[Asian Games] I Missed my Second Consecutive Victory… Judo Ahn Baul Wins Bronze Medal in Men’s 66kg Class
Judo national team ace An Baul (29, Namyangju City Hall) won a bronze medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games amidst the aftermath of injury and controversy over the referee’s unclear decision.
An Baul, a gold medalist at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, won a valuable medal by defeating Ovid Zebov (Tajikistan) 카지노사이트
with a half-win in the men’s 66kg judo bronze medal match at the Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Xiaoshan Linfu Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China on the 24th.
Previously, An Baul unfortunately failed to advance to the finals.
He suffered a bitter defeat in the semifinals with Ryoma Tanaka (Japan) after a close match (golden score).
The two players, who each exchanged two fouls, went into overtime, and An Baul continued to push his opponent.
Tanaka continued to play passively, but the referee did not make a guidance decision.
Tanaka also made a play that appeared to be a foul, such as grabbing An Baul’s leg late in the game.
An Baul protested to the referee, but it was not accepted,
he received guidance at 5 minutes and 49 seconds of overtime and lost due to a foul.
An Baul failed to advance to the finals, but did not give up on the competition.
He displayed overwhelming skills in the bronze medal match with Zebov.
A map was exchanged at 1 minute and 7 seconds after the start of the game,
they immediately succeeded in a piggyback move,
winning half of the game and taking control of the game.
An Baul held on well for the remaining time and succeeded in winning a medal.
Although he failed to win his second consecutive Asian Games title, it was a meaningful result.
An Baul will run again toward the 2024 Paris Olympics.