (Sports Grade S14, Suwon City Sports Association for the Disabled), who
also participated, led the early stages of the race by reaching the 50m mark first.
At the 75m mark, five athletes competed for the lead.
While Jo Won-sang faltered, Lee In-guk and Mazda succeeded in turning the tables, and
at the same time took the touchpad.
Lee In-guk, who unfortunately won the silver medal by 0.8 seconds in the 100m
backstroke held on the 24th, completed the comeback drama with a last-minute spurt
on this day, resolving the sadness of winning the silver medal two days ago.
Lee In-guk was the gold medalist in the 100m backstroke at the 2014 Incheon Games,
and won gold at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympic Games by setting a new
competition record and a new Asian record (59.82 seconds).
This is the first time I have won a medal in the butterfly stroke. 카지노사이트존